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Ressence Type 3

The Ressence Type 3 is one unusual watch, it has no crown, no hands, and features dials that seem like their are embedded in the face surface. Still it looks awesome. It is filled with synthetic oil, all dials float effortlessly around on your wrist. The back of the watch hides the manual winding mechanism and also allows you to adjust time and date. The modern and elegant timepiece, sadly, costs $34,000 and comes in a wildly limited edition. watch the video

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NUTCASE HELMETS

Nutcase Helmets, of Portland Oregon, are multi-purpose cycle, skateboard, inline and scooter helmets aimed at providing unique designs and creative alternatives in the cycle and skate helmet market. heir designs are original, unique and very imaginative. The objective of Nutcase helmets is to combine highly visual graphics with multi-purpose helmet designs that are popular among bicycle, skateboard, scooter and in-line skate enthusiasts....
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COLDSMOKE M65 FIELD JACKET

Venice Beach-based Coldsmoke blend technical know-how with classic designs, all items are tailor-made to protect you against the elements this winter. Their new M-65 Field Jacket will never go out of style, a versatile jacket that combines traditional military functionality with a high-tech breathable fabric rated at 20K waterproof to keep you warm and dry. The jacket also features four front pockets, an adjustable waste, sealed seams throughout, an adjustable hidde...
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NEW BALANCE M576 UK

The New Balance 576 feature a fully leather upper with the toe box done in mesh to add comfort and breathability. Two colorways are set to be ping which include a brown and black with both sneakers featuring a white midsole. It has a contrast stitching, and a London Jack on itīs tongue....
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