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Sektorus Watch

Sektorus Watch is an original design by Art. Lebedev Studio. Sektorus is a quartz watch with the body merging into the band, the stand out features is the unusual display of the watch. It features two wedges, one displays the hour, the other displays minutes and seconds. Check out their website for more creative designs. 



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SURVIVAL BANDS | BY RE FACTOR TACTICAL | Image

SURVIVAL BANDS | BY RE FACTOR TACTICAL

The Survival Bands by Re Factor Tactical carry all the essentials on your wrist allowing you to survive anytime, any place. They feature a can opener, fishing line and fishing hook, a flint fire starter rod, 12´of 550 Paracord, a handcuff key, and a buckle with a built-in whistle. The complete survival band will knock you back $49.95, a smaller version is available wich includes 12´ of paracord for survival situations costing $12. You can also pick the cl...
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OCTOBER 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY | Image

OCTOBER 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY

Once again we have teamed up with our good friends at Huckberry to update our custom, curated BTS Shop. We have picked the most exciting fresh deals this month, with some great opportunities to get your hands on the coolest apparel and travel gear for an active lifestyle and outdoor adventures. Check out our new curated list of some of the coolest products and deals available this month of October on Huckberry....
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SKINTH STORAGE SOLUTIONS

Skinth´s are skinny sheath storage solutions for those who want their EDC(everyday carry) at the ready on their belt or pack. The Skinth pocket seaths are available in various sizes and styles and can organize your gadgets, from notepads, multi-tools, flashlights, pens, pencils, and other small items you would need on your day to day. All of your gear bundled in to one compact, easily accessible package. Several colors are available....
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