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Shinola Rambler 600

Detroit watchmakers Shinola, have released another striking timepiece, The Rambler 600. This limited-edition watch was inspired by Craig Breedlove, the first man to break several land speed barriers. This is Shinola´s first ever watch equipped with both a chronograph stopwatch function and a bezel built with a tachymetric scale, a tool which allows the wearer to accurately measure speed in terms of time. The elegant timepiece features a titanium case with a titanium bracelet, a fixed titanium bezel, and a black dial with silver-tone with luminous fill hands and Arabic numeral hour markers.



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CARRERA FOLDABLE HELMET | HANDS-ON | Image

CARRERA FOLDABLE HELMET | HANDS-ON

We have featured the innovative Foldable Helmet by Carrera before, now Italian heritage sports brand Carrera were kind enough to send us the cool product itself so we could see it with our own eyes. The helmet features a patented flexible frame that quickly adapts to the shape of the head improving the level of comfort for the biker, after use it can be folded for easy storage in a backpack. More details after the jump.   Also...
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DESERT BOOT | BY CLARKS | Image

DESERT BOOT | BY CLARKS

Inspired by boots worn by British officers in World War II, the Desert Boot by Clarks is a classic. Supple full grain leather upper and genuine plantation crepe outsole. Timeless styling has remained unchanged for fifty years....
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MATWATCHES | MILITARY WATCHES

With 20 years of experience in the manufacture of mechanical watches, MATWATCHES, French watchmaker, has specialized in the development of technical watches for military use, constantly tested in the most extreme situations. MATWATCHES manufactures in accordance with the tradition of Swiss watchmaking products, initially proven only by elite groups of army and police, now, these watches are accessible to the general public! via Oceantime...
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