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Suunto Traverse

Adventure watch makers Suunto have released their latest timepiece, the Suunto Traverse, a new navigation tool for hiking and trekking. The outdoor GPS watch features straightforward navigation for aspiring outdoor enthusiasts, making route planning easy and simple. The adventure watch also provides key statistics such as altitude and distance, total ascent, and gives you alerts such as weather changes, storm alarms, incoming calls, texts and push notifications. Other notable features are the activity tracking, providing daily step and calorie count, an extra bright flashlight mode, and a powerful battery. Available in three color alternatives: black, white and amber.



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NEW BALANCE SALMON SOLE | BY RONNIE FIEG | Image

NEW BALANCE SALMON SOLE | BY RONNIE FIEG

This is the latest collaboration from Ronnie Fieg and New Balance. Named the "Salmon Sole", the limited edition shoe features a full navy nubuck upper, mixed with a grey nubuck branded heel and a smooth leather tongue. The Ronnie Fieg x New Balance "Salmon Sole” 1300 will be available from tomorrow(October 12th) for $150....
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ARCTERYX LEAF PACKS | Image

ARCTERYX LEAF PACKS

Arc´teryx is a brand known for their high performance, technical apparel and equipment. Their roots are in climbing gear, but they felt the need to develop tactical outdoor gear, so their line LEAF (Law Enforcement Armed Forces) was born. Before any LEAF product gets to market, you can be sure its gone trough months of rigorous testing and proven itself in the field. Featured here is one of their versatile packs, the Khard Pack, designed for armed forces but doubles...
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BESPOKE CAMERA STRAPS

Bespoke Camera Straps are designed and handmade by professional photographer Tim Irving. The strap is made from military-grade cord and is very strong (a single strand will hold over 600 pounds), it has no buckles or bits of plastic, just a cord and two stainless steel split rings(covered by a leather tube, to avoid the camera from rubbing against the split ring). The strap has a great feel, its cylindrical shape rolls instead of digging in....
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