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Nanotips

Touchscreen gloves are nothing new, but what if you could turn your ordinary gloves such as Snowboard, Ski, Bike, Motorcycle…into touchscreen gloves! Nanotips is a liquid solution that will make all your gloves touchscreen friendly in minutes, simply apply, dry, and use. Each application can last up to two months depending on the usage of your gloves. The clever solution is available in two versions, for leather and rubber gloves, and another for fabric and fleece gloves. watch the video



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KLETTERSACK | BY TOPO DESIGNS | Image

KLETTERSACK | BY TOPO DESIGNS

The Klettersack by Topo Designs, besides beeing a very good looking bag, is perfect for keeping your stuff safe and dry when travelling or going for a daily hike in the hills. It features rugged materials, 1000d Cordura for the exterior and coated pack cloth for an entirely lined inner compartment. The natural leather lash tabs are ideal for attaching extra gear or a bike light. ...
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TAYLOR STITCH TRENCH BOOT | Image

TAYLOR STITCH TRENCH BOOT

Our good friends over at Taylor Stitch have manufactured a rugged pair of boots that will outlast just about anything in your closet. Made from golden waterproof suede, the classic Trench Boot features a natural leather mid sole and storm welt, a fully lined leather insole, antique brass eyelets, and a Vibram inset mini lug sole. If you´re in the market for a pair of boots that can take you from graduation to retirement look no further....
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BELL & ROSS VINTAGE BR CARBON SERIES | Image

BELL & ROSS VINTAGE BR CARBON SERIES

Created to honor the pilots of the 1940s who were the first professionals to consider the wristwatch as a tool to serve their mission, vintage Bell & Ross has released 2 models that illustrate this philosophy. An authentic version hours, minutes, seconds, the BR 123 and a version with chronograph, the BR 126. In stores fall 2010....
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