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Outdoor Cutlery | By Sigg

The Outdoor Cutlery Knife by Sigg is an essential piece of equipment for campers, hikers and adventurers. Also, if you are keen on music-festivals, and need to supply your own utensils, this might come in handy. It includes a knife, fork and spoon, all in one. It can be used as one piece or you can take apart and use them separately. Made of stainless steel, it comes with a nylon case that features a belt loop.



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NIKE FREE TRAINER 3.0 | Image

NIKE FREE TRAINER 3.0

Nike have released the Nike Free Trainer 3.0, a fast and versatile new training shoe that enables athletes to run, cut, jump and lift. The lightweight shoe features an innovative outsole with hexagonal flex grooves that enables athletes to become faster by allowing the foot to move naturally. Mid-foot Nike Flywire technology provides superior stability and support, needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction.  The Nike Free Train...
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G-RO Carry-On Bag | Image

G-RO Carry-On Bag

G-RO is a carry-on bag thatís had some thought put into it, each point and feature has been the object of great optimization effort. So instead of two small wheels you usually get, the creators ended up choosing two large axle-less wheels, this way you get a lighter feel because the effort axis is closer to those of the wheels, the larger diameter lets you easily go through any terrain or even stairs effortlessly. You also get 4 extra strong yet smoothly operated YK...
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SK8 SHADES | MADE FROM RECYCLED SKATEBOARDS | Image

SK8 SHADES | MADE FROM RECYCLED SKATEBOARDS

SK8 Shades are hand-made sunglasses made from recycled skateboards! They are manufactured by one of South Africaís best skateboard ramp builders, Dave De Witt, he makes them from used skateboards and pimps them into very cool sunglasses. It takes Dave 3 to 5 days working an average 4 hours for a perfect finish. The result are some awesome sunglasses that in their previous life have rolled down half pipes and pools, ridden inner cities and bombed down daunting hills....
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