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Deluxe 43l Backpack | By T-level

The Deluxe 43L Backpack by Korean brand T-Level boasts 43-liters of capacity, making it perfect for cycling and urban expeditions. The versatile bag is made from the highest quality materials such as Codura and Duraflex, and is packed with many functional features, including several interchangeable buckles and straps for carrying a wide range of loads.



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NIKE SB BLAZER BLACK | BY PASSPORT | Image

NIKE SB BLAZER BLACK | BY PASSPORT

Australian skate shop Passport have teamed up with Nike SB for this special edition of the popular Nike SB Blazer. The clean silhouette is presented in a decidedly dark look, featuring a dark charcoal canvas upper, a bold black Swoosh with brand embroidery along the heels, and matching black accents for the midsole, heel tabs, and laces. Unique finishing touches include special graphics on the insoles. The Passport x Nike SB Blazer will launch from today (July 23rd)...
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LANGLY FIELD JACKET

LA-based Langly is a new brand inspired by the lives of freelance photographers and nomadic professionals. Their latest offering is this stylish and functional Field Jacket, a versatile 3-layer weather-proof jacket for photographers and avid travelers. The jacket was designed with serious functionality in mind, both in terms of protection against the elements and performance in gear storage. Inspired by the M-65 field jacket, it features four large pockets (lined wi...
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ZIIIRO MERCURY

We take a look at the latest addition to the Ziiiro family, the Ziiiro Mercury. As all Ziiro watches the Mercury is also minimalist in design and features an unconventional dial composed of overlapping discs, one for indicating hours, one for indicating minutes. Check out some more details and photos after the jump. Photography: blessthisstuff...
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