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Scooter Backpack | By Gustavo Brenck

Brazilian designer Gustavo Brenck is the creator of this cool backpack. The "gig pack" is a backpack that easily converts in to a scooter. The nylon bag itself is a regular backpack, complete with notebook compartment and several compartments and pockets. what sets it apart is the incorporated scooter, for riding all you need to do is unzip the backpack, remove the scooters rear segment and fasten the front and back wheels. Thatīs it! your ready to go. Also check out a similar concept, the design from Micro scooters and Samsonite. source



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TIMEX EXPEDITION CAMPER WATCH | Image

TIMEX EXPEDITION CAMPER WATCH

We just got this in the other day from amazon, very cool looking watch, great for those of you that fancy military style watches but donīt want to spend to much money. This was a real bargain at $19! Itīs a great looking watch, it features a medium-sized round, brown resin case, black dial background, luminous dotted markers and hands, and a olive nylon grosgrain strap....
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WINTER TRAINING PACKAGE | BY PORSCHE DESIGN | Image

WINTER TRAINING PACKAGE | BY PORSCHE DESIGN

Many of us are still enjoying hot summer weather... Porsche design is already thinking ahead and has launched itīs winter 2011 collection. The Winter Training package is inspired by Porscheīs Ice Force training course in the north of Finland. The collection is another collaboration with Adidas....
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NEW BALANCE M996PD

New Balance just canīt stop releasing quality lately, these new Made in USA beauties are presented in a slick new beige/red colorway. The M996PD retro runner features a premium pigskin and mesh upper mix in a tri-color combo with matching laces. Available now from Asphaltgold, New Balance and from Amazon....
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