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S-lab Light Jacket | By Salomon

The Salomon S-Lab Light Jacket was designed for trail runners and hikers, the ultralight jacket packs into the palm of your hand! Weighing an impressive 2.5 ounces, the simple jacket redefines featherweight. It features articulated elbows increasing range of motion, plus elastic cuffs and hem providing a secure fit. Available in white or black.



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MATWATCHES | MILITARY WATCHES | Image

MATWATCHES | MILITARY WATCHES

With 20 years of experience in the manufacture of mechanical watches, MATWATCHES, French watchmaker, has specialized in the development of technical watches for military use, constantly tested in the most extreme situations. MATWATCHES manufactures in accordance with the tradition of Swiss watchmaking products, initially proven only by elite groups of army and police, now, these watches are accessible to the general public! via Oceantime...
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DEFAKTO WATCHES

We love these minimal watches by German watchmakers Defakto. They were designed with the aim to display time as easy as possible, and with that in mind they came up with these watches that have only one single arm. The large dashes indicate the hours, the smaller dashes represent quarters of an hour. Extremely simple and extreamely clean. via coolist...
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VENTRA MAINFRAME

The Ventra Mainframe is a new breathable, removable backpack frame compatible with any backpack on the market. It is designed to keep your back cool, dry and comfortable while carrying up to a 60lbs (27kg) load. Weighing at about 11 ounces (350g), the lightweight backpack accessory consists of an aluminum frame with a fabric mesh suspension thatís shaped to wear over the contours of the users back. The frame fastens to your pack in seconds, and puts a small amount o...
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