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The North Face Summit Hoodie

The Summit L3 Down Hoodie by The North Face is the ultimate alpine mid layer, a lightweight, 800-fill responsibly-sourced goose down jacket that delivers exceptional warmth with unrestricted freedom of movement. It’s also equipped with a helmet-compatible hood with elastic binding and rear adjustment, and is designed to stow inside its hand pocket, making it extremely easy to pack. Available now in four different color styles.



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FILSON UPLANDER BOOT

Filson´s rugged Uplander Boot won´t let you down, they are no-frills boots with a design simplicity and durable function, an essential item for every outdoorsman´s closet. Made with heavyweight, full-grain, oil-tanned leather for maximum durability, the Uplander features a removable foot-conforming cork insole that dissipates moisture continuously throughout the day, and a Vibram rubber sole that provides no-slip grip and cushioned comfort. Learn more fro...
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HAMILTON PAN EUROP CHRONOGRAPH

With the strength of an heritage in watchmaking expertise, Hamilton have launched this year the stunning Pan Europ Chronograph, a remake of the first automatic chronograph launched by the brand in 1971. With red pointers that contrast with the deep blue dial and bezel, the new Pan Europ stays with tradition but at the same time displays a decidedly contemporary perspective....
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STABILICERS

STABILicers are useful ice cleats for strapping over your shoes/boots to help you keep firm over icy surfaces. The STABILicers are easily attached over your footwear with Velcro fasteners, they feature a flexible sole providing comfort and traction. They also work great for stream fishing on slippery, moss covered rocks and places fishermen fear to tread. via Get them in Europe here...
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