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Adidas Consortium Brooklyn Machine Works Cycling Shoe

These have a great look, it would be the only possible way to be seen ever with cycling shoes. The end result is a colaboration between Brooklyn Machine Works and Adidas. An official release is set for May 15th through dealers. source



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AETHER SKYLINE MOTORCYCLE JACKET

The Skyline is Aether´s new stylish motorcycle jacket. The heavy-duty jacket is made from a highly abrasion resistant Field Nylon shell, offering complete waterproof protection. It features articulated elbow, shoulder and back pads for advanced protection plus adjustable pit and back vents to keep you cool when needed. The jacket also has plenty of interior and exterior pockets to keep your gadgets safe....
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G-Shock GMW-B5000 | Image

G-Shock GMW-B5000

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YSTUDIO FOUNTAIN PENS | Image

YSTUDIO FOUNTAIN PENS

Ystudio is from Taiwan and was founded in 2012. They explore vanishing cultures and devote themselves to linking past memories with modern life, making fine artifacts for whoever is serious with their life. Their new collection, a set of four fountain pens, was created to motivate the user to "put the pen to paper” more often. They want their users to "reflect and look back” every once in a while, e.g. write a card or put their emotions on paper, believing it he...
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