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Adidas Skateboarding Zx Vulc

Adidasīs new ZX Vulc shoes were designed for demanding skaters. Inspired by the legendary ZX running shoe, the newly designed skate friendly ZX Vulc is everything you want in a technical and highly functional skate shoe. It features a durable suede upper, padded heel, tongue, and collar, and a skate-specific vulcanized outsole, providing reliable grip and precise board feel. via

Available now for purchase at the Adidas online store or trough Amazon




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NEW BALANCE M998 SNEAKER | Image

NEW BALANCE M998 SNEAKER

NB lovers can drool over the refreshed M998 model. This vintage running shoe, with itīs iconic grey, navy and red colorway, incorporates Abzorb shock system in the sole and is composed of suede and mesh upper. ...
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BLACKYAK EMERGENCY JACKET | Image

BLACKYAK EMERGENCY JACKET

The Emergency Jacket by Blackjack is a potentially lifesaving piece of outerwear. Designed for saving weight in the mountains, it is built using an Ultra lightweight Dyneema fabric, a material that is 10 times lighter and stronger than steel, and weighing in at a mere 71 grams, there is no lighter jacket with a smaller packing volume on the market. Tested and approved in high elevation Tibet, the hi-tech jacket was purpose-built to protect against wind and weather i...
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PQ EYEWEAR COLLECTION | BY RON ARAD | Image

PQ EYEWEAR COLLECTION | BY RON ARAD

Pq Eyewear and Israeli designer/architect Ron Arad have teamed up to produce this very original and unique collection of eyewear. Ron Arad felt there was something missing in the eyewear world. Many brands are just focusing on retro styles and don’t develop anything exciting, so he thought it was a great opportunity to design something new. Well, we agree, even the sunglasses case looks amazing. via GBlog...
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