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Clae Strayhorn Mid-top Shoe

The Clae Strayhorn low cut boot is like a brother to the Ellington shoe(shown here previously). Itīs a very basic and simple form but with great confidence in shape and function. It comes in four different color schemes, but we especially like the umber suede with the red sole. You can buy these at Clae and retailers.



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GLOW IN THE DARK JEANS

These must be the craziest and most fun jeans ever! Imagine how popular you will be clubbing with a pair of Glow in the Dark Jeans. All you need to do is charge them under light first, natural sunlight or bulb light. Developed by Naked & Famous, the Jeans get their glow from a phosphorescent coating and fade in certain parts to create a unique glow! ...
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Nike ACG Air Revaderchi

Nike have recently introduced the updated Air Revaderchi from the coveted ACG line of outdoors minded performance gear. Previously issued in the early 90s, this all-around adventure shoe returns in a sleeker and more modern redesign, it has suede and mesh uppers that are reinforced by rubber heel cages to support your feet and comfy neoprene collars. Underfoot, the treaded rubber outsole ensures stable traction on slippery surfaces. Grab a bag of trail mix and submi...
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MISSION CRITICAL BABY CARRIER

The role of dads has sure changed from 10-20 years ago. Today a lot of dads are actively involved and enjoying a more nurturing role. Mission Critical create products made specifically for dads, using military-grade materials and construction. Their debut product line includes a daypack, backpack, a messenger diaper bag, and this very cool baby carrier. via watch the video Check out the collection at Mission Critical, or purchase now at Amazon...
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