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Fitzsimmons Hiking Boot | By Native Shoes

These are the Fitzsimmons hiking boots, they are produced by eco-friendly Native shoes. The boots are made from foam-injection molded EVA and are incredibly lightweight, washable, antimicrobial, and odor resistant. They are extra durable and come in 10 colors.



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EDC GEAR | TACTICAL-STYLE | Image

EDC GEAR | TACTICAL-STYLE

Together with Huckberry we have picked an EDC(everyday carry for the uninitiated) roundup. A small collection of tactical-style tools, equipment and supplies that are carried on a daily basis to assist in tackling situations ranging from the mundane to the disastrous. Full details and photos after the jump. This edition of EDC is sponsored by our friends at Huckberry. ...
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TISSOT T-TOUCH EXPERT SOLAR

Tissot have recently released the awesome Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar. As the name suggests, this is the world’s first solar-powered watch with touch-screen control. This lightweight (titanium case) and robust timepiece is ready for any outdoors adventure you throw at it, it is scratch-resistant and waterproof up to 10 bar (100 meters/330 feet), it also has an altimeter, compass, atmospheric pressure reader, and charge indicator, in addition to all the standard feat...
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THE NORTH FACE SLIPPERS

Whether you are resting at base camp or walking in the snow to go for the newspaper, you will appreciate the warmth, comfort and grip of these ThermoBall insulated slip-on slippers with a grippy rubber sole. The Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers by The North Face are water-resistant keeping your toes dry, cozy and ridiculously warm regardless the conditions, perfect for lounging around a camp fire after a long day on the slopes in tight ski bindings. And because ...
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