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Kangaroos Coil R1 Sneakers

The Coil R1 by Kangaroos are a basic old school runner shoe but with an attractive design, they have a cool mix of suede and mesh. They feature a 3M reflective strip-like and a small pocket hidden in the tongue. You can get them at Patta online store.



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NIKE LUNAR INTERNATIONALIST CARGO KHAKI/OLIVE | Image

NIKE LUNAR INTERNATIONALIST CARGO KHAKI/OLIVE

The Lunar Internationalist released by Nike earlier this year is a classic runner with a retro upper, outfitted with the latest features such as a modern Lunarlon sole. The latest colorway is a mix of Khaki and Olive shades contrasting with a white midsole and an bright orange heel. Available now from retailers including Nike and Asphaltgold...
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Pen UNO

Pen UNO is perhaps the most minimal writing instrument in the market. Created by Ensso, the space-grade aluminum pen was designed to be a pleasure to write with and beautiful to look at. With only 5.3 mm in diameter, Pen UNO is one of the slimmest pens ever manufactured, yet it is very comfortable to use because its holding barrel (also doubles as a twisting cap) is slightly wider. Weighing about the same as a standard pencil, the sleek and super minimal pen uses Hi...
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Civilware Pointer II Friction Folder

The new Pointer II Friction Folder by Civilware, is a lightweight, non-locking pocket knife for everyday use. Using friction to keep it closed and an extended tang to keep it open in your hand, the size and non-locking configuration allow for carry and use in most locations. The added bottle opener, flat-head screwdriver and leather pouch complete the gorgeous design. It also features both sides in Titanium, Heat-treated 416 stainless steel hardware, G10 handle scal...
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