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New Balance 576 France

Here is a closer look to the New Balance 576 France. The shoes feature exceptional leather and suede materials with France’s national flag embroidered on the heal of the athletic shoe. Limited edition now available at the New Balance pop-up @ L’Imprimerie. Men & women sizes available. Source.



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MOUNTAIN STANDARD OUTERWEAR

Mountain Standard is a new Outerwear brand that inspires wearers to seek adventure. Their products are versatile, technical, yet refined, and their 2014 Fall/Winter collection has pieces that range from tech casual basics - crew, hoodie, and full zip to more technical pieces which include the 80g Primaloft insulator, the Primaloft Down jacket, and the 3Layer shell. Head over to their website for the full collection....
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NIXON ROVER WATCH

One of Nixon‘s most successful models is back! The Rover is inspired by the outdoors lifestyle, and as returned with a cleaner and minimal look. It features a more casual and contemporary design, including a 42mm stainless steel case(inspired by vintage camera lenses), superlume markers on the dial, 3 hand/date Japanese quartz, and a canvas band with genuine Italian leather backing. The watch is topped with a 10ATM/ 100Meter rating....
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TITANIUM POCKET TOOL

The Titanium Pocket Tool (TPT) takes agility and EDC to a completely new level, packing thirteen different functions into a compact, ultra-low profile package made of Grade 5 titanium alloy. The sleek minimalist tool packs a ton of functions into a slim design which you’ll barely even notice in your pocket, it is capable of everything from opening bottles, box cutting, and transforming into a wrench or a screwdriver, the TPT is 4mm thin and can fit easily into any w...
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