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New Balance 997 Reissue

New Balance continues to dominate the realm of retro athletic footwear, they have now added to their heritage lineup the reissue of the beloved 997. True to the form of the original that dates back to 1991, the vintage runner returns looking better than ever. Donning a tonal grey colorway the update of the classic looks stunning and will be available for purchase from 18th of January through shops like Up There and Wish.



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JACOB JENSEN CHRONOGRAPH

Jacob Jensen is a Danish industrial designer, best known for his work with Bang and Olufsen. He as since launched is own brand that produces beautifully designed, minimal products. We love his timepieces, and our pick from the collection is this beautiful chronograph, a contemporary classic characterized by great functionality and an unmistakable graphic style. source If you like minimal design, also check out the Braun Watch Collection...
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SEIKO FIELDMASTER LOWERCASE

Japan´s creative consulting firm "Lowercase” has teamed up with renown watchmaker Seiko for this special collaboration. The Seiko Fildmaster Lowercase combines Seiko´s Prospex signature diver aesthetic, with a field watch styling, and is available in a variety of face colors in steel, black steel, or gold PVD, each with a corresponding fabric or leather NATO strap. Each version sports a timeless black rotating diver’s bezel, and is powered by Seiko´s caliber V157 qu...
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ALITE JAPAN EDITION PACKS

Alite outdoor gear is releasing in the US a limited edition of Packs specially designed for the Japanese market. The exclusive offering looks back to the bright colors of the ’90s and features some unique colorways on the packs. Check out their online store for the full list of options or pick up their packs from amazon....
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