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Nike Air Max 97 G Golf Shoe

The Air Max 97 is one of Nike´s most iconic sneakers of all time, and now the swoosh brand is bringing this beloved design to the golf course. The Nike Air Max 97 G hits the greens with a reproduction of its original upper with that famous metallic silver finish, and features added outsole grip for lasting stability on the links. This golf iteration also features the elongated air bubble as well for cushioning on every step, and comfort from the first tee to the final green.



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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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Adidas Response Hoverturf GF6100AM

Adidas have introduced their trail-inspired Response Hoverturf GF6100AM silhouette in two classic adidas trail running colorways. This versatile shoe can be unleashed upon the furious travails of a trail run, the patient pruning of a hedgerow and the hotspot-hopping of city life in equal measure. The rugged shoe also has focus on comfort and durability, with uppers constructed from ripstop and mesh as well as an Adiprene midsole, rubber toe overlay and Formotion hee...
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ICON 1000 SLINGBAG

The Icon 1000 Slingbag is an item for motorcycle riders that are looking for an alternative to the classic two strap backpack that can sometimes be a hassle to put on and remove. Most single strap bags can sometimes be a nuisance because they’re not easy to comfortably and safely secure onto to your back, either they’ll be on your side or slide thus harming balance, or simply to far apart from your body and begin to flap with some extra speed on the bike. The Icon 1...
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