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Nonnative X New Balance Cm997h

Japanese label nonnative have teamed up with New Balance for these 997 sneakers. Materials chosen for this collaboration are premium leather, suede and mesh, as well as an "ABZORB” midsole. A nice subtle touch of blue on the outer sole gives some color to the design. The Nonnative x New Balance CM997 can now be bought at retail outlets, including nonnative. via

Photography: by Streething




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MAY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY | Image

MAY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY

Once again we have teamed up with our good friends at Huckberry to update our custom, curated BTS Shop. We have picked the most exciting fresh deals this month, with some great opportunities to get your hands on the coolest apparel and travel gear for an active lifestyle and outdoor adventures. Check out our new curated list of some of the coolest products and deals available this month of May on Huckberry. Product details below....
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The North Face Flight Vectiv Guard Futurelight | Image

The North Face Flight Vectiv Guard Futurelight

The North Face is bringing cutting-edge racing shoe technology to the trails, by introducing their Vectiv line. Their latest addition is a trail running shoe equipped with a gaiter on the collar, keeping snow, slush, and mud from getting anywhere near your feet, making it perfect for running in rainy weather. Combining the most innovative materials in running shoes and a sleek style, the new Flight Vectiv Guard Futurelight is loaded with technical features such as a...
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DESERT BOOT | BY CLARKS | Image

DESERT BOOT | BY CLARKS

Inspired by boots worn by British officers in World War II, the Desert Boot by Clarks is a classic. Supple full grain leather upper and genuine plantation crepe outsole. Timeless styling has remained unchanged for fifty years....
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