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Rain Socks

You can now still wear your favorite sneakers anytime, even on a rainy day. Rain Socks by ONFAdd, fit with any kind of shoes, protecting them from water and mud, keeping them dry and clean. Weighing less than 100g and super thin, they are easy to carry and can easily be packed in your pocket or bag when not in use. They are made with a natural rubber material called elastic latex that makes them non-slip, very resistant, and they will not be teared, even if they are worn repeatedly. Another cool feature, is that they keep your shoes´ silhouette while on.



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SHWOOD NEWSPAPER COLLECTION | Image

SHWOOD NEWSPAPER COLLECTION

Shwood have unveiled their new line of eyewear crafted from reconstructed newspaper! Their newest material experiment named the Newspaper Collection is made using reconstructed newspaper "logs”, resulting in a line of sunglasses completely unique in their appearance. The dense lines, swirling grain, and just a hint of text make each pair, truly stand out. Check the process video after the jump....
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THULE COMMUTER PANNIER

The rugged, stylish commuter pannier is part of Thule´s Pack Pedal collection. The pack fits on virtually any bicycle rack and is easily attached via a vanishing hardware attachment system including magnetic connection, perfect for bike commuters. The weatherproof bag includes a comfortable handle, a messenger bag style shoulder strap and a rain cover....
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LIMITED EDITION 2011 NIKE MAG | BACK TO THE FUTURE SNEAKERS | Image

LIMITED EDITION 2011 NIKE MAG | BACK TO THE FUTURE SNEAKERS

Yes geeks, the day has arrived, apparently Nike decided to launch what may be said to be one of the most anticipated accessories for all the nerds and geeks around the world... NIKE MAG! They are a replicate of the original pair of Nike Air Mag’s Marty McFly wore in the Back To The Future movie, including the LED lights! This is a chance for you to own a piece of history, you will also be helping because all net proceeds from the auction sales of the 2011 Nike Mag, ...
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