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Vargo Titanium Pocket Cleats

Vargo Titanium Pocket Cleats may be an important help if you´re a hiker that enjoys outdoor life in the winter, they´ll get that extra traction you may need when you´re hiking on snow or ice. Because they´re really light you can easily carry them with you, with only 55g each you´ll never notice you´re carrying extra weight. Because they´re made from a tough and super light metal, they´re sure to last for years of use and abuse. They fold easily when not in use and you can put them in the nylon carrying case that comes with them. Available in three different sizes.

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NIKE AIR MOC X MAHARAM | Image

NIKE AIR MOC X MAHARAM

The popular Nike Air Moc receives a make over courtesy of Textile House Maharam. Composed of one piece of the upper to the whole, only in the collar to adjust the tightness with stretching, and carrying more by the Air Unit air cushion comfort while the lightweight and stylish design makes us love these shoes. Releasing in August 2010 at Nike Sportswear retailers....
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WILDERNESS SURVIVAL CARD | Image

WILDERNESS SURVIVAL CARD

The Wilderness Survival Card by ReadyMan is a tool filled kit, ideal for anyone in a survival scenario. Developed by US Special Operations Forces, the credit card sized stainless steel kit fits in your wallet, and contains a whole array of true wilderness survival tools at your fingertips, such as arrowheads, snare locks, sewing needles, saw blades, tweezers, fishing hooks, and more. watch the video below...
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RIP CURL ULTIMATE JACKET | Image

RIP CURL ULTIMATE JACKET

Rip Curl have applied their pioneer "power heated wetsuits technology" to clothing. The S-bomb is a heated inner vest that features a heating system in the lower back powered by a small battery. When you are siting on that cold ski lift just flick the switch to turn up the temperature....
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