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Zerogrand Shoe | By Cole Haan

Weighing in at less than 290 grams each, ZeroGrand is the lightest and most flexible shoe Cole Haan has ever created. Marrying centuries-old broguing details with biomechanics, modern materials and today’s manufacturing methods, Cole Haan has considered every detail in make, mass and motion. ZeroGrand´s radically minimal design sheds weight, increases flexibility and enhances cushioning. ZeroGrand is now available for purchase in several styles at Cole Hann´s website. watch the video

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SUUNTO 9

Suunto have just announced their latest multi-sport GPS watch, the impressive Suunto 9, a smartwatch with outstanding battery life for your outdoor adventures. The new Suunto 9 delivers an impressive 120 Hours with GPS, and an intelligent battery life management system with smart reminders to help you ensure you have enough juice for your next adventure. It is packed with over 80 sports modes and delivers convenient wrist heart rate measurement, plus full GPS route ...
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HARDGRAFT S3 LOW TOP SNEAKERS

Leather goods maker HardGraft continues growing into the footwear market with the introduction of these new limited edition sneakers. Exclusively limited to only 100 pairs, the beautifully crafted S3 Low Top Sneakers are made using soft Italian top grain sheep leather with a good skin structure and a dusty matt finish. The brand claims the sneaker is so light you´ll almost forget you´re wearing them. The sleek shoe also uses an Italian made EVA sole that is also lig...
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TRINTEC AVIATOR WATCH

Trintec makes aviation focused watches, they were the first watchmakers to produce and sell an aviation inspired watch which featured the design elements of an aircraft altimeter. Yes, way before Bell & Ross. Inspired by vintage aircraft clocks from the WWII era through the late 70s, many of these clocks can still be found working in aircraft cockpits today. The primary design objective of these sleek timepieces was to retain as many of the design characteristic...
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