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Layover Stretch Travel Shorts

As the name suggests, the Layover Stretch Travel Shorts are built to be the only pair you need on a trip, and are designed for a life on the move during the hottest summer months. The versatile shorts are made with a stretchy blended nylon and cotton fabric that stays comfortable even when you´re in a rush, and feature a drawstring closure for easily adjustable waistband, a zipper fly, zip pockets to keep your phone, wallet, and EDC secure, plus an internal secret stash sleeve to secure your travel documents and Passport.



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NIKE LUNAR PEG 89

Nike´s new offering for Spring 2013 is this original fusion of old with new. The Lunar Peg 89 is a mix of the Pegasus 89 with the Lunarlon running shoe, it features the upper part of the Pegasus 89 and is equipped with a beautifully bouncy Lunarlon sole. Great use of color on these, with a navy suede and mesh upper accentuated by eye-catching bright pink and orange details. via You can get yourself a pair at Nike or at Amazon ...
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CORTEZ OUTERWEAR

Skiing is awesome, but it is also an expensive activity, specially when it comes down to choosing your gear. Cortez make high-performance outerwear at a revolutionary price, they cut out the middleman and thus cut costs. We got the chance to try out their 3-layer shell jacket, it is both stylish and comfortable and boasts over 20 features, including a helmet compatible hood, soft chin guard, one-hand adjustable drawcords, high-collar, headphone connection hole, gogg...
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VOID WATCHES

VOID Watches has a unique take on watch design using simple yet expressive shapes, giving their watches an almost architectural expression. The watch brand was launched in 2008 as the single vision of Swedish designer David Ericsson. The design draws heavily on the Scandinavian design tradition using simple geometries and materials often found in architecture. The movement is made in Japan....
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