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Force 10 Cargo Shorts | By Tad

Triple Aught Design (TAD) have recently updated their "Amphibious shorts". The Force 10 Cargo Short is an ultra-rugged cargo short engineered with ample storage to equip your expeditions and adventures. The shorts are made with Ripstop fabric, a material that makes the shorts both comfortable and durable, also water repellent. Triple needle stitching ensure the shorts ruggedness, and ten pockets provide ample storage. The shorts are available in brown, olive green and battleship grey.



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GARMIN EPIX | Image

GARMIN EPIX

Outdoor fans will rave about this new Garmin product. A real rugged watch thatīs also a hands-free GPS. Garmin Epix features a 1.4ī high resolution color touchscreen that allows you to effectively interact with it. We are used to great products from Garmin, but this one is going to be the next big thing in the GPS adventureWatch, in fact we believe it will create a whole new category. It well be wearable, durable, flexible and the maps can easily be updated. It come...
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SPECIAL EDITION MOUNTAIN WATCH | BY OAKLEY | Image

SPECIAL EDITION MOUNTAIN WATCH | BY OAKLEY

This special Oakley Holeshot Chronograph Watch honors the warriors of history who defied all odds, all limits and all elements. It commemorates athletes who became the 10th Mountain Division World War II, a combat force that specializes in elite tactics and technologies of war. Resistant to water pressure up to 100 meters....
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NEW BALANCE M1300GGB

New Balance are on fire lately, one of their latest releases for Spring/Summer 2013 is this two-tone blue colorway for the popular Premium edition of the USA built M1300. Made from tonal blue suede and mesh, it features New Balances ENCAP shock absorbing sole. via You can pre-order them now from Hanon or Up There....
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