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Roark Layover 2.0 Travel Pant

Roark have improved the fit and function of their already stellar Layover Travel Pant. Version 2.0 has improved ventilation and a two-way stretch fabric that looks just as good on the departing flight as it does when you’re headed back home. The Roark Layover 2.0 Travel Pant is built to be the only pair you need on a trip, and is designed for a life on the move during the hottest summer months. The versatile pants are made with a stretchy a two-way stretch fabric that stays comfortable even when you are in a rush, and feature a drawstring closure for easily adjusting the 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. Available in three distinct colors.



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MARCH 2021 FINDS ON AMAZON

Once again we are here to help you find the best products on Amazon. This month we have found some more cool, beautiful and functional products buried deep in Amazon´s massive catalog. We showcase a list of products that caught our attention, either for their great discount price, for their great customer ratings, or simply because they are pretty goddamn awesome. Product details below....
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Multi-Tool Belt Buckle

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OAKLEY OVERTHETOP SUNGLASSES

Twenty years later, Oakley is bringing back these crazy and iconic shades first unveiled at the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics. The aptly-named OVERTHETOP sunglasses were made famous when Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Ato Boldon wore them in the Men´s 100-meter race, becaming one of the Games´ most memorable images. The futuristic eyewear found fame thanks to its unusual ergonomic design, which sees the frames sculpted over the dome of the head rather than traditional...
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