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Ipod Nano Watch Band

Country Comm are selling these watch bads that fit perfectly through the back of the Nano, while allowing you to unclip at will. Maratac Nylon Single piece bands fit the iPod nano perfectly, so you can wear it as watch. They are 22mm wide and come in a variety of colors and styles.



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MAY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY | Image

MAY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY

Once again we have teamed up with our good friends at Huckberry to update our custom, curated BTS Shop. We have picked the most exciting fresh deals this month, with some great opportunities to get your hands on the coolest apparel and travel gear for an active lifestyle and outdoor adventures. Check out our new curated list of some of the coolest products and deals available this month of May on Huckberry. Product details below....
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Adidas EQT Cushion ADV

Adidas have officially revealead the EQT Cushion ADV and its refreshed design. Inspired by the original EQT Cushion model from 1991, the new sneaker is designed with comfort as the number one priority. The runner inspired, streetwear tailored sneaker features a premium knit upper with nubuck quarter panels, welded suede on the toe, TPU lace ghilly and heel cap, and a nubuck heel patch, with signature EQT molded details showing the Three Stripes mark and reflective y...
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EYEGLASS CASE | BY TANNER GOODS

From personal experience, we can safely say that finding a decent and compact eyeglass case is a very difficult task. That was until we came across this stylish option by Tanner Goods. Inspired by the late 1960s-era US Army standard-issue case, the guys have created a simple, functional and elegant case. The leather cases are made to order and are available in a choice of different colors. They also make the Sunglass Case, a slightly larger version....
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