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Sinn U2 Watch | Limited Edition For Solebox

German sneaker store Solebox have collaborated with Sinn Watches for this very stylish submarine-steel U2 diving watch. It is made of genuine German submarine steel and is well-equipped to measure the duration of a dive accurately. The military style diving watch comes with a silicone strap as well as an olive canvas strap. Only ten watches will be available to the public on July 17th. Via Selectism.



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PANERAI PAM 389 LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE | Image

PANERAI PAM 389 LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE

Panerai has recently announced the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio (PAM 389). The beautiful dive watch features a 47mm titanium case, is equipped with a P.9000 automatic movement, and is water-resistant to a depth of 300 meters. The watch will makes its official debut in 2013 at the SIHH show in Geneva. source ...
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SHARK RAW HELMET

The Shark Raw is an urban motorbike helmet that combines compactness and great looks. The streetfighter style helmet features a unique goggle/face mask combination and comes complete with a removable face mask and goggles that easily transform this open face into a full face helmet, with one sliding motion. The badass Shark Raw is available in several sizes and color combinations. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here ...
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ARCTERYX LEAF PACKS

Arc´teryx is a brand known for their high performance, technical apparel and equipment. Their roots are in climbing gear, but they felt the need to develop tactical outdoor gear, so their line LEAF (Law Enforcement Armed Forces) was born. Before any LEAF product gets to market, you can be sure its gone trough months of rigorous testing and proven itself in the field. Featured here is one of their versatile packs, the Khard Pack, designed for armed forces but doubles...
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