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The Runwell Contrast Chrono | By Shinola

New from Detroit watchmakers Shinola is this stylish chrono, the "The Runwell Contrast Chrono”. The sleek PVD black plated 41mm case is made from stainless steel and features a commanding white dial with three black subdials and date indicator, protected by a scratch-resistant double curve sapphire crystal. The watch is powered by a Detroit-built Argonite 5030 high-accuracy quartz movement, and comes with a black leather NATO watch strap.



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EDC GIVEAWAY | KAUFMANN MERCANTILE X BTS | Image

EDC GIVEAWAY | KAUFMANN MERCANTILE X BTS

Online store Kaufmann Mercantile are one of our favorite stops for everyday objects, they have a fantastic collection of classic, high-quality products that are built for functionality and durability. We are excited to announce we have teamed up with Kaufmann Mercantile for this amazing EDC Giveaway worth $335! Full details and photos after the jump....
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WESTCOMB JACKETS

Westcomb is a recent brand from Canada, they produce premium quality all-mountain apparel. Their new jacket collection features some very cool models, you can choose from lightweight jackets for fast and light expeditions, or jackets that will keep you warm in polar-like conditions. Check out their website for the full collection....
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2014 IWC AQUATIMER

IWC unveiled the new 2014 Aquatimer collection. The previous Aquatimer was a huge success for the brand, and IWC have kept the same general aesthetic, but introduced a few new technical innovations. The new Aquatimer will meet the demands of the most ambitious diver and is available in several styles. The new collection should be online soon, you can still purchase the old Aquatimers before they disappear at the IWC website....
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