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Timex Expedition Camper Watch

We just got this in the other day from amazon, very cool looking watch, great for those of you that fancy military style watches but donīt want to spend to much money. This was a real bargain at $19! Itīs a great looking watch, it features a medium-sized round, brown resin case, black dial background, luminous dotted markers and hands, and a olive nylon grosgrain strap.



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NIKE PEGASUS 83 SD | Image

NIKE PEGASUS 83 SD

Nike are definitely into vintage mode with many of their latest releases, to mark the Pegasus 83īs 30th anniversary, Nike will be releasing a stylish new remix of the running classic. The chosen blue & grey colors and the bright red accents are the perfect look for this simple silhouette. No dates yet for US release, but some European retailers like Tijolo and Crooked Tongues will be stocking the shoe from July/August....
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MILLITARY WATCH | BY MARCH LAB

Independent store March LA.B founded a new watch brand made in the same factories as Rolex, with the same quality and attention to detail as Rolex but offering new design, new vision and new option. the model featured here is the AM1 37mm Artic, it features the iconic MARCH LA.B color scheme. It has a engraved white dial with silver indexes set in a stainless steel case, and a genuine Maratac grey strap....
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BESPOKE CAMERA STRAPS

Bespoke Camera Straps are designed and handmade by professional photographer Tim Irving. The strap is made from military-grade cord and is very strong (a single strand will hold over 600 pounds), it has no buckles or bits of plastic, just a cord and two stainless steel split rings(covered by a leather tube, to avoid the camera from rubbing against the split ring). The strap has a great feel, its cylindrical shape rolls instead of digging in....
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