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Oakley Radar Pace

Oakley have teamed up with Intel for their latest release, the Radar Pace, a voice activated virtual coach that gives you real-time data and guidance while you train. The glasses have Oakley´s signature shield aesthetic, and are equipped with Bluetooth, headphones, speakers and a microphone. Together with the accompanying app they form an interactive and compelling workout companion, fit for both lay and competitive runners and cyclists. You can also play music from your Bluetooth-connected phone and use the touch sensitive controls for accessing music and talk to Intel Real Speech. Battery life gives you 4 hours with music playing and 6 hours without. watch the video below



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STEVE MCQUEEN COLLECTION | BY BARBOUR | Image

STEVE MCQUEEN COLLECTION | BY BARBOUR

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the clothing line ed in the "International" range dedicated to motorcycling, Barbour launched a limited edition named Barbour Steve McQueen. Throughout his life, actor Steve McQueen lived and raced with his inseparable Barbour jacket. The Steve McQueen Barbour Collection presents a unique ion of jackets, shirts, t-shirts and knitwear inspired by photos of the late actor....
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NIKE FREE TRAINER 3.0

Nike have released the Nike Free Trainer 3.0, a fast and versatile new training shoe that enables athletes to run, cut, jump and lift. The lightweight shoe features an innovative outsole with hexagonal flex grooves that enables athletes to become faster by allowing the foot to move naturally. Mid-foot Nike Flywire technology provides superior stability and support, needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction.  The Nike Free Train...
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ARMOGAN WATCHES

Armogan Watches are makers of handsome pilot watches inspired by great adventures and pioneers. Their "Spirit of St. Louis” model was inspired by the famous custom-built, single engine, single-seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It features cockpit-legible dials, Japanese chronograph movements, and a price point that leaves plenty of room for pilot lessons. A watch that fits any oc...
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