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This is the Apollo 11 moon landing-inspired watch you haven’t seen yet. The SVPER11 takes its inspiration of the moon landing very literally, with the watch face depicting the exact landing area in a 3D topographical rendering. But the references to the Apollo 11 mission don’t stop there. The crown is modeled on the oxygen valves from the front of the same model of spacesuit used on the mission and the technical ceramic caseback features a mention of the mission. The next unique element is the metal clasp with exact coordinates of the moon landing, laser-etched into its surface. Thanks to a Seiko movement you can be sure it will keep consistent time with its sweeping second hand which appears like a radar constantly marking the landing site. This is the only Apollo 11 anniversary memento you could ever need. You can pre-order it now on Kickstarter and get up to 34 percent off the retail price. You can use the code “GPReader” and SVPER11 will include matching Apple Watch converters for the strap, so you can swap the unique strap between the SVPER11 and your Apple Watch.
Outdoors and Fitness
Topo Designs Klettersack
Save $57: The Klettersack is one of Topo Designs’ original backpacks. It’s also one of its best, sporting plenty of trail capability but remaining appropriate for daily use around town. The fact that its staying power has proven true over the years is remarkable, considering Jedd Rose started Topo Designs by sewing together bags in a basement. Now, the Klettersack is one of the bags in the brand’s collection that reappears every season in different colors and fabrics but with few changes to its overall design. Right now, you can pick up a version made of lightweight 200-denier ripstop for 30 percent off — a savings of $57 — at Huckberry. — Tanner Bowden
Garrett Leight Aviator Sunglasses
Save 78%: If you already have some classic shades and are looking for something new to compliment them, head over to Nordstrom Rack. Currently, you can pick up a pair of California-cool sunglasses for 84 percent off. Get a pair of $365 Garrett Leight California Optical aviator shades for just 80 bucks.
The classic style has a metal frame, acetate temple tips and tinted lenses. If you like the silhouettes, act fast — it’s hard to beat these deals. — John Zientek
Adidas x Missoni Ultra Boost Sneakers
Save $116: If you’re looking for a wildly cool sneaker, head over to End today. Currently, you can pick up a pair of Adidas x Missoni Ultra Boost Clima sneakers on sale. The style features a Climacool Primeknit upper with Missoni’s iconic space-dying pattern, a sock-like collar and a co-branded tongue tag. And for additional visual interest, it has a mismatched 3-Stripes medial cage.
Function doesn’t suffer and the style has a knit heel cup, Torsion System, Boost midsole and Continental rubber outsole. Available in sizes 7 to 12, the silhouette comes in three colors and is now $116 cheaper than list price. So if you’re in the market for a new sneaker, don’t sleep on this — sizes will sell quickly. — John Zientek
Lucchese Western Boots
Save 36%: Founded in 1883, Lucchese makes some of the finest boots in America. Originally based in San Antonio, the company moved to its current headquarters in El Paso in 1987. The brand has since outsourced some of its entry-level production to Mexico, but it still makes a range of top-tier boots in America. Shoppers new to Lucchese should note that the high prices rightly reflect the quality materials and domestic craftsmanship.
If you’ve been jonesing for a pair of Lucchese boots but haven’t wanted to pay list price, head over to Zappos. You can save up to 36 percent on a range of American-made cowboy boots. There are plenty of sizes and colors available, so browse the selection and see what catches your eye — it’s hard to beat the quality and finishing of Lucchese boots. — John Zientek
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