Crafted with a lightweight and resistant upper, the sneaker comes dressed in beige splashed with brown and white detailing. An improved sock liner, tacky gum outsole and vulcanized upper with the outsole, provides the silhouette with lasting comfort and toughness for the roughest of sessions. Topping it off are black panel Swooshes and embroidered Janoski logo tags on the tongues.
Team up these desert camo Nike SB’s with a military watch or of course a G-SHOCK.
This digital G-SHOCK forms part of the Master in Desert Camouflage collection from G-SHOCK which includes the Mudman GW-9300DC-1JF, (shown here) the Rangeman GW-9400DCJ-1JF, and Mudmaster GWG-1000DC-1A5JF. The Master in Desert Camouflage models have black bezels with a light brown desert distressed pattern camouflage band pattern. The watches have a tough military appearance with light brown bezel lettering and orange accents on the faces. All three watches feature Tough Solar power and Multi-Band 6 timekeeping. The Mudman and Mudmaster have reverse LCD displays and the Rangeman has a standard LCD display. The Mudman has the Twin Sensor (compass, thermometer). The Rangeman and Mudmaster have the Triple Sensor (altimeter/barometer, compass, thermometer).
The latest Mil-Tec MKIV has a number of improvements over its predecessor the MKIII including an increased water resistance rating to 100 meters, higher visibility hands to the subsidiary dials which makes the hands much easier to see during military and aviation applications as well as routine day to day uses which necessitate precise timing requirements. Running on a Swiss Ronda quartz movement, although the watch was specifically designed to meet the needs of military aircrews it is also ideal for airline, GA pilots and marine applications.
At 50 mm, this supersized addition to the Khaki Field collection uses pure Super-LumiNova® numerals for a glow that lasts twice as long as standard without recharge from a light source. Rough, ready and inspired by the military, this watch is guaranteed to make a statement.
Made to the exacting specifications of the original and probably the rarest milsub ever made for Royal Navy diving units. This is an everyday wearable and diveable collector’s piece that is serial numbered with history and provenance second to none. Made in the CWC factory in the Swiss Alps the watch is a precise, reliable, accurate timepiece made to defense standards laid down in the 1970’s by the M.O.D. (Ministry of Defence).