The 2012 C-Class family: one a rakish Coupe, the other a chiseled Sedan. They took their own road — now choose yours.
Cars are now exercising more than most Americans.
The Weekender might be the only watch you'll ever need. Timex is confident of that statement, and it's difficult to argue after giving it a hard look. With a minimalist design, the Weekender looks refined yet straightforward, is easy to use, and still manages to pack plenty of features onto its resume. Each watch includes a 40mm oversized case, INDIGLO night-light and chronograph functionality. It's available in four colors, with the option to swap out the leather and nylon straps for a fresh look whenever the mood strikes you.
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Made in their Portland, Oregon, factory, the Danner Ridge was created to be a lighter weight and more versatile hiking boot that still reflects its classic Danner styling. Built with light hikes and city streets in mind, the overall design is inspired by the original Danner Light with an updated construction method that integrates the shank, midsole and lasting board into a single piece. This new, unified platform, combined with a low profile Vibram outsole, allowed Danner to significantly reduce weight and create an out-of-the-box comfort that doesn't come standard with most classic hiking boots.
With speeds that peaked 175 mph, BYU engineering broke the world land speed record for the 1,100 pound class by averaging speeds of 155.8 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats. It took 7 years and 130 students to manufacture the custom built Electric Blue streamliner and 1 failed attempt to break the record.