A Weekend In The Pacific Northwest

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A Weekend In The Pacific Northwest

Post by koimaster » December 4th 2018, 4:45pm

Many of the most iconic watches of all time were purpose-built for people who needed hard-wearing tools that could get the job done. Luckily, these timepieces are no longer the exclusive purview of professional pilots and divers. Today they’re for anyone who gets excited about snapping that next great photo, catching that next great wave, or striking out on that next exciting adventure. With that in mind, we took some modern IWC classics to the Pacific Northwest for a few days to experience these contemporary tool watches in their natural habitat.

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Bunch of man bun type east coast wimps thinking driving in a bit of rain makes them lumberjacks or Men of the Northwest.
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Re: A Weekend In The Pacific Northwest

Post by TemerityB » December 5th 2018, 9:09pm

Hey, watch it with the east coast jibes. Us guys here are dead butch.

Damn, I just broke a nail typing this.
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