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Gold Coast Longboard Complete Serpentagram black
219,95 € *
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There’s a snake in your boots! Coral yellow-black-red snakes have one of the most potent venoms of any North American snake, and this drop through board, like its inspiration, is coiled and ready to strike… the street. Whether you’re looking for a commuter longboard, downhill destroyer, or just something to shed some ‘thane like a second skin, the black Serpentagram should charm you just fine. Mounted with black Century 177 Reverse Pivot Trucks, red Shred Boots 70mm Wheels for fast speeds and great carving, and GoldCoast ABEC Bearings for best in class performance, getting snaked has never been more satisfying.   -40" Long x 10" Wide -30.5" Wheelbase -7 Ply Canadian Maple -Printed & Die Cut Grip -Shred Boot Wheels, 70mm, 85A -Century C80 Reverse Pivot Trucks -86A Barreled Bushings -GoldCoast Rolliroid Bearings  

Anbieter: Locamo
Stand: 10.07.2020
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O'Neal Ersatz Schirm Visier Sonus Strike Helm M...
24,45 € *
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(2945,00 EUR/100ml) Original O'Neal Ersatzschirme für Sonus Strike Fahrradhelme. Original O'Neal ErsatzschirmMaterial: 100% PolykarbonatGewicht: ca. 100 GrammLieferumfang: Ersatzschirm

Anbieter: Rakuten
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Strike Anywhere
45,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Strike Anywhere is a punk rock/melodic hardcore band from Richmond, Virginia. Formed in 1999 after the demise of frontman Thomas Barnett's previous band, Inquisition, they took their name from the Inquisition song "Strike Anywhere". Their music is characterized by fast tempos, catchy melodies, and emotionally-charged vocals delivered via shouting and singing. The band has received an increased amount of attention after their music appeared in 3 Tony Hawk video games: Tony Hawk's Underground in 2003 ("Refusal"), Tony Hawk's American Wasteland in 2005 ("Question the Answer"), and Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam ("The Promise").

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 10.07.2020
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The Pessimist's Guide to History
14,90 CHF *
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The classic irreverent look at the past—now updated with even more appalling facts! Fourteen billion or so years ago, the Big Bang exploded—and it's been downhill from there. For every spectacular discovery throughout history, there have been hundreds of devastating epidemics; for every benevolent despot, a thousand like Vlad the Impaler; for every cup half-full, a larger cup half-empty. This enthralling, enlightening, and devilishly entertaining chronicle of disasters and dastardly deeds brings to light the darkest events in history and the most abysmal calamities to strike the planet . . . so far. 88 BC: Mithridates VI Eupator provides an early example of genocide by massacring 100,000 Romans. 1347: Saint Vitus' Dance Epidemic shimmies across Europe like a deadly disco fever, leaving its victims twitching, uncontrollably leaping, and foaming at the mouth. 1888: Jack the Ripper stalks through the dark alleys of Whitechapel, England, turning the world's oldest profession into the world's most dangerous one. 1939: A Swiss chemist wins a Nobel Prize for developing DDT—and the environment gets another nail in the coffin. 2005: Hurricane Katrina devastates the Gulf Coast. In a classic double whammy, the government response also devastates the Gulf Coast. And much, much more!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 10.07.2020
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The Pessimist's Guide to History
12,99 € *
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The classic irreverent look at the past—now updated with even more appalling facts! Fourteen billion or so years ago, the Big Bang exploded—and it's been downhill from there. For every spectacular discovery throughout history, there have been hundreds of devastating epidemics; for every benevolent despot, a thousand like Vlad the Impaler; for every cup half-full, a larger cup half-empty. This enthralling, enlightening, and devilishly entertaining chronicle of disasters and dastardly deeds brings to light the darkest events in history and the most abysmal calamities to strike the planet . . . so far. 88 BC: Mithridates VI Eupator provides an early example of genocide by massacring 100,000 Romans. 1347: Saint Vitus' Dance Epidemic shimmies across Europe like a deadly disco fever, leaving its victims twitching, uncontrollably leaping, and foaming at the mouth. 1888: Jack the Ripper stalks through the dark alleys of Whitechapel, England, turning the world's oldest profession into the world's most dangerous one. 1939: A Swiss chemist wins a Nobel Prize for developing DDT—and the environment gets another nail in the coffin. 2005: Hurricane Katrina devastates the Gulf Coast. In a classic double whammy, the government response also devastates the Gulf Coast. And much, much more!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 10.07.2020
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