Casio & GLOBE Collection

As the Casio says – United By Fate once again, on this occasion the company together with skate brand Globe have unveiled their second collaborative timepiece, the GRX5600GE-1 model, along with dual branded Cruiserboard and boot.

The new sport timepiece has design inspired by military night operatives, with matte black and a contrasting red LCD display with a “GLOBE” logo on the face and band.The features as usual include Shock Resistance, 200M Water Resistance, Tough Solar power, and a mute function for those stealth missions, along with tide/moon graphs.

GLOBE GSHOCK GRX5600GE-1 timepiece, Comanche boot and cruiser board

Also in the Casio & GLOBE Collection are included the Comanche boot and the Cruiserboard which follow the design of the sport watch, featuring sleek black with red accents. GLOBE’s new Comanche Boot is made from irregular leather, has a rear zip entry, waxed rope laces and a metal speed lace collar to tie things up. The Cruiserboard is 8.5” x 32” and is constructed of 7-ply hardrock maple with custom Globe EVA traction foam grip  and comes with 58mm/78A urethane wheels and Slant trucks.

The limited edition G-Shock x GLOBE timepiece is set to be available in November for $140, while the G-Shock x GLOBE Comanche boot will be available for $89.95 and the cruiser board for $179.95.Source: Casio

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