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G-Shock

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G-SHOCK and the Ministry of Defense Team Up For a Carbon Core Based Limited Edition

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The latest limited edition watch from G-Shock heralds the beginning of an official partnership between …
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Kith and G-Shock Collaborate Once Again, Bringing You a Rose Gold GM6900

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Sneaker retailer Kith has partnered with G-Shock for the second time on a limited edition watch. This collaboration is aimed right at 90s watch lovers, …
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First Look at Two Limited Edition G-shocks in a Unique Laser Printed Camo Colorway

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G-Shock has unveiled two new entries into their lineup that have a decidedly military and technical feel, and approach a camo aesthetic in a way …
Review / Review

Review: G-Shock GA-2100-4A

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I have this theory when it comes to watch collecting, and watch enthusiasm in general: no matter how focused your taste is in a particular …
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Introducing the HSC G-LIDE, a G-Shock made in partnership with Herschel Supply Company

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Herschel Supply Company has been around since 2009 and over the last decade has made a name for themselves in the accessories game by producing …
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Introducing the Casio G-Shock Gorillaz Collection

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The world of Casio G-Shock is enormous. With a history that spans nearly 40 years, it’s one of the deeper horological rabbit holes modern enthusiasts …
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Past and Present: The Story of An Unbreakable Watch, and the New G-SHOCK MUDMASTER GGB100

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The first G-SHOCK was born of a simple idea — durability. Since its launch in 1983, the G-SHOCK line of watches has become synonymous with …
Article / Guides

7 Tough Watches For Under $1,000

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Even if you don’t find yourself out in the field, diving deep underwater, or scaling a mountain, a durable watch can be just as much …
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Casio G-Shock and Transformers Celebrate 35 Years by Rolling Out the Coolest JDM Collaboration

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Japan gets the coolest things. It’s a commonly heard refrain here at Worn & Wound …