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A lot of weird stuff happen in the 80s—Zubaz, tracksuits, Winger—and a lot of trendsetters seemed to be designing under the influence. Lamborghini was not immune to the times. In 1986, they developed a 4-wheel drive truck that was dubbed the “Rambo-Lambo.”  It lasted less than a decade, and is a model that’s tough to come by these days. On January 16, you’ll have the chance to get your hands on one. A 1989 LM002 (the actual name) with 18,000 miles on it will go to auction in Arizona. It’s expected to fetch at least $175,000, but it’s your opportunity to own one of only 301 ever produced.

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The new Bolinas Offshore Boots from Seavees  is perfect for braving the elements and lends both function and fashion to your wardrobe.   These vegan, double gore pull-on rubber rainboots are made from matte-finished waterproof natural rubber and they are perfect for your daily commute in the rain and are equally at home on a hike through the woods. Seavees is donating 10% of sales from the Bolinas Boot benefit Un Mar De Colores who work to cultivate & inspire inclusivity, diversity, ocean stewardship and surf therapy for children of color & underserved youth.  Get your Bolina’s here