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    help Material: 80% Nylon, 20% Polyvinylchlorid24x26x4cm - MOMO Blaze Bodybag MO0724 heart
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    help Functional lightweight with perfect fit and maximum ventilation. It’s small, it’s compact and it’s been reduced to the essentials, making it the perfect backpack for when you’re chasing seconds and covering vertical metres.V 6 lW 500 gS 20 x 46 x 7 cmM Nylon 210/D Ripstop PU coated, P600/D PU coated, 3D Air heart
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    help Evoc Zip-On ABS CP 26L ABS AttachmentThe EVOC ZIP-ON ABS CP 26l is a camera backpack attachment for the base unit of the ABS® Vario range. You can concentrate fully on the perfect shot and don’t have to worry about your safety due to the avalanche airbag system.SpecificationsVolume: 26 l Weight: 1700 g heart
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    help Technical daypack with integrated back protector for more safety on all trails. Offering superior carrying comfort and entirely neutrally balanced load distribution, the backpack enables unlimited freedom (of movement) when riding a bike.V 20 l (Size M/L; S: 18 l, XL: 22 l)W 1300 g (Size M/L)S 27 cm x 56 cm x heart
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    help Evoc Saddle BagThe EVOC SADDLE BAG offers enough space for tools and energy bars under your bike seat, so you don’t have to pack everything in your jersey pocket.FeaturesPocket (Mesh) Backlight Clip (reflective) Fixation via Velcro straps Specifications0,7 l 70 g 12 x 8 x 7,5 cm - Evoc Saddle Bag heart
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    help Kånken has developed since it went on sale for the first time in 1978. This model has room for up to a 17" laptop in a special padded compartment at the back. Padded shoulder straps. Large main compartment, one side pocket and a zippered pocket in the front. The entire bag is made of durable Vinylon F. Check heart
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    help But at the start of WWII Jack is drafted by the Air Force, and little Lizzie is left with her mother. Damaged and troubled, Alice grows increasingly unstable and Lizzie finds herself the focus of her mother's frustration and anger. Will she escape her mother's clutches and can her dream of a glittering theatrical future ever come true? heart
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    help Details:Newcastle United On This Day revisits all the most magical and memorable moments from the club's glorious past, mixing in a maelstrom of quirky anecdotes and legendary characters to produce an irresistibly dippable diary of Magpies history - with an entry for every day of the year. From the Victorian merger of Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End to within an ace of glory during the Premier League era, the St James' Park faithful have witnessed the triumphs of the 1900s when three league titles were won, three FA Cup victories in the 1950s and the heady European conquest of 1969, culminating against tough Hungarian opposition - all featured here. All-time great players including Peter McWilliam, Hughie Gallacher and Jackie Milburn, Malcolm Macdonald, Paul Gascoigne and Alan Shearer loom larger than life, appearing alongside Tyneside heroes such as Joe Harvey, Bobby Robson and Kevin Keegan.Ideal for:A fantastic read for Newcastle supporters.This hardback book has 192 pages and measures: 19.2 x 12.1 x 1.3cm. heart
  • £  4.95 P & P: £  2.99
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    help Founded in 1892, Newcastle United quickly became one of the greatest clubs in English football. This history of the club, takes you step by step through the club's development, beginning with Newcastle East and West End's merger, moving through the era of the Edwardian Entertainers, all the way to Kevin Keegan's great side of the 1990s and beyond. heart
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    help 'All Right Now! 1970s Newcastle' is crammed with photographs and memories from Newcastle Libraries collections, and from over 100 people, famous and not famous at all, who lived worked and played in Newcastle upon Tyne 1970-1979. From pop music to politics, and from fashion to football, it's all there. heart
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    help Got, Not Got: Newcastle United is an Aladdin's cave of memories and memorabilia, guaranteed to whisk you back to St James' Park's fondly remembered 'Golden Age' of mud, mavericks and magic. Here's Macdonald, Keegan and Gascoigne on stickers and in comics, Mags Subbuteo and petrol freebies, league ladders, big-match progs and tickets, and much more. heart
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    help This is a unique and superbly presented collection of photographs of Newcastle United Football Club from the very early days until 1992, freshly selected from tens of thousands of images in the Daily Mirror's extensive archive. These evocative pictures, many of them previously unpublished, chart the rise of one of the most talked about football clubs in the English game. The early days and the Edwardian Masters of the 1900s, the Title and Cup winning sides of the '20s and '30s with some fabulous characters like Wee Hughie Gallacher, the Toon's immediate post-war success with a star-studded line-up, the likes of Milburn and Mitchell, and a treble of Wembley victories, to European football - and more silverware. To further Wembley action and larger than life characters like Supermac, then the emergence of Geordie lads Waddle, Beardsley and Gazza and the coming of the Messiah - Kevin Keegan - who captivated Tyneside as the club was transformed as the '90s opened and started on what was to be a headlining roller-coaster ride. It's all here. This book will bring to life the nostalgia of such a colourful history. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781844259526• Author: Paul Joannou• Publisher: Haynes• Format: Hardback• Pages: 207• Dimensions: 26 x 26 x 2cm heart
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    help Newcastle United Cult Heroes is devoted to those players who, over the years, have won a special place in the hearts of the St James' Park faithful - not necessarily the greatest footballers, but a unique brotherhood of mavericks and stalwarts, local lads and exotic imports. The cast list alone is enough to stir up the memories and tug at the heartstrings of any United fan - Gallacher, Milburn and Mitchell, Keegan, Gascoigne and Shearer - recalling how these charismatic personalities used to ignite passion on the terraces. Find out which black-and-white icon broke a curfew to go out boozing two nights before winning the FA Cup. Whose shot was so fearsome it broke a goalkeeper's arm, and who was the insecure yet brutal number 9 of whom a team-mate confessed: He petrified me! Discover and delight in the magical qualities of these 20 mere mortals elevated to cult status on Tyneside. heart
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    help A collection of Shannon Hale's Ever After High previously published digital shorts, in print for the first time plus five brand new stories! heart
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    help Step inside the wild and colourful jungle with this striking and richly illustrated book that introduces the food chain concept through simple, poetic language. heart
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    help Stratford-upon-Avon is a much-visited town. Visitors will be familiar with Shakespeare’s birthplace, Holy Trinity Church, and the theatre, but may overlook many of the place’s hidden secrets. Among them are a pitch for the playing of the ancient game of Nine Men’s Morris, a wagon from one of the world’s earliest railways, a tree planted in memory of the beautiful actress Vivien Leigh, the house of the bestselling of all Victorian novelists (it’s not Charles Dickens), wall paintings that Shakespeare would have seen, the house in which the Gunpowder Plot was launched, and the home of the man who drew the most famous cartoon of all time. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445656625• Author: Nicholas Fogg• Publisher: Amberley Books• Format: Paperback• Pages: 96• Dimensions: 23.5 x 16.5 x 1cm heart

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