Sneaker Freaker x G-SHOCK "Nightowl"

Complete with a custom backlight.

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Casio teams up with Sneaker Freaker for a collaborative take on the legendary G-SHOCK watch. Dubbed “Nightowl,” the Australian sneaker magazine murders out the DW-6900 model in matte black, and features contrasting white branding and touches of mint throughout the body and strap. A custom backlight that reads the mag’s “Keep Your Laces Loose” motto, wraps up this sleek nocturnal design. The Sneaker Freaker x G-SHOCK “Nightowl” will be available for purchase starting November 20 from the sneakerfreaker.com webshop.

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