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Boosted Mobile Limited Edition Tin Can Speakers


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Check this out! Boosted just launched their Limited Edition Tin Can Speakers Set Vol. 1!!!

There are only 400 available so get them while you still can!

The first in a series, the Boosted Tin Can Speaker Set Vol. 1 are designed by contemporary graffiti artists MINT & SERF x MAINFRAME. They are fully functional speakers compatible with all types of music devices (such as iPODs, MP3 players, computers, video game consoles and more).

Luckily, y’all get to benefit from Mint & Serf and Mainframe's supreme design skills with these hot and high quality speakers. These speakers represent coast-to-coast communication and brand inspirations including grassroots interest in art and music.

You can get these now for a suggested retail value of $99.99 at Monkey King (Los Angeles), Rotofugi (Chicago), Yoyamart (New York), Cardboard Spaceship (Santa Cruz), Plastic Chapel (Denver) and Urban Outfitters Online.


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For spam, these look fun!

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These aren't spam! They are fun!!!

We usually delete ads - but yes, I agree, they look fun. :D

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