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RT @Spencersbedroom: @saxxunderwear makes me feel like #god
Dec 15, 8:30pm
@FreytagFilm unfortunately not currently. We're working on it though!
Dec 15, 12:22am
@techGuy4Life good to hear!
Dec 15, 12:21am
@SakaliB email our customer service team info@saxxunderwear.com and they will help you with the issue. Thanks!
Dec 12, 10:26pm
@JArrieta34 thanks for the feedback Jake! Feel free to email us social@saxxunderwear.com to help test our new performance products. šŸ‘Š
Dec 11, 6:06pm
@LAGTVMB cool! Thanks, we're happy you like the product!
Dec 6, 6:22pm
RT @NotableCA: This is what men want for #Christmas. Seriously. This is all the things: http://t.co/PbmYI3nWTf @wifikettle @SPGBK @GoPro @sā€¦
Dec 5, 8:45pm
@RobertGoyen great to hear you like them!
Dec 4, 4:08am
@marczak should be working fine now! Sorry!
Dec 3, 1:53am
@Dakota0106 yes, we suggest 6'4 as the maximum height for our Black Sheep long john.
Dec 3, 1:52am

FOLLOWED | PART TWO

Our Followed series continues this week with the discovery of these five Instagrammers. From the streets of New York City to the palm trees of sunny California, you won't want to miss what they have to offer. Enjoy.

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1.@13thwitness | One of our favourite users on Instagram. Full of depth, color and his trademark boldness, Timmy's shots are a never ending feed of inspiration.

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2. @10_ya | Hailing from Japan, this account documents a beautiful transition between fashion, art and Mother Nature.

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3. @mattcbauer | Currently working in the world of digital advertising with Nike Los Angeles, Matt gives new perspectives of California that we'll gladly check in on frequently.

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4. @ikhals | Lavagno produces extremely on point mobile photography, though desolate in tones, the muted nature of his work comes off as nothing short of elegant.

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5. @RoyBDS | Join Roy on his dark architectural photo journey. From decayed buildings to subway stations, he never misses a beat.