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Attiba offers you range of High-Tec outsoles . Attiba outsoles have patented anti-slippery OC-SYSTEM which increases stability and grip on icy surfaces (like ice, snow...). OC-SYSTEM works with 2 mobile straps containing nitrided steel nails, which allow to walk comfortably and in safety conditions on frozen surfaces by preventing slips.

Mens OC System Rotor

Mens OC System Rotor

OC System Rotor is the newest system, which increments the grip of the shoe. Thanks  to OC System Rotor, all surface of the sole has a stand system, which consists in a more stable step.

The system OC System Rotor is always in the same position in the sole, in Grip-On and Grip-Off modality, to guarantee a simple change of configuration, even when the sole of your shoe will be covered by mud and snow.

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Ladies OC System Rotor

Ladies OC System Rotor

OC System Rotor is the newest system, which increments the grip of the shoe.

Thanks  to OC System Rotor, all the surface of the sole has a stand system, which consists in a more stable step.

The system OC System Rotor is always in the same position in the sole, in Grip-On and Grip-Off modality, to guarantee a simple change of configuration, even when the sole of your shoe will be covered by mud and snow.

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Black OC System Rotor

Black OC System Rotor

OC System Rotor is the newest system, which increments the grip of the shoe. 

Thanks  to OC System Rotor all the surface of the sole has a stand system, which consists in a more stable step.

The system OC System Rotor is always in the same position in the sole, in Grip-On and Grip-Off modality, to guarantee a simple change of configuration, even when the sole of your shoe will be covered by mud and snow.

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OC System Tipper

OC System Tipper

OC System is the patented solution, which allows to move at one´s ease on icy surfaces. 

The application of the stand system improves the GRIP of the shoe and lets the step comfortable and stable on every frozen surface. In fact, incrementing the stability  it prevents the slide, giving everyone the possibility to walk quietly even on the frozen surface of a lake. OC System in GRIP-OFF position allows to walk on the most delicate floors, as marble and parquet, without damaging them.

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Georgia’s University System Takes On Tenure

The Board of Regents has given its universities the power to fire tenured professors without faculty input. Now some fear that academic freedom is threatened, too.

In a direct challenge to the hallowed tradition of tenure, Georgia’s public university system will now let its colleges’ administrations remove a tenured professor with little to no faculty input.

The Board of Regents on Wednesday approved the new policy, which is the only one of its kind in the country, according to the American Association of University Professors. The move is being criticized by many professors, politicians and advocates for academic freedom as a threat to tenure, which is intended to protect faculty from dismissal without just cause, allowing them to develop thoughts or ideas that may be unpopular.

“Georgia is a huge outlier now, because that’s the whole point of tenure: it includes due process protections,” said Irene Mulvey, president of the professors’ association, which is threatening to censure the university system. “There should now be a new word for it in Georgia, because tenure will not mean tenure there.”

The Board of Regents, maintains that the policy change will streamline the process of removing faculty members who do not adequately contribute to a university, and the 19-member board unanimously approved the new measure on Wednesday. In the fall of 2020, there were more than 5,800 tenured faculty in the entire Georgia university system.

“The goals of the changes are to support career development for all faculty as well as ensure accountability and continued strong performance from faculty members after they have achieved tenure,” Lance Wallace, a spokesman for the state university system told The New York Times in a statement, later adding that “ultimately, we all have the same goal.”

Previously, the process for removing tenured professors included a peer review process with other faculty. Now, professors at 25 of its 26 public universities can be removed after consecutively failing two annual reviews. If a professor also fails to complete an improvement plan after the reviews, then that alone would be justification for termination. The new policy also included an additional benchmark — student success — in evaluating a tenured professor’s performance.

The new policy is the result of months of back-and-forth between professors and the Board of Regents, the governing body of the state university system, since it announced last year that it would establish a working group to review the post-tenure review process.

In a report published by the working group in June, the group cited several shortcomings in the existing process including time concerns, onerous documentation and that “very few low-performing faculty members are identified and remediated.”

The report also stated that there was a “need for accountability” with the tenure process and that, in its form at the time, the Board of Regents had difficulty having “oversight.”

Last month, the board published a draft policy that included a clause stating that a tenured professor could be removed for reasons “other than for cause,” which generated concern leading up to the approval of its final policy.

While that language is no longer in the approved policy, critics remain concerned that the changes could squash the academic freedom of professors who publish research or speak out in ways that go against the beliefs of the board, or the state’s Republican governor, Brian Kemp.

“The faculty voice is now being heard less and less,” said Matthew Boedy, a tenured associate professor of rhetoric and composition at the University of North Georgia, a public university, and the president of the Georgia conference of the Association of University Professors.

He considers the decision, he said, to be a “deep ideological attack on higher education,” adding, “Every person involved in higher education will recognize the headline that tenure died in Georgia today.”

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Others are concerned that the new changes will affect the state’s ability to both recruit and retain faculty and students at its public universities, which include Georgia Tech, one of the top public research institutions in the country.

“People are not going to want to go to a place where something like this has happened,” Dr. Mulvey said. “So students and teachers will suffer as a result of this decision.”

By Tuesday, more than 1,500 professors in the state had signed a petition against the new policy. Stacey Abrams, the former Democratic candidate for governor, also publicly voiced her disapproval of the measure in the hours before the meeting adjourned.

“Academic freedom guaranteed by tenure is more than a hiring gimmick,” Ms. Abrams tweeted on Wednesday. “Georgia cannot compete for talent or produce innovation if we undermine our public universities.”

The decision comes at the same time that the state’s leadership is receiving pushback from some faculty members over a ban on mask mandates at academic institutions. The board stood by the ban.

“We continue to be in alignment with the governor’s expectations and requirements for state agencies through this pandemic,” said Teresa MacCartney, the acting chancellor of the university system.

Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/13/us/georgia-university-system-tenure.html
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When Nick Offerman took a trip to Glacier National Park in 2019, the actor set off with more than a fancy daypack and a few handfuls of trail mix. Offerman was accompanied by Wilco singer-songwriter Jeff Tweedy, Booker Prize-winning author George Saunders and an adventure guide to lead the way there – and back to their beds after enjoying the park.

“I’m an actor who lives in Los Angeles. And yes, I have a woodshop. Yes, I can use tools, and yes, I love the outdoors, but I don’t put myself in survival situations. I don’t even camp in a tent,” says Offerman. “Bear Grylls is fascinating, but I don’t ever expect or want to need his knowledge.”

This trip became the opening section of Offerman’s latest book, “Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves to Walk Outside,” out now from Dutton. Offerman also spends time on “Pastoral Song” author James Rebanks’ working farm in England and takes a pandemic-era cross-country RV trip with his wife Megan Mullally and dog Clover in a tricked-out Airstream named “The Nutmeg of Consolation” after a ship in Patrick O’Brian’s Master & Commander series.

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So regarding that first adventure, which involved hiking, climbing and whitewater rafting, was he worried about losing or bruising two American icons in the Montana wilderness?

“I can’t take credit; that was Jeff’s idea. I’ve been talking about this book for years. I had this loose idea for this book and so Jeff said, ‘What if me, you and George’ — we already had a three-way bromance going — ‘go walk somewhere pretty and you can record the conversations for your book?’” recalls Offerman. “It’s like you’re Pete Best and John [Lennon] and Paul [McCartney] are like, ‘Hey, what if we just noodle around with some melodies and you can be listed on keyboards?’ I was like, ‘Yeah, that sounds good. Jeff.’”

Saunders, author of “Lincoln in the Bardo,” several short story collections and “A Swim in a Pond in the Rain,” echoed the good vibes. “They are both deeply generous and funny and enlightening companions — good hearts and very grateful to be living and to be able to make art. Whenever I’m with them, I learn things about creativity and openness and gratitude,” said the author in an email while also playfully providing a question to ask Offerman below.

Although best-known for playing gruff mustache icon Ron Swanson on “Parks & Recreation,” Offerman has cultivated a wide-ranging career in the ensuing years. He starred in the Hulu sci-fi limited series “Devs,” voices the family patriarch on the animated Fox series “The Great North” and co-hosts NBC’s “Making It” with former “Parks & Rec” costar Amy Poehler. He’s appeared in films, narrated audiobooks, maintained a working woodshop, and written best sellers. He’s also a reader and namechecked a range of writers including Wendell Berry, Aldo Leopold, Madeleine L’Engle, Neil Gaiman and more during our conversation.

  • The American alternative rock band Wilco performs a live concert at USF Verftet in Bergen. Here singer, musician and songwriter Jeff Tweedy is seen live on stage. (Photo by: Avalon/PYMCA/Gonzales Photo/Jarle H. Moe/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

  • Author George Saunders talks about his new book "A Swim in a Pond in the Rain." (Photo: Zach Krahmer)

  • Co-hosts Nick Offerman, left, and his wife Megan Mullally perform together during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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  • FILE – In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, Nick Offerman arrives at the "Holy Motors" special screening as part of AFI Fest in Los Angeles. Offerman of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” will star as Ignatius Reilly in a stage adaptation of "A Confederacy of Dunces," in Boston. Huntington Theatre Company in Boston said Monday that Offerman will play the obnoxious, overweight and very funny protagonist of the novel who rails against the evils of the modern age and sells hot dogs from a cart in the French Quarter. The show will run from Nov. 11-Dec. 13. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

  • Nick Offerman's latest book, "Where the Deer and the Antelope Play," out now, describes his recent experiences in the natural world. (Photo credit: George Saunders/Courtesy of Dutton)

Offerman discussed his latest book, “Where the Deer and the Antelope Play,” his travels and more. This conversation has been edited for length and clarity.

Q. George Saunders said he went on the trip hoping to deepen a wonderful friendship and other nice things. He added that there’s a detail you left out of the book and I should ask you about it.

A. Damn it. Oh, well. The good news is they allow me to make revisions for the paperback.

Jeff and I are modern people with a little bit of disposable income. And so when we show up at the trailhead, we’re like, “Oh, cool engineered jacket!” “Check out my Camelbak water reservoir system!” “Rad!” We both clearly did some internet work and enjoyed the fruits of modern capitalism, whereas George showed up straight off of an Allman Brothers record cover with a jacket and a flannel shirt and boots you can tell he’s had for a long time.

Basically, I make a meal out of – by way of being complimentary – the pragmatism of George’s gear. The economy of his accessorization is a short story in and of itself.

So I took great pleasure in observing and writing that up and later in the trip he had a blowout in one of his boots. George had to fix it and spent like the last two or three days of the hiking trip with simply a duct-taped boot – just a final triumphant testament to the point that I was making. But somehow that escaped my notes. And so when George read the proof, he was like, “Love it. Love all this. Where’s my duct-taped boots?” I was like, Holy [crap], that’s why I’m an actor and not a journalist. Color me chagrined.

Q. Before reading your new book and learning you knew each other, I’d been reading “Pastoral Song” by James Rebanks, the English farmer, shepherd and author, and he thanks you in the acknowledgments. To be honest, I didn’t expect Nick Offerman to turn up in an eco-minded farmer’s nonfiction book.

A. For real, I just got emotional. We share our writing with each other and collaborate and ask for notes and stuff. So I was unaware; I haven’t seen a finished copy, and I just was emotionally moved to hear that I’m in the acknowledgments. That hadn’t occurred to me and that’s so thrilling.

I love reading about people that are paying attention like James Rebanks. That’s why I was so thrilled to befriend him because he’s this forward-thinking shepherd, who also is closely examining the triumphs and errors of previous generations, which is kind of what we all should always be doing with everything.

Q. You spent part of the pandemic taking your Airstream, which is named after a ship from a Patrick O’Brian novel, across the country. What stuck with you from that experience and what did your wife Megan Mullally think of the experience? 

A. First of all, it was her idea. I was writing my book while Megan was learning about RV parks and planning out a route and also ordering stuff with which to outfit the thing because she’s a genius interior decorator. She was creating the cutest, most excellent Airstream while I was writing and then I had to shoot a season of my show “Making It,” the crafting competition show I do with Amy Poehler. I kept saying, “Honey, I’m so sorry I’m not available to do this with you.”

It was profound. It’s beautiful to go sleep where you can get up in the morning, put on your boots, step out of your camper and you’re on the mountain and you can start walking. That’s great. I had camped as a kid so I’d made my share of pancakes over a campfire of a morning, but coming in out of the cold to a full little kitchen setup where Megan had made gourmet pizza or some amazing pasta dish? I’m not a good enough writer to describe how exquisitely satisfying that experience was.

But then also the claustrophobia of living in a Ford Expedition and an eight-by-30 foot rolling studio apartment, maintaining a marriage through a couple of months of that. Like in any relationship, it wasn’t all pizza and orecchiette with sausage, but we have a beautiful marriage and we feel very lucky because we have a lot more sunshine than storms in our house, and we know enough to be grateful for both. Nothing’s gonna grow in the garden without weather.

So I mean, it was just incredible. And frankly, we can’t wait to do it again.

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Q. The cliche is that when an actor has an iconic role like Ron Swanson you can be typecast for the rest of your life. But you seem to have many different things going on – TV shows, books, tours, etc. – that build on what’s come before.

Without flattering myself in any way – only the show and the writers of Ron Swanson – getting to be the vessel for that material is a lottery ticket. I’m glad that as a mug I was up to holding the beer they brewed. But it’s the beer that people are freaking out about.

So this is an incredible privilege. I’ve been given this platform, people will come see me. And I can relatively successfully make them laugh. But I’m not I’m not a great thinker. I’m not the creator of “Parks and Rec.” I’m not George Saunders. I’m not Jeff Tweedy. Like, I need you to plan Central Park, and then I will show up with my shovel and a bunch of other people and we together will make it beautiful.

And so with that in mind, that’s what’s fueled my touring as a humorist. And my books. I love books. I love communicating ideas and receiving ideas through the written word.

And given the opportunity to partake in that, I’m like, hell yeah.

Sours: https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/13/nick-offerman-reveals-outdoors-adventures-with-jeff-tweedy-george-saunders-and-megan-mullally

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A company that bid to manage the new toll lanes being created by the 405 widening project is challenging the awarding of the contract to another operator, arguing the decision contradicts recommendations of staffers and subcommittees and the established evaluation criteria.

The Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors awarded the more than $100 million contract in August to Cofiroute, which already operates the 91 Freeway Express Lanes.

But Orange-based WSP USA Services, the other company in consideration to provide the back office system and customer service operations for the 405 express lanes, has submitted a formal appeal to the Board of Directors to reconsider the contract.

The contract, which tasks the operator with developing and managing the systems that charge tolls and process violations and staffing a customer service center, is for an initial term of eight-and-a-half years, with options later to extend.

WSP’s bid was the top choice of OCTA staffers and two committees that reviewed the proposals, but board members opted to go with Cofiroute.

In the submitted appeal, an attorney representing WSP wrote that in selecting Cofiroute, board members had “impermissibly deviated from the evaluation criteria it published, approved and committed to use” in evaluating the proposals.

WSP also alleged missing financial campaign contribution disclosures in its appeal, a requirement laid out in the request for proposals. A representative for Cofiroute didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Both an evaluation committee and finance committee voted to recommend WSP’s bid, which received an overall higher score on a matrix used to grade the proposals, taking into account the companies’ qualifications, organization, work plan and price.

In their recommendation to the OCTA’s Board of Directors, staffers highlighted WSP as having “a larger and more diversified portfolio” and more relevant experience in the types of operations for which the project calls. Its plan was also “customer centric, emphasizing optimization of the customer experience and satisfaction,” a staff report noted.

But some board members at an Aug. 9 meeting pointed to Cofiroute’s work on the 91 Freeway’s tolled lanes as sure proof the company would work well with the agency. Chairman Andrew Do noted that its almost 20-year track record of providing good service with no complaints “should be a significant thing that we want to focus on.”

He argued that discrepancies in the evaluation scores between the two were “mostly based on subjective preferences” not necessarily outlined in the request for proposals. Both companies, however, “are capable of doing the work,” Do said, then noting that Cofiroute could “scale up to… provide the amenities that we want.”

On the price tags for each bid, board member Don Wagner questioned the higher cost of WSP’s services – about $8 million more over Cofiroute especially “without being able to identify the shortcomings on the 91 in Cofiroute’s performance with us,” he said.

WSP’s price point was roughly $111 million, while Cofiroute quoted about $103 million. A staff report noted the discrepancy, saying “the firm’s qualifications in the planning, technical and operational aspects of the work, and on-site staff availability of experts support the higher price.”

A motion to award the contract to WSP didn’t pass, and board members approved going with Cofiroute on a 10-6 vote.

WSP’s appeal went to both OCTA’s director of contracts administration and its CEO, Darrell Johnson. Both denied the challenge.

OCTA board members considered the appeal on Monday, Oct. 11; the directors were split.

“Because a decision was not reached, the appeal by WSP is still pending,” OCTA spokesman Eric Carpenter said in an email. “OCTA staff is evaluating next steps, and while we can’t speculate on what might happen, we do expect to bring the item back to the next OCTA Board of Directors meeting on Oct. 25.”

The $2.1 billion project to widen the 16 mile stretch of the 405 between Costa Mesa and Seal Beach is adding a regular lane in each direction between Euclid Street in Fountain Valley and the 605, and one express lane to each side between the 73 and the 605.

Existing carpool lanes will also become express lanes, totaling two toll lanes in each direction.

Charges to drivers who opt for the pay-to-use lanes will fluctuate based on congestion and the number of people in a car. The cost of the contract in this case wouldn’t influence what drivers pay on the freeway, Carpenter said.

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Sours: https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/13/company-challenges-award-of-100-million-contract-to-manage-new-405-toll-lanes
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Slovenia FlagSloveniaStandard shipping GLS2 to 5 business days€ 12,95€ 19,50
Express shipping FedEx**3 to 4 business days€ 49,50not possible
Norway FlagNorwayStandard shipping FedEx2 to 5 business days€ 34,95not possible
Express shipping FedEx**1 to 3 business days€ 55,00not possible
Switzerland FlagSwitzerlandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 5 business days€ 39,95not possible
Express shipping FedEx**1 to 3 business days€ 55,00not possible
Israel FlagIsraelStandard shipping FedEx5 tot 8 dagen€ 55,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**1 to 3 business days€ 75,00not possible
Australia FlagAustraliaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 45,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**4 to 5 business days€ 75,00not possible
New Zealand FlagNew ZealandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 55,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**3 to 4 business days€ 75,00not possible
United States FlagUnited StatesStandard shipping FedEx5 to 12 business days€ 35,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**2 to 3 business days€ 75,00not possible
Canada FlagCanadaStandard shipping FedEx5 to 12 business days€ 45,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**1 to 3 business days€ 75,00not possible
United Arab Emirates FlagUnited Arab EmiratesStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**3 to 4 business days€ 75,00not possible
Hong Kong SAR China FlagHong Kong SAR ChinaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 45,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**2 to 3 business days€ 75,00not possible
Afghanistan FlagAfghanistanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Åland Islands FlagÅland IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Albania FlagAlbaniaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Algeria FlagAlgeriaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
U.S. Virgin Islands FlagU.S. Virgin IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
American Samoa FlagAmerican SamoaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Andorra FlagAndorraStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Angola FlagAngolaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Anguilla FlagAnguillaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Antarctica FlagAntarcticaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Antigua & Barbuda FlagAntigua & BarbudaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Argentina FlagArgentinaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Armenia FlagArmeniaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Aruba FlagArubaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Azerbaijan FlagAzerbaijanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bahamas FlagBahamasStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bahrain FlagBahrainStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bangladesh FlagBangladeshStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Barbados FlagBarbadosStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Belize FlagBelizeStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Benin FlagBeninStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bermuda FlagBermudaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bhutan FlagBhutanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bolivia FlagBoliviaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bosnia & Herzegovina FlagBosnia & HerzegovinaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Botswana FlagBotswanaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Bouvet Island FlagBouvet IslandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
British Indian Ocean Territory FlagBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
British Virgin Islands FlagBritish Virgin IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Brunei FlagBruneiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Burkina Faso FlagBurkina FasoStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Burundi FlagBurundiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cambodia FlagCambodiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cayman Islands FlagCayman IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Central African Republic FlagCentral African RepublicStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Chile FlagChileStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
China FlagChinaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Christmas Island FlagChristmas IslandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cocos (Keeling) Islands FlagCocos (Keeling) IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Colombia FlagColombiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Comoros FlagComorosStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Congo - Brazzaville FlagCongo - BrazzavilleStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Congo - Kinshasa FlagCongo - KinshasaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cook Islands FlagCook IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Costa Rica FlagCosta RicaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cuba FlagCubaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cyprus FlagCyprusStandard shipping FedEx3 to 6 business days€ 39,95not possible
Express shipping FedEx**4 to 5 business days€ 55,00not possible
Djibouti FlagDjiboutiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Dominica FlagDominicaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Dominican Republic FlagDominican RepublicStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Ecuador FlagEcuadorStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Egypt FlagEgyptStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
El Salvador FlagEl SalvadorStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Equatorial Guinea FlagEquatorial GuineaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Eritrea FlagEritreaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Ethiopia FlagEthiopiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Faroe Islands FlagFaroe IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Falkland Islands FlagFalkland IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Fiji FlagFijiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Philippines FlagPhilippinesStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
French Southern Territories FlagFrench Southern TerritoriesStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
French Guiana FlagFrench GuianaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
French Polynesia FlagFrench PolynesiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Gabon FlagGabonStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Gambia FlagGambiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Georgia FlagGeorgiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Ghana FlagGhanaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Gibraltar FlagGibraltarStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Grenada FlagGrenadaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Greenland FlagGreenlandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guam FlagGuamStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guatemala FlagGuatemalaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guernsey FlagGuernseyStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guinea FlagGuineaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guinea-Bissau FlagGuinea-BissauStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Guyana FlagGuyanaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Haiti FlagHaitiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Heard & McDonald Islands FlagHeard & McDonald IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Honduras FlagHondurasStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Iceland FlagIcelandStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
India FlagIndiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Indonesia FlagIndonesiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Iraq FlagIraqStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Iran FlagIranStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Isle of Man FlagIsle of ManStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Côte d’Ivoire FlagCôte d’IvoireStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Jamaica FlagJamaicaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Japan FlagJapanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Yemen FlagYemenStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Jersey FlagJerseyStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Jordan FlagJordanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cape Verde FlagCape VerdeStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Cameroon FlagCameroonStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Kazakhstan FlagKazakhstanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Kenya FlagKenyaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Kyrgyzstan FlagKyrgyzstanStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Kiribati FlagKiribatiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
U.S. Outlying Islands FlagU.S. Outlying IslandsStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Kuwait FlagKuwaitStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Croatia FlagCroatiaStandard shipping FedEx3 to 6 business days€ 14,95€ 19,50
Express shipping FedEx**3 to 4 business days€ 49,50not possible
Laos FlagLaosStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Lesotho FlagLesothoStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Lebanon FlagLebanonStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Liberia FlagLiberiaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Libya FlagLibyaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Liechtenstein FlagLiechtensteinStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Macao SAR China FlagMacao SAR ChinaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
North Macedonia FlagNorth MacedoniaStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Madagascar FlagMadagascarStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Malawi FlagMalawiStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
Maldives FlagMaldivesStandard shipping FedEx2 to 4 weeks€ 65,00not possible
Express shipping FedEx**up to 12 business days€ 95,00not possible
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