IT'S NEVER BEEN EASIER TO SHOP IN CANADA
D:CODE IS A LOYALTY THING
WE DECODE THE WORLD AROUND US, TAKE IT APART AND UNLOCK WHAT WE THOUGHT WE KNEW. WE SEE DIFFERENTLY AND UNITE WITH THOSE WHO SEE IT TOO. DRAW YOUR OWN PATH. MARCH IN THE STREETS WITH US. ESPECIALLY THE ONES OUR STORES ARE ON.
MAKE DIESEL YOUR OWN. D:CODE IT AND BE REWARDED*:
SOUNDS LIKE FUN?
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A world where timing means nothing, but style means everything