KRMIA Store Spotlight – 12/8/11

December 08, 2011

If you love James Jarvis as much as Kidrobot Miami does, you better get down to our South Beach store and scoop up some urban vinyl’s coolest hip-hoppers and head hunters while you still can. This rowdy bunch of medium sized vinyl figures are part of the Vortigern’s Machine series and made by Amos Toys. There are not many of these quirky characters available, so check with KRMIA to see what is in stock.

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