Triumph is calling their newest line of 756cc Street Triples, “the most exciting, dynamic, agile and intuitive performance street bikes” they’ve ever made. Available in 3 variants, the S, R, & RS, each with its own level of power, performance, technology and suspension. These iconic, naked street fighter bikes feature a new Daytona-derived 3-cylinder that delivers a more than 16% increase in power.
Led by a former member of the Tesla tech team, California-based Lucid Motors has just unveiled their first car. The Air is a fully electric luxury sedan that boasts a 400-mile range and snaps from 0-60 in just 2.5 seconds. The vehicles will be built in Arizona and hit the market in 2018. Pricing should be squarely north of $100k.
Italy’s Iron Pirate Garage truly lives up to their name by throwing caution overboard with this one-off custom Ducati. The 750 was stripped of all plastics and blacked out for a Mad Max look. Then the low & lean ‘Kraken’ got a custom tank, chopped & re-shaped rear end, & solid mag Harley wheels fitted with oversized Shinko Super Classic rubber.
D’Alembert makes luxury leather goods using supple, unfinished French calfskin; then through the hand-application of dyes, creams, pigments, and waxes, infuses bold, one-of-a-kind colors. The new collection includes wallets, card cases, and a 13” MacBook laptop sleeve.
Wayne Gretzky is hockey’s undisputed G.O.A.T. and in this new book he discusses candidly, for the first time, what the game looks like to him and introduces us to the people who inspired and motivated him: mentors, teammates, rivals, the famous and the lesser known, weaving together lives and moments from an extraordinary career.
It’s easy to complicate the homebrewing process with all of the specialized “must have” equipment they say you need. This book takes a different approach. It’s a comprehensive guide that walks you through every step of the process using a minimum of equipment. And it covers all sorts of brews: American, European, and British beers, as well as specialty beers like sours, lagers, and lambics.
One of Nike’s most popular shoes, the Roshe One, now has a predecessor. The all-new Roshe Two is slightly sleeker than the original but retains the comfortable, stretchable & breathable upper. It features a Tri-fusion IU midsole that incorporates foam of 3 different densities to balance comfort & support. It will be available from the SNRKS App, at global retailers and via the Nike Tech Book on September 1.
With over 3,900 pieces, Lego’s forthcoming Bucket Wheel Excavator is officially the largest Lego Technic set to date. Completed, it stands 16-inches tall & 18-inches long. It’s got countless moving parts like a rotating bucket, working tank treads, & conveyor belts—even a motor. And how cool is it that it can be rebuilt into an aggregate processing plant?
Freenote’s classic military-style Vagabond Chino is constructed from dead stock US military fabric leftover from the Korean war. They’ve also got some modern details that won’t be found on the government-issue originals, like Japanese indigo-dyed pocketing fabric and custom Corozo belt buttons. Freenote also makes a boardshort using dead stock nylon from military flight jackets. Made in the USA.
For those annoying times & places where drinking a cold one would be frowned upon, Lolo Lids keep the good times rolling. The plastic, no leak re-useable lids snap onto an open beer can, allowing you to conceal the beer in a coffee cup—& it’s a perfect fit for a Starbucks Venti or 7-Eleven cups. Who couldn’t use an instant stealth koozie? Available in black or white.