The new Nike Free Trainer 3.0 hits stores on January 1, just in time for you to drag your binge-bloated holiday ass out to the gym for the much-needed start to your New Year’s resolution. Hopefully Nike’s proven Free Sole, a supportive Phylon midsole, and the comfy mesh upper will kick you into gear.
Paying homage to the wedge-shaped supercars of the 70s & their now vintage “futuristic” designs, MB& F has recreated a classic timepiece from the era. Their new HM5 watch is an update of the 1972 Amida Digitrend, featuring a vertical display and louvered, wedge-shaped case. Limited edition of 66 pieces.
Made from stainless steel and featuring all types of etched designs, Gestalt belt buckles add an element of style and artistic flair to your upper groinal zone while keeping your pants in their proper place.
These silk, rock-n-roll graphic neckties are sure to catch the attention of your co-workers, but you have to agree that wearing one of these is a much better way to catch a few style points than say, growing out your rat-tail again.
Fonderie 47’s goal is to help reduce violence in Africa by turning guns into something better. With accents of recycled, blackened steel forged from the destruction of firearms, these 18K white gold cufflinks and bracelet from the Crucible Collection are crafted with purpose. Each purchase destroys 15-20 assault rifles in Africa.
Inspired by King & Kubrick’s classic horror-flick The Shining, this beanie got its pattern from the haunted hotel carpet in the movie. To most it will just look like a weird, old 70s pom-pom hat you found at the Ski Swap, but to us it looks killer.
Stay warmer than everyone else this winter and save your cold feet for the big commitment. These rechargeable heated insoles are controlled by a wireless remote you carry in your pocket and feature 3 heat levels. The Li-Ion battery is embedded in the footbed so they’re light and hassle-free.
In addition to a clever brand name, Broken Homme made a very smart move by teaming up with globally-respected multi-toolists, Leatherman for their first-ever product release. Broken Homme is an L.A.-based maker of handcrafted leather footwear. This new collection includes a 5-inch hiker-style boot and a 4-eye Oxford both made in military green chromexcel Horween leather featuring Goodyear welt construction. Each pair comes with a multi-tool stashed in a Horween sheath on a carabiner. Source
Since its debut release way back in 1987, Nike has been constantly evolving their revolutionary Air Max model runner. Images of the latest re-design just hit the net, & the Air Max 2013 shows 360 air cushioning plus Nike’s Flywire & Hyperfuse materials. Available January 2013.
For the classic Swiss Army brand Victorinox, clever functions are a part of everything they make. Integrated into the case of the Night Vision model is a trio of LED lights. With a push of the button a blue light illuminates the face, another push and you get a bright-white flashlight, 2 pushes and a red battery-sensor/find-the-watch-in-the-dark light begins to pulse. Source