You probably saw Snatch. Remember, Brad Pitt, the Pikey? Well, Snatch producer Matthew Vaughan did this film, too. Anyway, if you’re down for those fast-paced British-accent flicks with a twisty plot, frenetic action and some heavy gunplay – you should go back and check out Layer Cake. The plot revolves around a drug deal gone bad. Watch what a million hits of ecstasy will make people do. It’s pretty crazy.
You want every advantage. Every chance to shave down that score. This means not just your massive driver and your putter, but every club in your bag matters. Callaway’s Hot Irons are what you need to stay one step ahead, and maybe a few shots under, your foes. Touted as the longest and most accurate irons Callaway has ever made, with a re-designed head for faster ball speed, you should think about them. Because honestly, until now, how much thought have you given your irons?
In the realm of hand-held multimedia electronics, audio is always the first feature to suffer – if not be completely overlooked. Well, Samson’s H1 steps in to answer that design shortfall, while delivering crispy 24-bit digital stereo audio, thanks to their X/Y microphone configuration. It’s small, lightweight and also simple: SD Flash memory storage up to 32G, smart button controls, like track markers and auto record. Plug it straight into your video camera, get the sound just right…like the pro you are.
It’s fast and looks like something out of the next James Bond flick. If that’s not reason enough to make you want a piece of this space-age thrillride, consider this – it’s electric. Reaching speeds of up to 65 mph, the Silveira Green Samba produces zero emissions – unless you count screams of joy! As it’s powered by electricity instead of gasoline, it’s clean and quiet. Now your good time doesn’t have an environmental price tag…unlike your bank account.
Your thirst comes first…and now second, too. HydraDuo’s bottle doubles your drink options with a simple, genius design. With two separate chambers, you can tote any combination of your two favorite drinks. For instance, Gatorade & water or vodka & cranberry or well…you get the idea. It’s got flip-top lids for easy access to each side, plus it’s made of dishwasher safe, BPA-free plastic.
Fresh kicks – essential as the air we breathe. These striped jams come from hipster-approved upstart brand StampD’ LA. Built off the mandatory low-pro vulc sole with a full suede upper - in navy stripe - detailed with a leather heel accent…they’re cool like a summer breeze.
This camera looks so good because the picture you’re looking at was taken with another Alpa 12 TC. That’s a joke, but why not joke? The average Joe can’t even appreciate what this camera can do. The Alpa 12 TC is pro-quality equipment, obviously. The modular design allows it to shoot film or digital with a whopping 60MP file size – plus, it’s fully integrated to work with the full range of Alpa lenses. Even though you could do absolutely nothing with it, this camera does it all.
Even if your commute involves no pedaling, this new courier-style bag from Osprey will deliver you to the office or elsewhere with your MacBook intact. A floating, padded laptop sleeve protects your machine with room enough for all the other junk. If you actually do ride in, you’ll be hyped on the comfy ergonomics of the bag & features like a light attachment slot and reflective styling hits.
If you’re old enough to remember the 80s, you were there when the Commodore 64 had its short-lived and rather limited heyday. But like PacMan and Pong, it had its charms. Well, lovers of ephemera will rejoice, because an updated version of the classic machine is back. The Commodore Phoenix is a 64-bit all-in-one PC. It’s slim, energy efficient, offers four USB ports, a parallel port, 1LAN port and goodies like a 7-in-1 media card reader and stereo speakers. Old but new, get it?
Everything is Denmark is just cooler: the culture, the history, the nightclubs. And without a doubt, the custom bikes. Copenhagen-based, Wrench Monkees have been at the forefront of the post-modern, custom bike movement for years. Their understated bikes – part powerhouse, part design/soulcraft – are shipped to collectors and fiends worldwide. The Club Black series was made as decoration for a Copenhagen nightclub of the same name. Motorcycles inside a club? Yes…Denmark is just that much cooler.