Wrap these legs around anything and light up your life. First, Joby revolutionized POV filming with their wicked tripods featuring this design. Now, the light is on – it’s genius. The bendy legs give you hands-free hold on pretty much anything: a ladder, bike handlebars, the top of your head … once you get one, you’ll see. The aluminum light is an ultra bright LED lasting 6.5 hours with a rechargeable lithium battery.
Badlands is a trip. It’s based on a true crime 50s murder spree and features Sissy Spacek & Martin Sheen. The award-winning film came out in 1973: a few years before Spacek starred in Carrie and Sheen starred in Apocalypse Now – two classic films that made them both famous Hollywood weirdos. Badlands was directed by Terrence Malick, the man behind The Thin Red Line, which was nominated for 7 Oscars. Heavy for sure.
The ultra-smooth, minimalist designs from Ventura are not just the coolest digital watches you’ve seen, they’re also technically advanced. You’ll never wind this watch or replace a battery – it’s powered by the motion of your arm with their MGS micro generator system. The negative LCD face is also easy to read in any light. Sorry, there’s no calculator.
If you’re going into the wild or just lugging the weekly haul from the farmer’s market, bring this classic canoe portage pack to carry your hefty cargo. It even fits a 20-inch ash basket for crushproof stowage. The spacious, waxed canvas pack features flap cover side pockets, padded leather shoulder straps & brass buckle closures.
The Hasselblad H4D is basically the Ferrari of digital cameras, so this collaboration makes great sense. The H4D is the most advanced medium format camera on the market: the ultimate weapon for professional photographers. This limited-edition model, painted Ferrari’s “rosso fuoco,” will create images as timeless as the Italian automaker’s custom cars. Only 500 cameras will be produced.
Hard to believe we haven’t seen a Lambo tractor in a hip-hop video yet, right? Really though…once California finally legalizes weed, this is what all the farmers up in Humboldt will be driving. The question is – who makes chrome spinners for 60-inch wheels?
Update: Tractors do exist in rap… enjoy:
PF Flyer’s Bob Cousy hightops are the epitome of “court classic” style. Originally released back in 1956, these fresh unlined leather models come in a wide array of sophisticated colors for a modern look in a classic silhouette.