It appears that Nike’s senior footwear designer Mark Miner spends more time at the hair salon and tattoo parlor than he does jogging but there’s no denying his Free outsole and shoe designs are hot stuff. The latest collection debuts April 5th featuring three new running shoes all built around concepts of natural motion. Watch the video.
Here’s something very different from Lincoln. The MKZ is a luxury machine entering a very competitive field of European and Japanese imports. Its strengths are the sculptural, elegant bodylines and a luxurious leather interior. Fresh features like a retractable glass roof, push-button shifting, and LED headlights, keep pace with competition. Would you finally buy American?
We always thought the perfect golf watch would make the beer cart appear with just the push of a button but Garmin had a different idea. Their Approach S3 watch is a GPS-enabled unit that gives you info and assistance for over 27,000 global golf courses. But sadly no, no beer cart button.
Before Michael Jordan re-invented the game of basketball and permanently stamped the Nike swoosh into pop culture, he was a UNC Tarheel who carried the team to a national championship in a pair of size 13 Converse in 1982. To commemorate this 30-year milestone, Nike, (which owns Converse) is releasing an ultra-limited edition package that includes a signed pair of leather Converse LTDs, and a number 23 UNC jersey. 100% of the proceeds of this collabo kit go to the James R. Jordan Foundation. Auction ends April 6.
The Barefoot Bandit was a news-making teenage punk from the Pacific Northwest who was a burglar, car, boat and identity thief. The kid even stole a plane without ever taking a flying lesson. His infamy grew as he continued to evade the police and federal agents who sought to end his harmless crime spree that was making them all look like bumbling boobs. Colton Harris-Moore is the barefoot bandit and his true life tale is told by Orcas Island resident-writer Bob Friel.
If you’re serious about shooting photos or video or both, you know how important a good bag is for carrying your expensive gear. But even the best camera bags are not as adjustable as they should be. Enter TrekPak. This padded insert for camera bags and hard cases uses a pin system that allows you almost infinite adjustment for securing and organizing your gear.
Buying a water-housing for your SLR camera will cost you some serious coin and chances are pretty good that the camera in your iPhone 4 or 4S shoots a comparable quality image. Therefore, the Tat7 waterproof case is a brilliant idea. It costs a lot less than a big, bulky housing and is scuba-worthy down to depths of 100 feet. You can even use SIRI on your 4S for texting and messaging without taking it out of the case.
Every party has one over-amped superstar who has to be “that guy.” The Naga Chili-infused vodka is the perfect remedy for silencing the party clown. The heat of peppers is measured using the Scoville scale. A jalapeño comes in at 3500-8000 and this vodka has 100,000. Offer him a shot. The bottle comes with warnings but whether you warn him or not is entirely up to you.
If you carry all your most-used tools around in a tool belt you’ll look like the Construction Worker from the Village People. ’Stache or not, this isn’t something you want. Fiskars Shop Boss Snip combines a serrated blade, beer opener, wire stripper, and file for a tool that’ll do lots of tough household jobs without making you into a macho man.