Reebok’s ZigTech running sole got an upgrade. They’ve added a 20º angle to the zigs and zags of the outsole pattern to provide even more cushion. The upper is lighter and more breathable, too. The new design in candy colorways is available now.
It’s been 30 years since Volkswagen unveiled their first Scirocco GTS, a raced-up version of their hatchback coupe. The Scirocco was scrapped in 1992 but re-born for the European market in 2008. To celebrate it’s dirty 30, VW has created a new GTS variant with a trick 210-horse turbo 4, flared side skirts, aluminum 18s, and some serious stripes. Too bad it won’t be rolling on U.S. roads.
Not long ago, dudes were the only ones daring enough to step to street meat but the advent of the gourmet gastro-truck in recent years has transformed street food from ghetto to fabulous. This book by food authority John T. Edge delivers 150 recipes from America’s best restaurants on wheels.
Following the advancements in consumer electronics is a numbers game. In a nutshell: stuff keeps getting better. This new projector from Sony for instance, is the world’s first 4K home theater projector. It’s a huge leap: 4K means it’s about 4-times sharper than the standard 1080p HD. Basically, you’ll feel like you’re in the movie – not just watching it.
If you just open the fridge, yank a cold hot dog out of the package and choke it back raw, you’re not alone. Gross maybe, but certainly not alone. But why not take a slightly more refined approach to your hot dogging? Let our friends at Sunset magazine show you how to turn the ol’ tubesteak into a gourmet delight. C’mon.
Unlike your regular golf buddies, The Golf Buddy Voice isn’t going to encourage you to start drinking beer after three holes, but this tiny, hands-free GPS device will use its multilingual electronic voice to tell you distance yardage for each & every hole as you make your away around the course.
Apologies in advance to all you bigwigs who dropped 180K on the over-inflated Panamera – you bought the wrong car. This is the real Porsche. The 60th Anniversary 911 Club Coupe is due out this summer: a 430-horsepower pitbull sitting on 20-inch rims that whip it from 0-to-100 km/h in 4 flat. Rendered in Brewster Green paint with espresso leather, this small-batch run is limited to just 13 vehicles.
Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here album was the 1975 follow-up to the band’s Dark Side Of The Moon and it instantly shot to #1 on the charts all over the world. This new Blu-ray video release compiles interviews and archive footage to show the band’s process of recording one of rock’s most enduring albums.
Before you were born, beer cans were opened by piercing them with a sharp tool. The pulltab and later the pop-top killed the ‘church key’ but since we can’t seem to get enough nostalgia, why not open beers the way Grandpa did? The brains behind this gem of retro-mania marketing include Entourage semi-celeb Adrien Grenier, so we’re pretty sure Vince will make it cool.