Digital camo on the outside and solid inside, we like how Maharashi’s Reversible F67 jacket lets you choose between urban and preppy casual with slash pockets on both sides.
Made with a hand-crafted process that takes 45 days, Vaja’s ivolution Silver is lux all the way; this grainy cowhide MacBook Air case is offered in 15 outside and 37 inside colors.
BRM is well-known for its racer/industrial aesthetics, and their Perfed Watches are no different; both feature perforated hands and details, high contrast colors and sharp arabic numbers.
Questionable yellow pinstriping aside, this tuned Nissan GT-R concept by Cobra Tech has us drooling over its 3.5s 0-60 time, made possible by ECU, pressure and air intake mods.
It’s nowhere near pocketable, but this Giant Swiss Army Knife by Wenger puts to rest any doubts about your preparedness; it squeeze in 85 tools and weighs nearly 3 pounds.
With ribbed details and pocket patches, Monarchy’s Hoody Sweater is reminiscent of those worn by British commandos; adjustable side straps let you size according to your waist.
There are few better ways to celebrate the New Year than with a bottle of Cristal Brut 2000; rated 95 by Wine & Spirits, this golden champagne has a fruity taste with a powerful finish.
All caps usually spells pretentious; however, the OTTO Espresso Maker earns it, as it’s made almost entirely out of stainless steel and includes a DVD barista training session.
Light and portable, this Hill Racer Toboggan features a self-locking, two-way folding system (either flat or as carried like a backpack); it’s made with beechwood, steel and aluminum.
The hinged watch face on Eterna’s KonTiki Diver watch isn’t just a gimmick; it allows divers to set the diving time and then lock it into the strap to avoid unintentional rotation.
Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? True Jedi Masters won’t settle for anything less than this life-sized R2-D2, complete with retaining bolt, lights and sounds. Limited to 250.
With an enormous snout only a mother could love, the first Donkervoort D8 GT is road-ready; made with Kevlar and carbon fiber, it weights just 1,400 pounds with an Audi 1.8 Turbo.
When trend guru William Yan speaks we tend to take notice; these DITA Statesman frames mix horn-rimmed acetate goodness with hex rivets and diamond pattern titanium.
Roth Audio’s MC4 mixes a bit of the old with the new; it’s both a tube amplifier and an iPod dock with s-video output; includes remote and a pair of OLI1 2-way bookshelf speakers.
Celebrating Maserati’s Indy win 70 years ago, the Quattroporte Sport GT S eschews visual cues for a 4.7L V8 with 433hp, throaty exhaust, stiffer springs and single rate dampers.
At $570 these Lanvin Tennis Shoes are pretty uncoppable, but we’re sure the 19th century French brand has legions of fans who will splurge for this refresh of a classic style.
Project Kahn’s tricked-out Lotus Elise gets all the usual aero-kit niceties, but the real goods are improved performance, with a billet exhaust, sports springs and 28-stage dampers.
If you liked the Robocop baddies portrait, this Robocop Poster by Tyler Stout will knock your ED-209′s off: it’s printed on real sheet metal. Click here to get the paper version.
It’s too late to get one for Christmas, but Miniot’s iWood iPhone cases make an ideal belated gift; each is carved from a single piece of wood, including Oak, Mahogany, or Cherry.
All tubes with nary a semi-conductor, the WooAudio6 headphone amp is not only retro-fantastic, but delivers consistently clean and natural SET Class-A sound at an affordable price.
Get your racing helmets ready: the windshield-less McLaren SLR Stirling Moss will debut in Detroit, with a top speed of 217mph, a 650hp 5.5L V8 and retractable air brake.
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