The Asolo Flame GTX Hiking Boots get high marks, with an EVA midsole and TPU heel for comfort. The suede leather resists scuffing and water with the help of a Gore-Tex lining.
French designer Casajordi’s latest tee, The Red Dream, features surreal and moody artwork, all-over printing and has a soft hand; not bad at all for a $24 fitted t-shirt.
Finnish designer J. Saaranen’s Reppo II is a 21st century boombox: In its hardshell case is an integrated amp, coaxial speakers and enough room for a six-pack of Bud.
J.Fold’s Loungemaster wallet is sharp in black and orange, with a perforated leather exterior. It has eight microfiber bonded card slots, two hidden slots and a bill compartment.
Greg Abbott’s appropriately named Monsters t-shirt packs in all the disfigured miscreants you could ever want; even better: $2 of your purchase gets donated to one of six charities.
Icon’s Squad2 Mil Spec Pack is a highly visible, heavily pocketed backpack for motorcyclists whose orange colors meet military specs. It can stow a 15″ laptop and a helmet.
Designer Jeff Sheldon’s Ugmonk brand is a simple and clean alternative to complex, cluttered designs; his Lowercase tee’s singular focus on the alphabet is strangely refreshing.
Montres De Luxe’s Black Avio Nato watch has a bit of a retro/rugged flair but remains stylish. We dig the contrast between the military green strap and the densely packed black face.
The striped heel and front aren’t for everyone, but these MY-36 Pumas by Mihara Yasuhiro have a cool zoot-suit appeal, accentuated by the swank black on white colorway.
Skateboard packrats will dig Incase’s Skate Bag, which is a collab with pro-skater Paul Rodriguez. The bag not only has room for your board, but for extra decks, sneakers and more.
Bikkembergs’ black jacket squeezes in three zippered pockets without compromising style; it’s rounded out with shoulder epaulets, tone on tone stitching and ribbed accents.
Star Fox, Zelda, Metroid and Mario Bros., all on one t-shirt? Sign us up for Splitreason’s Mighty Kong crewneck tee; this mashup that will do Super Smash Brothers fans proud.
The Oakley Crest Buckle Plate belt’s vintage military style honors the 10th Mountain Division, which served with distinction in WWII and Desert Storm. Genuine leather with top stitching.
One-man t-shirt shop Rob Dobi has released seven new tees for Fullbleed Series 7. Our top picks: ‘Out of Reach’ appeals to space fans, while ‘Hot Head’ is great for Type A personalities.
This Black/Gold Dust colorway for Air Jordan’s Spiz’ike line is our fave; made in collaboration with director Spike Lee, check out that gold stitching and laser-etched artwork!
Bremont’s Pilot’s Watch isn’t just another aviator-themed timepiece; the dial and movement are made with parts of a WWII Spitfire fighter that downed six aircraft in one day.
Created by WarholBot, Design By Humans’ latest Camera Obscura tee will satisfy any shutterbug. Note the subtle light to dark blue gradient; fashion fit, 100% ringspun combed cotton.
Reversible jackets are always cool since we feel like we’re getting a two-fer; Diesel’s Jatur Jacket has a black quilt-like on one side and a cool striped slate chain-link motif on the other.
The blogosphere is abuzz about Tokyoflash’s Rogue watch, which features a green Matrix meets Mass Effect LED display and a sleek silver or black stainless steel strap.
It’s a vampire bat vomiting ghosts, with lightning bolts and speech bubbles. And, it’s pink. The description is unpalatable, but we’re smitten bitten by Keeley Carrigan’s Bat t-shirt.
Creative Rec gets us again with these military-themed Dicoco high top shoes; olive and black = awesome. Double velco tabs, laser etched logos, and green perforated leather inlays.
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