We so could have used one of these Things That Glow t-shirts as an eight-year old. Not only does it show radioactive potatoes and rocket ships, but it actually glows in the dark.
We like the brute metallic simplicity of O.D.M.’s bronzed Zen Watch; most striking is its decagon-shaped, ion-plated stainless steel case that give it a clean and angular lines.
Incarnadine’s Eternally, Always Tee is made for power pop band Forever The Sickest Kids and features a skeleton rocking a guitar; it’s a six color print with gold foil.
Part of the Air Jordan Flight Club, these ultra-slick Jordan XX3 Alarm Chrono watches feature a stopwatch; they’re wrapped in a stainless steel case with K1 mineral glass.
We like Our Legacy’s subtle, casual style; it’s a modern take on 1930s kicks. These leather canvas sneakers are waterproof with a thick rubber sole and soft calf skin lining.
This William Rast Bomber is part of Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala’s William Rast brand; think R&B meets bad-boy James Dean. 100% polyester with ribbed trim and zip front.
Oh Threepio, how far you’ve fallen: this tee featuring C-3PO and R2D2 belongs on the classic VH1 show. Printed on a charcoal gray tee; we have a bad good feeling about this…
The Kata Sensitivity V’s two compartments can hold both a laptop and a DSLR, or be merged into one space. It’s rugged, with rubber bumpers and tear- and water-resistant fabric.
Walkie Talkie’s tees remind us of the low-key styling of Ugmonk, with a dash of tongue-in-cheek humor. The simple, good-looking designs are screen printed by hand on AA t-shirts.
Nike’s Zoom LeBron VIs look amazing without being flashy; Zoom Air cushions make them lightweight yet supportive, with a full-length unit in the midsole and double stacked heel.
Kind of like an old MTV video with tye dye thrown in, this Satellite t-shirt by Sentimental Soy Cheese (yes, that’s really their name) is a cool all-over piece that’s definitely different.
The Hubot Bigger Bang Watch is for mere commoners, with its paltry Black Ceramic case and hand-wound tourbillon. For reputable gentry, there are two diamond variants.
While $425 seems like a lot for a pair of shoes, the AF-X Pack (a collab between Nike and Stash) includes a backpack, laptop sleeve, gadget pouch, phone case as well as AF-X Mids.
Timbuk2′s Covert Messenger Bag is like Superman and Clark Kent; it won’t leap tall buildings, but its center panel is black during the day yet reflective at night. PS: it’s on sale.
T-Shirt Gang’s sharp, flashy streetwear tees aren’t for the faint of heart; these in-your-face shirts are made by and for driven, ambitious guys who want to make money.
Although rugged and waterproof, Timberland’s Euro Sprint Boot is stylish enough for daily use. We’re hot for the toe bumper, contrast stitching and dagger-shaped silver eyelets.
The “iconic” My Document Laptop Sleeve is made from neoprene, fits up to a 15.4″ notebook, and includes an arrow cursor pin. No word on whether it will gobble up MacBooks.
The Dosh Wallet looks super futuristic, with features to match. Made from thermoplastic PU, it’s almost indestructible. Bend it, get it dirty, dunk it in water: the Dosh doesn’t care.
The De Witt WX-1 concept is watch pr0n at its finest: sheathed in titanium and rose gold, the tourbillon timepiece has a pop-out mechanism that lets you observe its inner … workings.
These aren’t your dad’s cleats: Oakley’s Tour Jacket golf shoes are made with waterproof top-grain leather and easy to replace cleats. Available in two colorways.
This badass zombie-killer t-shirt is available at 200 Nipples, who sells their first shirt for $1, the second for $2, and so on. It’s a pretty cool concept, just be sure to get in and buy early!
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