We loved Ecko’s Star Wars tees, so we were happy to see this Boba Fett Hoodie; the classic yellow, green and red colorway looks pretty cool. Also available: a Storm Trooper hoodie.
Oakley’s Kitchen Sink Backpack is an uber bag with tons of features; able to hold a 17″ laptop, it includes a molded top compartment for sunglasses and drainage ports for wet items.
Our favorite out of Substratum Apparel’s Seven Deadly Sins collection is this Wrath pullover hoodie; the art is hand-drawn and fresh, but not over done; it’s also available as a tee.
We’re feeling 200 Nipples’ latest t-shirt, Beware the Slime Monster by Matthew Skiff. It’s got a nice gooey look with great use of negative space and is perfect for Halloween.
These Hennessy Hi-Tops by Jhung Yuro are a bit out of left field, but we’re digging the brown and creme colorway and croc embossed inserts. Available 12/1, sans the cognac.
Rastafarian iconography, decrepit Soviet spacecraft and William Gibson all mix deliciously on this Babylon Rocker t-shirt by the-affair. Limited to 200, this is a brand that’s going places.
Eminently functional, it’s a nice bonus that Solo’s Urban Messenger bag also looks pretty sweet, with an earthy matte canvas exterior and distressed leather piping. It’ll hold a 15.4″ laptop.
One of the top entrants to DBH’s 10K competition, this Perversion of Paranoid Populace t-shirt by Budi Kwan is our favorite with his poignant Orwellian homage to CCTV.
Concord’s C1 Gravity watch is a followup to last year’s C1; available in white or rose gold, its chief feature is an externally housed tourbillon which mitigates the effects of gravity.
Just in time for winter, Nike has launched a Snowboarding line. Above, their Zoom Force 1 boots are designed in collaboration with Stash and styled after their Air Force 1 shoes.
Whomever you support for the US presidential election, it’d be tough to beat a McClane/Gruber ticket, because there’s no topping a campaign slogan like “Yipee Ki-Yay, Motherf***er!”
Wringer Tee’s Paper Bomber t-shirt is a little bit of Love Plane and War Against Work, which is just fine by us: this light blue AA shirt sports paper airplanes going to town with paperclips.
Clad in orange and black with Live Free Or Die, these Crew Socks by real-life Dunder-Mifflin counterparts DDC are perfect for those days in the cubicle where you just don’t give a damn.
Loads of plasticky goodness and the famous Pump: no, it’s not the 90s; these retro throwback Pay Dirt Pumps by Reebok are returning next month for just under a Benjamin.
The geek factor runs high with this Solar Light Cap, but if you can bear the fashion faux pas it’s pretty handy with two solar-powered LED spotlights that get 2-18 hours per charge.
This Controlled Chaos t-shirt by Jeff Sheldon (of Ugmonk fame!) just about describes our day to day lives, which is why this t-shirt is a perfect fit for us; we love how it wraps to the back.
We admit feature a lot of expensive watches, but we dig Fossil’s relatively affordable James Automatic watch for its high quality Citizen (Miyota) movement. Note: it’s pretty big.
What’s better than one sweet pair of kicks? Why, two of course: Y-3′s Zipped Sneaker Boot features a futuristic black leather boot that unzips to reveal a pair of hightop sneakers inside.
Just one look at the d20 dice we knew we had to have this Bag of Holding; big enough to hold a 17″ laptop, this grey canvas messenger bag has tons of compartments and pockets.
This limited edition Omega 007 Seamaster Diver watch is a spy’s wet dream, with 600m of water resistance, sapphire crystal cover and a dial styled after a Walther PPK pistol grip.
DRMTM’s tees and hoodies have a distinctly urban flavor; based in Dusseldorf, Germany, we like the refreshing mix of Euro aesthetics, with bits of the 90s thrown in for good measure.
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