Designed for playmakers, Nike’s CTR360 Maestri is a specialized soccer cleat that fill a voids in the market with Kanga-Lite leather, control pods on the strike zone and off-center lacing.
When you’ve got a small army to feed (or you have the appetite of said army), Weber’s Ranch Kettle saves the day: it boasts a giant 7.7 square feet of charcoal BBQing bliss.
One year after its debut teaser, AureaSection has released a second Naumauchia teaser in glorious HD; it’s a space combat game with up to 8 players and is due out later this year.
Rock while you roll with a Bicycle iPod Speaker: it’ll dock your iPod inside a waterproof case that clamps to your bike frame and is controlled via a handlebar-mounted remote control.
Lum-Tec’s Bull 45 chronograph goes minimalist with a blocky 45mm stainless steel bullhead case, but it ain’t just about looks: the top-mounted crown and pushers won’t poke your wrist.
A cross between a piano, a drum and a sax, the Eigenharp is an uber-instrument with the capabilities of an electronic keyboard; choose from the budget Pico or professional Alpha.
The LEGO Book is Nirvana for brick lovers; it’s a two volume set that includes a 200 page visual guide through LEGO’s history and a 96-page book celebrating the Minifigure.
Filmed with the RED ONE, Riese is a dystopic steampunk web series about a girl and her wolf; it’s also a sci-fi who’s who with a cast from Stargate, BSG, Smallville and Sanctuary.
Obey’s Duality of Humanity is now available in t-shirt form; it’s a collaboration with famed Vietnam War and Khmer Rouge photojournalist Al Rockoff and based on an actual photo.
8-bit seems next-gen with 15 Pixel Street Fighter: created for GameCity, a UK games festival, it’s hyper minimalist pixel art that also includes Noby Noby Boy and PaRappa the Rapper.
Ideal for snowboarding shutterbugs, Burton’s cavernous Aperture Pack will swallow your camera gear and then some: it also features a padded laptop pocket and tripod/skateboard carry.
Brando’s Wooden Clip-shaped USB drive is a gimmick, but it’s a useful one: available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB sizes, carry it around by clipping it to your clothing or use it as a paper clip.
They look like run-down European tenements, but Berlin artist EVOL’s buildings are Lilliputian in size: they’re power and utility boxes that are meticulously spray painted with stencils.
It uses NESp, a Chinese PMP, but this hacked NES Cartridge still rocks our plumber’s socks: it plays NES/GB games and sports a 2.8″ TFT LCD, 4GB storage, FM radio, and TV out.
With two Shaun of the Dead alums (Bill Nighy and Nick Frost) plus Philip Seymour Hoffman, we’re having a hard time tuning out Pirate Radio; based on a true story, it’ll debut 11/13.
Shown in 2004 as a concept, TAG Heuer’s Monaco V4 Limited Edition is now available: made with 170g of platinum, it features cutting edge belt drives, linear mass and ball bearings.
COMBO is a live-action, stop-motion animation by urban artists Blu and David Ellise; shot over the course of a week in Italy, it can actually be looped infinitely (it’s played twice above).
Perfect for butterfingered Jedis, the Glove Holster keeps your lightsaber at the ready for battling Sith Lords, entertaining Ewoks and making julienne fries. Note: hand not included.
Dust off that PS2: Jax and Daxter: The Lost Frontier (also available for PSP) hits store shelves 11/3; this Brink trailer has all the makings of a rip-roaring adventure movie a-la PotC.
Blindingly expensive, The Art of Engineering is a 35 lb. billet bound aluminum book that describes the building of an all-aluminum car based on a Shelby Cobra for Oracle’s Larry Ellison.
Depicting one of Tinseltown’s most epic battles, this Indiana Jones vs. Mola Ram diorama should set hearts ablaze for movie fans; it stands 16.5″ high and is made of polystone.
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