Just like beer goes with bowling, this Jack Daniels Golf Flask is perfect for golfers who sip between swings; it includes a stainless steel flask, four tees and a pitch repair tool.
A perfect gift for web and UI designers, Design Commission’s Web Stencil Kit includes a stencil, mechanical pencil and browser chrome sketchpad (W3C compliant, no doubt).
Feelin’ the need to personalize your MacBook or MBP? Iamhuman’s tasteful, upscale-styled 3M adhesive covers resemble wood and fabrics; they’ll remove with no residue.
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.
This Nerf Chaingun is a heavily modded Nerf Vulcan that fires 500 rounds per minute by quadrupling the voltage for some serious cubicle pwnage. Get the full instructions here.
Altruism is overrated anyway: Television Made Me Do It is a tasteless spin on the Fireman’s Carry technique, with the good ol’ boob tube taking the blame for bad behavior.
This VAX77 Folding Keyboard is a boon for on-the-road musicians and weighs just 25 lbs with a magnesium alloy case, polyphonic aftertouch, custom colors and keyweights.
Table lamps rarely inspire awe, but Ettore Cimini’s Ra is downright sexy; a pair of flexible steel/polymer “snakes” with fiber optic cables relay light from a 100W bulb at its base.
Madden NFL-era kids won’t care much for Mattel’s Football, but for 70s kids, LED Football 2 is a nostalgic iPhone app; it includes running, punting, field goals and passing.
What global warming? Las Vegas was hit by a rare 30-year snowstorm last week, which dumped 3-6 inches in outlying areas; check out the surreal Strip photos above.
Nixon’s stainless steel 51-30 watch is getting two new colorways; we like the swank red on black tones of Gunmetal, while All Gold/Brown suits those with a propensity for bling.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy is out in Japan; this runnin’ / flyin’ / jumpin’ opening cinematic is both gorgeous and torture for North American fans, who will have to wait until mid-year 2009.
Despite its rough-hewn name, this Meat Hook Wallet sports clean lines with a heat embossed Obey logo up top; this trifold also includes a detachable keychain with bottle opener.
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.
Road warriors, max out your productivity: Lenovo’s 17″ ThinkPad W700ds is a dual screen laptop with a 10.2″ LED; this 11 lb. monster also includes a WACOM digitizer.
There aren’t just any playing cards: they’re by the Black Rock Collective, a group of 36 international artists. The first batch of 150 sold out in a day, so be sure to get on their mailing list.
Do want, please: the Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition includes a limited edition figure (Ryu/PS3; C. Viper/360), an anime movie (Blu-ray/PS3, game disc/360) and CD soundtrack.
Callaway’s Ft-IQ Driver hits balls faster, straighter and farther, thanks to a hyperbolic face, high moment of inertia and precise center of gravity which reduces backspin.
The Kickass Christmas Tree award goes to The Klip Collective, whose TreeWaxHD video above is a groovalicious feast for the eyes and the ears; Saint Nick got moves!
In addition to being warm and water repellent, these Filson Hunting Hats are also convertible; the earflaps can be folded in three ways depending on weather conditions.
A pair of information design artists, zeroperzero takes railway maps from Seoul, NYC, Tokyo and other metros and turns them into awesome-looking (yet functional) wall posters.
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