This Alox Soldier Knife is your last chance to own the classic 1961 knife issued to the Swiss Army; it’s from the final 500 unit production run with engraved signature by Victorinox’s CEO.
This Close Combat Techniques trailer shows there’s a lot more to getting up close and personal in Aliens vs. Predator; each of the three species has their own attacks, blocks, and kills.
Handmade by the Amish, Billykirk’s 15″x12″ Leather Tote Bag understandably keeps things simple; it’s made with thick vegetable-tanned leather treated with natural oils and beeswax.
Popping an ollie is no problem for the TMNT, but Mario and Mega Man get in on the action with these Video Game Skateboard Decks by Logan Zawacki; they’re on display at I’M BOARD.
Facts About Projection isn’t just a moving tribute to a dying profession (projectionists) but to a way of life; theaters aren’t the only thing going digital in a world meant to be lived in analog.
Choosing a Gelaskin can be a bit like eating only one thing at a buffet, but we’d gladly dine in hell with Frank Miller; they now offer skins pulled directly from the pages of 300 and Sin City.
Slate V’s idea to have Filmmakers Direct The Superbowl may have folks watch the big game for more than just the ads; it shows SB 44 in the style of Tarantino, Lynch, and more.
Vestal’s De Novo chronograph lives up to its name with a fresh and bold black or silver 48mm stainless steel case and band; it’s Vestal’s first watch with a day register and date window.
Full-body pong sounds painful, but Sportpong is mostly virtual: it turns the ground into a playing surface thanks to projectors and motion sensors that detect reflectors on the feet.
We’re digging the bare-bones, industrial aesthetic of the inclinepro; it’s a 7 oz. laptop stand made with aerospace-grade aluminum that both raises and angles up to a 17″ MacBook Pro.
It’s been awhile since we saw the first teaser, but The People vs. George Lucas is out with a second teaser; it promotes its screening at the SXSW Film Festival in March 2010.
Simple yet full-featured, Moop’s Messenger Bag features a canvas outer and water-resistant cordura lining; it’ll hold a 15″ laptop and includes 6 pockets, 2 d-rings, and an adjustable strap.
NSFW: It’s the goomba stompin’ mushroom poppin’ mustached man, koopa clompin’ body dropping fireball fireball in my hand…yeah, Epic Super Mario Land Rap is epic. Thanks, Jerry!
Move over, iPad: the Gesture Cube moves beyond touch completely with a touchless, gesture-based interface that also adds an extra dimension by tracking 3D spatial movements.
Dr. Martens and Stussy team up for a refreshingly clean lightweight summer shoe with The Hambleton; in stores March 2010, it features a canvas upper and reinforced EVA wedge outsole.
Based on a French comic, we’re really liking the female Indiana Jones/Terry Gilliams feel of this teaser for Adele Blanc-Sec; it mixes 1920s adventure serials with a bit of the paranormal.
Hori’s Real Arcade Pro Premium VLX is a heavyweight controller champ, literally: it weighs 12 lbs and includes Sanwa buttons/joystick, a non-skid pad, and flip-up storage cabinet.
Short but definitely not sweet, this trailer for Dragon Age: Origins: Awakening is all sorts of creepy; meet the Children, which look like human faced-larva ripped straight out of Dante.
The Saints and the Colts won’t be the only teams settling a score this Sunday in South Florida: this Foos-kabob t-shirt shows there’s only room on the grill for one kind of football.
Apple’s not the only company that can do cool product videos: Google, HTC, and Audience engineers talk about the History of the Nexus One and also reveal two new docks.
We’re still having a hard time seeing past the racebending, but this latest teaser has us excited to see the live action version of Aang and gang in Avatar: The Last Air Bender nonetheless.
The Space Station has had Internet access for less than a month but astronaut Soichi Noguchi is already beaming back tweets and twitpics of Earth from his (very high) vantage point.
Axe Cop is our new favorite web comic: written by Ethan Nicolle and his 5-year old son Malachai, it includes unicorn babies, one-eyed robots, avocado soldiers, and a man-eating snowman.
The Markham Console Bar’s weathered pine trestle base makes it a solid man cave choice; it features a recessed bottle trough, hidden tool drawer, and cast-iron towel bar and bottle opener.
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