Dedicated to elite military forces, Bell & Ross’ 01 Commando watches are limited to 500; it sports a white colorway with photo-luminescent indices and anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
Jack Spade’s Wear Utility Brief may be pricey, but this utilitarian bag is designed to last: the paraffin-soaked cotton is mark-proof while the handles are reinforced with rivets.
Powered by temperature changes, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Dunhill’s black-edition Atmos Regulator clock doesn’t require batteries or winding; you’ll have to pay an arm and a leg, though.
Purveyor of things of all things simple Erik Schedin has added a pair of Danner Light Boots to his highly selective inventory; we’re digging the clean lines and two-tone colorway.
Dita’s Gold Series puts the “sun” in sunglasses with 24K gold-plated titanium frames and 24k scratch/flake-proof mirrored lenses, choose from four frames and two colorways.
The bodykit is nothing special, but this Brabus-tuned E-Class Coupe swaps the stock 5.5L V8 for a 6.1L; the billet crankshaft is good for 462hp, 453 lb-ft. of torque, and a 0-60 of 4.7s.
Created with famed designer Jasper Morrison, Rado’s r5.5 Chrono is an exercise in modern simplicity; it features a matte black ceramic case, two counters and sapphire crystal.
Audi’s Q5 cute ute gets some serious power with their Custom Concept; beyond the lowered height and widened track, the TFSI V6 gets massaged to 408hp, good for a 0-60 of 4.4s.
The movie’s not out yet, but Belstaff’s Inglourious Basterds Lt. Coat (worn by Brad Pitt in the movie) sports a WW2 rugged look with Antique 10 wax cotton and a sheepskin shawl collar.
Sleek and minimalist, this Tilt Knife Block is perfect for modern cribs; it’s made from a single block of Walnut (with a Maple inlay) and is finished in beeswax and orange oil. Thanks, Chris!
Swapping dual light sabers for dual orange-accented bumper vents, this Darth Maul-styled BMW M3 could kill Jedi with its ultra clean looks, carbon fiber bits and black 20″ rims.
The Ferrari F430 will bow out soon, but this Calavera ensures it’ll go out in a tatooed blaze of glory; it sports a 707 hp twin supercharged engine, a 0-60 of 3.5s and tops out at 216mph.
The Vestal Surveyor’s all-black face gobbles up light, emphasizing its sleek, stainless steel case; a hydraulically stamped dial and leather strap serve as subtle accents.
Tonic Wear’s Gâˆšºs Passport Folio is a blend of the old and new, with hand-stitched corners, Italian leather, calfskin lining, a modern splitshot pattern and two SIM card pockets.
To debut at the 2009 Salon Prive, the Veritas RS III eschews a roof and windshield for pure speed (the passenger seat also seals up); it’ll go 0-60 in 3.2s with a 600hp BMW 5.0L V10.
This Electric GreenGT concept is both eco- and drool-friendly, with a carbon fiber chassis/fiberglass body, 450hp and a ridiculous 1,895 lb-ft of torque driven by Li-ions and solar panels.
Brown leather piping, suede inserts, and ultra soft leather stand out in OMP Racing’s Vintage Collection of helmets, boots and gloves, all inspired by 60s Bullitt-star Steve McQueen.
Diesel’s Shuttle Duffel Bag suffers wrinkles and wear better than most premium bags, with 100% cow leather and canvas, generous stitching, reinforced piping and metal hardware.
The Isis Impossible Titanium Puzzle is pricey, but can pay for itself if you can open up its aluminum case; inside is a number which you enter on their website for a chance to win cash.
Gorgeous yet going to a good cause, Ferrari will be donating the proceeds from the sale of the last F430 of its assembly this year to victims of the April 2009 Abruzzo earthquake.
QWSTION’s Three-Day Travel Bag really is as functional a weekender as we’ve ever seen; it features a laundry sleeve, shoe sack, PU wheels, and seatbelt-style compression straps.
Borsalino’s helmets are clearly out of our budget (they’ve been making hats since the 19th century), but their mix of hard/soft and retro/new textures is almost good enough to eat.
Based on Superformance’s Shelby, Exotic Auto’s Shelby Daytona Coupe Le Mans Edition features fender flares and 18″ shoes along with an upgraded suspension and interior.
Four years in the making, Oakley’s Pit Boss sunglasses are part of their new Elite line; they sport polarized, smudge-proof lenses and an O-Matter frame with lightweight titanium inserts.
It’s a clear case of form over function, but what a sexy case it is: Diesel’s DZ9044 watch features a big, blank stainless steel face, opting instead to put two movements on each side.
The Snyper One is the inaugural watch of the eponymous brand; every single piece of the watch is made in Switzerland, from the PVD-coated 44mm steel case to the 7755 S movement.
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