“Exotic cowboy” are the words that come to mind with these Vans Rowley “Shambles” Hi, designed by Taka Hayashi. They sport a brown suede upper, buckle strap and Vans soles.
Tokyoflash’s Negative is their latest watch and is mana from geek heaven with oversized pixels. It features an inverted LCD display, 7 color LED backlight and stainless steel band.
Famous for their Swiss Army Knives, Victorinox also offers watches. Nobody does time like the Swiss, and this stylish Chrono Classic XLS with tachymeter and chronograph is no exception.
Gloopz Shark With Pixelated Teeth isn’t the most thought provoking t-shirt we’ve come across, but no matter: the sharp color contrast, Tetris blocks, and ginormous shark have us sold.
Adidas’ Y-3 Hayworth II Mid Shoes are part of its Fall/Winter collection, and sport a Mountain Man logo along its length, as well as a webbing system and ankle strap for support.
Made for Alpine skiers, POC’s line of “sports armor” is patterned after insect exoskeletons. Pieces read like a medieval shopping list, with protection for the torso, spine and loin.
Crispin Jones’ latest watch, The Average Day, shows a typical daily routine with a literal twist; the moebius-style loop displays AM activities on the outside and PM on the inside.
Launching today in the US, these Air Jordan I Retro Olympic sneakers are inspired by the ’92 Barcelona Dream Team. We’re digging the gold embroidery and straight-up classic styling.
We’re really digging Disturbia Clothing’s satirical t-shirts. They take pop culture references and symbols and turn them on their head, sort of like a grittier version of Andy Warhol.
We’re really feeling the slick, two-toned semi-organic style of these All Mountain boots by Oakley. They’re waterproof and made with a full grain leather and microfiber upper.
ACRYLICK’s My Choice t-shirt has a “make music, not war” message that we dig. We like the way they’ve bastardized weapons and blended them with saxes, axes, mics and drumsets.
The aptly named Three Minds Watch is a collaboration between three legendary watchmakers; it’s composed off three rotating discs (H, M, S) and limited to 33 pieces worldwide.
For luggage maker Globe-Trotter’s 110th anniversary, designer Ross Lovegrove has created onehundred&ten, a nearly indestructible carbon fiber and kevlar weave suitcase.
These Vertigo Corsa boots look like something straight out of the future. Designed with Moto GP in mind, it features a thermoplastic ankle brace, shock absorbing heel cup and air vents.
The Method Zip Hoody isn’t just another sweatshirt: it’s all-over printed with the artwork of legendary artist Syd Mead, who has worked on films such as Aliens, Tron and Blade Runner.
Geeky to some but super swank for others, we’re siding with the latter on these two-toned Bless No. 34 sunglasses. We like the angular art deco meets Cylon grill thing going on.
Supermandolini’s Caution t-shirt will resonate with anyone who has a mess of wires under their desk; check out the draped serpent across the back shoulder. Available in red, blue or green.
Fibre Clothing’s Conflict t-shirt is one we can all get behind: it was created to spread awareness of the crisis in Darfur, with 50% of the profits going straight to the Save Darfur effort.
Classic yet industrial, we like the gear-shaped face of Bulgari’s Professional Aria GMT watch. Nice attention to detail: the world map in the background is centered on Greenwich, England.
For the feudal warlord in all of us: this original 16th century Japanese Dragon Armor Helmet (Kabuto) is made with riveted plates of iron and is signed by the blacksmith on the back.
Rugged on the outside but packed with pockets inside, Booq’s Vyper Exo is waterproof and made from semi-rigid ballistic nylon. It opens 180 degrees and at 4 lbs. is lighter than it looks.
In collaboration with Addict, graphic artist Mitch’s Biker Scout tee is part of his Icons Series. It’s a tribute to one of his role models, legendary Star Wars illustrator Ralph McQuarrie.
Senior Computer Club brings back happy memories of dual floppy drives and baud; it sports a TRS-80 Model III (or 4?) and comes in an AA tee, but we definitely prefer the snazzy polo.
Northwave’s Lizard Cycling Shoes are ideal for cross country and mountain bikers; their aptly-named “Jaws” soles have great grip, while triple velcro straps maximize support.
We so could have used one of these Things That Glow t-shirts as an eight-year old. Not only does it show radioactive potatoes and rocket ships, but it actually glows in the dark.
We like the brute metallic simplicity of O.D.M.’s bronzed Zen Watch; most striking is its decagon-shaped, ion-plated stainless steel case that give it a clean and angular lines.
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