If you liked his steel-tipped markers, Krink is releasing a special pair of Nike Air Force 1s 11/29; it features his signature dripping ink stripes as well as a handmade silver marker.
With two oversized buckles, metal grommets and welting everywhere, these Osiris Bronx high tops are made to be seen; they’re comfortably padded with good ankle support.
A wallet for the 21st century, this sleek Aluminum Wallet has accordion-style pockets that can hold up to 10 cards. We also appreciate rounded corners, which minimize jabbing.
Created by Josh Rubin of CoolHunting.com and his father, Freehands feature flip-back finger tips that let you use your iPhone without having to remove your gloves; they’re shipping now.
Taking dog tags literally, this Wolf Pack tee by Wild Stallions is just a simple, badass tee that’s perfect for anyone serving in the armed forces. Note the gel-printed highlights.
Damien Hirst’s art usually requires an 8 figure salary, but these Levi’s jeans are relatively affordable at $240; they come with Hirst buttons on the fly and skull embroidery on the back.
Although these Adidas Superstar Skulls would have been perfect for Halloween, we still dig their simple black and white colorway; both the side panels and the outsole sport skulls.
Easily the most important invention since the light bulb: avoid sky-high stadium prices by smuggling in brewskies with Beer Belly, which when hidden under your shirt looks like its namesake.
Kris Balerite’s Origins t-shirt is an ode to artists, with indiscriminate swirly, drippy and flying things serving as a metaphor for imagination; a portion of profits goes to charity.
Incase’s iPhone 3G Power Slider is an awesome two-fer: not only is it a protective case, but it also includes a Li-ion polymer battery that equals 120% of an iPhone’s normal capacity.
Benny Hill is rolling over in his grave, but even clowns have EPIC FAIL days: this Clown Car Crash Tee is sweet, sweet revenge for anyone who’s had lemon meringue tossed into their face.
If this Alfred Dunhill Mechanical Belt’s 108 movable parts sound watch-like, it’s because it was created by Swiss horologists; the belt allows for ultra-precise adjustments of 35mm.
Indie-apparel maker Homeroom has just released their Fall/Winter collection; our top pick goes to the simple but asymmetric Portman Hoodie; it’s inspired by vintage motorcycle jackets.
It doesn’t get much more original than WWII bootmaker Red Wing’s handmade OG Boots; made with heavy duty oiled leather, these boots run big and stiff, but will soften over time.
A three-way collab between Gravis, In4mation and Diamond Supply, the Trekker Bag is now available; this cavernous bag is still small enough for carry-ons and sports Diamond-branded wheels.
Apple probably didn’t have hooks in mind for the iPhone’s touchscreen, but this Modern Pirates T-shirt shows even Blackbeard prefers 3G speeds when searching for buried booty. Arr!
Extremely limited to 10 pairs, these camo Nike Zoom Soldier II kicks are guaranteed authentic by Upper Deck and come with LeBron’s signature and numbering on the right shoe.
With large pushers, huge 6/12 o’clock numerals and a stainless steel case, Officina Del Tempo’s Power Watch is exactly that: a watch for power players who aren’t afraid of flashy timepieces.
New at Wire & Twine: this WOXY t-shirt celebrates the 25th anniversary of legendary independent rock’n’roll station WOXY; based in Cincinnati, it now broadcasts only on the internet.
One of Australia’s youngest leading sneaker customizers, Sekure D has scored a collab with Globe; we’re really digging these Mace Hi’s, which should drop 12/1 globally.
Kata’s Sling Bag is photographer friendly, with center, right and left sling positions for easy access to equipment; it’ll even swing around from your back to chest for “quick draws.”
Sure, it’s a little gimmicky, but that’s never stopped a true-blooded geek: Sector’s Compass Torch comes with a red flashlight for sending out Morse code, as well as a survival tool kit.
Forget Gov. Palin’s glasses, for guys, there’s no topping Tom Ford’s James Bond aviator sunglasses. Worn in QoS by Daniel Craig, they come in four colors and are made in Italy.
We don’t want to know why that guy is smiling, but suffice it to say these iPod Video Goggles offer privacy without extra adapters; they draw power directly from your iPod.
“Back in Black” is a collection of tees from top t-shirt artists, with shirts supplied by Design By Humans and a public exhibition in Florida on 11/22. You can preorder them today for $3.
Although it’s a bit small at 12″ wide, Mark Nason’s Dragon Bag is clearly geared towards katana-wielding ninjas, with Asian-style dragon detailing and distressed leather.
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