CP+B’s Buzz Bag holds up to 17″ laptops and allows you to add modules and move separators to suit your needs; our favorite feature is the horizontal escape hatch. Thanks, Ben!
Self-effacing yet simultaneously in-your-face, we have a feeling Andy Warhol woulda loved Burn This Forever’s Marilyn; it’s essentially a shrine to pop art incarnated in the form of a tee.
That’s no moon: Romain Jerome is at it again with his Moon Dust-DNA series of watches, which use real moon dust as well as rocket and spacesuit parts from NASA’s Apollo 11 mission.
Whether ankle deep in a marsh or crossing Alaska’s frozen wastes, hikers have high praise for L.L. Bean’s Wildcat Boots (lace or hook-and-loop), which are lightweight yet warm and waterproof.
Mixing line art that resembles ancient Mayan engravings with a quirky, urban/cartoony style, Deke Smith’s In My Hands tee will turn heads (and perhaps bloody a few hands).
Hard Graft has really outdone themselves with their new 2UNFOLD Bag; this Italian leather beauty is multifunctional, allowing you to use it as anything from a messenger bag to a rucksack.
Glennz is back with his Not So Famous Tee: the Swiss Army Fork is the Swiss Army Knife’s less popular and significantly less useful little brother; you can’t blame a utensil for trying.
So you’ve got your Scuderia and your Vertu: what’s next? Panerai’s Ferrari Perpetual Calendar watch is the final accoutrement for the ultra-rich; it’s $25k of brushed stainless steel ecstasy.
Named after an international streetball tournament in France, these Quai 54 Air Jordans aren’t too creative, but sometimes a simple black and white colorway is all you need.
Head Porter’s DJ Bag is top-loading tote for musicians: generously padded and constructed from ballistic nylon, it also has two extra compartments and side mesh inserts.
Coming soon: boutique watch maker NOOKA’s minimalist ZON is awash in a sea of LED pixels which count the time; also choose from a regular digital display or multiple timezones.
Finally, the true story behind Donkey Kong: Occupational Hazard brings back memories of the Great Gorilla Escape of ’84, which ended thanks to the efforts of one heroic plumber.
With 1700 cubic inches and 8 storage areas, Slappa’s Aura Pro-Tour Backpack will haul just about anything; it’s made with durable ballistic nylon and has a detachable gear bag.
Timberland’s Abington 3-in-1 Poplin Coat is our kind of apparel: not only is it rugged, waterproof and warm, but it features an inner zip jacket as well as a hidden storm collar and hood.
Limited to 182, Wyler Geneve’s Dakar Rally chronograph commemorates the upcoming 2009 rally; it features an exotic tantulum suspension that shields the movement from shocks.
Timberland’s Urban Rugged Street II low-rise boots combine a moccassin-like toe with two-toned work boot styling; we also like the insole’s arch support and grippy outsole.
Grammar had has never been our strong suit anyway: Grammar Crackers is guaranteed to drive syntax nazis crazy. It’s available in 23 colors with your choice of hoodie or tee.
Headed by Craig and Tim, six month-old Assault has hit the ground running with rocker-friendly tees; our favorite is their Zombie t-shirt. We also dig their blog, which is a pretty good read.
If NASA existed in Victorian england, astronauts would likely don something like this Steampunk Spacesuit; it’s made with a garden propagator and sports illuminated gauges.
Neiman Marcus has dropped not one, but three exclusive Ducati watches for this holiday season; they’re pricey, but the racer-inspired red, black and titanium colorways are tough to ignore.
Wrinkles should always be in style, if only so we never have to iron; Superdry’s Brad Jacket epitomizes this look with distressed vintage leather; even David Beckham wears it.
Made from recycled South American tires, Tread’s laptop cases are surprisingly good looking. Their Transient Attache has a removable external carrier and is designed for the MacBook Pro.
It looks like an 8-bit NES game exploded in your pants, but Burton’s Pixelated Waterfall One Piece has been getting rave reviews for its heat retention, breathability and 10k waterproof rating.
Large, clean and modern, the Fossil Chronograph looks deceptively simple but includes three sub dials in a stainless steel ion-plated case; it’s also water resistant up to 5 ATM.
Feelin’ a bit nostalgic, Fila has dropped these Fly Boy His; they sport classy retro-Italian lines as well as a mix of smooth, patent and perfed panels; the tongue is plastered with Fila logos.
Nike’s SB Equipment Backpack is a monster; cram in everything from laptops and DSLRs to shoes and thermos bottles. Extra points for the thickly padded shoulder straps and back.
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