Much like Johnnie Walker’s F1 whisky, the super-lux RM 011 Felipe Massa Special Edition by Richard Mille celebrates the world’s first F1 night race in Singapore; only 50 will be made.
Incase’s Vertical Sling Deluxe is a bit earthier than their other laptop bags and mixes washed canvas with leather. It’ll hold up to a 15″ MacBook Pro with extra pockets for your smaller gadgets.
These Original 1892 Basketball Shoes replicate the design of the first basketball sneakers ever, albeit with modern niceties such as a built-in arch and cushioned insole.
Marc Ecko’s contemporary Cut & Sew has a line of super-cool shirts and hoodies that take classic Star Wars and remix it with trendy all-over belt printing and foil imprints.
We’re not too big on funky hats, but this tweed, short-brimmed Essex Fedora by Obey is cool enough without being over the “top”. It’s wrapped with a stacked satin rope and feather.
The store’s navigation is tedious, but these Lewis Leathers Hi Top Sneakers are worth the journey: we dig the combination of black leather, zippers, double stitching and tire tread bumpers.
No guy’s wardrobe should be without a good button-up; the Firetrap Chocataw Shirt has a subtle check design with roll-up tab sleeves, double pockets, epaulettes and a stitched logo.
Obsessions with sharp, pointy things aside, we like Swords for its simple, silhouetted style. Made by freelancer Ryan of A-OK Mart, the tee is limited to a run of 75.
Made with Italian Nero glace leather, Paul Smith’s Closer Shoe seems conservative. However, the striped, retro-colored webbing and embossed typography on the soles say otherwise.
Tumi’s latest line of high-end bags honors Ducati for its 2007 Grand Prix win. Our favorite is the Ducati Moto, designed for motorcycle riders with a flexible pocket to hold a helmet.
This Monster Mash Collaboration tee features 97 monsters from 68 Threadless artists. The catch? It’s not yet available–but you can help by voting for it right now at Threadless.
Just one look at the maniacally ornate innards of Chronoswiss’ Edition Zeitzeichen watch and we know it’s way out of our league. Features skeletonizing, engraving and guilloche details.
Brixton’s Chord Wallet is a classic bifold with a twist: a small compartment for guitar picks makes this perfect for six string slingers. Includes plenty of card slots and a bill pocket.
It’s not easy to pull off purple shoes and still keep them dude-friendly, but Diesel’s I’m Pression Mid Sneaker does the trick. It’s a funky but sweet mix of genuine leather and lacquered surfaces.
We couldn’t help but crack up at the site of Belgian artist Fabian Decleir’s Rapa Nui 2007 t-shirt. It humorously mixes surfer, band and skater cultures with the statues at Easter Island.
From one highly-tuned precision instrument to the next, Dutch car maker Spyker has teamed up with watchmaker Chronoswiss to make the stylish, but insanely priced Pilot Watch.
Malcolm Fontier’s bags and wallets have a globe trotting style we totally dig. The Entertainer holds up to a 14″ laptop; it also sports two zipper pockets and one magazine pocket.
No need to check your laptop–this Wi-Fi Detecting T-Shirt picks up 802.11b/g signals and indicates the strength. It’s removable for easy washing, and requires three AAA batteries.
For active guys, Keen’s new Venice H2 Sandals feature better drainage and cooling over earlier shoes; they’re quite comfortable. Hydrophobic foam rubber speeds up drying.
Nothing says classy like black and white, which is why we like the simple yet sophisticated appeal of these Pointer Toby sneakers. The upper sports paneled leather with logo tabs.
Long live the queen: Monarchy’s Union Jack watches look swank in silver and black with digital+analog movements. Also includes thirty timezones by city, chronograph and timer.
Rainbow-colored shirts aren’t our thing (tye dye gives us headaches); thankfully, White Bread’s Rainbows tee is blue and shades of grey. Thumbs up for the hand-drawn look.
Workaholics can take their iPhone swimming: the Amphibx Waterproof Armband protects your phone or mp3 player up to a depth of 12 feet. Two versions: medium or large.
Lanvin’s latest Hi Top Sneakers mix suede and patent leather; it’s vaguely futuristic a-la-Rufus (played by the late, great George Carlin) from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.
The Urwerk UR-202 has telescopic minute hands, hours satellites and twin turbines. The swanky video (above) shows this in detail, and yet we still feel clueless… all we know is, we want one. Bad.
If Unioreja walked into our office with a resume, we’d hire him on the spot: one-eared rabbit. Controls a gigantic tentacled robot. Thirsts for revenge. Yeah, that’s our kind of bunny.
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