Designed by Finnish skateboarder Arto Saari, these premium leather high tops feature a sophisticated two-toned black and gold design; they’re limited to 1600 shoes globally.
Despite costing over a quarter million bucks, Romain Jerome’s Day&Night watch is already sold out. It consists of two tourbillons, one that runs during the day and another during the night.
We’re not sure what The Elano is or what story it has to tell, but it sure as heck makes a cool tshirt. Designed by Rayi Wicaksono of Indonesia, you can see more of his work at deviantART.
Chop Shop’s Rock Star Tee has quite possibly eclipsed their earlier We Robot tee in terms of coolness. The tee features 28 classic rockers from ’65-’75; they’ll print in blue or yellow.
Quiksilver’s Ray Watch is a nod to eco-friendly consumers; the watches materials are low-impact and/or renewable whenever possible. It even uses a no-battery automatic movement.
The serpentine lines and RGB color scheme of Traditiona’s Snake t-shirt is Japanese inspired, but we’re glad they also threw in some rockin’ skulls at the bottom. Note: tagless and slim-fit.
Alright, so the flip-up front isn’t exactly sexy, but we like the Nolan N102 N-Com’s tech friendly features: bluetooth, intercom, audio jack and volume control are welcome perks for bikers.
Jaeger LeCoultre’s AMVOX2 watch is no ordinary timepiece: it acts as a key for the Aston Martin DBS. Encoded by the dealer, pressing the side of the watch’s case starts the DBS’ engine.
Emerica’s BluePrint V collection sports a hot black and red colorway, but our top pick goes to the Francis BluePrint kicks: it’s a collab with UK’s Blueprint Skateboards and Emerica.
The Illum Cycling Jacket is a solar-powered safety jacket designed to light up cyclists on the road with electro luminescent panels. It’s surprisingly stylish too; we hope it gets made one day.
It’s raining love like its Berlin ’48-’49: Keith Walsh of Turtlehead collaborated with The Polyphonic Spree to create the Love Plane Tee. Both the bomber and its bombs are replaced with hearts.
You can’t get much cooler than these Swany g.cell snowboard gloves, which feature a built-in bluetooth module, speaker and mic. In short, you can take phone calls directly from your hands.
These special Puma Sky IIs are outfitted with waterproof Gore-Tex; when coupled with the brown, orange and olive colorway, it’s pretty clear these kicks are meant for the great outdoors.
Yup, you read it right–this hip 13″ laptop sleeve is a collab between Arkitip, Incase and street artist KAWS’s Original Fake. The sleeve is debossed with an OF design and is softly padded inside.
The Vestal Plexi: Acetate watch is so named for its unusual acetate band, formed from the same material used in Italian designer sunglasses. We also dig the simple, retro style face.
You won’t really get the CMYK? t-shirt unless you’re a graphic designer or artist, but those in the know will appreciate its subtle humor and sharp design; pay attention to the question mark.
Reebok’s Dime Dropper sneakers have a sleek, organic design with mid-cut flap for stability. It’s also supportive inside, with foam cushioning and a removable sockliner for orthotics.
You can’t dog Skwak for being honest: his Throw Up t-shirt lives up to its name, with a truly massive glut of magenta, blue, and yellow monsters on a dark tee. Vomit never looked so cool.
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.
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