Winter is coming and it's time to prepare before the real cold gets here. The Woolrich Classic Arctic Parka - Flint Olive ($885) will be your go to Parka this coming Winter. Woolrich has been making clothing since 1830 and you can see the centuries of experience in every part of this jacket. Originally made for Oil workers, the Classic Arctic Parka, offers exceptional protection from sub-zero temperatures. It features a duck-down filled jacket with a wind resistant 60/40 shell, two handwarmer pockets, double button closure, and genuine fur lined hood.
The updated New Balance 576ND1 (Black/White) ($160) gets its bones from the old school runner. Buts its been updated with some modern touches. The colorway is very slick with a mostly black upper made from mesh and suede. Additional Features include paneled construction, removable insole, and rubber outersole.
Everything seems to be flat pack nowadays, but how about a comera? The Pop-up Pinhole Project ($47) looks to raise funds for a medium format flat pack camera kit. Medium format film is larger than standard 35mm and smaller than large format film (102mm x 127mm). It provides a higher level of resolution over common 35mm. The expected delivery date isn't until November, so if you can't wait there are downloadable plans for a 35mm version that can made today using common household items.
If you're looking for a pair of headphones that are perfect for the gym and physical activities, check out the Monster iSport Freedom Headphones ($225). These wireless headphones are great for your toughest workouts. Not only do they deliver great sound, but they're sweat proof, water resistant and extremely comfortable. If you worried about them getting soiled don't worry because they're also washable. Additional features include on-ear control buttons, ControlTalk cable for listening in battery-free connected mode, and a reflective strip so you stand out at night.
Time to get your ride on with the See-Doo Spark ($5000). The Spark is an easy to ride, fuel-efficient watercraft. It features five color options; Vanilla, Orange Crush, Bubble Gum, Pineapple, or Licorice, options for seating two or three people, a Rotax 900 HO Ace Engine, intelligent brake and reverse, and a convenience package that includes a front storage bin, and step, which is great for get back onto the craft after a dip. The great thing is it's light enough to be towed by almost any sedan.
The Bully by Deus Customs ($TBA) started out as a wrecked Buell Lightning X1. Deus rebuilt the frame, stabilized the chasis and added a new chromoly subframe and swingarm. Woolie got to work adding artistry and American made parts where possible. The handmade gas tank and seat are inspired by the 80's TZ250 and the paint scheme came from a pair of the owners Nike high-tops. If you want one of these bikes you'll have to give Deus a call and have them do a custom job for you. ?More pics after the break.(more…)