I love my New Balance kicks, so its real nice to see that they've got a high-top version available. The New Balance 891 High-Top Sneakers ($85) give you a cool retro look, with their suede upper body, and white outer and midsoles. The colorway navy, orange, white colorway is very slick and can be matched up with almost any outfit. Whether you're sporting your favorite khaki's or a slim cut pair of jeans, these will go nicely. The only place these guys are being offered is at J. Crew and for $85 they'll be tough to pass on.
Don't get your hopes up, the car pictured above is nothing more than a graphic rendering. The Bugatti Gandloff Concept, designed by Pawel Czyzewski, gets its inspiration from the 1938 Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe. Here's hoping this machine hits the showroom floor someday.
Unless you've been living in a cave you know that Derek Jeter is going through his final season with the Yankees. To celebrate the man, Nike's Jordan brand has released the Derek Jeter "RE2PECT" Collection ($35). Right now you can pick up RE2PECT T-Shirts in three colors, and the hat from Nike's online store.
One of the most annoying things is to put your drink down at a party, and come back to find that you can't tell which one is yours. The Chalk it UP Chalkboard Slate coasters ($20) help fix that problem. Because they're made from the same material as chalkboards, you can write your name on the coaster and you're good to go. No more lost drinks. You will get a set of four 4"x4" coasters and chalk with your purchase.
The Doxie Flip Scanner ($149) is a mobile wireless scanner that's perfect for capturing photos, memories, creative, ideas, and images from pocket notebooks. You can scan by placing your image on the glass or by removing the cover and placing the scanner on whatever you want to scan. The Doxie Flip works with originals up to 4x6" and can create images up to 600dpi. Scans are written to a SD card.
Roger Federer is in the twilight years of his career and is looking to grab a few more majors before he heads off into the sunset. In order to do this he knew he would have to move to a much bigger racket. This new racket is the Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph ($219) which is now available for pre-order with an expected ship date in September . Now, keep in mind, this is a heavy racket. Coming in at 12.6 ounces strung. Because of this weight, it'll require a full, fast swing to get moving. Once going it'll deliver devastating ground strokes with amazing plough through. Here's hoping they offer an all black version as well.