Rubber band wars are about to be kicked up a notch with this Elastic-precision Rubber Band Sub-machine gun ($115). Made from pure tough and steady Maple wood this fantastic gadget can be loaded with up to 24 rubber bands that can be fired up to 30 feet in the air with a simple pull of the trigger. Designed to emulate the classic look of the famous MP5 machine gun this American made rubber band gun would make a great addition to any party and is available right now.
Still searching for a moderately priced winter sneaker or looking to make a statement on the tennis courts? Check out the new Nike air Tech Challenge II ($119) which just dropped over at End Clothing. These tripple black shoes are so black they're almost blue. They feature a synthetic leather upper that'll stand up to all the lateral movement you can throw at them. While the external molded heel counter will keep you from rolling your ankle when making crazy cuts. Lighter than most other tennis shoes in the same category, you'll also be able to go after it much longer without getting fatigued.
HUF is back with the second installment of their Spring Collection and they're showing their wares in the HUF 2014 Spring Delivery 2 Lookbook ($TBA). The collection features a range of lightweight pieces such as their oversized football-style tops, tropically themed tops and bottoms, slim fit chinos, light colored oxfords, and head wear. All items will be available at HUF's online website on March 18th.
The Nexersys Home Boxing Unit ($3,000) is different than any other training equipment you've seen. The Nexersys uses High intensity Interval Training to get you the body you want. The unit comes with a commercial grade steel frame, 19" LCD screen, 7 strike pads, and training videos. The Nexersys creates a unique experience by delivering routines based on your training history making it intelligent and challenging. The Nexersys Home Boxing Unit will help you reach your fitness goals.
We're about to do a write-up on a $100,000 bike, but first we want to show you something for 1/10th the cost that is an absolute work of art. Spin Cycle Industries was started by two friends Eric and Josh. Together they build some very beautiful bikes. The bikes they sell are all custom so when this bike sells it's gone for good. The bike pictured is a customized 1982 Yamaha Virago XV 750 ($13,000). It had about 7,000 miles on it and they added about 800 more during the build. The bike has so many upgrades it would be impossible for me to list them all. Check out their blog for all the details and the full description.
Grovemade is usual known for their smartphone accessories, but it looks like they've started branching out into the everyday carry arena. One of their first offerings is the Grovemade Brass Key Ring ($59). Grovemade made the Key Ring from a solid block of brass, making it nearly indestructible. They designed it to hook quickly onto your belt loop but made it small enough to fit easily in your pocket. It also comes with a built-in bottle opener for opening your favorite beer or soda. The ring is also available in stainless steel ($39) and black oxide ($39).