If you're looking for a rugged jacket wrapped in a splash of color, then you have to take a look at the latest release from Belstaff. The Belstaff Burgess Jacket ($615) has a classic biking silhouette and is made from Belstaff's 60oz waxed cotton. Their waxed cotton is known for its water resistance and durability. Additional features include a stand color, four chest pockets, and a full zip closure with a traditional five snap wind placket. The Burgess is light but fully lined a cut shorter for a slightly more modern fit.
Introducing the new Wavekat P70 Personal Watercraft ($22,500), the only jetski/boat equivalent that doesn't need hours of lessons to learn how to drive. Mainly because you drive it just like you would your car! As easy as 1, 2, 3 the Wavekat features a modern steering wheel and pedal set up that you will take to.. well like a duck to water. Capable of 90-degree turns without loss of speed and a respectable top speed of 35 knots or just over 40mph it offers the maximum in fun without the boring learning curve.
We just did a write-up on the Industrial Table Lamp by Pear Creation. Well we just found another gem called the Mono Desk Lamp By Kozo Lamp ($370). The Mono is also made with with pipes and pipe fittings that give it a great industrial feel. A beautiful brass tap acts as the on/off switch. All units are handmade so allow 14 to 21 days for shipping.
If your house caught fire and you could only grab one or two thing what would they be? Foster Huntingdon has been collecting the answer to this very telling questions from thousands of respondents across the globe is a bid to get to the heart of what holds the most value today. The Burning House ($13) is the result of this painstaking research and it features the best of Huntington's hugely popular website TheBurningHouse.com, as well as a whole load of new material. This gives us a fascinating insight into what modern society hold most dear, and there are some very surprising results.
Looking for a solid old school work truck? The you have to take a look at this 1949 Ford F1 Pickup Truck ($70K). This ride has been completely overhauled. No detail has been overlooked, from the FORD lettering, to the stainless-trimmed, hickory bed. The power plant features a 351 cubic inch Windsor crate motor the pushes a nice 325 horses. Additional features include a polished Edelbrock carburetor, and K&N X-Stream air filter. This whole kit is paired with a C6 3-speed. On the interior you'll get modern air conditioning, seats in supple ultra-leather hide, chrome handle pulls, and a tilting Carrera banjo-style steering wheel. If you're look for a sweet resto-mod, this beauty will definitely fit the bill.