The Adidas Climachill Rocket Boost Pack ($140) are made with 360-degree ventilation and quick-drying micro-perforated Aerocool fabric to keep you cool on the hottest of days and dry when your feet are sweating up a storm. The shoes weight just 9.5 ounces and include Adidas's boost cushioning for extra energy. The Climachill come in three monochrome colorways including a grey, navy, and olive. You can pick up a pair from Nike today.
If your looking to add a little Camo to your everyday carry, you need to check out the new Casio G-Shock Camo Watch Pack ($150-$175) being offered by End Clothing. The Pack features Casio's X6900CM and 120CM models in Tiger Camo Green & Grey, and Forest Camo Red & Green respectively. Both models feature a 5 second countdown auto-start with 24 hour countdown, water resistance to 200m, world time with 29 time zones, alarm with snooze, and an LED backlight with afterglow.
Built with limited available ground space, the Verrierdale 2 By Spark Architects ($NFS) blends into the surrounding rainforest with unprecedented ease. The 3 bedroom family home features an open plan living and kitchen space, pavilion running along the east-west contour and unique translucent tent membrane roof that opens out into nature. Sliding doors allow the house to blend with its surroundings while the unique roof acts as both an insulator and protector from the strong heat. A striking building from every angle and one that compliments the sleek and organic lines of its surroundings.
The Evelo Omni Wheel ($1K+) turns almost any bike into an electric bike, just by replacing the front wheel. It makes hills feel like flat ground, and shortens distances by getting you to your destination faster. It senses your pedal movements and provides you with the required power based on the effort you're exerting. All of the electronics including the motor, battery, and electronics, are in the wheel. The Omni Wheel can manage speeds of up to 20 miles per hour and has a travel distance of up to 40 miles. Just snap on like you would a normal wheel and you're good to go. Shipments are expected to start in March and up to then you'll be able to get a $200 discount on every order.
So you've gone to your favorite microbrewery and grabbed a growler of some awesome suds. You get home, and that's when you have to ask yourself a serious question. When do you pop the cap? Because once you do you know there's only a limited period of time before you have a growler of flat beer.The uKeg Pressurized Growler ($99) from GrowlerWerks looks to put your mind at ease. This growler has absolutely everything you need to not only keep your brew sudsy for up to 4 weeks, but make the overall experience extremely enjoyable. The uKeg has a double-wall which is vacuum insulated to keep your beer cold all day, a site glass to keep track of your beer supply, a tap, pressure gauge, and a C02 regulator. Just load a C02 cartridge into the cap and screw on the bottom, fill the growler with your favorite brew, and set the carbonation level. Now your all set for weeks of fresh beer.
Delivered as the ultimate version of itself, the Land Rover Defender SVX Spectre ($TBA) poses a striking figure. With just 234 km on the odometer, this car was used in the 24th James body film and is one of just 10 originals ever built. The car boasts 37" tires, rose joints, Bilstein rally dampers and a full roll cage for added safety. The improved engine can products 185 bhp and 500 Nm of Torque while the Recaro seats come with a four-point harness and hydraulic handbrake for road-legal use. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an iconic piece of both motoring and film history.