The Nike Roshe Run Sneakerboots Premium Leather Pack ($120) take the look of a great winter boot and combines it with the versatility of the Nike Roshe Run Sneaker. This version of the sneakerboot utilizes premium leather throughout and a quilt-stitched toebox and tongue. It also includes a padded collar and rope laces that go through boot-like metal eyelets. These boots come in black and mercury gray versions. Check out additional pics after the break.
If you have a Ferrari 458 sitting around that's feeling a little sluggish, check out the Hennessy HPE700 Twin Turbo Ferrari 458 upgrade ($60,00). The HPE700 delivers 738 horsepower at 8,400 rpm and 532 lb-ft of torque @ 5,600 rpm. Over a base Ferrari the upgrade will give you about 170 more horses and cut the 0-60 mph time from about 3.4 seconds to 2.8 seconds. Optional upgrades include 20-in monoblock wheels, carbon-fiber body components, and adjustable shocks.
Bloodshed motors, has pioneered the world's first class of Super Electric Muscle Cars (Super-E). They take classic, American made muscle cars, and add a high powered electric propulsion system. Add state of the art suspension and braking and you've got a monster on your hands. Or better yet, a Zombie 222 ($50K+).As the title says, the Zombie 222 is a street legel electric muscle car which just set the record for street legal EV cars at 165.3 MPH. Just missing the overall EV record of 165.5 MPH, which also includes non-street legal cars.The Zombie features an all electric twin 11" drive train, and a LiPo Prismatic Pouch High Tec systems racing battery, with a drive range of 40 to 140 miles depending on the pack size. This setup pushes an amazing 800+ horses, with over, wait for it, 1800 lb-ft of torque.Additional features include Bilstein coil over front suspension, SOT floating 3-link rear with Watts bar, Strange PRF180 Aluminum HD section, Flaming River rack and pinion steering, and 13" Brembo disk brakes. If you've got a muscle car you want to take all the way electric, expect to pay about $50K for a starter package, which gives you the same push as a standard V8 muscle car. Prices go up from there.
The Transporter Sync ($99) connects to your external hard drive and provides access to all of your files wherever you are. Just connect the Sync to your router and plug in any USB drive and in a few minutes your Mac or PC will find it on you network. When your away from your house you'll be able to access your files with your Apple or Android smartphone. The Transporter Sync is now available for pre-order and has an expected ship date of November 15th.
Nike is getting everyone primed for the World Cup with the release of their NikeID AM90 EM National Team Pack ($180). The shoes feature the patches of six teams which include USA, France, Brazil, England, Portugal, and the Netherlands. You can also get a number of customizations including multiple color options for almost every part of the shoe, support options, and choice of midsoles depending on the type of cushioning you need. The National Team Pack is available for ordering now from Nike. Allow up to six weeks for delivery.
KEF is known for its high end floor standing speakers that deliver natural and balanced music. The KEF M500 Headphones ($300) deliver that same quality. The M500's utilize 40mm neodymium drivers that deliver the full spectrum of sound (200Hz-20kHz). Whether you're listening to opera or hip-hop, you'll be able to hear every note. The frame is made from an aluminium alloy and has smart hinges that position the ear pads in the exact right position. In the box you'll get the headphones a tangle-Free flat cable with gold plated connector, 3 button remote and microphone, a 6.3mm converter, a protective case, and a flight adapter.