If you're a sneakerhead you have to get you're pre-order in for the latest edition of Sneakers: The Complete Limited Editions Guide ($19). The book provides you with the best limited editions, and collaborations designed by top artists, designers, musicians, cultural icons, and co-brands over the last ten years. It features over 300 designs from fifteen brands and some fo the best shoes in the world. If you collect this will a great addition to your reference library.
Stemless wine glasses have been around for awhile, but now you can get a Stainless Stemless Wine Glass ($11) that will keep your beverage chilled longer than crystal and because its made from 18/8 stainless steel you never have to worry about it breaking. These glasses are perfect for parties and outdoor activities like boating or camping. Each glass holds about 18oz of liquid.
Adidas reached deep into their archives to come up with their latest shoe, more than 20 years deep. The Adidas Tech Super ($105) was originally introduced back in 1992 during the Barcelona Olympics. It's latest incarnation features suede and mesh uppers in gold, black with hints of grey and red, a woven tongue patch, and contrast paneling. These kicks are available for pre-order now and are expected to start shipping in January.
Classic elegance and prestige come together in the new range of Cravar Bags ($250+). Beautifully crafted using only the finest vegetable tanned leather and finished with subtle brass findings the design echoes traditional designs of the past. Available in a range of striking colors and can even be made to include your initials. For a truly special gift idea head on over to Cravar Bags, or on second thoughts why not just treat yourself to something unique.
You never know when you're going to need one, but there is something to be said for always being prepared. The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool ($35) will give you the piece of mind you're looking for. It has a spring loaded steel tip window punch, a 440c stainless steel hook blade to cut your seatbelt or ropes, a LED light and a 1/2 serrated 440c stainless steel blade. And if you're looking for an EDC (everyday carry) tool, the T3 also comes with a stainless steel belt clip & a nylon sheath.
I know when you think about bike baskets we all picture the white wicker thing with a flower in the front, but the Bent Basket ($110+) takes it to a whole new level of style and functionality. The Bent Basket is constructed of seven sheets of maple veneer using the same process that skateboard manufacturers use. It has removable straps (White, Charcoal Grey, Navy Blue and Salmon Red) to hold all your gear in place and comes in at 17in x 13in x 2.5in weighing 4.5lbs. Also the mounting frame will fit a wide range of bikes. Check out their kickstarter today.