The Mutombo TR Block Shoes ($100) were originally created for Mutombo back in the early 90s. The shoe has finally be released to the public in a cool new red colorway. The shoes feature a Nubuck and leather upper with printed heel and rear-quarter window, a printed textile lining, molded TBU lacing system, mid-foot strap over laces, and a basketball-inspired outsole. The kicks are now available from the Adidas online shop.
A tasty report suggests that the mighty creators of the Veyron are set to blow us away with its highly anticipated successor. Rumoured to be titled Bugatti Veyron Chiron ($TBA) it promises to be just as fast on the track as its name is to say out loud, possibly just even think about saying. The leaked report suggests the Veyron successor will have a back-breaking 1,500hp and 1,106 pound-feet of torque! Impossible you say? Maybe not as rivals Koenigsegg has recently proved with their own 1,500hp powerhouse. Now imagine the acceleration that 1,500hp can provide, it’s pretty tasty with the report suggesting the successor will be capable of 0-60mph in a spine tingling 2.0 seconds. Expected to launch next year it’s the one to watch for true gearheads.
Rafael Nadals US Open Outfit costs more that most houses. Actually its the watch that costs $690,000 everything else costs less than $300. So if you want to look like Rafael Nadal, you can, you might just need to skip the watch.1. Watch: Richard Mille RM 27-01 ($690,000) 2. Shirt: Nike Men's Autumn Premier Rafa Crew Armory Blue ($75) 3. Shorts: Nike Men's Autumn Premier Woven Short Dark Armory Blue w/Atomic Pink ($65) 4. Shoes: Nike Air Courtballistec 4.3 Atomic Red/Grey ($130) 5. Headband: Nike Men's Autumn Hero Print Bandana Slate ($18) 6. Racquet: Babolat AeroPro Drive ($199)
Who wants a multi-tool that looks like a pirate skull and has twelve useful tools. Of course you do. The SOG MacV Multi-Tool ($13) as designed to look like the original skull from the MACV-SOG group the company was originally named after.Related: The Best MultitoolsIt contains all the valuable tools needed for a good everyday-carry multi-tool. Whether you need to open a beer bottle, tighten a screw, or pry a paint lid, everything you need is there.TOOLS1. 1/4" Hex Bit Driver 2. 1/4" Wrench 3. 3/8" Wrench 4. 5/16" Wrench 5. Bottle Opener 6. Carbide Sharpener 7. Cord Cutter 8. Large Flat Screwdriver 9. Nail Puller 10. Philips Screwdriver 11. Pry Bar 12. Small Flat Screwdriver
The Complete Book of Knots ($13) gives you step-by-step instructions on how to tie one hundred of the most useful knots. Each knot features a brief history on the development of the knot, it's uses and features, and color illustrations to guide you through each step of tying each knot. Some of the knots included are the bowline, cat's paw, cow hitch, and many more. Whether you're interested in climbing, sailing, fishing or just have a love of the outdoors you'll find the information in this book very useful.
DP Customs was one of the first customizers we reviewed and they are still putting out great products including their latest work of art, the John Player Special By DP Customs ($TBA). Their latest creation was inspired by the 1978 Fi racing car, driven by Mario Andretti. The frame was modified for an agressive riding stance, while the gas tank, tail section and chin spoiler were all custom made by DP. Additional features include custom wheels, Brembo brakes, Chainsikle controls, and a DP Customs Box Pipe exhaust.