With a design originally created for the Kenyan running team, you too could enjoy the supreme comfort and superior performance of the Nike Air Rift “Black Menta” ($125). The perfect footwear for health nuts and keen runners, these sneakers promote a natural motion. A cushioned air unit in the heel and a split toe and engineered mesh upper provides the ultimate comfort and snug fit. Get a good grip as you pound the sidewalks with the enhanced traction and watch your speed creep up!
Tonke Campers ($80,000+) are beautifully crafted mobile homes that would make any outdoor experience a pleasure. The camper features a wooden home atop a Mercedes Sprinter platform. The wooden exterior gives the camper an old school feel more like a beautifully crafted boat than a camper. In the Fieldsleeper 1 (pictured) there's enough storage for three bikes and it can sleep up to three. It includes a kitchen, a stove with two burners, sink, refrigerator and of course a bathroom with a toilet and shower. Tonke offers several models and the prices range from $80,000 for just a camper to $137,000 for their top model with Mercedes Sprinter.
Marshall Phone Cases ($20) offer the look and feel of a classic Marshall amplifier. They feature a black soft-coated case with the Marshal logo emblazoned on the back and a vinyl wrapping that holds your phone securely in the case. The cases come in models for the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Take the classic slip-in by Meyerhoffer and black it out. What you get is the beautifully designed Isaora X Meyerhoffer Slip-In 6.6 ($995). This board harkens back to the classic boards of the 1970's, with an obviously modern take on the single fin. The 6.6 mixes the gliding style of classic boards with the turning requirements of modern performance surfing. The Isaora X Meyerhoffer Slip-In?is an advanced board that will work in almost any condition.
Lego, has it right. Instead of trying to guess what kits its customers want, they're allowing them to pitch their own projects and if they get enough support the kits are brought in front of a review board for final consideration. One such project is a Lego 1969 Chevrolet Corvette ($TBA). The detail in this kit is amazing. From the working doors, to the interior cockpit and engine compartment. In order for a kit to make it to the review board a total of 10,000 supporters are required. This project currently has 3549 supporters with 344 days left. Help Dave, the project creator, out and head over to the Lego Ideas website and shoot him a vote so we can make this kit a reality. Mine is on the way.
The history of New England is a fascinating one that built on a never ending armature of amazing stories that tell the tale of both the Yankee ingenuity and the hardy and intrepid characters that made the area what it is today. Bootleggers, Lobstermen and Lumberjacks ($14)is a brilliant presentation of the 50 wildest and wackiest episodes in the history of this region all pulled together is one brilliant package.