Finding a place to put all your stuff on long bike trips can be a pain in the butt. Using your standard backpack can also cumbersome. The Bedrock Entrada Handlebar Bag ($120) provides a place for all your stuff in a stylish bag. The Entrada attaches directly to your front handlebars and is only 5.75" in diameter. You can get it with either a flat, padded panel or a contoured waterproof zipper pocket. If you're serious about biking, then this bag is must.
The Scosche RH656M Digital Camo On-Ear Headphones ($129) combine vintage looks with reference grade sound. The RH656M's provide tight treble and punchy bass and are made from some of the best materials on the market. These include viscoelastic memory foam and genuine leather for the ear cushions. An included tapLINE III remote and mic provide all the functions you need to comfortably control your music.
Make sure you get up early tomorrow because the Nike KD VII EXT Suede Black/Black ($200) will be dropping on Nike.com at 8:00am Saturday, December 13th.Make no doubt about it the new KD VII EXT Suede were made to see court time, but they're so stylish you might not want to jack them up.The upper is made from black suede with premium leather that covers the heel and flows into the interior lining. The signature strap adds lockdown stability, while a gum outsole adds the perfect accent to the suede-inspired midsole which features a Nike Air unit in the heel.These kicks will great with pretty much anything in your wardrobe.
It's almost sacrilegious, but if anyone can pull off an electric motorcycle, it's Harley-Davidson. They're going on tour and are making a feedback program available to select consumers who get to ride the new Harley-Davidson Livewire Electric Motorcycle ($TBA). The road tour will kick off in New York and then move to Boston and Philadelphia with additional cities to be announced. Future retail plans will be highly influenced on rider feedback during the tour. And don't worry if you don't have a motorcycle drivers license, Harley will have a simulated riding experience on the tour just for you guys.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup”, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Why The Moto 360 Smartwatch Will Kill Google Glass - Mashable
2. How Not to Pass a Car on a Motorcycle - Complex
3. Fly Across California Whenever You Like For $1350 A Month - Stupid Dope
4. Microsoft Tracks Down Rogue Employee By Snooping Blogger's Hotmail - Mashable
5. Mt. Gox found 200,000 Bitcoin ($116 million) in an old wallet - Engadget
6. 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius - Buzzfeed
The Adidas Springblade Drive ($180) runners are the next step in adidas' energy focused innovation. With the use of 16 forward angled blades made from a high-tech polymer, energy return is delivered in a vertical direction. The result are elastic blades that instantaneously react to any environment, compressing and releasing energy to create the feel of having springs under your feet. The finely tuned blades provide support and a full range of movement through each phase of a runner's stride. Also, being seven times more temperature resistant than shoes with standard EVA cushioning, the Springblades provide you with top performance in any environment. The uppers of the Springblade are constructed of a 360-degree engineered air mesh to be flexible and designed to hug the top of your foot, locking it in to harness the energy returned from the springs on the outsole. They were made to be extremely soft and comfortable. A suede tongue and collar add additional breathability, comfort and premium details. Inspired by the Energy Boost 2, the one-piece heel to mid-fit cage provides extra stability. It looks as though adidas is taking aim at creating the perfect running shoe. Keep a close eye on adidas' website, the Springblade Drive will be available Wednesday for $180 at adidas.com, adidas Sport Performance stores and select retailers nationwide.