Ricoh has announced its new Pentax with selectable low pass filtering. The Pentax K-3 DSLR ($1700) boasts a 24 megapixel count and a 27-point autofocus system. Additional features include a 86,000 pixel metering sensor, shake reduction, the first ever anti-aliasing simulator, dual SD card slots, and A USB 3.0 connection. The camera is available for preorder and will begin shipping in November. If you don't need the lens you'll be able to get the body for about $1300.
The Amsler Knives Pocket Wedge ($56) is a great addition to any EDC arsenal. We know we've all been in the situation where we needed to open that paint can and had nothing on hand, or chipped a tooth trying to open a beer bottle. Needless to say a good pry bar is essential. The Amsler Pocket Wedge has a very portable 3" inch length and is made from 6al4v Titanium. It includes a carbonized tip and a bottle opener. It also comes in three different finishes; raw, dark, and pink.
NudeAudio's Studio 5 ($180) bluetooth speaker was designed to fit in perfectly with a contemporary interior. It also provides high quality sound for such a small package. Two high-fidelity neodymium-drivers along with a 3 inch subwoofer work together to produce sound that covers 70Hz - 18kHz. The Studio 5 also has a wide variety of connections for your devices, including a lightning connector, aux-in, bluetooth, and dual-pairing over bluetooth.
Beer Craft ($) takes you through the six essential yet easy steps that it takes to create world class beer right in your own kitchen. You can now enjoy drinking the best beer you have ever tasted, and know you have produced it yourself. This is a veritable kitchen manual that will have you turning your stove in an artisan brewery in no time. Learn to home your craft by first perfecting the basic skills of beer making before moving onto specialty techniques such as brewing with fruit and barrel-aging. This is the ultimate book for all beer connoisseurs, and there are certainly plenty of them.
Caps: One Size Fits All by Steven Bryden ($21) traces the roots of the cap from a necessary work item to a fashion statement. The book contains 192 pages of detailed color photographs, and interviews with icons in the cap game like Supreme's Aaron Bondaroff and Craig Ford of BAPE. Caps takes a look at the deign and construction of these hats as well as a detailed look at some of the top brands, like Supreme, Ralph Lauren, and Stussy. And if you're looking for new ways to sport your cap, the book also has a street style showcase showing how folks are sporting their caps around the world.
Nike has put together the ultimate running shoe. The Nike Flyknit Trainer ($150) was made based on information from the best marathon runners. The shoe features a virtually seamless knit upper, that provides a breathable, snug fit. The one-piece upper moves with your foot and integrates support and stretch without the additional weight of overlays. The Nike Flyknit Trainer also offers low-profile, responsive cushioning. If you're looking for a shoe that is barely there and can go the distance, The NIke Flyknit is it.