The Adidas Originals Oregon Ultra (Cardinal/Legend Ink) ($136) are great pair of every day kicks. They feature a nice cardinal red which runs along the top of the upper and is featured on the tongue and as a netting on the midsole, as well as a dark Legend ink around the lower upper. If you want to get a pair in the states you'll have to get them from overseas for now.
The Cobalt Valkyrie-X Private Plane ($600K) is the fastest single piston private plane available. Capable of over 260 knots and with a cruising range of 1050 nautical miles, it'll get you to your destination quickly and in style. And if you're squeamish when it comes to flying you have a little less to worry about with the Valkyrie, because it comes with a parachute to soften those crash landings and a forewing to prevent the plane from stalling in the air. Additional features include enough space for 5, including the pilot and a Turbocharged 350HP engine. A rear engine pusher configuration that provides lower cabin noise, smoother and safer take-offs and landings, and unobstructed 320-degrees of visibility. If you have the scratch, private flight is a great way to travel.
Shake ($25) is all about taking the difficulty out of making great drinks. Shake believes that making drinks should be simple, social and fun. The book starts off with bartending boot camp and then moves on to a seasonally organized plethora of cocktails which emphasize fresh ingredients and bold flavors. Shake is 168 pages of awesome mixology, and is written by Eric Prum & Josh Williams.
Ahhhh yeaahhh! You know you want it. The latest drop by the famed labeled comes in the guise of a satin parka. The Supreme Quilted flight Satin Parka ($368) is a military spec coat made with flight satin nylon. Additional features include a full zip front with snap placket, hand pockets and faux lining around the hood and the interior of the jacket. You can get this bad boy in either black or orange.
Bartendro ushers in a new period of Geek Utopia. What could be more appealing to the technically inclined and the connoisseurs of, well booze, than Bartendro - The Cocktail Dispensing Robot ($99-$2300). Bartendro uses peristaltic pumps that dispense the correct amount of liquid for any drink. The Bartendro comes in a few cheaper configurations that don't include the raspberry pi or router, but the full kits are a single shot dispenser ($249-$299), three liquid dispenser ($499), the seven dispenser ($1,300), and the big papa Bartendo 15 ($2300). Wet your whistle and check out the teams Kickstarter video.
Ok, buying a fat bike for under $500 is unheard of. But buying one with an electric motor is insane. And if Sondors have their way, they'll make us all crazy with their Sondors eBike ($499). Besides being the most affordable eBike ever, it offers a powerful 350 W motor, a top speed of 20 mph, and a maximum range of 50 miles. But why a fat bike? Well, that's simple. If you have the power, then why limit where you can go. Their bike features all terrain tires that allow you to handle any environment in any weather condition. This includes taking your bike out in the snow or sand. Check out their Kickstarter campaign today.