The Adidas ZX 710 were one of the brands top models in the eighties. First released in 1987 they are now getting reissued in an awesome new colorway. The Adidas ZX 710 (Mustard & Burgundy) ($100) feature uppers with suede in mustard, and a burgundy mesh. The Adidas stripes are in white with blue accents. If you have a favorite pair of khakis, these just might be the kicks you pair them with.
Jeep just unveiled it latest edition to the Jeep SRT family. The Jeep SRT Night Edition ($70K) is a special-edition model that features a colorway themed after the setting sun. Wrapped in a Velvet Red, the Night Edition is beautiful. They are also offering Billet Silver and Granite Crystal colroways. The only exterior, black components are the roof, rear spoiler, grille surrounds, the 20-inch wheels, and the badging. The interior is just as intense with all black leather with silver stitching and dark chrome trim. The Night Edition comes standard with a 6.4-liter V-8 pushing 475 horses. This setup gives a split of 0-60 mph in under 4.6 seconds. The car is stunning but for $70K I might be looking at something else.
Speed kills. But some times you just can't help yourself. The 300+ horsepower Bienville Legacy ($250K) is a machine that would be hard to keep below triple digits. One look at the bike and one of the first words that comes to mind is 'weird', when you look at the specs the next words are 'ridiculously overpowered'. But the Legacy is much more than those obvious descriptions. It very well could be the start of a movement to reinvigorate master craftsmanship in America.The dream started with Jim Jacoby, an entrepreneur sitting on a sizable amount of money, and J.T. Nesbitt, one of the most renowned motorcycle designers in the world. One of the bikes Nesbitt worked on was the beautiful Confederate Wraith.Who about the specs? Well the Legacy features a huge 1650cc Motus MV4 engine. J.T. added a Rotrex centrifugal supercharger which upped the stock 185 horses to over 300 ponies.The bikes will be sold to only serious collectors who will be required to exhibit the bikes around the U.S. and act as an ambassador for master craftsmanship and design
The Jerry Can Hip Flask ($21) plays on the timelessness of the iconic Jerry Can. Jerry cans are usually seen on the back of jeeps to hold fuel or water for long or off-road trips. This Jerry Can can be used to hold water, but is really made for a different kind of fuel. It's made entirely of 18/8 stainless steel, holds about 6 ounces of liquor and comes in at 4"x2.75"x1.25". The Jerry Can Hip Flask is one of the strongest flasks you'll find and easily slips in your pocket so you can take it anywhere.
Gitman Brothers and The Hill-Side have collaborated to create some incredible shirts for their SS13 collection. Gitman is known for the shirt making while Hill-side is best known for their accessories. Together you get well crafted and beautifully styled garments. The Selvedge Indigo Discharge Print, Polka Dots ($220) has a tailored fit, is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton sourced from Okayama, Japan and has a Red-line selvedge on the inside of the front placket. The American Calico Floral Print in Navy ($170) also has a tailored fit, and is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton sourced from the United States. Check out Hickorees for more Gitman Vintage TH-S shirts.
Last week we shared with you Fear of God's Season 4 Collection. This week designer Jerry Lorenzo has just dropped some photos of his upcoming Fear Of God Season 4 Footwear Collection ($TBA). Based on the images the shoes take inspiration from military boots. They're made with a beautiful leather upper with a white sole that has a jagged patterned outsole. Stayed tuned for details on the release date for this collection.