Warby Parker has another release for you guys looking for a cool pair of shades. The Warby Parker Durand ($95) have a round roomy frame and come in two colors; The two-toned Saddle Russet and the Woodland Tortoise. They also feature five-barrel hinges, teflon coated screws, and are cut form a single sheet of acetate. The cool thing is that the price of the frames includes a pair of anti-reflective prescription lenses and a free pair of glasses goes to someone in need.
If you're looking to make an entrance check out the Nike Air Force 1 CMFT Mowabb - Sand dune & Black ($145). These are a brand new take on the classic Nike Air Force 1 silhouette. The Mowabb borrows its colorway and design details form an ACG archive design. The shoe features a leather upper with Sand Dune and black panels, layered with white detailing. Addition splashes of blue and orange and speckled detailing on the midsole finish off the shoe nicely.
It is amazing what you can do with under 800 square feet of living space. The Wirra Walla Pavilion ($NFS) isn't the main home on this 80 acres private property, but it looks welcoming enough to be just that.The Pavilion was Matthew Woodward's first design project and he hit the ball out of the park. Of course to show off his newly acquired talents he needed someone to believe in him and who better than his father.The Pavilion is cantilevered over an embankment and floats just 500mm above the flood level. Just yards away from his father's main residence, the home takes inspiration from Philip Johnson's Glass House located in Connecticut.The home features a main sitting area with hot tub, which can be opened up to the outdoors via sliding glass doors, a bedroom, and shower. Add a small kitchen and this home would make a killer bachelor pad.
Bushcarft 101 ($10) was written by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury to be the ultimate resource for experiencing the backcountry. Based on the five C's of survival - cutting tools, covering, combustion, containers, and cordages, it covers all of the skills you need to manage resources and really experience the wilderness. It covers how to choose the right items for your pack, making tools and supplies, how to collect and cook food, and sheltering yourself from the elements. With this book by your side you'll be well prepared for almost any situation.
There is nothing like riding a bike you love on a beautiful sunny day without a care in the world. Now the next time you get on your bike think about whether you love it or you just accept all of its faults. The guys at Sole Bicycle love bikes and they build bikes that people enjoy riding and are priced amazingly. Its hard believe that their Sole Micklish Bike ($379) only costs what it does. Their bikes come in four sizes and you can flip flop the hub to go from fixie to single speed just in case you really like coasting. Sole is taking pre-orders now with expected shipments starting July 12th-24th.
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.