The only way to describe this shoe is smooth. The Air Jordan Prime 5's Wolf Grey/Black/White ($TBA) are regularly reinvented, but this new colorway is just sick. It features a black toebox, heel, and collar beautifully accented with a patterned wolf grey quarter panel. All this awesomeness sits on a white midsole with a grey outersole. Wish out of Atlanta are currently taking email and phone orders.
If ever there was a movie that the majority of guys could relate to it's Something About Mary ($7). It tells the story of a guy who has a chance to get together with his dream girl from high school after he blew his chance back then on a date that was a disaster with a capital D. Starring Ben Stiller, Cameron Diaz and Matt Dillon and directed by the Farrelly brothers, this is a movie of comedic genius that will have you laughing out loud however many times you've seen it.
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.
Looking for a solid old school work truck? The you have to take a look at this 1949 Ford F1 Pickup Truck ($70K). This ride has been completely overhauled. No detail has been overlooked, from the FORD lettering, to the stainless-trimmed, hickory bed. The power plant features a 351 cubic inch Windsor crate motor the pushes a nice 325 horses. Additional features include a polished Edelbrock carburetor, and K&N X-Stream air filter. This whole kit is paired with a C6 3-speed. On the interior you'll get modern air conditioning, seats in supple ultra-leather hide, chrome handle pulls, and a tilting Carrera banjo-style steering wheel. If you're look for a sweet resto-mod, this beauty will definitely fit the bill.
In this updated and expanded edition of Vintage Spirits And Forgotten Cocktails ($15) , expert, drink aficionado and historian Dr. Cocktail adds yet another 20 fine new recipes to his hand-picked collection of the 80 rare-and-worth-rediscovering drink recipes. He shares revelations about the latest trends in cocktails, provides new resources for some of the more uncommon ingredients, and gives us indepth profiles of many of movers and shakers in the cocktail world. Bursting with expanded anecdotes historic facts and and full-color vintage images courtesy of some very uncommon sources this is a must-have volume for all of those who enjoy an icy drink accompanied by an unforgettable tale.
Daneson Toothpicks ($20+) make high-end toothpicks for the connoisseur. They offer a multitude of flavors which include Salted Birch, CinnaMint, Lemon, Mint, Smoked, and of course their famous Single Malt No16. They make the Single Malt from barrel aged Islay single malt scotch from a 200-year-old distillery. Daneson soaks the white birch alder toothpicks in the scotch and kiln dries them leaving behind the subtle flavors of the scotch. They guarantee each bottle will have 12 toothpicks, but that you should expect more.