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What do you get when you cross A Bathing Ape style with The Air Jordan 1? You get a pretty awesome shoe from JB F Customs. The JBF Customs Bape Air Jordan 1 Sneakers ($1500) has brought this creation to life, but utilizing materials from an original Bape jacket and Bape denim jeans. The shoes feature a white midsole and JBF branding on the tongue. If you want your own pair, you'll have to get in touch with JBF and provide them with your own pair of Air Jordan 1s. If you have other ideas for custom footwear you'd like to see brought to reality shoot him a line, and he'll be happy to take a look at your project.
When you think of a beverage with your dessert, you usually settle for a nice big glass of milk, a nice cup of coffee or a cappuccino. But have you considered a beer? As part of its first-anniversary celebration the small brewery out of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina has released Mexican Cake Beer. Westbrook Mexican Cake Beer ($10) may be the perfect beer for your dessert, or you can just have the beer for the dessert itself. Mexican Cake Beer is a beautifully crafted imperial stout that is aged on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks, and fresh Habanero peppers. So buck the trend and have a bottle of Mexican Cake with your next dessert.
You never know when you're going to need one, but there is something to be said for always being prepared. The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool ($35) will give you the piece of mind you're looking for. It has a spring loaded steel tip window punch, a 440c stainless steel hook blade to cut your seatbelt or ropes, a LED light and a 1/2 serrated 440c stainless steel blade. And if you're looking for an EDC (everyday carry) tool, the T3 also comes with a stainless steel belt clip & a nylon sheath.
Having been in development for over two years the Jays u-JAYS Headphones ($200) may have a minimalist design but they also deliver optimum sound quality and power too. The super-comfortable on-ear design fits snuggly over the ear and their lightweight construction makes them easy to wear. To further extend the life of your u-JAYS you can also upgrade parts over time, including cables and ear cups. They also come with cable controls that have been optimized for all major platforms including iOS and Android. The u-Jays will be dropping some time in the 3rd quarter so checkout their site for more details.
The Mack By DP Customs ($CALL) is back, and it's here to dominate both the road and the race track, with a monster 1250cc V-Twin engine and more superior racing parts than you can shake your wrench at. DP Customs based in Arizona are renowned for their legendary projects, and The Mack is no exception. Its rugged retro cafe racer appearance is punctuated by striking carbon black and Porsche Voodoo Blue paintwork. The biggest question is, where does it feel most at home? On the track or the road? The answer is most certainly both!