The Nike Roshe Run Sneakerboots Premium Leather Pack ($120) take the look of a great winter boot and combines it with the versatility of the Nike Roshe Run Sneaker. This version of the sneakerboot utilizes premium leather throughout and a quilt-stitched toebox and tongue. It also includes a padded collar, and rope laces that go through boot-like metal eyelets. These boots come in black and mercury grey versions. Check out additional pics after the break.(more…)
Man this is upsetting. The end of an era is upon us. The Land Rover Defender 2000000 ($TBA), will be one of the last trucks in one of the greatest runs in automotive history. The 2 millionth Defender built, will be completely bespoke and built with the help of some all-stars including Bear Grylls. The special model will contain many upgraded features and will only be available for purchase from the Bonhams charity auction on December 16th. This is right around the time the last Defender will be produced.
It's time to snuggle in with a great casual fall outfit. This one features a Todd Snyder Double Layer Popover Sweatshirt In Black Mix, layered over a J. Crew Slim End-On-End Linen-Cotton Shirt In Navy Plaid. The Baldwin Henley Jean in Neil is a nice medium jean that pulls both pieces in nicely. A Mismo tote along with other accessories from Hardgraft, and Caputo bring this whole fit together.1. Sweatshirt: Todd Snyder Double Layer Popover Sweatshirt In Black Mix ($138) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Slim End-On-End Linen-Cotton Shirt In Navy Plaid ($80) 3. Denim: Baldwin The Henley In Neil - Med ($315) 4. Shoes: Converse Jack Purcell Signature ($65) 5. Sunglasses: Persol 3048S Slim Aviator Sunglasses ($219) 6. Wallet: Hardgraft Bi-fold Wallet Natural ($115) 7. Bracelet: Hand-knotted Chevron Bracelet ($70) 8. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215)
It's not cool when Apple doesn't let you play your own games and It's definitely not cool that the new Xbox won't let you play your old 360 games and is going to charge an additional fee for playing used games. But the question is, will the new Xbox One ($TBA) still be worth buying when it eventually comes out later this year. Spec's show the Xbox One will have an AMD 8-core processor, 8GB DDRW RAM, support for Wi-Fi, 4k HDMI, 500GB hard drive, and finally a Blu-Ray optical drive. It will have two OS's, one for gaming and the other for apps. It will also have an updated Kinect sensor bar. Check out the new [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=Zxnx3W-HA18 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for Call of Duty: Ghosts and decide for yourself if it's going to be worth the upgrade.
If you're looking to take your iPhone 5 video to new heights, you need to consider getting the new Hitcase Pro ($129). The Hitcase Pro has a 3x wide-angle lens, which gives you a 170-degree field of view. It also comes with a rail mount that is fully go pro mount compatible. And don't worry, if you're hitting the waves or the slopes, the Hitcase Pro is water and shock proof. It also comes with a free App called Vidometer, which overlays your videos with your speed, altitude, shock and G-Force. And besides all that good stuff, you can still take a call and text when the case is on. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=tEjWPelLNSA width=640 height=480 anchor=video] of the Hitcase Pro in action.
3D printers and getting smaller, cheaper, and are producing lower resolution models. The new iBox Nano 3D Printer ($269) touts itself as the worlds smallest, most affordable and easiest to use 3D resin Printer. They want to lower the cost of entry to the point everyone can join. With just a touch of a button you can start producing your very own 3d models. There is no software to install, the iBox is wifi enabled and prints 328 microns on the X-Y axis and down to .39 microns on the Z axis. If you've been thinking about getting into 3D printing, but have been put off by the cost, the iBox Nano may be the answer to your prayers.