If you don't already know, Cafe Racer Dreams is one of the top bike customizers in the world. They create retro looking bikes that will make your mouth water. Their latest is the CRD #42 BMW R1100GS "Desert" ($TBA). The bike started off as a 1998 BMW R1100GS, and then completely customized by the CRD team. Upgrades included, fully customized subframe, new forks, motogadget speedometer, Continental tires, custom seat, and of course a brand new paint job. Check out the video below to see #42 in all of its glory.
DP Customs is one of our favorite bike customizers. They run out of Arizona and build some of the coolest bikes on the planet. One of their latest builds is the "13" By DP Custom Cycles ($CALL). If you're looking for a clean timeless aesthetic this is the bike for you. It features a powerful 1200cc engine, custom mid-glide front end, alloy wheels in a gold finish, and Brembo brakes. Besides the red, gold, and white on the tank and fender, everything else is finished in a beautiful black matte. Want one for yourself? Give the guys a call.
The Maker's Mark Cigar ($11) provides a great experience for those looking for a smooth relaxing smoke. The cigar is made from all natural ingredients, with long-leaf tobacco coming form the Dominican Republic and aromatically enhanced with Maker's Mark own bourbon. And forget about needing a humidor, the cigar comes in a glass tube and sealed with wax for an air-tight container. The Maker's Mark Cigar is great for the golf course or any outing.
In recent weeks we've done write-ups on Futures in Green & White as well as Dark Chocolate. In just two days you'll be able to get these bad boys in Black. The Air Jordan Future Premium QS Woven - Black ($375) will be dropping over at Oneness on November 29th. The shoes feature a minimalistic one-piece leather woven upper, sitting on a white midsole and a clear gum outsole. Make sure to mark your calendars because these will probably sell out pretty fast.
The LKPR 'No Comply' Canadian Maple Headphones ($205) are a hat tip to the skateboarding culture of the 80's as well as today's great musicians and songwriters. The No Comply headphones have wooden ear cups, that give you a natural organic feel while providing you a greener alternative to mass produced products. The ear cups are made from hard maple, which are natural noise cancelers due to the woods high density. While the 40mm titanium drivers deliver music the way the artist intended. Additional features include natural leather cups, aircraft-grade aluminum, and RCA plugs for the best possible connection. You can get your ear cups in natural maple, black, ruby, or made from skateboards. That's right, you can get your ear cups made from one of your own skateboards or use one from LKPR's skateboard junkyard. Check out their Kickstarter campaign today.
Supreme is coming out swinging and their Supreme Fall/Winter 2013 ($TBA) line looks like it's ready to kick ass and take names. The new line features everything from quilted leather hoodie jackets, to a collab with Schott that resulted in a cool sheepskin number, and if you like your attire a bit more classic there is even a wool trench. The line goes on sale on Aug 22nd at their Ny, LA, and London stores. Japan follows on the 24th, with their online shop opening on the 29th. If you're in any of those cities I suggest getting in line real early.