Lets get straight to the point. The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat ($TBA) features a supercharged 6.2-liter 600 horsepower HEMI Hellcat V8 that will make other muscle cars run for cover. The power plant sits on 20-inch forged aluminum wheels wrapped in 245/45 Goodyear tires. Stopping power is provided through 15.4 inch Brembo rotors clamped by six-piston calipers. Check out the video below to see how a muscle car should sound.
The Hamilton Khaki Pioneer Pilot Black Dial Watch ($398) is a less expensive watch that just looks great. The watch features a 41mm stainless steel case, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and a striped 22mm wide NATO nylon strap. Two sub-dials display 60 seconds and 30 minutes and it's water resistant to 100 meters. If you're looking for an all black NATO strap you can pick a well made Maratac for a good price.
You wouldn't use a road bike to go mountain biking, so why use street shoes to run trails. Under Armour has just released the Under Armour FTHR Shield TRC Storm Trail Running Shoes ($119). The CompFit upper provides a locked-in feeling that lets you make quick changes in any direction, Storm Technology keeps you dry, while the micro lug treads provide grip when you need it. Always make sure you have the right shoe for the right surface.
There has never been a better time to be a beer drinker, but it also the most confusing time thanks to the dizzying array of beer we now have on draft. Beer expert Joshua M. Bernstein comes to our rescue with his great book The Complete Beer Course ($16), which demystifies brews and breaks down the elements that make the basic flavor of beer spin off into many distinctively delicious and different directions. Built around a series of easy-to-follow classes, this course hops between lagers and pilsners to Trappist ales,hazy wheat beers, Belgian-style abbey, aromatic pale ales, bitter IPAs, Barrel aged brews, roasty stouts, belly-warming barley wines, and those mouth-puckering sour ales. There is even a master class on international beers and another the pairing of beer with food and how to start own beer cellar. Through targeted, suggested tastings, you will learn what to drink and when and what to dump down a drain.
Every weekend we'll scour the web and provide you with links to all the cools things we found. And as always, we give you a little something extra to get you through to Monday.1. Emily Ratajkowski - Listal2. 10 Things You Should Stop Wearing After You Turn 30 - Complex3. Top of the Hops: Paste's IPA Challenge - Round 3, The Elite Eight - Paste Magazine4. 25 'F*ck Yeah' Tumblrs You Aren't Following Yet - Mashable5. If I Ever Got A Tattoo I'd Want Yomico Moreno To Do It - Unreality Mag6. How Obama Decided God Was OK With Marriage Equality - BuzzFeed7. What If The Sun Just Totally Disappeared - Gizmodo8. 22 Badass Reboots of Lame Characters - Cracked9. Mike Greenberg's 6 favorite Books - The Week
Mike Posner is one of my favorite artists. Not just because he's from my old stomping grounds of Detroit, but because he's one of the most honest artists I know. After five years of dealing with the trials and tribulations of the music industry and taking a long hard trip towards self awareness and acceptance he's finally released his latest LP Mike Posner - The Truth ($4).If you don't know Mike, in 2010 he released two of his biggest hits, Please Don't Go and Cooler Than Me. His earlier efforts are marked with a distinct Hip Hop feel, while his latest releases I would describe as au naturel. His naked true self laid out for the audience to either reject or accept. There's not pretense, just beautiful, honest lyrics aligned with great beats.Be As You Are is beautiful, but the other songs are equally amazing (I Took a Pill In Ibiza, being one of my favorites). For $4 bucks, The Truth is a no brainer. Also if you're going to be in the Philly area on July 29th, you can check Mike out doing an unplugged set at Milkboy, 1100 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA. You can buy tickets here.https://youtu.be/v1tSfQbtKMU