This outfit is perfect for going to work and heading right out to the bar and dinner. It starts off with the classic J. Crew Ludlow Blazer which is paired with a pale blue Oxford from Todd Snyder, and some great jeans from Baldwin. The Miansai M12 watch and leather Chukkas from Red Wing bring everything together.1. Blazer: J. Crew Ludlow Legacy Blazer In American - Navy ($350) 2. Shirts: Todd Snyder Cotton Button-Down Collar Shirt In Light Blue ($158) 3. Denim: Baldwin The Henley In Neil - Med ($315) 4. Boots: Red Wing 3322 Weekender Chukka ($249) 5. Tie: The Tie Bar Roadway Stripe ($19) 6. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 7. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 8. Sunglasses: Rayban Custom Aviator Glasses ($180) 9. Wallet: Shinola Classic Bifold Wallet - Bourbon ($225)
The current working from home phenomenon has never been so thoroughly explored as it is in this new and illuminating book from the bestselling founders of 37signals Fried and Hansson. Remote: Office Not Required ($11) takes an in depth look at this surging trend of employees who never enter an office to work, they simply log on in their own home, or anywhere else for that matter. They also explain the challenges that come with this work ethos and well as the often unexpected benefits. Most importantly they show us why, with a few notable and controversial exceptions like Yahoo, more businesses than ever are going down this road to get things done.
The THINO charger ($54) might be something you’re already familiar with but for those of you who aren’t this memory stick like device allows you to quickly charge your smartphone. It’s an invaluable item for travel when you simply can’t afford to be without a decent charge. Where standard charging cables may take up to an hour to charge your phone, the THINO takes only 20 minutes. THINO is also doubling its capacity in the newer model but keeping its already amazing price. Plus it’s compatible with both Android and Apple smartphones so no matter what “team” you’re on you can still benefit from the THINO.
If you're looking to get a customized bike in the style of a cafe racer, there's a good chance you're going to start off with a BMW. A lot of the write-ups we do are based on these iconic bikes. These includes the T63 By Angry Motors or the Diamond Atelier Mark II Series. The latest is a Customized BMW R80 by Ironwood Custom Motorcycles ($CALL).The bike started off as a 1985 BMW R80 and features a ton of customizations including a custom leather seat, matching Alcantara tank strap, a Hyperpro emulsion rear shock, Brembo brake disk, custom LED taillights, and Fehling clip-ons.
The Lito Green Motion SORA ($41,000) marks the next generation of fully electric superbike. The SORA gets its design elements from the Bobber and Cafe Racer/Street Fighter bikes. The SORA comes with a powerful electric motor and CVT transmission. You'll be able to go over 185 miles on a single charge and go from 0-124 mph without having to touch a clutch. Because there are minimal moving parts, vibration from the bike is virtually non-existant. You'll feel like you're flying down the road. The SORA is now available for test drives.
We all have our favorite actor who took on the roll of James Bond. Whether you're a Sean Connery or a Daniel Craig fan, we all have our favorites. But what about one of the biggest stars of every James Bond film, the cars. James Bond Cars ($21) pays homage to the legendary vehicles that demand just as much attention as the actors. Whether you're a fan of the iconic Aston Marin with its ejector seat, the BMW Z3 or the Rolls-Royce Phantom, there's a James Bond car you're sure to love. They even take a look at the rides belonging to Bond girls and the arch villains. James Bond Cars may be the ultimate coffe table book for guys.