The Nanamica Versity Jacket ($689) takes cool to a whole new level. Nanamica takes the classic and adds a modern athletic cut and technical performance fabrics. Their updated version features a wool blended shell, leather sleeves and trim, finished off with ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem. The closure utilizes both a zipper and a stud placket for extra security. For a complete look combine this jacket with the: A.P.C. Petit New Standard Jean ($185), Bedwin & The Heartbreakers Hillel Baseball Tee ($139), Folk Waffle Sock ($20), and the ever classic Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s Hi ($90).
The Revolv Home Automation Hub ($299) allows you to control all of your smart devices from a single app. This includes thermostats, sensors, switches, speakers, lights, locks and much more. So if you're away from home you can lock your doors or turn on the lights. Got a hot date, set the mood with a couple pushes of a button. The Revolv works on Wifi so it can be placed anywhere in your home and can be set to trigger devices; manually, based on time, by location or when a sensor is triggered.
We just passed the 101st anniversary of the Titanic. What better way to commiserate than a tea bag holder. The Teatanic ($11) was designed by Gordon Adler in the likeness of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. It's made from stainless steel and is extremely easy to use. Insert your tea bag into the center and hook it on the side of your mug. When done, just squeeze the sides to get out all the goodness without the worry of burning your fingers.
I love Deus bikes. Every time they come out with something new they push a new envelope I didn't even know existed. The Pegasus By Deus Ex Machina ($TBA) started off as a hardtail Kawasaki W650. Jeremy from Deus stripped the bike down to its bare bones and started off by putting a 21-inch tire in front and a 17 incher in the rear. Each of the rims and hubs were powder coated in a bright orange hue. Additional updates included a Bates style head light, custom mirrors, a customized Yamaha SR400 fuel tank, and a motor coated in a beautiful black satin. The client who order the bike has two CBR1000 track-only Fireblades and '69 Camaro in the garage sporting eye bleed color schemes. The fluorescent orange on the new bikes wheels matches the Fireblades perfectly. If you've got a bike that needs an awesome facelift, give Deus a call. They'll produce something beyond your wildest expectations.
Swami's Surfboards ($700-$5600) are some of the most beautiful boards made. Swami's focuses on the iconic board shapes of the 50', 60's and 70's while creating the boards with modern materials and processes. Each of the their surfboards come in a multitude of shapes, sizes and prices. The higher priced boards are limited edition and only available through 20Ltd. No matter your skill level there is sure to be a board for you. Or you can just take it and hang it on your wall - yes, they are that beautiful.
The Mod Tablet 2 Folio ($300) is perfect for those who want to leave their backpack behind and still have all their gear with them. It comes in two sizes, for either tablets in the size of the iPad Air, or a smaller version for tablets in the range if the mini.The Mod Tablet 2 has a rather ingenious system of removable inserts. It comes with a primary insert which allows you to carry additional pens, cards, notebook, and cords. But then you can also choose from 13 other inserts to meet any of your other lifestyle needs. There's even an insert for stogie lovers. The Mod Table 2 would make a perfect lifestyle gift for Father's Day.