The new Jordan Flight Flex Trainer ($100) is one sharp shoe. Made for a variety of training activities, it features a no-sew mesh upper for a breathable lightweight fit. Of course you get Nike's Flywire technology for lockdown support and stability. Available in multiple colorways, the shoe shown features a Cool Grey upper with a patterned heel and Team Orange accents.
They've been described as feeling like taking a walk on air, but surely just eliminating the possibility of painful blisters and looking absolutely boss would be enough? Talented specialists at Adidas launched their new line of ZX 8000 Boost shoes earlier this year to raving reviews, not surprising with its astonishing 'Boost' midsole and a Back to the Future retro vibe. The latest silhouette added to the Adidas line up makes a huge impact. The explosive adidas ZX8000 Boost 'Solar Red' ($190) is seriously hot, featuring a striking red upper with reflective detail, contrasting luxurious black suede toe and white EVA sole. Don't just imagine feeling ultra-comfortable and content on your next stride out, make it happen right now!
The Tesla Model 3 ($35,000) just debuted and its already acquired more than 150,000 preorders. That's roughly 5.25 Billion in sales. Not bad for a company that barely sold 50,000 cars all of last year.Although the Model 3 is the most affordable car in the companies lineup, a lot of attention was paid to the details. The fully electric design gives the Model 3 a 200-mile range, and it can reach 60 miles per hour in under six seconds.On the inside you won't see your standard gauges, everything is controlled through a centrally located flat screen console. Additional features include a low center of gravity providing improved handling, an aluminum chassis and room for five. If you have $1,000 laying around you can pre-order yours today. Expect deliveries sometime late 2017.
Just before the New York International Auto show, Lincoln has released a Lincoln Navigator SUV Concept ($TBA) that features a nautical design which makes you wish you had a beach house.The outside of the concept is a vast improvement over the current model replacing a boxy look with a more rounded modern feel. Instead of the standard four doors, it comes with two massive gullwing doors and automatic triple step running boards.When you lift the hood, you'll find a 400 horsepower 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6. For my tastes, I would've preferred to see a V8 at the minimum.On the inside, the first thing you'll notice is a widescreen display for every seat including the rear row. Additional features include park assist, active safety features, and an intercom system.If Lincoln can up the engine power a bit, they may have a winner on their hands.
The New Balance M998BR Kith Exclusives ($300) are an amazing looking shoe. The U.S. made 998's are a classic amongst runners and the new colorway will be it a favorite for non-runners as well. The shoes overall black color with the off-white midsole will go with almost any outfit. The uppers are made from multiple materials including suede and a heavy duty canvas box. The kicker are the red accents and the 3m reflective rope lace accents that make the shoe a must have.Update: Kith is sold out of these, so if you want to pick up a pair you'll have to check them out on eBay.(more…)
Batteries, batteries, and more batteries. It seems like everywhere you look are batteries for every piece of electronic gear you own. The BatteryBox ($139) is next up in the game with its palm size offering for your Smartphone or laptop. The BatteryBox can provide enough juice to charge your iPhone eight times, run your Macbook Air for 12 hours, or run your Macbook Pro for 6 hours. It comes with a LED status indicator so you always know how much juice you have left. The best part about the Batterybox is its BatteryOS which controls the lithium-ion batters. The BatteryOS enables the batteries to have a higher capacity and not degrade over time. So you get 3000 full charges and a 96% capacity retention after 5 years. The BatteryBox is available for preorder today.