For a pocket knife which is truly unique, check out this fusion of Shinola’s edgy style and Benchmade’s quality blades. The Dymondwood handle is carved out of an individual piece of grain, which means no two knives will ever be identical. And with a patented AXIS locking mechanism, stainless steel hardware, fully adjustable pocket clip and a classy design, this Shinola X Benchmade Pocket Knife ($200) will give you the ultimate performance without compromising on style.
A collaboration between Marvel Co and Nikos Manafls Design, the Marvel 41 Armored Boat ($CALL) is an exceptional model within its field. A high-quality R.I.B that appeals to the hearts of thrill seekers. This avant-garde boat has been manufactured from Hypalon Neoprene Pennel and Flippo Orca 1670 DTEX for the most reliable and durable of finishes. With an all black frame and increased stability and balance, this versatile boat tackles all weather conditions while offering a striking design. The 41 can carry up to 10 passengers, and you'll love taking this bad boy through to high waves.
Tag Heuer has released their first smartwatch targeted at the luxury market. The Tag Heuer Connected Smartwatch ($1500) features craftsmanship by Tag, processors by Intel, and software by Google. The CEO, Jeane-Claude Biver, has recognized that classic watchmakers need to get on board with Silicon Valley or risk loosing market.The Tag Heuer Connect runs on the Android Wear operating system but features a classic Tag Heuer Carrera-inspired design. You get all of the luxury finishes you would expect from a $1500 watch. These include a 46.2mm wide and 12.8mm thick titanium case. A 360x360 pixel touchscreen, and an Intel Atom processor. Connectivity comes via Bluetooth and Wifi. And it also comes with 4GB of internal storage.One thing the Tag is missing that might keep you from jumping on board is a heart rate sensor. It seems Tag has placed craftsmanship over the latest smartwatch tech.And don't worry, if you don't like your new Tag Smartwatch you can trade it in for a mechanical version after two years for an additional $1500.
The Nikelab ACG.07.KMTR ($150) was made especially for the urban commuter. It features a water-repellent textile upper the helps keep the elements away. You get the protection of a full boot without the bulk and weight.The lightweight upper provides a flexible, sock-like fit and with slip-on construction comprised of magnet straps and a toggle system, you'll be able to get these on and off in a flash. Additional features include a rugged outsole pattern based on the NikeLab ACG Tallac Flyknit, a foam midsole, and a rubber outsole.The ACG.07.KMTR are available now from Nike.
HUF is clothing made by skateboarders for skateboarders. HUFs new 2013 clothing line contains pieces that feature the well-known cannabis print. The HUF Leaves Black Tee ($30) is a custom fit tagless 100% cotton t-shirt. The print on the back represents the HUF brand and the front pocket has a single cannabis leaf print. Hoodies are also available with the same print.
Redwood created its first watch in 2015. Their watches are inspired by the great outdoors and are meant to be reliable daily wear watches that can handle anything you throw at them. Their latest offering is the Rosewood Tactical Watch ($124) inspired by vintage diver watches. EEven though this watch is inexpensive, it is not cheap and comes with some really nice specs. The case is made of SS316 solid stainless steel, one of the most corrosion-resistant and indestructible steels available. And the PVD coating on the versions with black cases is anti-reflective and scratch-resistant.The Rosewood Tactical utilizes a Japanese quartz movement which is ultra-reliable and requires zero maintenance. The absence of moving parts makes it extremely shock-resistant. The battery has an expected battery life of 3-5 years.What's also great about this watch is its 100m water resistance which is perfect for the show and casual swimming.