A fresh new colorway has arrived for the Nike Hyperchase and as with their previous releases it’s not one to be missed, behold the cool edge of the Wolf Grey and White silhouette. Another future sneaker classic the Nike Hyperchase Wolf Grey White ($124) incorporates many cutting edge features including a unique heel counter, breathable mesh upper and cushioned midsole for total support and extreme comfort. The modern, low profile and sleek lines are further enhanced by the lightweight construction and asymmetrical U-throat design. All of which add up to one dynamic basketball shoe, so get the Nike Hyperchase advantage yourself and step up your game.
The Rungu Juggernaut Bike ($2900) was built to offer extreme stability at lower speeds. The three wheel design allows you to move over obstacles as hight as six inches at crawl speed. The Juggernauts long wheelbase and three 4.7" tires can float on sand and snow up to 50% better than traditional two-wheel fat bikes. Additional features include aluminum frame, low gearing for difficult terrain, hydraulic rear breaks, and dual front brakes for dependable braking regardless of weather or temperature.
The Inherent Vice - Official Trailer ($TBA) starts off with Doc Sportello's ex-girlfriend showing up with a story about her billionaire land developer boyfriend and a plot by his wife and her boyfriend to kidnap him and put him in the loony bin. Needless to say, by the end of the story, Doc needs to walkaway. Inherent Vice features an all star cast including Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, and Martin Short. With these all stars playing a cast of characters that includes surfers, hustlers, dopers, rockers, killer loan sharks, badass cops, an undercover sax player, and a guy only known as Golden Fang, you know its going to be a thrill ride.http://youtu.be/wZfs22E7JmI
Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too. The Adidas Pure Boost ($120) combines the best in performance Adidas has to offer wrapped in a stylish package. The Pure Boost midsole provides the maximum energy return and comfort in a minimalistic design. The shoe is topped with a simple upper that features breathable four-way stretch seamless material and no sock liner. Instead of the sock liner it has a Tirrenina suede heel made from sustainable luxury fiber without any solvents to keep your foot in place. All of this awesomeness only weighs 8.3 ounces. The Pure Boost will be available May 14th on the brands website.
LSTN is a startup company in Hollywood, Ca, and they make great looking and sounding headphones. Based around the concept that because instruments are made out of wood for its accoustic properties, it only makes sense that headphones be made from wood as well. The LSTN Troubadour's ($150) are made from handcrafted reclaimed wood supplied from flooring and furniture manufacturers around the world. They have nylon wrapped chords and gold plated plugs. A portion of each puchase will go to helping provide hearing aids for the deaf. Its always a win win when you can get a product an help someone in need at the same time.
The LKPR 'No Comply' Canadian Maple Headphones ($205) are a hat tip to the skateboarding culture of the 80's as well as today's great musicians and songwriters. The No Comply headphones have wooden ear cups, that give you a natural organic feel while providing you a greener alternative to mass produced products. The ear cups are made from hard maple, which are natural noise cancelers due to the woods high density. While the 40mm titanium drivers deliver music the way the artist intended. Additional features include natural leather cups, aircraft-grade aluminum, and RCA plugs for the best possible connection. You can get your ear cups in natural maple, black, ruby, or made from skateboards. That's right, you can get your ear cups made from one of your own skateboards or use one from LKPR's skateboard junkyard. Check out their Kickstarter campaign today.