You've all seen Hunter boots around. More than likely they were on a cute soccer mom. But now they've released a sneaker for us guys. The Hunter Daleton Sneakers ($115) are a minimalist designed shoe made to keep you dry when it gets sloppy outside. The upper is made from waterproof rubber and has a elasticized gusset to make these easy to take on and off. It also includes an all leather insole that sits on a stylish contrasting outersole. These sneakers are available in three colors; black, navy, and brown & olive.
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.
The ClamCase Pro iPad Keyboard ($170) for the iPad is the keyboard you've been waiting for. Mimicking the iMac Pro, the ClamCase Pro provides an aluminum enclosure and polycarbonate shell for top of line durability. The case has a 360 degree hinge, so it can be used as a laptop or folded back to be used as a tablet. You also get a lithium-ion battery that allows for months on a single charge. Check out the [video_lightbox_vimeo5 video_id=56673198 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for the ClamCase Pro.
Our buying guide, The Best Men's watches Under $200, looks to up your watch game by offering you watch options that have some specs that you may have missed in our buying guide that featured men's watches under $100. In this guide, you'll start to see watches that include updated styling, swiss movements, better water resistance, and higher quality bands.Related: The Best Men's Watches Under $100Some details to keep in mind. For the most part, if a watch does not have a water resistance 100 meters or more, I would look to avoid water altogether. If it's rated at 100 meters, it should be OK in the shower, or for a quick dip in the pool. If it comes with a leather band, though, I wouldn't risk it. Leather and water just don't go together.
Meet the ultimate kitchen companion, the GrillTimer Watch ($50). You didn't misread, it really is a watch! The bezel on this unique timepiece allows you to perfectly determine the time passed and the time remaining for a variety of meals including burgers, shrimp, kabobs and more. It's powered by a reliable Seiko quartz movement with a stainless steel case that will work with any 20mm strap. Splash resistant and sauce splatter resistant the GrillTimer Watch is for the modern Chef.
Looking for the ultimate professional camera? Then the Nikon D4S ($6500) might just fit the bill. The ultra-powerful DSLR features a 16.2-megapixel full-frame image sensor thats been paired with Nikon's Expeed 4 image processor. All this means is that this camera is much better at shooting in low light conditions than its predecessors, even if you need a faster shutter speed. It also has a buffer that's big enough to hold 200 large JPEG frames before it's filled up. And if you're a video buff the Nikon D4S can shoot 1920 x 1080 footage at 60 fps. The Nikon D4S is now available for pre-order.