Life jackets are a must-have for all water sports, yet many see them as a nuisance rather than an asset. Hyde aims to change that, creating The Wingman ($150), the first and last life jacket you'll ever want to wear. The Wingman boasts a number of useful features including manual ripcord activation, a hydration sleeve, modular and waistpack storage, zippered pockets and even a headphone channel. Offering a minimal appearance, comfortable fit and the utmost levels of safety, the Wingman is a versatile life jacket suitable for swimmers, surfers, triathletes, fishermen and any others who enjoy life on the water.
The toughest truck money can buy. The Legacy Power Wagon ($185,000) is the child of Legacy Classic Trucks out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Each of their conversations takes over 600 hours and result in the complete nut and bolt restoration of a vintage Dodge Power Wagon bringing it back its original aesthetic. In the conversion, you get a 426 Legacy Magnum V8 425 HP engine or a 3.9 Liter Cummins Turbo-Diesel with 480 ft/lbs of torque. You have your choice of 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. Tires are available in 16", 17", and 20 inches. And let us not forget the paint. You have five color options, or you can go completely custom. The Legacy Power Wagon is for those gents who demand the finest.
OK, I definitely need to get one of these for the office! The Cassette Tape Coffee Table ($1499) made by Tayble is not only cool, but it is also incredibly functional with some really nice features. The table is handmade with hardwood, comes with a customizable label, and stainless steel cup holders illuminated with LED lights. The wooden tape run is held closed by magnets and when opened offers storage for remotes and magazines. You can also choose your legs. If you're into retro the Cassette Tape Coffee Table is a must have.
Thinking of buying your very own race car? You might want to take a look at this little Ferrari being auctioned later this month. RM Auctions will auction a 1997 Ferrari F310 B ($750K-$950K) on November 21st. The F310 B up for auction, is the eighth of just nine built. It ran in the Grand Prix at Monza, and the Grand Prix at Spa. The F310 B is equipped with a 730-horsepower, 3.0 litter V10 engine and was retired by Ferrari in 1999. The designer of the car, John Barnard, stated that he made the car to be "easy to drive, stable, and consistent." If you love heading out to your local track for race day, you'll love this ride.(more…)
The Adidas ZX 500 Og Weave ($138) is part of the Adidas SS14 lineup and will be dropping on March 1st. The new shoes can only be described as smooth. They feature the classic ZX 500 silhouette, with a mesh and suede upper, in tan & white with touches of collegiate red on the heel and tongue. The laces, Adidas stripes, and the front of the outsole are all in a matching shade.
They brought in the best team there is to reimagine a tired and beaten up old Ducati 1000s and ended up turing it into an awesome Custom Ducati X Digital Directiv ($CALL). It got one seriously badass overhaul! With a host of modern upgrades we can confirm that literally no expense was spared but don’t expect to be seeing any hint of carbon fiber, as it had to remain a timeless classic. A hand sewn seat, digital dash, iPhone compatible Bluetooth and performance parts all come together to create an absolute two-wheeled masterpiece that is completely unique. But if you think that’s it though you’d be very wrong as the integrated Bluetooth system can sense your approach and automatically turns on or off as needed, genius! This fantastic modern classic is sure to be a hit with Ducati and vintage bike fans alike; I mean how could this beautiful piece not?