This outfit is perfect for going to work and heading right out to the bar and dinner. It starts off with the classic J. Crew Ludlow Blazer which is paired with a pale blue Oxford from Todd Snyder, and some great jeans from Baldwin. The Miansai M12 watch and leather Chukkas from Red Wing bring everything together.1. Blazer: J. Crew Ludlow Legacy Blazer In American - Navy ($350) 2. Shirts: Todd Snyder Cotton Button-Down Collar Shirt In Light Blue ($158) 3. Denim: Baldwin The Henley In Neil - Med ($315) 4. Boots: Red Wing 3322 Weekender Chukka ($249) 5. Tie: The Tie Bar Roadway Stripe ($19) 6. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 7. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 8. Sunglasses: Rayban Custom Aviator Glasses ($180) 9. Wallet: Shinola Classic Bifold Wallet - Bourbon ($225)
Analog Motorcycles is a bike customization shop out of Gurnee, Il started by Tony Prust in the Summer of 2009. They pretty much do everything, from small accessory upgrades to full custom bikes. One of their coolest, is the 1973 Yamaha RD350 S2RD BY Analog Motorcycles ($TBA). The bike features a ton of working including; Ducati S2R front neck and front suspension, custom upholstery by Rod's Designs, paint job by Crown Auto body, custom Hel brake lines, and cusotm spacers for Brembo rotors and calipers. This bike is clean, but the wheels and white handlebar grips add a nice refined flare to an otherwise subdued presentation.
The Spring-mounted BIUS1 Bike Pedals ($310) are the first pedals that accounts for your body's natural movement. It prevents knee pain and numb feet through the use of springs which allow for a natural three-dimensional movement.The BIUS1 features aluminum studs that grip the shoe while springs allow the pedal to move in and out and twist on multiple axes. This gives the rider the ability to pedal using a skating motion if desired. The pedals are made form aircraft aluminum with teflon coated bearings.
For those who love camping but hate roughing it, Vintage Teardrop Camping Trailers ($10,500+) may be just the ticket. These beautifully made trailers hold all of your gear, eliminate the need to setup a tent, you don't have to sleep on an uneven air mattress or sleep on the hard ground. Each Trailer sleeps two adults, are light and easily maneuverable. And don't worry if you can't afford one, they're available for rent.
As the websites say, the Daymak C5 Blast Go-Kart ($10,000+) is the fastest go-kart on the planet. It runs 100% on electricity and the Ultimate version will go from 0 to 60 in less than 1.5 seconds. To put that in a little perspective, the P1 McLaren has a 2.7 second 0-60 split time. To reach that kind of acceleration, the C5 utilizes twelve EDF motors, 8 - 120mm EDF 840KV for the sides and 4 - 120mm EDF 720KV for the rear. Additional features include twelve 5000mAH batteries, and rear hydraulic disc brakes, and liquid cooling. You probably don't need one, but we know you want one.