Sneakerboy has opened up pre-orders on the new Y-3 Yohji Boost Black And White Mesh Low Top Sneaker ($320). The shoe features a patterned black and white lightweight upper which is made from a mesh technical material. The sole carries on the colorway with additional black & white coloring and a Boost rubber midsole. These bad boys are expected to deliver some time in August.
We love things that are made to last and the Seamless & Steadfast Enamel Steel Plates by Best Made ($35) are the best enamelware on the market. Each plate is baked using World War Two ear machinery. You get a seamless finish on a heavy steel plate. The edges which get the most wear have been reinforced with double the enamel. Plates come in packs of two for $35 or $90 for a pack of six.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGd2npEluSA OK, how in the world do you know this isn't going to kill you before you do it for the first time. Mike Wilson and Andrew Kirkpatrick went all the way to South Africa to build a 600ft Rope Swing. The swing goes straight down 600ft in to the Magwa Falls gorge. That's four seconds of free fall. You have to check out this amazing video.
The base of California, ICON creates hardcore machines by hand out of Jeeps and trucks. The vehicles they work most with are the Ford Bronco, Jeep CJ, and Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. Today we're going to take a look at the Toyota ICON Land Cruiser FJ40 ($130,000). Their customized FJ40 features all-aluminum body panels and a frame that's reinforced with steel rails. You have two options when it comes to the power plant. It comes standard with a Vortec 5.3-liter V8 with 350 horses or a customized 5.7-liter V8 LS6 that pushes 420 horses and 458-foot pounds of torque. Despite its ruggedness, the ICON FJ40 would make a great daily use vehicle, but like any big dog, it'll want to hit the trails once in a while.[gallery type="rectangular" ids="9560,9559,9558,9556"]
If your not into deep sea diving, but want to still get some cool under water photos check out the HydroView from Aquabotix ($4200). The HydroView weighs less than 10 lbs and travels down to 100 feet to give you a unique experience of the under water world. Driving the HydroView is pretty straightforward. It can be steered by either using the motion control on your ipad or via your laptop keyboard. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=3O_mmYEJiGQ width=640 height=480 anchor=video] on how to drive the HydroView and this second [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=APvh58GSA1I width=640 height=480 anchor=video] of some footage shot by the HydroView off of the Florida Keys.
There are one of two ways to go camping. One is to rough it, sleep under the stars, bath in the lake, etc. Or you could do it up in luxury. The Meriwether Tent ($1250) is a 16 x 9.5 ft high luxury tent that lets your do it up in style. It's made with a fully attached waterproof vinyl ground sheet and a water resistant canvas upper. It features a fully closable front screen door and 4 closable sidewall screens. It weighs 65 lbs and comes with all the poles, ground pegs, and reflective guy lines.