The TIK: The World's Leanest Keychain ($49), lets you put your keys the same places you put your credit cards. It's made from a Yaban SLA bicycle chain and can be customized to fit as many keys as you need. The best part is that no matter how many keys you carry it will always be thin. Additional benefits include a 40% weight savings over regular key chains, greater leverage when turning in the lock, and an unlimited number of keys. The Kickstarter is offering 48 of the most popular key blanks available which covers 95% of all keys used.
Focusing on exceptional fit, the ENTRY SG Excellent Weave Shirts ($62) are the newest release from the Japanese brand. Designed as an evolution from their original t-shirt design, these long sleeve tops are knitted using a specially designed machine which creates a product that is soft to the touch and flows molding around your body. 100% cotton and fully breathable, these t-shirts use recycled material to create an environmentally friendly item of clothing that also pairs perfectly with casual jeans and trainers. Ideal for all weathers with its elasticated cuffs and tailored neckline, this t-shirt is available in a variety of colors to suit each man's personal style.
Venier is an Italian bike customization company that takes mass produced bikes and turns them into incredible machines. One of the classics they like to work with is the Moto Guzzi NTX, a classic police motorcycle used in the 90's. Out of one of these they created the Tractor V75 By Venier Customs ($TBA). Some of its features include a double front light, Vee rubber tires, cutom piping, a handmade tank and gas cap, and much more. If your interested contact Venier for pricing.
The Paul Smith Quilted Blazer ($275) from the AW13 collection adds a little style to your fall wardrobe. The blazer is constructed with a full polyester shell and stuffed with a down blend. An additional bonus is the graphic trim on the interior which celebrates the work of New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. The blazer also includes a full button front closure and three front pockets.
Google is finally pulling back the curtains on its much anticipated wearable computer, Google Glass ($1500). The Google Glass is a wearable computer. It does pretty much everything that your current mobile devices can do, except handsfree. The Glass allows you to record video, take photos, get directions, do searches and basically share your daily experiences with anyone you want. The Glass augments reality by allowing you to gather information on demand. Google is allowing a handful of early adopters to get the Glass. Entries are due by February 27th and instructions can be found on their website. To wet your whistle here's some [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=v1uyQZNg2vE width=640 height=480 anchor=video] showing the Glass in use.
The JumpX Scooter ($99), combines a standard scooter with the ability to catch some nasty air. The JumpX has a front dual spring pogo-style suspension made for vertical jumping, while the rear leaf spring handles the cushioning for the landings. The two combined provide a smooth ride suitable for beginners as well as move advanced riders. Check-out their Kickstarter video and let us know what you think.