If you're not familiar with the game Crossout, it's a post-apocalyptic MMO Action game that allows players to create unique battle machines from interchangeable parts. Your goal is to create the ultimate battle machine and destroy other players. YasidDesign has created their own version with their Crossout Nissan GT-R ($DESIGN). It used a classic Nissan Skyline GT-R and attaches a multitude of weapons. You can't buy it, but it looks pretty cool.
Google has just released its first in-housed designed laptop, the Google Chromebook Pixel ($1300+). The laptop has a Gorilla Glass 12.85-inch, 2,560x1,700-pixel touchscreen. This is a step up from Apples Retina display. The Pixel also comes with a 1.8GHz Intel i5 core processor. Additional features include 4GB of memory and 32GB SSD flash storage. If you're looking to use this laptop to run such apps as Microsoft Office or Adobe Photoshop look elsewhere. The Pixel is meant to be cloud based only, which may be a deal breaker.
If you have a Moto Guzzi V7 or are thinking of getting one, you're in luck because they're offering four Moto Guzzi V7 Custom Kits ($TBA)to update the look of your bike. Dapper offers a '60s cafe racer styling, the Dark Rider was made for the urban commuter, the Scrambler kit outfits your bike with the necessities to take on any terrain, and lastly the Legend goes for that old school vintage look. Each kit comes with a multitude of parts including mudguards, fuel tank, seating, handlebars, mirrors, license plate brackets, wheels, adhesive numbering and much more.
With Father's Day just around the corner, it's time to hook the old man up with a gift he'll use everyday. The Kaufmann Mercantile Pop's EDC KIT ($139) has everything he'll need to fix anything anywhere. The kit includes a pry bar, waterproof lighter, pen, pair of screwdriver keys and tweezers, all in a vintage leather key wallet that can carry your personal house or car keys as well.
If you're into surfing exotic locations, then Deus Ex Machina is the customizer you want making your next motorcycle. We've previously covered bikes from them that were specifically geared towards the surfer. These included the Sea sider and the Deus Ex Machina Bali dog. There latest the Deus Ex Machina D-Side Motorcycle ($CALL) is a collaboration with Yamaha and the third entry in their Yard Build Project. Since seeing a motorcycle with a wheelchair they've had the urge to build a three wheel motorcycle and Yamaha has helped make that dream come true. The loaner bike was a Yamaha XV950 and upgrades include a new sidecar with 19" wheel and integrated door, aluminum tank, and mudguards, Sella Alcantara nautical cover, front Discacciati front breaks with 6-piston calipers, Firestone tires, custom paint job by Kaos Design, and a ton of smaller changes. The D-Side is the perfect bike for a day out on the beach.
Every guy needs at least one bag. And that bag happens to be your classic duffel or gym bag. Whether you're taking a weekend trip or heading to the gym this is the bag you need. The Defy Ultimate Gym Bag in Camo ($110) just lets you do it in style. This bag is made from denier ballistic strength cordura fabric and is lined with 1.9oz coated ripstop nylon. It's also big enough to carry all of your essentials coming in at 19" wide x 12" tall x 12" deep. There's also an extra inside picket for your smaller gear.