The Adidas ZX 500 Og Weave ($138) is part of the Adidas SS14 lineup and will be dropping on March 1st. The new shoes can only be described as smooth. They feature the classic ZX 500 silhouette, with a mesh and suede upper, in tan & white with touches of collegiate red on the heel and tongue. The laces, Adidas stripes, and the front of the outsole are all in a matching shade.
The German custom bike shop, Kingston Customs has done it again with their redo of a classic Honda CX500 ($TBA). They started off by keeping the V-twin engine and getting rid of all the plastic. The engine was then treated with a thermo-sensitive coating and the exhaust wrapped with thermal tape. Custom made pieces include the bench seat, battery box, fenders, and foot brake lever. Handlebars from Fehling give that extra aggressive stance we're used to in cafe racers. [gallery royalslider="1" type="slideshow" ids="10954,10953,10952,10951,10950,10949,10948,10947"]
Luna sandals are made for the outdoors. I don't mean just strolling around the park, but made for hiking and running. The Luna Venado ($65) is a considered a street sandal. It's perfect for all of your outside activities including running on paved surfaces and ever so often some off-roading. Luna also offers other sandals which can take on any trails you throw at them. The Venado is handmade in Seattle. Has a 6mm Vibram neoprene sole and two footbed options. The MGT footbed is made for wet and muddy conditions and improves traction and durability. The Pittards High-Performance Leather footbed adds comfort and helps your sandals form to your feet. So whether you're looking for an everyday shoe or something that can take on the roughest trails, Luna has a sandal for you.Related: 23 Of The Best Men's Sandals
If you think even a bow and arrow give you an unfair advantage, then you might want to check out the Kniper Multi-Tool Throwing Knife ($75). Not only is it weighted perfectly, making accurate throws a breeze, but it has everything you need for those weekend camping trips. The Kniper is milled from a single piece of 420 high-carbon stainless steel, and features twenty-two tools, including: a combination hex hole, inclinometer, sundial, latitudinal finder, tobacco pipe, saw, rangefinder, nail remover, wire stripper, ruler, wire breaker, closed wrench, blade, bottle and can opener, pry bar, flathead and philips head screwdrivers, and a fork. Whew. That's a lot of stuff on a 13 inch knife.
The 2015 McLaren P1 GTR ($3M) will be makings its formal debut March 15th at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It is the track-only version of the British automaker's iconic GTR badge. It features a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8 paired with an electric motor. This combination puts out 986 horses and produces an amazing 1,455 pounds of downforce at 150 mph. The stance on the GTR is 80mm wider then its P1 counterpart and it features alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli slick tires. We're not sure how many of these bad boys will be made, but the first folks allowed to purchase one of these will be previous P1 owners. Making the 2015 McLaren P1 GTR a classic out of the gate.