The Hamburger Sweater is made in Bielsko-Biala, Poland – it is a sweater that makes your friends hungry at all time. €45.00.
Archive for the ‘Fashion’ Category
April 16th, 2013
April 5th, 2013
The 70s Hair Chest Sweater is a 100% polyester sweater that is almost guaranteed to increase your masculinity, virility and ability to chop wood. Stay warm during the winter with this and make sure you hold a can of beer. £39.99.
March 1st, 2013
Man enough to use this? The Man Hanger is a hand-bent hanger made from industrial-grade rebar. This hanger is strong enough to hold a elephant-skin space suit. It is sealed and coated to prevent from rust and corrosion and caped with Bode Goods logo. $25 for one from Bode Goods. More pictures after the break. Read more…
November 5th, 2012
I have seen people giving away silicone USB memory drive bracelet in some event, but this one is something even cooler – made with real braided leather cord, its another USB bracelet. Designed by an etsy seller Merete Nordvik Larsen.
More shots after the break. Read more…
November 5th, 2012
For those who like to put cash and card and stuff, this is a great wallet for ya all. The TGT Wallet is a paper-thin and elastic leather wallet designed by Jack Sutter – Brooklyn. There are two types TGT 1.0 and TGT 2.0;
November 1st, 2012
Nike collaborate with snowboarder Danny Kass and releases this snowboarding boots called Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Snowboarding Boot. Available limitedly at $350. Read more…
June 26th, 2012
When using or wearing branded gear is cause to ask yourself, “Um, too much?” the answer is usually a resounding “Yes.” If you’re incapable of responding to this question honestly, then Porsche Design has created a new suite of accessories for you. The Colors of 1968 collection celebrates the available hues of the 911 at the close of the sixties: Tangerine, Polo Red, Irish Green and Ossi Blue.
In addition to the predictable $60 t-shirts and a themed messenger bag (above), you can also snap up future dust-collectors like the Porsche Design “Speedminton” set.
Described as a mix of badminton, squash and tennis, Speedminton still boils down to the genteel art of whacking birdies at an opponent, something we’re sure you’ll be instantly remarkable at with your black carbon-composite rackets and candy-corn-colored shuttlecocks.
December 27th, 2011
Packing shoes on a vacation or trip can be quite a hassle. Their shape can make them take up quite a bit of precious space in that suitcase or backpack, but with Timberland’s nifty foldable shoes, all you have to do is zip them up and toss them in the bag. Although they’re marketed for camping or hiking trips, Timberland’s Radler Camp shoes are perfect for anyone looking to free up some space while traveling.
The Radler Trail Camp shoes come with a zipper that allows each shoe to fold in half, compacting the pair into an easily transportable form. Assuming they are comfortable as well, these shoes could definitely be worth the $65 price tag. If you’re interested in purchasing a pair of these foldable wonders, head on over to Timberland to choose from the red, black or orange colors.
November 14th, 2011
GPS tracking gadgets aren’t exactly new, seeing as how there are plenty of apps, watches, bracelets and other random accessories out there designed to keep track of our loved ones, but the new GPS shoes from GTX Corp and Aetrex are a great addition to the batch. With increasing rates of Alzheimers in America, the GPS Shoe and similar gadgets will become an essential tool for real-time GPS tracking of those suffering from dementia.
Unlike watches or bracelets, it’s less likely that an individual will forget and leave the house without his or her shoes. In addition, shoe manufacturer Aetrex’s specialty lies in comfort, meaning the GPS Shoe will offer a comfortable design that is sure to please the elderly. With a specially designed miniature GPS chip and cellular device embedded in the sole, caretakers will be able to pinpoint the wearer’s location using a secure internet website or smartphone app.
With polycarbonate material protecting the transmitter in the sole of the shoe, GTX says the device should last the normal duration of the shoe, which is estimated at one to three years. With a price tag of $299, we would definitely hope for a longer lifespan, but the cost is certainly worth the peace of mind the GPS Shoe offers. For more information and availability, be sure to check out GPS Shoe’s page as the shoes are expected to go on sale there sometime this month.