Inspired by Transformer‘s Megatron, the Calvin Johnson x Nike CJ81 collection serves as Nike’s latest collaboration with the famed wide receiver. Adding a touch of Megatron imagery to the CJ81 Nike Air Max Flyposite, CJ81 Nike Huarache Free Shield, and CJ81 Nike Vapor Jet Glove 2.0, amongst other items, each piece uniquely embodies a touch of Megatron’s likeness.
9FIVE Eyewear and acclaimed hip hop producer, Alchemist, have teamed up for a limited edition project. The “Yacht Rock” collaboration combines a premium eyewear frame and 7 inch vinyl, produced by Alchemist for 9FIVE. This collaboration is limited to 400 pieces worldwide.
Mountain Dew, Keelan Dadd and DGK skateboards have teamed up to bring you a fresh new look and a fresh new way to rock some DGK. The package is basically the essential for the road, something that skateboarders might need while looking for that new spot to skate. It includes a duffle bag, pair of socks, hip-pouch, sunglasses, coozie and stickers so you can represent to the fullest.
For the next season carhartt WIP has created a special board in collaboration with a European company, and this time the choice fell on the Finnish Waara Skateboards. The result is a table from 8.25 x 32.5 inches to 7 layers of ash and birch, characterized by a beautiful shape and a laser engraving on both sides. Also a portatavola bag, made of 100% cotton dearborn canvas to 12 ounces in the traditional Carhartt Brown. Handmade in Finland.
Here’s a special sneak peak preview of the latest collaboration between Raekwon and Akomplice. The video above featuring Wu Tang’s Head Chef as he gives a little insight into the Leather Pelican Belt, and from what i understand, it will be released in limited numbers at Akomplice’s online store.
After working on the quality of materials and selection of textures, the specialists in London Undercover present the first series the self explanatory ‘Animal Head’. The series consists of dogs, ducks, eagles, and hares, with a different style of tartan for each subject.
Brothers Ezra and Alex Cimino-Hurt have built a business around the adage “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Their Portland-based company, Case of Base, repurposes old and discarded luggage to create portable sound systems with classic audio components, powered by lightweight Li-on battery packs. They can also be built to customers’ specifications, including input types, amplifier size, power supply and batteries.
Usually cycling safety gadgets are designed with one thing in mind: to keep you safe. A team from San Francisco, however, believes that there’s no reason why we can’t take the whole night-time safety angle and blend it in with something you can wear on a daily basis and still look good. The HALO is powered by a tiny nickel lithium battery that can last up to 300 hours and can illuminate in strobe, flash, or solid mode.
It’s not like a G-Shock needs protection but still these new G-Shock cases from Philadelphia based brand SlingShox are pretty sick.
Brian Matanda designed the Timeless Capture, The Timeless Capture camera does not have a LCD display on it and the photos are only viewable via an accompanying viewer. Wireless connection enables the two devices to link with each other, and photos are visible when they are in close vicinity. There is a finite memory on the gadget as well, erasing old photos when the memory is full, thus adding more value to each photo taken with this camera.