Samsung's Bendable UN78S9B 4KTV


Can't decide on whether to go flat or curved for your new TV purchase? How about both? Yes, Samsung is a world's first: A commercial 4KTV that can from flat to curved on command. We're still on the fence on curved TV sets, but you've gotta admit that this is one hell of a party trick.

The TV will be available in Korea on August 1st and there is no word yet on whether or not the TV will see a release outside of Samsung's home territory. As for the screen it will be available in a 78-inch model and of course it will feature a full 4K resolution panel.


Posted in Televisions/Displays  

Taylor Stitch Indigo Chambray Jack


If you couldn't tell already, we love things that age well. Whether that be leather or a good scotch, we're quite taken with anything that demands some wear or a solid investment.

Taylor Stitch's Indigo Chambray Jack definitely falls into the "gets better with age' category as the shirt starts as a medium blue and with every wear and wash, it begins to lighten just like a solid pair of denim. You also can't go wrong with Taylor Stitch's fit and finish with their higher armholes and single-needle construction.

$125, Taylor Stitch

Posted in Clothes  

Simon&Me Wooden Ladder


For their latest essential Simon&Me takes their essentials concept to one item every home should have: a good ol' ladder. They looked to a well-established German manufacturer to build their white step ladder that isn't just functional, but also beautiful design object you won't want to hide in the garage.

Atop the ladder is a useful leather insert for keeping tools ready and available and comes in three colors: brown, natural, or black. They've also got galvanized steel hinges with bucket hooks on both sides of the ladder.



Posted in Home  

Filson Heavy Tin Bags


When you think of rugged bags there are few companies that come to mind. For us, the first company we think of is Filson. They've been making outdoor-ready bags since forever and it's one name we can always rely on when it comes to rugged gear.

They're debuting a new online exclusive range of "Heavy Tin" bags, a burly combination of 25oz Heavy Tin and 15oz oil finish Tin cloth that is ready for anything you can throw at it. The bags come in a variety of duffle sizes for all your travel needs as well as totes and messenger bags for everyday carry.

$110-$290, Filson

Posted in Bags & Accessories  

Kitsbow A/M Ventilated Jersey


Kitsbow's A/M Ventilated Jersey isn't your average riding jersey and don't let its simple design fool you, this one has a couple of tricks up its sleeve. The jersey is built using an array of technical fabrics for an ideal fit that you'll definitely appreciate on your bike rides.

The jersey uses a combination of polyamide, polyester, and elastane giving you freedom of movement and also UPF 50 sun protection in the main body. It also has a special weave on the face fabric for abrasion resistance, polyester backing that wicks moisture, and raglan sleeves improve the jersey's fit in the arms and shoulders.

$170, Kitsbow

Posted in Sporting Goods/Outdoor  

Patagonia Fall/Winter '14 Yulex Wetsuits


Since 2006, Patagonia has been on a mission to make some of the best performing wetsuits out there without using environmentally harmful materials. That led them to creating a wetsuit in partnership with Yulex who have been helping the company make a portion of their wetsuits from Guayule, plant-based biorubber. Patagonia hopes to eventually create suits made from 100% Yulex and they're getting close as the the suits are curretnly made from 60% Yulex.

This season Patagonia launches two new wetsuits featuring Nexkin technology, a windproof rubber coating that is much more durable than its neoprene counterpart. The suit also features hydrophobic thermal lining that doesn't absorb water and keeps heat close to your body, and water-resistant recycled polyester is used in the arms, legs, and neck.

$529-$549, Patagonia

Posted in Sporting Goods/Outdoor  

wings+horns x George Cox Desert Creeper Boot


wings+horns' ongoing 10th Anniversary adds its latest special release, a "Desert Creeper" boot from British shoemaker George Cox. Released in 1949, the Creeper quickly put the brand on the map and is still handcrafted in England to this day.

For their collaboration wings+horns brought their signature four-needle stitch and combined it with shoe's famous woven Creeper toe. Each pair is built in Northhamptonshire, England and has a suede upper, Goodyear welt, and a natural crepe sole. The shoe will be available today in store and online.

$435, wings+horns

Posted in Shoes  

Genealogy of Nike Free Collection


This year is the tenth anniversary of Nike Free and to celebrate the occasion the swoosh is releasing six special edition sneakers that have not only made a mark in the performance department but also as fashion statements that are still relevant to this day.

The six-sneaker collection will feature the Nike Sock Racer, Air Rift, Presto, Free 5.0 OG, Free Run 2, and the Free 5.0. All of the styles will be available in a black, monochromatic colorway and are set to hit stores tomorrow July 31st at the NikeLab online store and NikeLab locations worldwide.


Posted in Shoes  

RRL Winston Duffle


There's a lot to love about RRL's Winston Duffle. Firstly, it comes from one of the best labels, if not the best label under the monster that is the Ralph Lauren Empire and denim, especially good denim, just looks damn good on everything.

Their Winston Duffle is made from denim that's made on American shuttle looms in an indigo finish that break-in just as well as a good pair of jeans. It's also wrapped in deep tan leather trim that accents the indigo perfectly and tarnished brass rivets help complete the look.

$395, RRL

Posted in Bags & Accessories  

Infinity One


Infinity brings its reference-grade audio into its first-ever portable Bluetooth speaker with the brand new Infinity One. Available this August, the sleek speaker features a perforated aluminum exterior and a ceramic coating to help shield it from bumps and bruises.

Inside the speaker is four 1.75" active drivers and dual passive radiators that pushes out big bass in a smaller package. Music and calls can be handled via Bluetooth and your phone can be fully charged from the built-in lithium-ion battery. Playback is rated at 10 hours and water-resistant silicon sealants help keep moisture from damaging your device.

$299, Infinity

Posted in Audio  

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