Laphroaig Select


If you're scotch fans like us, you probably can't get enough of the peaty, smokey tastes of a good glass of Laphroaig. This month, they're launching their latest expression: Laphroaig Select, a new beverage inspired by Ian Hunter, the last family member to own Laphroaig.

Staying true to their formula, the whisky is selected from some of the company's best casks to achieve that sweet, oaky, and peaty goodness. Select also does something very rare for a Scotch, the liquid is matured in ew American Oak casks where they age in the summer in the highest and warmest areas of the company's warehouse.

$55, Laphroaig

Posted in Lifestyle  

Coach Crocodile iPhone 5 Case


You probably want to hold off on buying a pricey crocodile leather iPhone case with the iPhone 6 around the corner, but if you plan on keeping your 5/5S around for awhile you'll have a pretty stunning option to swaddle it in.

The case is a limited edition for Coach with a stunning texture that you just can't get from anything else. And if you're holding off for the Apple's next jewel, we have a feeling Coach will have more ultra luxurious options for your future purchase.

$398, Coach

Posted in Cell Phones  

Warby Parker Beacon Collection


Those Warby Parker guys are a busy bunch these days and while we could complain that there's too much coming out, it's hard to ignore that they every release has a handful of designs that are definitely worth noting.

Today they've released the Beacon Collection, two unique shapes designed for the sun or prescription wear. The first style, the Ingram, takes the wayfarer shape and slims it down with a thin frame, dipped browline, and squared-off lenses. The Garrett takes a more aggressive approach with a flat-top brow and a keyhole nosebridge.

$95-$150, Warby Parker


Posted in Sunglasses  

Ray-Ban Wayfarer Denim


Ray-Ban has been having a field day with materials lately. We've seen everything from solid gold aviators to leather Warfarers and even an aluminum take on the always-classic Clubmaster. So what's next? How about some denim on your face?

Now, it might sound like an odd fit for a pair of sunglasses, but take a good look at the frame and you'll have to agree that it makes for a good pair of shades. They've taken the Wayfarer shape and swathed strong layers of denim with polypropylene and acetate that are fused in a stratification process that reaches temperatures of up to 200 degrees to create each frame.


Posted in Sunglasses  

Haerfest Camo Shell Backpacks


For a pattern that's supposed to keep you hidden from view, many fashion brands treat camo like oversized, overdone, and overstated branding. Haerfest keeps it subtle with their Shell Backpack styles that uses camo quite tastefully.

The camo treatment wraps around the front and rear of the bag in a dark shadowy blue or an all-black pattern. Both have matching black or dark navy cowhide with a fully-lined interior, contrasting brass hardware, leather shoulder straps, and a low-profile front pocket design.

$375, Hypebeast Store

Posted in Bags & Accessories  

2015 Porsche Cayenne


Sure, the 2015 Cayenne is a refresh, but Porsche isn't treating it as such. They're launching an army of models with sharper duds, more comfort, and a brand new plug-in hybrid, the first in the luxury SUV segment.

On the exterior, the Cayenne gets a revised front and rear end with a new fender and hood, new "airblades" that directs air into the intercoolers, and a refined rear lighting system. The SUV will come in four models: The Cayenne Diesel with its 3.0L turbocharged V6, the Cayenne S with its 3.6L twin-turbo V6, and the Cayenne Turbo that is powered by a 520 hp V8 that can push the car to a top speed of 173 mph. The all-new Cayenne S E-Hybrid will make the most of its electric/gas powertrain with a total of 416 hp and a top speed of 151 mph.

$61,700-$113,600, Porsche


Posted in Trucks and SUVs  

Denon X5200W


Got a 4K panel on the way? You'll want to have to one of these at the core of your home theatre rack. You're looking at Denon's new flagship receiver and it touts the latest and greatest sound technology that you might have experienced at the movies lately: Dolby Atmos.

The 9.2 channel system will bring 200+ watts to each channel and has compatibility with Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS Neo:X, Audyssey DSX, and Dolby Pro Logic IIz. It will also have an endless amount of inputs and outputs and it will be ready for wireless music streaming with Airplay, DLNA, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

$1,999, Denon

Posted in Audio  



Not all running gear has to make you look like you walked out of an energy drink commercial. Tracksmith is a new technical apparel company out of New England that takes track tradition and brings it into the 21st century with high performance materials and considered design.

Each piece has been designed to be lightweight, luxurious, and classic. Though the styles are technical in nature, Tracksmith's designs are handsome and heritage-inspired. One of the key pieces, the Longfellow Short, boasts four-way stretch, moisture-resistance, and a clever pocket design that was sized perfectly to fit your essentials and keep them from shuffling around.

$35-$90, Tracksmith

Posted in Sporting Goods/Outdoor  

Getting Yosemite Early | OS X Beta Program


You Apple fans chomping at the bit to get an early taste of OS X Yosemite before its fall launch, you will get your chance tomorrow as Apple launches the OS X Yosemite Beta Program.

The new OS will be a major update to the platform with better iOS device integration and a whole new look that takes a page from the UI styling of iOS 7. New features include a new notification center, a more robust Spotlight, and new iOS and OS X connectivity that lets you do things like answer calls from your phone on your desktop, send and receive both SMS texts and iMessage texts, and Handoff which lets you continue what you were doing on your iPhone on your desktop and vice versa.


Posted in Software & The Web  

Postalco Jogging Wallet


So you're deep into your run and you've realized you need to stock up on some groceries, only problem is that you're only equipped with your phone and your keys. Next time you can bring some cash with you and not worry about the uncomfortable bulk of a wallet in your pocket.

Postalco's Jogging Wallet is their smallest wallet yet and is designed to be compact enough to hold bills folded into quarters and an integrated key ring keeps everything you need in one place when you're out for a run. The wallets come in black, red, or moss green and is made from their Geology Goatskin leather, a leather that's shrunken to create a texture that resembles mountain
s and valleys, hence the name.



Posted in Bags & Accessories  

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