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Feb 28, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 2.22.15 to 2.28.15

By: Peter Yeh

The author of The Hundreds’ daily streetwear, fashion, and tech report “The Feed,” Peter Yeh, now brings us a weekly round up of the best of the best releases of the week every Saturday. KITH West Coast Project Lookbook – I’m just taking this as another opportunity to slam KITH. Next time use a Dodgers hat […]

Feb 27, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Spyderco Dog Tag Knife – If the size of a knife is stopping you from carrying one, then you should have no complaints with the Dog Tag knife. Spyderco has created a knife that is only 2 inches when folded, and 3.23 when open. It’s a handy little beast that is slightly bigger than a […]

Feb 26, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Keybiner – Those that appreciate functionality and minimalism will appreciate what the KeyBiner promises to do. This multi-tool features a unique key retention system that uses screws to hold as many as 14 keys, but at the same time it has a clip to be a carabiner. Besides these already useful functions it also arrives […]

Feb 25, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Burton THIRTEEN – I don’t know what the significance of THIRTEEN is for Burton, and I don’t care. This premier line from Burton is consistently killing it. It also doesn’t hurt that their creative director, Yosuke Auzawa, hails from White Mountaineering. For Fall/Winter 2015, the collection uses dark prints and sleek silhouettes to create a wardrobe […]

Feb 24, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Satechi Bluetooth Buttons – Touch screens are awesome, but for some things, it’s nice to have a physical button. Satechi Bluetooth Buttons gives you hands-on control over some of the more common functions. The dimunative clicker can currently control your home button, camera shutter, and allow you to control media. It works seamlessly with Siri for […]

Feb 23, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

XLARGE x PUMA – I never understood how XLARGE never blew up in the US. Clever ape motif, backing of the Beastie Boys, and a ton of low-key skate celeb endorsements should suffice. But, unfortunately, XLARGE’s store on Vermont is gone and they really only rely on a web presence. While this latest project may be […]

Feb 21, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 2.15.15 to 2.21.15

By: Peter Yeh

The Feed brings us the best releases of the week every Saturday, with this edition featuring A.P.C., Nike, Penfield, Red Wing, Supreme, and more.

Feb 20, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Kent Wang Bauhaus Watch V3 – From button-downs to sunglasses, Kent Wang has built a reputation of carefully created products at an effective pricepoint. The latest offering is the third version of the Bauhaus watch. The timepiece uses a simple black and silver dial and is slightly bigger than its predecessors. Like many more expensive […]

Feb 19, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

ICNY Spring/Summer 2015 – ICNY has come a long way since printing reflective 3M across T-shirts and socks. The New York based label launches their Spring/Summer collection and it’s all about technical fabrics. Using textiles with 4-way stretch, the T-shirts now allow a greater range of motion, and are quick drying and moisture wicking. The […]

Feb 18, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Nike GYAKUSOU 2015 – Dressing up like a ninja around the neighborhood isn’t for everyone, but if that’s your thing, then you already know about Jun Takahashi of UNDERCOVER. The Japanese designer has had a longstanding partnership with Nike and the GYAKUSOU line is coming back stronger than ever. Instead of a few choice pieces, the […]

Feb 17, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Baxter of California Undereye Complex – It’s all gravy when you’re in your twenties, but once you hit your thirties, it’s time to think about your skin. That lotion from Rite-Aid no longer cuts it, and you needed specific products like Baxter of California’s Under Eye Complex. Formulated with a mix of caffeine, antioxidant vitamins, and seaweed extract, […]

Feb 16, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Supreme Spring/Summer 2016 – Supreme’s collection for Spring and Summer has just been announced and there is something for everyone; because it’s massive. Long gone are the days of graphic T-shirts and thick CYC Canadian fleece. We’re talking button-downs, knits, jerseys, hoodies, tees, outerwear, bottoms, headwear, and fire extinguishers. From wild and loud prints to […]

Feb 14, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 2.8.15 to 2.14.15

By: Peter Yeh

The Feed’s Peter Yeh rounds up the last week’s best in releases, including HUF’s impressive Spring 2015 delivery, Reigning Champ for Monocle, Common Projects Spring ’15, and more.

Feb 13, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

wings + horn Leather Slip-Ons – wings + horns started off by making some of the best fleece, moved on to menswear, and for the past few seasons, had them making boots. Now, with Spring and Summer around the corner, wings + horns makes a lighthearted slip-on. Using premium calfskin, the interior is also lined with […]

Feb 12, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

le coq sportif x mita sneakers for And A – I’ve mentioned le coq sportif as a sneaker brand to look out for in 2015, and the French sportswear label continues to grow with a special project for Japan concept shop And A. The EUREKA AM came out in 1987 and the runner is being […]

Feb 11, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Nike Dunk Hi SP “Burnished Leather” – One of the sneakers I can be in love with one minute and then hate another is the Nike Dunk Hi. The styling and silhouette is without fault; from the quarter panels to the leather wings, the shoe has a classic look. It all comes down to coloring, and […]

Feb 10, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Best Made Bonded Zip Pouches – Buying a load of stuff is the easy part. Keeping all of that junk organized can get pretty difficult, but, thankfully, you got brands like Best Made that can get help you do it in style. The latest bonded zip pouch is made from a thick water repellent duck canvas. […]

Feb 9, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Brooks England Cambium C17 Denim – Brooks is known for making durable cycling saddles, and for their new Cambium C17, they turn to San Francisco based Levi’s. As one of the toughest textiles on the market, denim is durable, functional, and develops a nice patina over time. For this project, Brooks has selected recycled Levi’s that […]

Feb 7, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 2.1.15 to 2.7.15

By: Peter Yeh

Peter Yeh of The Feed rounds up his favorite releases of the week, including a gorgeous Mike Shinoda x Bamford Rolex, the ultra-tech Helly Hansen Supreme jacket, HYPEBEAST’s 9th issue, and a luxurious leather moleskine.

Feb 6, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

  Carhartt WIP Spring 2015 – With a few seasons underneath its belt, Work in Progress (WIP) by Carhartt is starting to get the hang of streetwear. What’s more street than camouflage, right? This Spring 2015 sees the brand play with German camo, more specifically the flecktarn print. Arriving as a hooded fleece the print […]

Feb 5, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Samsung NX500 – If 21 megapixels perk up your ears, then you’ll want to check out the new Samsung NX500. The Korean conglomerate brings us an accompanying camera to the widely popular NX1. The new NX500 is smaller, easier to carry, and boasts the same huge APS-C sensor. In addition, to the large sensor this interchangeable […]

Feb 4, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Helly Hansen Supreme Jacket – For $900, this jacket must be the pinnacle of outdoor gear, and according to many, it is. The Supreme jacket from Helly Hansen was created to be the resort jacket that can do it all. It might be tough to believe that the Supreme can offer the same sort of […]

Feb 3, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Mike Shinoda x Bamford Watch Department – Bamford’s been known to do up Rolex watches like no other, but when they had a chance to work with Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda they went above and beyond. For this round they didn’t start with some run-of-the-mill Sea Dweller, Datejust, or Submariner. The partnership started with classic […]

Feb 2, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Kobe X – Even with a season-ending shoulder injury, Kobe Bryant’s signature sneaker is still a highly anticipated product. The 10th iteration for the Lakers shooting guard is jam-packed with performance upgrades. The uppers use a special one piece constructed textile that resembles the grit and toughness of shark skin, while the Lunarlon sole is […]

Jan 31, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 1.25.15 to 1.31.15

By: Peter Yeh

The author of The Hundreds’ daily streetwear, fashion, and tech report “The Feed,” Peter Yeh, now brings us a weekly round up of the best of the best releases of the week every Saturday. Play Cloths Spring 2015 Delivery 1 Lookbook – Just pleasantly surprised with what Play Cloths did this season. For the most part […]

Jan 30, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

BAIT x Etonic – You got to appreciate the grind BAIT is putting into releasing collaborative projects, but this latest one from Etonic seems a bit contrived. Etonic makes everything from running shoes to bowling shoes, but I really remember them sitting on the shelves at Big 5. BAIT wants to help Etonic turn things around […]

Jan 29, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Taylor Stitch Telegraph Suit – Taylor Stitch is upping their menswear game for Spring 2015 by offering a lightweight suit perfect for those who travel. Using a lightweight Italian Birdseye wool, the jacket and bottom are both custom milled, and then hand tailored right here in California. The jacket follows a traditional two-button design with […]

Jan 29, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Moment iPhone Case – The one thing I am always envious of with the Apple iPhone is their camera. The Palo Alto company just does a great job with sourcing the glass and complementing it with the right programming. The Moment iPhone case is looking to add to the powerful camera with a case capable […]

Jan 27, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Stay+Fresh – Even the latest whip can get funky once that new car smell wears out, but thankfully there is Stay+Fresh to hold us down. In addition to their own creative designs Stay+Fresh is working with streetwear’s elite. Look for designs from skate legend Steve Caballero, and contributions from Crooks & Castles, The Seventh Letter, […]

Jan 26, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

TSOVET JPT-TW35 – Most watches are round, and when a brand tries their hand on a rectangle or square design it somehow ends up looking wrong. Well, TSOVET’s been doing this watch thing for a while now and they try their hand at a square face and the result is very promising. The TSOVET JPT-TW35 […]

Jan 24, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 1.18.15 to 1.24.15

By: Peter Yeh

Peter Yeh brings us his weekly round-up of his favorite releases of the week, including Uncrate x Danner boots, Black Scale X Born x Raised, a foodie bible, and two types of next-level bottles.

Jan 23, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Eric Koston Mid McFly – The thirst for the Nike Air Mag is real, and Eric Koston is the next Back to the Future fan to create a custom edition of his signature mid-cut sneaker. The McFly edition of the Eric Koston mid doesn’t have the power laces that Marty was rocking, but the mid-foot […]

Jan 22, 2015


By: The Hundreds

The Wooster Parabellum by Greats – Greats is better known for their affordable approach to sneakers, but cost goes out the window when you got style icon Nick Wooster on board. The Wooster Parabellum is a slip-on sneaker that incorporates bison leather from Parabellum across traditional canvas. The heel is finished off with a signature […]

Jan 21, 2015


By: The Hundreds

Where the Chefs Eat (2015) – Originally released in 2013 Phaidon books publishes a second edition of their bestseller, and included over 2,000 new restaurants. Skip the restaurant guides, and forget about perusing Yelp because this massive hardcover gets the nitty-gritty from chefs that have seen it all. From low-end diners to high-end Michelin star […]

Jan 19, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Concrete Soy Candle – Being a fan of minimal industrial design, this Concrete soy candle by INSEKDESIGN is right up my alley. The concrete container is hand case and then filled with 100% natural soy wax. With a 3.5 inch diameter, the concrete container makes a nice planter once the soy wax is all burned […]

Jan 17, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 1.11.15 to 1.17.15

By: Peter Yeh

Streetwear and tech knowledge gawd Peter Yeh breaks down a few of the best releases of the week, including a Stussy collaboration, a bag of the future, and a self-contained garden.

Jan 16, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Paul Smith Travel Suit - For those that like to be 30,000 feet up in the air, a suit is the last thing they want to wear. Sweatpants and a hoodie is my perfect traveling ensemble, but many can’t travel that way. Paul Smith has a solution for those that need to look dapper in the […]

Jan 15, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Abominable F-Bom Goggles – Regardless of what kind of treatment your goggles may say it has on them, they can still fog up. Abominable is the first company to come up with a surefire way to eliminate fog. Their patented Klair technology places a transparent, heat-conductive film between the goggle’s two-part Carl Zeiss lens. By […]

Jan 14, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Warby Parker Spring 2015 – I love what Warby Parker is doing. This optical company is fighting the good fight against industry juggernaut, Luxottica, and doing a smashing job. For Spring 2015, it’s about more than acetate frames as Warby Parker experiments with titanium, and blends them both in the new Brooks. You’ll also see […]

Jan 13, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Filson Cape Cruiser Seattle Fit – Filson’s Cruiser is a legendary jacket that is ready for the burliest of winters. As Filson gains a wider audience, it was time to update the classic jacket and the Cape Cruiser Seattle Fit is a new rendition of the beloved coat. It all starts with the extra thick […]

Jan 12, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Neighborhood 20th Anniversary Kung-Fu Jacket – Ever since Supreme came out with the Kung-Fu jacket, I thought streetwear was heading toward a slow decline, but then I popped onto Broadway in Los Angeles’s Chinatown and tried one on. Bruce Lee and his disciples were onto something because this Kung Fu jackets feel great. It’s like […]

Jan 10, 2015

Best Releases of the Week :: 1.4.15 to 1.10.14

By: Peter Yeh

The author of The Hundreds’ daily streetwear, fashion, and tech reporting “The Feed,” Peter Yeh, now brings us a weekly round up of the best of the best releases of the week. Beginning every Saturday starting today. PUMA Disc “Crackle” Pack – Dat red crackle!!! Ever since Paul Walker wore Puma Suedes next to his Nissan […]

Jan 9, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

BAPE x Puma – Of the few things I like about A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is that there is nothing more appealing than their First Camo. The woodland camouflage colorway finds its way onto one of PUMA’s most popular models. For the Fall/Winter 2015 season, BAPE and PUMA join forces to create a collection of […]

Jan 8, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

LEGO Carbon Fiber Tiles – LEGO bricks aren’t exclusive to kids. Go to any LEGO store and you’ll find just as many adults geeking out over the latest Star Wars release. LEGO got the message and has released a pack of carbon fiber tiles to add a little sophistication to your creations. Sold in packs […]

Jan 7, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Zolt – The portability of a laptop languishes behind the cumbersome size of the brick-looking charger. Zolt is looking to change that by announcing the smallest and lightest laptop charger on the market. Weighing in at just three ounces, the Zolt is three inches long and comes with three separate USB outlets that can charge […]

Jan 6, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

PUMA Disc “Crackle” Pack – Once you acknowledge that Disc technology is nothing more than a novelty, you can appreciate the shape and silhouette of this PUMA runner. The uppers are comprised of soft nubuck and leather, and these premium materials lead up to the large plastic Disc system in the center. The contrasting midsole […]

Jan 5, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

Qor Performance Suiting Blazer – With all the cool textiles coming out, it’s time for the traditional blazer to think of something besides wool. Qor believes that the classic 3 button look is best when paired with Schoeller® 3XDRY®, a water resistant, stain repellent, breathable, and lightweight fabric. The jacket also minimizes perspiration marks, and its […]

Jan 2, 2015


By: Peter Yeh

I’m not the least bit surprised to see that Montblanc is the first luxury brand to find an answer to fitness tracking. You have to remember that Montblanc is a accessories brand that made leather goods, pens, and cuff-links before it took a prominent position in the watches game. They’re now about disrupting a market […]

Dec 31, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Biolite NanoGrid System – Preparing for my trip to Machu Picchu next year has me looking up the craziest stuff. After 8 hours of hiking, its downtime at campsite for the next 16 hours, and what better way to lighten the load than throwing a disco party. The Biolite NanoGrid system offers 200 lumens of  360º […]

Dec 30, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Grifter Onyx Ranger Wool Lined Glove – I’ve been fortunate to grow up in Los Angeles and not have to worry about what gloves to throw on when I step out. But, there are those in the East that have these puppies on as soon as the front door is open. For my money, the […]

Dec 29, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Bandai Samurai Star Wars – There’s a lot of questionable Star Wars gear, but I am totally behind this new project by Bandai. The Japanese toy company re-imagines the Sith lord and his minion of Stormtroopers as samurai warriors. With George Lucas heavily influenced by Akira Kurosawa’s The Hidden Fortress, the concept of the Force […]

Dec 27, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Dehen x Self Edge – Walk into one of the few Self Edge locations in the US and you’ll know that they’re about quality. The finest artisan denim – and now a varsity jacket to match. These purveyors of indigo head straight to Portland to work with Dehen to make a custom varsity jacket. With […]

Dec 24, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Maple Set Knives – Those crazy Canadians and their maple has found a partner in German quality steel. This maple knife set may seem counter-intuitive, but wrapping wood around steel can be pretty handy in the kitchen. While wood is usually just a fraction of the knife, the Maple Set uses rugged Canadian maple to […]

Dec 23, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Snow Peak x Maak Lab – The good people up in Portland are always doing creative things, and for the holidays we have Maak Lab teaming up with neighboring Snow Peak. The fine soaps and candles from Maak Lab will be customized for Snow Peak’s outdoor requirements as two brands create a camp candle. Using […]

Dec 22, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Red Wing Work Chukka – Red Wing makes beautiful shoes, and the work Chukka fits nicely between a work wear essential and all-around everyday shoe. The uppers use a gorgeous oil-tanned leather that can look both creamy and weathered. The sole is the trusty Goodyear welt in the traditional crepe color, and is known for […]

Dec 19, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Legacy Cardholder – Those that appreciate a minimalist silhouette will appreciate the sleek look of one of Tanner Goods’ best selling products. The Legacy Cardholder has been on a short hiatus, and it is back for the Holidays as part of the Dublin Collection. Using premium Horween leather from the famed Chicago tannery, the wallet […]

Dec 18, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Creed Atomizer – I only know of Creed because, according to my friend, “they never go on sale.” Obviously, this message is relayed to me every time Creed is on sale, but I did learn that this century old perfumery makes some really nice scents. Now they’ve made a atomizer so that you can take […]

Dec 17, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Cypress by HAVEN – With their incredible selection of menswear, it is finally time for HAVEN to create their own in-house brand. Cypress takes notes from many of HAVEN’s more expensive labels and firmly integrates technical fabrics with the modern and slim silhouette. HAVEN kicks things off with a series of button-downs and outerwear that […]

Dec 16, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Mission Workshop Sansom Workshirt – The workshirt is the do anything, go anywhere button-down that has been recently overhauled by the people at Mission Workshop. They took this utility shirt and ditched the canvas and twill in favor of Turkish stretch cotton from Germany’s Schoeller. The Sansom is coated with NanoSphere to shield it from […]

Dec 15, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Oliver Sweeney x Johnnie Walker – Here’s what you get when you have money and too much time on your hands. You think of ways of concealing a miniature bottle of whiskey into a classic men’s shoe. Johnnie Walker tries their hand at shoemaking by enlisting Oliver Sweeney. The two have created a beautiful brogue […]

Dec 12, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

White Mountaineering Winter Gloves – Mountain Engineering has the winter jackets and coats on lock, and now they’re looking to keep your digits warm too. The new winter gloves by this innovating Japanese outfitter arrives with Primaloft fleece that is further insulated by Primaloft insulation. The gloves also feature fingertips that allow you to control […]

Dec 11, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Kitsbow Cycling Jean – I honestly think all jeans are for cycling, but according to Kitsbow, there is a difference. The rigidness in jeans are great for durability, but can hamper a cyclists’ constant peddling. Kitsbow solves this by adjusting the traditional jean by re-shaping the knee, added room in the thighs, and throw in […]

Dec 10, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Roots XI Polartec Sweatpants – The storm last week in SoCal really got me looking for warmer sweatpants, and in my search I found a nice pair from Roots. The Canadian brand has decided to skip the typical fleece and upped the game with some synthetic Polartec. The quick-drying and lightweight material has proven itself […]

Dec 9, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Nike Air Flight Lite High – I remember these things in all black and prayed that Mervyn’s carried them. That was the only place my mom would buy me shoes, but unfortunately, they didn’t make its way to the discounter. Seeing them on Scottie Pippen and then Sydney from White Men Can’t Jump only made […]

Dec 8, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Altru Apparel Tri-Blend Sweatpants – Sweatpants are the underrated heroes of any man’s weekend. They’re perfect for lounging in, but sadly all those muted colors keep it from venturing outside of your living room, gym, or Whole Foods. Enter Altru Apparel and their wild and wacky sweats. Using a soft tri-blend cotton, the sweats are […]

Dec 5, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Unionmade Tartan Collection – San Francisco’s Unionmade likes to stay with the dark muted colors, but with Christmas coming, the store and brand is getting into the festive spirit. The Tartan collection dresses up some menswear essentials with the historically Scottish textile. Using an array of Tartan patterns, Unionmade starts with button-down shirts and outerwear […]

Dec 4, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Casio Kawaii Selfie Camera – For the self-obsessed, the “selfie” isn’t just a photograph, it is a lifestyle. Casio totally understands and with that they’ve created one of the most narcissistic products in recent history–Kawaii Selfie Camera. First off it looks just like another mirror you would find in a women’s purse. There isn’t a lens […]

Dec 3, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Freeman’s Sporting Club x Hodinkee – With Hodinkee’s affinity for timepieces, they weren’t going to just anyone for a sport coat. The watch enthusiasts sought out Freeman’s Sporting Club and together they created a luxurious jacket made from 7.5oz worsted cashmere wool. The resulting sport coat is lightweight and extremely warm, and Hodinkee requested a […]

Dec 2, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

adidas Racer Lite – The one thing that makes adidas can also be the thing that makes me despise it. The three stripes can get annoying, but this latest Racer Lite got it all the way right. The subtle three stripes do not detract from the overall slim silhouette of the runner. The combination of […]

Dec 1, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Norse Projects Thor Coat – Norse Projects has been churning out quality projects for a few seasons now, and with their wet winter weather brewing, they kick things off with a battle-ready raincoat. The Thor starts by sourcing the finest wool from Loro Piana and then treats this fine Merinco wool with the latest lamination […]

Nov 28, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Volcom TD2 Snow Jacket – Here’s a little known fact for those that don’t snowboard: Volcom makes solid winter gear. They may be better known as a surf company, but Volcom is legit when it comes to protecting your ass from inclement weather. The TD2 Snow jacket is the latest shell that comes between you […]

Nov 26, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Lexdray 2014 – Lexdray is taking travelling accessories to heart, and their latest photoshoot really shows that they take jet-setting seriously. Lexdray is renowned for their approach with quality Cordura and the Beijing duffle is one of those bags that is ready for everything you throw at it. The traditional sports bag design is updated […]

Nov 25, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Shwood RX Collection – Shwood’s approach to wooden sunglasses is expanding into prescription eyewear. The Oregon based accessories maker will now be offering the all-wood Belmont and Canby in three different finishes for your prescriptive needs. The Eugene will also be available for those that want a frame that blends wood and metal. All three […]

Nov 24, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Sneaker News – Print is not dead, and Sneaker News is proving that they can take their dynamic online presence and create a premium magazine. Sneaker News Volume 1 is everything a sneakerhead dream of with its artistic photographs of rare, and upcoming sneakers. LeBron James graces the cover, and the print media is filled […]

Nov 21, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Simply Gum – If we go through all that trouble to eat organic and be gluten free, then why are we so quick to put chemically laden gum into our mouths? Simply Gum is thinking the same thing, and making an all natural gum for all those heath nuts out there. The gum is the […]

Nov 20, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Nike SB x Poler – Poler has a solid reputation got making stuff that lasts, and their attention to durability has them working with Nike SB this holiday season. Instead of just a one-off colorway, this project will include a slew of items that stretch from apparel to an entire library of shoes. From work-inspired […]

Nov 19, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Volcom Smithington – With the winter season upon us, Volcom heads to Alaska to show off their latest winter boot. The Smithington is made to hold up against the most inclement weather and Volcom throws on some supple full grain leather to get that durable upper. The metal eyelets and a thick rubber outsole ensures […]

Nov 18, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Penfield x Saucony – Saucony has a real winner on their hands for the cold Fall and Winter. Working with fellow Boston-based outfitter Penfield, the classic Shadow returns with an updated look. The runner pays homage to the classic 60/40 jackets that blended nylon and cotton, and arrive with a subtle nod to hiking with […]

Nov 17, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Supreme x The North Face – You can always count on a project between the New York brand and this California-based outfitter every season. Last time it was a map with some flags, and this time it’s all about paisley. Look for this classic print to be featured across the tried-and-true Mountain Parka along with […]

Nov 14, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Epaulet Shawl Collar Horsehide Bomber – One of the classic silhouettes of a leather jacket is the bomber. For nearly a century, all of the finest pilots have been caught in this thing, and Epaulet is flipping the script. The shape remains largely the same, but this time Epaulet throws in a shawl collar. Traditionally […]

Nov 13, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Field Notes Ambition Edition – Taking notes never looked so good. The new Ambition Edition from Field Notes uses a flurry of classic book colors such as olive, wine, and chocolate across their pocket-ready notebooks. Look closely, and you’ll see they are lightly specked and feature a gold embossed cover. Each notebook color corresponds to […]

Nov 12, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Element Solace – With the high price of smartphones, you have to be pretty dim not to protect it with a case. While there are tons to choose from, there really hasn’t been anything that shields your phone, and gives it a little bit of style. Element’s Solace promises to do just that. Instead of […]

Nov 11, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Spy x The Seventh Letter – Spy optics had a winner with their Platoon goggles, but adding The Seventh Letter to one of their best selling goggles is just a big plus. The Platoon offers a wide-angle view with its oversized lenses, and around the frame, you’ll find the art work of Dabs Myla, a […]

Nov 10, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Woojer – There’s nothing that compares to the live concert experience, but Woojer is getting pretty close. Stereo systems and headphones cannot replicate the low frequency vibrations, but the Woojer can. At the size of a matchbox, the Woojer pumps out vibrations that matches whatever you are listening to. The physical bass sensation is akin […]

Nov 7, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

K2 Ultra Split – In the pantheon of snowboards, K2 is not mentioned in the same esteem as Burton, LibTech, or Saloman. That may change with K2′s new Ultra Split; a snowboard that is made to do it all. This All-Mountain board has the new Kwicker binding system; one of the easiest and quickest ways […]

Nov 6, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Vans Half-Cab Tobacco – Nike recently borrowed the classic wheat colorway from Timberland on a series of their classics, but it’s the Half-Cab from Vans that has really caught my attention. The vintage half-cut skate sneaker doesn’t just undergo a color change, Vans also updating the materials. This special Tobacco colorway will use suede and […]

Nov 5, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Byrd Pomade – Those that have longer hairstyles will appreciate what Byrd is pushing out. The California-based company has a line of pomades that are made from all-natural ingredients. Byrd does an outstanding job of holding your hair in place, but these added natural ingredients also protect hair from sun damage, along with saltwater. The […]

Nov 4, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Jones Snowboards Mountain Surfer – Ripping waves and carving down a mountain look pretty similar, but to anyone who surfs or snowboards, they could not be further apart. Snowboarding relies on rigid footing to shred into snow, while surfing is all about maintaining your balance by moving and shifting your feet. Jones Snowboards believes there […]

Nov 3, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Logitech Keys-To-Go – Tablets are nice, but when you need to do office stuff, the lack of a keyboard makes them nearly useless. While there are cases with built in keyboards, the whole thing seems cumbersome until now. Logitech’s Keys-To-Go is a responsible QWERTY keyboard in a tiny package. The travel ready keyboard allows for […]

Oct 31, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Best Made Submariner Socks – The Submariner is usually a reference to the Rolex dive watch, but Best Made wants you to think about premium socks. Crafted from a heavy blend of virgin American wool, the socks are built to MIL-S-405H military specifications. This means they were designed for extreme cold weather and can endure […]

Oct 30, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Kodak PixPro SP360 – Kodak is a name that hasn’t been heard in a while, but there is no denying this brand’s pedigree in the world of photography. The new PixPro SP360 wants a piece of the GoPro market and believes offering a wide angle view will hook buyers. The camera has a front-facing camera […]

Oct 29, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Montblanc Extreme Leather Collection – Montblanc has a way with refinement, and after centuries of making the finest accessories, the company is examining a collection that is less about class, and more about durability. The new Extreme Leather collection is about daily goods that challenge the test of time. The premium black calfskin arrives with […]

Oct 28, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Tanner Goods x Maak Lab – Tanner Goods has always been known to be good when it comes to leather, but as the brand grows, so has their line up. After a successful run of soaps, Tanner Goods look to their Portland neighbors Maak Lab on a home candle. Chateau is a scent that is […]

Oct 27, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Lunatiq Aquatik – You spent half your paycheck on your new iPhone 6, but unfortunately the latest upgrade doesn’t come waterproof. Instead of buying a case the size of a brick, the Lunatik Aquatik is a slimmer alternative. The slim profile of the case protects it from shock, dust, and water. In fact, you can […]

Oct 24, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Topo x Woolrich – Topo’s appreciation for classic outdoor design has helped them gain popularity in a competitive accessories industry. For the winter season, the Colorado-based outfitter looks to blend their design with classic Woolrich wool. Comprising of three bags, the collection uses popular Topo silhouettes and integrates 100% Woolrich wool with tough and durable […]

Oct 23, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Best Made Lambswool Sweater – The leaves are turning, and winter is right around the corner. And, that means that finding right sweater will solve countless sartorial problems. Best Made strongly believes in the philosophy of durable goods and their sweater is worthy of mention. The Best Made crew head all the way to Scotland […]

Oct 22, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Gitman Bros. for Unionmade – The white shirt is the quintessential staple, but getting the right one can take a lifetime. How can something so simple be so hard? Fit. The fit needs to be crisp and flattering, and Gitman Bros. may have an handle on this. These guys from New York know a thing […]

Oct 21, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

Club Monaco x Saucony – Saucony is on a collaborative roll. After some notable projects with ALIFE and Bodega, the Pennsylvania-based company teams up with Club Monaco. Aaron Levine, Club Monaco’s Creative Director, chose to focus on his favorite runner and the collaborative Jazz Low Pro Courageous is born. The collection arrives in an array […]

Oct 20, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

ThirtyTwo Ultralight 2 – With winter just around the bend, it’s time to start assembling the perfect set-up. ThirtyTwo has offered solid boots in the past, and now the Ultralight 2 seeks to be the industry’s lightest. The clunky rubber soles have been replaced by ThirtyTwo’s proprietary High Density Evolution Foam. Besides significantly reducing the […]

Oct 17, 2014


By: Peter Yeh

In4mation Fall 2014 – Forged over ten years ago, In4mation began with the idea of bringing streetwear to Hawaii. In the process, they brought their own flavor of island culture to the mainland. The journey doesn’t stop there, and In4mation is reinvigorated for the fall season with a collection that draws from the days of […]