COMME des GARCONS SHIRT x Supreme x Timberland – The project with Timberland seems to be an annual tradition for Supreme now, but for Holiday 2015 they also welcome COMME des GARCONS SHIRT. This three-way collaboration sees the popular dots used by COMME des GARCONS SHIRT across half of the suede nubuck uppers. Co-branding between the New York and Japanese brands also appear across the heel collar with the familiar red Supreme tag subtly attached.
James Brand The County Knife – Carrying a pocket knife is a sensible thing to do, but something too utilitarian might not be for you. The County by James Brand is one handsome cutting tool. This foldable knife has a beautiful walnut wood handle and a gorgeous Sandvic 12C27 blade. The County is a nice slim pocket knife is available now with a retail of $150.
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Stussy Paclite Shell Coat – With winter weather finally ascending on California, Stussy preps by offering a long coat made with GORE-TEX Paclite. The waterproof shell takes its inspiration from wet weather gear from the military and has a long silhouette with an adjustable hood. Two large placket pockets at the waist and GORE-TEX to keep it dry and breathable. The functional jacket arrives in a sharp teal and is available at Stussy Chapter stores now for $471.
RING – If we can have doors that unlock and lock with just a key fob, then we can figure out a better solution for the door bell. RING has there answer by updating the 45 year old artifact with WiFi, an HD camera, and speaker. These nifty upgrades means that RING allows you to screen your visitors over your smart phone. By using the downloadable app RING becomes your personal doorman, plus it has the ability to save recorded videos and conversations.
Hypebeast 10th Anniversary Tee Collection – Kevin Ma and his crew have been posting up streetwear news for ten years, and their achievement is being celebrated by some heavy-hitters in the industry. Cav Empt, Human Made, and Supreme are all lending their talents to create custom commemorative tees. You can catch all three exclusive and limited tees in the Hypebeast store this coming Tuesday, December 1.
10.Deep 2015 Holiday “Youth Noise” – A lot of brands come and go, but 10.Deep has the staying power by leading the charge. The latest Holiday collection for 2015 has been dubbed “Youth Noise” and comes with a utilitarian look that is more fitted and sleek. The collection is inspired by youth culture and the slimmer silhouettes give it an unusual edge. Expect the collection to be available in 10.Deep stockist shelves very soon.
Wrenchmonkees x Red Wing Heritage – The officer or service boot has the utilitarian style that any one who appreciates quality can love. With Red Wing’s archive of boots the Iron Ranger fits the bill nicely, and Danish chop shop Wrenchmonkees toughens up the classic silhouette. The uppers are uses black spitfire, a heavily waxed and rough reverse-leather that is contrasted by brass eyelets. Finishing off the look is a black Vibram outsole. Look for this handsome work boot to arrive in select Red Wing stores soon.
audio-technica Noise-Cancelling Wireless In-Ear Headphones – Whether you travel or appreciate your alone time, a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones are priceless. audio-technical looks to improve on some of their best-selling travel headphones by making them wireless. The new ATH-ANC40BT has the latest QuietPoint noise-cancelling technology and uses Bluetooth to connect to your device. Each charge gives the headphones 8 hours of noise-cancellation and audio streaming, while you can get 13 hours of pure noise-cancellation.