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6.1.15 :: Diamond, Slam Jam, {illustrated example

6.1.15 :: Diamond, Slam Jam, {illustrated example

Prometheus Design Werx BoB – The dudes up at Prometheus Design Werx in San Francisco are always dreaming up the gnarliest tools. After their One Piece Tool, they’ve set their sights on Emergency Service Professionals and designed a one-of-a-kind multi-tool. The new BoB (Beer or Break) Tool is ultra-compact, has a hex tool, wrench, and has a Tungsten Carbide Ball that makes it a trusty window breaker. Made from titanium, the BoB also has a 1/4″ driver, bottle opener, and lashing holes.

Source: Prometheus Design Werx


Nike Tennis Classic Woven – The iconic Nike Tennis Classic is a simple silhouette that can withstand the test of time. There haven’t been many updates, and rightfully so, but Nike is switching things up with a woven upper. The iconic swoosh is noticeably missing and now sports a finely woven upper that is contrasted by leather reinforced eyelets. The vulcanized sole stays true to the original in a crisp, clean white.

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A Cold Wall – The second season for the former assistant to Virgil Abloh is getting some rave reviews. Samuel Ross’s sophomore effort with A Cold Wall blends casual street with experimental fashion. The spring and summer collection further inspects how far simple printed graphic T-shirts can blend with intricately constructed bottoms. I’ll be the first to admit that I have no clue what “No Water” across the front means, but A Cold Wall has piqued my interest; excited to see what else is in store.

Source: A Cold Wall


Google Photos – Besides offering the world’s best search engine, the Mountain View-based Google now wants to host all your pictures for free. This isn’t just for the ones on your phone, but your entire library of jpegs. Pretty nice gesture, and you might be wondering what the rub is? Well, besides using this information to gank you later in life, the storage system does not save the pictures in its original size. Google Photos saves your pictures in a view-able size, but not the original whopping 10mb. Google Photos works with your phone and your desktop to combine your entire world of pictures, and sorts them by date and location (assuming Geo-Tagging was turned on).

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Diamond Supply Co. x Ronnie Fieg – Diamond Supply Co. is looking to see if lightning can strike three times with an all new collaboration with Ronnie Feig for ASICS. The classic Gel SAGA returns in this project in a beautiful Tiffany inspired colorway. Using the trademark blue the bright colors are mixed with a stealthy black. Blending nubuck and leather adds texture that further enhances the start contast. No release day for the three-way collaborative Gel SAGA has been announced, but stay tuned.

Source: Diamond Supply Co.


Tanner Goods Natural Cordovan Straps – Tanner Goods knows its way around leather, and while they’ve been fashioning beautiful wallets, bags, and belts, this spring they dive into straps. The classic NATO strap is usually made from nylon, but this Portland-based brand switches it up with premium Cordovan leather. The quality and detail is impeccable, and sourcing leather from the famed Horween tannery means a thick 4/5 ounce natural strap. Each strap is hand sewn and outfitted with Tanner Goods’ custom stainless steel hardware.

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Slam Jam x Undefeated – Hard to believe that Slam Jam has turned 25, but they’ve been holding down Europe since day one. To commemorate this rare achievement, Slam Jam is teaming up with Undefeated to create a capsule collection. The collection centers around the “U.S.J.89” lettering that marks Slam Jam’s birth, and a significant “Slam Jam XXV” label. The collection is made up of graphic T-shirts, mesh shorts, pullover hoodies, and athletic crew-necks that will be available this Saturday, June 6.

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{illustrated example x Miir – Vancouver-based {illustrated example is best known for their quality apparel, but in their downtime, they’re fans of crisp, cold beer. For spring 2015, the hit up Miir to make a growler and howler set. Using high-quality Korean stainless steel, the set offers double wall vacuum insulation and an innovative threadless clamp system. All of this attention to detail ensures your cold beverages stay that way for at least 24+ hours, and the hot stuff for 12+.

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