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6.10.15 :: Brothers Marshall, SSUR, Leica

6.10.15 :: Brothers Marshall, SSUR, Leica

By Peter

Brothers Marshall Summer 2015 – With their appreciation for throwback surf culture, summer is where Brothers Marshall truly shines. As the summer heat approaches, the SoCal-based surf brand launches a collection filled with a few familiar favorites and a load of new graphics. Brothers Marshall’s formula for T-shirts sticks to the the clean and simple typography with a bit of graphics thrown in for good measures. The budding brand also try their hand at tie-dye and experiments with tank-tops, cut-and-sew, and offers a nice range of bottoms and headwear. Keep your eye out for the new collection set to hit stores very soon.

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Bellroy Phone Case – Bellroy has a knack for stuffing a lot of utility into a small package. The latest Phone Case is no different as premium leather is used to protect your iPhone 6 with added compartments to sneak in a few essentials. The Phone Case is made from vegetable tanned leather and durable polycarbonate that has been lined in scratch-free microfiber. In addition to the nice build quality, there is room for a few credit cards along with a hidden pocket to hide an extra SIM. For those that want an even slimmer case, there is a version that holds one single credit card.

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Jean Shop for Club Monaco – Club Monaco’s special project, Makers & Muse, taps Eric Goldstein of Jean shop for their latest collaborative project. Using Goldstein’s eye for denim, Club Monaco is set to launch an exclusive collection of specially-cut pieces made in Los Angeles and New York. Goldstein’s ten year experience involves distressed pieces, but prefers denim that reaches this state through regular wear. Expect to see raw denim that is expertly tailored awaiting for you to break them in, along with some pieces that are comfortably worn-in.

Source: ClubMonaco

 

Alpinestars x jeffstaple x Scott Speed – What would you do for a star athlete heading into his third X Games in Austin? Alpinestars chose to hit up New York-based designer jeffstaple to create a customized kit for their pro Scott Speed. Using the pigeon as inspiration, jeffstaple developed a unique feather camouflage that was used across Speed’s racing shoes. In addition to the pair of shoes, the pattern was used across the helmet and co-branded with both Alpinestars and jeffstaple logos. The collaborative effort worked as Speed took home gold in the Rallycross competition.

Source: Alpinestars

 

Dyson CSYS LED – Dyson may be in your home already in the form of a vacuum, but now they may be there under a different capacity. The new CSYS LED lamp is a desk lamp with a bulb that can last 37 years. While most bulbs fizzle out after a couple years, the Dyson bulb lasts nearly four decades and operates at a temperature of 55 degrees, which is about half of most other bulbs. Being more energy efficient extends the life of the bulb, but yields the same amount of brightness. The bulbs are currently only available with the Dyson Desk lamp, but hopefully they will be available as standalone units very soon.

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SSUR x Bodega 2015 Summer “SSURPLUS Cornerstore” Collection – Bodega is always up to no good, and teaming up with SSUR has the boutique and brand turning out one of the hoodest collaborations ever. This is either hot fire or relegated to the clearance racks, but like Jordan says,”You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” The collection uses convenience stores as inspiration to create all-over printed tops and shorts. In addition to the wild and loud prints, SSUR contributes flips of familiar product logos, and a solid range of headwear.

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Leica Q – Leica hasn’t made any announcements since 2014, but today they released the new Leica Q. The camera is smaller than Leica’s collection of svelte cameras, yet it still boasts a huge 24-megapixel CMOS. Full frame power is squeezed into that tiny body along with an ISO range of 50,000, NFC, Wi-Fi, and HD video-recording at 30 or 60 fps. Leica built a custom CMOS sensor for the Q, and plans to pair it with a Summilux 28mm f/1.7 fixed lens. All of these groundbreaking features aren’t going to come cheap, and the Leica Q is set to retail at $4,250.

Source: Engadget

 

Nike Roshe Run LD-1000 – With the Fourth of July around the corner, it’s time to start looking for a pair of patriotic sneakers. There’s nothing better than rocking the red, white, and blue to the cookout, and Nike has you covered with the latest Roshe LD-1000. The casual runner is a near carbon copy of the classic Cortez and comes correct with red and navy uppers on a clean white midsole. You can’t go wrong with archival Nike on a comfortable EVA midsole, so keep your eyes peeled for these when they drop in the next few weeks.

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