Whether you were a patriotic G.I. Joe or wanted to rule the world with the evil Cobra forces, you've gotta love the 25th Anniversary Cobra Set and 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe Set ($25/each). These glorious retro figures are re-imagined versions of the originals, with the Cobra set featuring Cobra (The enemy), Baroness, Storm Shadow, Destro and Cobra Commander, while the G.I. Joe set includes Duke, Agent Scarlett, Snake Eyes, Gung Ho, and Roadblock. Now if we can just find our U.S.S. Flagg Aircraft Carrier.
The greatest partnership in geekdom — Star Wars and Lego — continues with this Motorized Walking AT-AT ($130). Ready for you to stage your own Battle of Hoth, the 12" tall AT-AT walks and moves its head thanks to Lego's Power Functions System. The set includes AT-AT Pilot, General Veers, Snowtrooper and Luke Skywalker with grappling line and Lightsaber. Thermal detonator already in place. [via]
Leave it to Timberland to take the best of both worlds and combine them for a fantastic coat. That's what they've done with the Timberland Mount Davis Mixed-Media Chore Coat, which mingles a waxed cotton outer with leather trim. It's lined with 100% cotton plaid flannel and features four front pockets and a hidden zip pocket on the inside to guard valuables from the elements. It's the perfect coat as cooler weather blows in, made using the premium materials that Timberland always employs to help give you a fresh look for fall.
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A modern reinvention of the house slipper, Mahabis Classic Slippers are far more than just something you slip on to get the morning paper. The sleek, award winning one-piece upper is comfortable on its own, but transforms into a quasi-shoe with the detachable TPU sole, letting you transition from indoor to outdoor wear in seconds. Made in Europe, they come in two shades of gray with a choice of sole colors, and are also available in nubuck leather or a breathable mesh that's great for warm weather.
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One of the most loved toys in the world goes back to its roots with this Collector's Edition Slinky ($8). Sporting the "dark metal" coloring of the original, this Slinky also comes in a box that features the original package design from 1945.
While probably not the most useful gadget you'll ever buy, the Bandai Hex Robotic Bug ($19) is still a super cool desk toy. Coming straight from Japan via Uncrate sponsors AudioCubes, the Hex Bug reacts to sound and avoids obstacles with a few claps. Take your pick from five different bug types, or collect them all for an electronic infestation.