Named after the Mexican town where it's made by hand in a state-of-the-art, ethical factory, the Nisolo Leon Weekender Bag offers understated looks and top-notch construction. It's crafted from soft vegetable-tanned leather made using an age-old process, and will naturally gain character over time. Other features include an inner zipper pocket, tan cotton canvas lining, leather carry handles, leather zipper pulls, and an adjustable leather shoulder strap.
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Using a mix of textured and smooth full-grain leather on the upper, these UGG Lamont Boots offer just the right amount of style needed to mix well with any ensemble. An ENERG insole helps to keep your feet comfy during all-day wear, a Treadlite outsole gives you dependable traction, and the 5-inch height keeps your ankles warm and protected in colder weather. Also available in brown.
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Humanoid robots can be a lot more complex than what you'll see out of the Robosapien down at your local Best Buy. With the KONDO KHR-1 Robot Kit ($1100), for instance, you do the programming and controls, and the robot features 17 adjustable joints, and can do things like back flips and cartwheels. The KONDO KHR-2HV Kit ($1000) is the upgraded version of the KHR-1, and is faster, lighter, and features more controls, gears, servos, tricks, and skills than its predecessor. The Robovie-M V3 Robot Kit ($2700) has 22 joint angular sensors, and is capable of movements such as throws, punches, handstands, and playing soccer. It also automatically pushes itself upright after a fall, which is more than we can say for most of our drinking buddies.
The Transformers were cool. How many other toys combined sweet cars with dudes who carried big energy guns? The Transformers 20th Anniversary Optimus Prime ($70) is the ultimate Transformer for enthusiasts of both the show and toys alike. This Optimus contains great detail and speaks phrases from the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie. A twelve-inch tall, talking Optimus Prime? Count us in.