Thrash Lab heads to Las Vegas to create some serious beard envy when they profile the full grown subculture at the 2012 National Beard and Moustache Championships.
National Geographic and the Cincinnati Zoo teamed up to catch the fastest runners on the planet in super slow motion. Over the course of three days, the crew and their Phantom camera slowed five cheetahs, clocking in at over 60 miles per hour, down to 1200 frames per second.
The 1960's was a revolutionary time for diving, with significant improvements to underwater diving apparatus and underwater timing instruments. Leading the charge was Oris, and now they've reached back into their archives for the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Watch. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed blue-dialed version, the green Oris arrives with an updated look of the original while retaining retro details like the slim case line, thin bezel, and trapezoid date window. It's also taken advantage of 21st-century watchmaking techniques with Swiss Made automatic movement, bubble-curved glass made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and anti-reflective coating on the inside to reduce glare and increase legibility while underwater. This direct descendant of one of Oris's first diver's comes with a choice of three straps and a metal bracelet, and successfully melds the groundbreaking features of the original with modern enhancements for a diver that's in a class by itself.
Already known for their quality craftsmanship, Shinola recently branched out into the world of audio equipment with the release of the Runwell Turntable. The Runwell Turntable features a built-in phono preamplifier and a belt driven pulley, and every component and element were carefully sourced from manufacturers around the globe before being built at the brand new Shinola Audio factory in Detroit under the watchful eye of Alex Rosson, Director of Audio. They might be the new kid on the block, but the Runwell is already in the conversation with some of the best turntables on the market, and should make even hardcore audiophiles pay attention.
Presented by Shinola.
Former basketball player Dikembe Mutombo is out to defend our planet and prevent the end of the world. With his flying doves and magical flute, Mutombo has four and a half weeks to carve more days into the Mayan calendar and buy us some more time on Earth. Help save us by playing Old Spice's pixelriffic game Dikembe Mutombo's 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World.