Just like their automobiles, Porsche Design has created a knife for optimal performance and precision. The Universal Kitchen Knife is a must for any chef's arsenal and can power through any prep work with ease. Crafted from Japanese Pure 301 stainless steel, the quality blade effortlessly slices through meats and vegetables while its elegant ergonomic handle creates a comfortable hold.
Size: 15.2 cm
Founded by Kihachiro Onitsuka in 1949, Onitsuka Tiger made its name with the Limber, the first shoe to sport the Asics stripes on the side. It spawned the Limber leather, which was later renamed the Mexico 66 after the Olympic Games trials where it debuted. Over 50 years later, it's still an icon. Immediately identifiable, it's nonetheless subdued, making it appropriate for everything from grocery runs to evenings out. With a leather upper, contrasting stripes, an Ortholite sockliner, and suede detailing around the toe, it's an ideal choice for everyday wear.
From particles and dust to bacteria and contaminants, the air is full of harmful pollutants. The O2 Curve Mask offers superior protection from these hazards without sacrificing comfort. Its lined with medical-grade silicone to create a seal that can block particulate matter down to 0.1 microns while adjustable straps and soft silicone ear loops provide a secure, comfortable fit. As far as respirators go, the compact design is pretty stylish. It comes with a white shell but is also available in black, red, and blue. Each mask includes a 3-pack of electrostatic filters.
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Originally introduced in 1996, New Balance is bringing back the 850 for a return engagement. The shoe's wavy upper is made from a mix of suede, synthetics, and breathable mesh, with reflective measures on the heel and forefoot and a speed-lace design. Abzorb cushioning in the midsole provides added comfort, while the Rollbar TPU post in the midsole boosts stability. They're finished with a molded tongue label and a stitched logo on the outside rear.