Retro hiking shoes were the inspiration for these chunky, do-everything kicks. The X-Racer is perfect for the great outdoors and is constructed with a midsole that absorbs impact thanks to a combo of cushioning and compression resistance. This makes them a great choice for anyone that is navigating an urban commute or an intense hike. Each pair also benefits from custom leather pouches on each side for a functional boost, and inside one pocket of each pair is an alternate and contrasting set of laces for future use or to change up the look of the shoes entirely.
Koleda is redefining radiant heating with the Solus+, a sleek, minimalist heater that doubles as home decor. Using graphene-based infrared technology, the Solus+ measures only 10mm thick and can free stand or be wall mounted. The unit uses a standard electrical outlet, and with the integrated smartphone app, adjust settings and monitor usage habits for maximum efficiency. An included wireless thermostat ties to the app for high-accuracy temperature monitoring.
Presented by Koleda.
Presented by Koleda.
Inspired by WWII-era service issue gear, this black leather watch strap is a true classic. Also known as a "Bund" strap, this one is virtually identical to the ones made in the 1970s that were not only chosen by pilots but also notable timepieces aficionados like Steve McQueen and Paul Newman — the latter of which famously wore a black Bund strap with his legendary Rolex Daytona for decades. Made for timepieces with 20mm lug width. Watch not included.
"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." Steve Jobs opened the Mac team's January 1983 retreat with these words, hoping to retain a rebel spirit within the growing group. Later that year, the team was forced to relocate to a larger building, and programmer Steve Capps had the bright idea of flying a pirate flag above the building in a show of solidarity. While Capps sewed the black cloth for the flag, it was designer Susan Kare who painted the skull and crossbones, finished off with a rainbow Apple logo eyepatch. The original flew over the building for more than a year and has since been lost — but now you have a chance to purchase one of your own. Hand-painted by Susan Kare in her California studio, each flag measures 3' x 5', is meant for indoor display only, and is limited to a maximum of 500 examples, all of which will be slightly unique in appearance.