Jake Gyllenhaal is a fencing psycho in the video for French electro-pop artist The Shoes, and no one is safe from his foil.
Indie rock band No takes the creepiness out of living, breathing crash test dummies and makes them quite endearing.
The catalyst for change for runners, the latest edition of the pioneering adidas' Ultraboost 21 features even more energy return than its predecessor. Each pair is built with a Linear Energy Push which provides a 15% increase in forefoot bending stiffness for added responsiveness. There's also more Boost cushioning for added energy return during your run that leads to more energy in all aspects of your life. The Primeknit+ upper offers a more precise knit; 50% of the upper is textile, and 75% of that is made from Primeblue, a recycled material containing at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic. Available in several colorways, they're finished with a Stretchweb outsole made using Continental rubber.
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A compilation of the best dance moves performed by 85 fans, all getting down to Graham Coxon.
You lose, but SrslySirius may have just won a golden ticket with this Willy Wonka remix.
CLMBR is the first vertical climber to feature a large-format touch display with on-demand, instructor-led classes. CLMBR's innovative design, high-quality build, low maintenance, and ease to move makes it perfect for in-home use. The machine is beautiful with an open structural design that leaves the user's views unobstructed, supporting a natural athletic posture. Our state-of-the-art display and companion app provide on-demand climbing classes and feature key user fitness and milestone metrics. The CLMBR Connected audio can fill any space, making it feel just like an exciting in-studio climbing class experience.
White golf gloves are nothing unusual. White gloves that are actually all white are. Asher's Yeti glove, taken from their Utility collection, pairs well with white-dominant ensembles. 100% precision-cut Cabretta leather forms the entire glove — including the closure — while perforations in the fingers help cooling when the scoring heats up.
The first episode in Dustin Cohen's Made in Brooklyn series follows Sam Zygmuntowicz, a contemporary luthier creating handcrafted violins since 1985.