Adidas revamps its iconic golf shoes, waxed canvas from Oakland (and Scotland, and Japan), futuristic ski goggles and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Ketums Bondy Jacket
Ketums’ first offering is handmade in Oakland, California with waxed canvas from Scotland and lined with Japanese flannel — you might say it’s the best of all worlds.
Globe GLB-GSB Blazer 26 Inch
Ditch the exploding hoverboard. Globe’s new skateboard comes packed with technology including a wireless Bluetooth speaker built directly into the board for the ultimate soundtrack to your skate session.
Mott and Bow Norfolk Raw Denim
Mott & Bow’s new jeans come in two silhouettes — a slim and a straight — both constructed from 12.5-ounce raw denim.
Oakley Airwave 1.5
Oakley’s highly advanced goggles features a heads-up display (dubbed “Recon Snow2”) detailing real-time descent and jump metrics, resort maps and smartphone notifications; it’s also GoPro-compatible.
Tour360 Boost Golf Shoes by Adidas Golf
Adidas Golf’s Tour360 is arguably the most well-known shoe line in all of golf. (Y.E. Yang famously wore a pair when he took down Tiger at the 2009 PGA Championship.) Now Adidas Golf has come out with its newest and most innovative shoe in the line: the new Tour360 Boost. It’s the first Tour360 to incorporate Adidas’s famed Boost technology and a full-length gripping outsole (rather than just a cluster in each shoe’s forefoot and heel). It also has a supportive foot arch and an S-curve heel to prevent blisters. A limited number of Tour360 Boost shoes are available now, but they’ll hit mass market on January 8, 2016 — in both Boa and traditional lace versions.
MiN New York Scent Stories, Volume 2
Need another reason to buy up one of our favorite scents of 2015? They’re a lasting investment: each bottle was hand screened to block out UVA light that would diminish the scents’ quality.
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