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Today in Gear: May 7, 2014

Today in Gear: We oogle fast cars, boosted shoes and Damien Hirst.



Adidas Pure Boost
Marking the first time that adidas has brought together the brightest minds from its Y-3, Originals and performance divisions, the Pure Boost is looking to be the best of all worlds when it comes to what’s on your feet. The Pures are centered around adidas’ hallmark BOOST sole and a minimal upper with just enough suede touches to separate it from pure athletic shoes. Learn More

Rezvani Beast 500
U.S.-based Rezvani Automotive Design has emerged pretty much out of nowhere. Their first model, the Beast 500, is built around the super quick, super light Ariel Atom. It’ll sport an angular carbon fiber body and will be powered by the 500 hp supercharged and turbocharged Honda engine used by Ariel to explode to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds. Starting price for this kind of speed? $139k. $139,000

NY Shaving Co Beard Kit
If you’re keeping your beard on as the weather gets hot, you need the supplies to keep it fresh and grease free. The Gentleman’s Beard Wash removes dirt and oil, while the cream relieves irritation from new growth and keeps your current beard soft and fly. Your beard is attached to your face, so make sure it looks intentional. $40

Analogue NT
The NES is now housed in a redesigned aluminum exterior, but is still compatible with your old controller, Contra and all the other original games. NES and Famicom games can be played with no emulation, but the hardware is redesigned to allow you to connect to your TV via an HDMI cable. The day has arrived, gentlemen. Show 8-bit games on your HD TV at the highest quality possible, with no blowing on cartridges. $499

Made by Fabrix Field Totes
Supporting the “keep it simple, stupid” mantra, Made By Fabrix’s new field tote does everything it needs to without trying too hard. Elegant waxed cotton canvas, veggie tanned leather and antique hardware all add up to a solid bag for the beach or whatever else you can dream up. $119

Damien Hirst ‘Mickey’ Print for Other Criteria
Your kid’s room need some livening up? Need a museum quality work that tackles issues of commercialism, corporate sponsorship and “the geometric distillation of the quintessential profile of a famous mouse”? Sure, Damian Hirst was famous for his outsider art as a member of the Young British Artists during the 1990s, but now he’s 48, has more money than God and is doing a small-edition print series with Disney so buy now while you can (sort of) afford it. Plus, 10 percent of your purchase will go to the genuinely great Kids Company. $6,793+

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