Topo Designs launches a new in-house label, OYO Mountain Products, a line of goods that shares its sibling's colorful DNA, but brings more of a sport-minded aesthetic. Some of our favorites from the collection include the colorful watch straps, bags, and their take on a climbing jacket which you can view after the jump.
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
The luxury vehicle manufacturer recently revealed its model for the Porsche Design P’4911 baby stroller, which blends materials such as carbon fiber, aluminum and ball-bearing wheels into a model that is better suited for young boy toddlers whose parents have an affinity for masculine detail. The design is minimal and sleek, and folds up to fit in the trunk. The price has not been determined yet, but if it’s anything like its parent vehicle, the asking amount will not be cheap.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Rev up the fun with this realistic Mercedes G55 ride-on, Licensed with authentic Mercedes Benz details.
The ultimate luxury SUV on the road, this toy is a ride-on version of the former military off-road vehicle turned luxury SUV.
The 12V battery propels 2 passengers at a cruising speed of up to 5 MPH when the gas pedal is pressed; releasing the pedal brings the car to a smooth stop.
Deep treaded plastic wheels with chrome hubcaps roll smoothly over paved surfaces.
The interior keeps young drivers entertained with 8 interactive buttons that play different authentic SUV sound effects.
This truck has a real working FM radio, horn and an MP3 outlet to play music from any MP3 player or iPod.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Igloo’s Yukon series “cold locker” coolers ($330+) are a new breed of portable storage capable of keeping contents cool for up to fourteen days(!) on the road. Before your brain starts wandering to week long beer-a-thons on a deserted beach, be clear that these professional grade coolers were built with lengthy hunting & fishy trips in mind. The entire series feature, stainless steel hinges, hardware and dual lid locks, plus a minimum of three inches of foam on the lid, and two inches of foam in the cooler body. Rugged, wide-grips integrated with the handles make the coolers easy to move or tie down, even with gloves on. Thanks to the reversible skid/anti-skid pads on the bottom of the cooler, buyers can choose between stability and sliding to save their backs. Sold in 50, 70, 150, 250 quart sizes, each version even includes a built in fish measurement ruler for inspecting your whooper or tall boy.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Makes 30 doughnuts per batch Dough dispensing mechanism creates the perfect sized mini doughnut Stainless steel spatulas turn and delivers doughnuts to the dispensing chute Includes drip tray to change oil after each use Serve piping hot doughnuts in less than 90 seconds Safety guard lid keeps hands away from hot oil
Actual product dimensions are 22.8 L x 6.9 W x 14 H
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
As Smurfs 3D movie is set to be released in cinemas this Wednesday 3rd August, these watches have dropped to accompany it. The watches come in four styles in either a white or turquoise colour, with Smurfs’ graphics printed all over the face and strap. They’re available from Colette now.
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Cascades ThermaFresh Cardboard Coolers
Sometimes it’s nice to keep things chilled without lugging around a cooler. Cascade’s Cardboard Cooler Boxes ($15) are a new green alternative to the styrofoam options we’ve all used before (which are probably still sitting in mint condition on the garbage heap they were dumped on, right next to the Twinkies). Each box is composed of 70% recycled cardboard and features a NorShield waterproof coating for enhanced durability. On the cooling front, these boxes pretty much match the performance of other disposable coolers and can maintain a temperature of 41° F for 36 hours straight using two bags of ice. Having the french word for cold stamped in giant block letters across the box, unfortunately, won’t help your cool factor at all.
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Dutch design company Bugaboo expands its All Black Collection with the launch of the Bugaboo Bee All Black. This latest special edition stroller features an exclusive matte black chassis outfitted in black fabric. Compact yet complete, the one-piece foldable design is slim enough to navigate through the tightest of spots yet still accommodate newborns to toddlers. An official release is set for September 2011, priced at $699 USD. (Hyperbeast)
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Designer Richard Clarkson has created a cradle for adults, in collaboration with Grace Emmanual, Brodie Campbell, Jeremy Broker, Eamon Moore, Kahlivia Russell and Joya Boerrigter. "Cradle" is about creating a safe, comfortable and relaxing environment in which the user can dissipate the overstimulation of their senses. The design was heavily directed by a synthesis of research into Autism and children with Rhythmic Movement Disorder (RMD), as well as saftey, sustainability, function and aesthetics. The chair is designed for maximum relaxation, comfort and calmness."
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Want a crash course on the “miracles” of modern industrial food science? Then take a gander at the ingredients of a bag of big brand microwave popcorn. What seems like a simple process apparently requires a labs worth of chemicals and GMO’s (genetically modified organisms) to flavor, preserve, and pop those gum aggravating kernels into an edible form. The folks at Quinn Popcorn hope to change that. Through their Kickstarter campaign, the fledgling company aims to create a line of gourmet popcorn, that uses natural and tasty ingredients to shake up the snack food world. Since the bag is the scariest component of modern popcorn, Quinn has also developed a so-called Pure Pop Bag, which is made from 100% compostable paper and completely free of PFOAs, PFCS, and even the susceptor (a.k.a. that scary microwave-energy-channeling metallic strip found in typical bags). The result of all that ingenuity is a pure marriage of corn and paper. Natural flavoring and oils are then added on after the fact — giving you a chance to feel like a chef, while avoiding the need for advanced preservatives, cooking agents, and the like. Their proposed first batch of flavors includes interesting combinations like Vermont maple & sea salt, lemon & sea salt, and rosemary & parmesan. Pledging $15 or more will score you an inaugural box of the flavor of your choice, with bigger donations resulting in even more movie grazing goodness.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The company is located in Massachusetts and one in Canada. Other products they have are travel bags, rain shields, and a cup holder for example. They make a wide variety of handy accessories for the uppa baby stroller line that they produce, and the reliability and dependability of their strollers is what has given them such a good name in the international market.
The three versions is the vista, g-luxe, and g-lite. The VISTA version is used for the child to grow from newborn to toddler stages but done in style. It’s ideal to take the child on the road with this version and the most expensive version of strollers that Uppa Baby has which is $679.99. It comes with a bassinet when you buy this stroller version which the other two doesn’t have that option. Comes with a weather shield and mesh bag. And for the stroller, it is only good for babies from newborn to five months. It comes in six different colors to choose from.
The G-luxe is priced at $159.99 and is lightweight and sleek. It is consider a light umbrella stroller and the child can recline comfortably whether you are on the go or traveling to places. It weighs 11 pounds and it comes in four colors. You can fold it up and it’s easy to carry. It is recommended for babies from at least three months old to when they weigh at 40 pounds. A removable cup holder is optional to use such as when going for walks. It comes with four colors.
Monday, July 25, 2011
To celebrate their 15th anniversary, Medicom presents a new 400% wooden Karimoku Bearbrick toy in collaboration with Horizon. The handmade wooden Karimoku Bearbricks still remain to be our favorite our of the large collection that is released every season. The above toy will release July 30th, 2011.
Friday, July 22, 2011
I was recently given the opportunity to try SproutBaby Organic baby food. My son is 15 months and has been on table food for a while now, but I thought since it was organic that we would give it a shot.
We were sent 6 pouches of SproutBaby Organic Baby Food and not only did my 15 month old love it, so did my 3 year old!! We were sent 6 different flavors including:
- Oatmeal with Roasted Cinnamon Applesauce
- Peach Rice Pudding
- Roasted Apples and Blueberries
- Roasted Butternut Squash
- Sweet Baby Carrots
- Roasted Bananas and Mango
Each variety was a success and I’m sure both would have licked the bowl if I would have let them.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Powder Coated Steel Frame / Black
Oversized, Double Crown Fork / Black
Hand Cut & Laced Grips / Aged Leather
Hand Crafted, Laser Engraved, Turn & Tuck Seat / Aged Leather
Hand Crafted, Tank Mounted, Turn & Tuck Inserts / Aged Leather
Sealed Bottom Bracket
4130 Chromoly 3 Piece Cranks
Polycarbonate Platform Pedals
(4) Twin Mounted Tires
(4) Custom Crafted Alloy Rims
Limited Production Run of (12)
Built To Order: 11 of 12 Remaining
Complimentary Domestic Shipping / International Orders: LINK
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The Boon Flair Pedestal Highchair has an unusual design: Its one-piece molded plastic seat sits atop a pedestal instead of on legs. Despite the high price, reviewers give it good marks for its modern looks and easy cleanup. It adjusts easily with a pneumatic foot pedal, but it does lose some points for not offering a recline feature. In the same price range, the Svan (*est. $250) and Stokke Tripp Trapp (*est. $250) are European-designed wooden high chairs with seats that adjust both vertically and horizontally. Most reviewers say you don’t need to spend more than $200 on a highchair. The Fisher-Price Rainforest Healthy Care High Chair (*est. $90) has seven height adjustments, lockable casters and a three-position recline. I have this chair, and its worth the extra coin…..
Monday, July 18, 2011
Boil fruits and vegetables in water (separately, of course), or steam them until tender. Tasty ones to start with include apples, pears, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, green beans, bananas and avocados. (Skip the boiling process on the latter two.)
Allow food to cool a bit before transferring to a grinder, blender or food processor. Puree with a small amount of liquid -- either breast milk or formula. The amount of liquid you add depends on how advanced your little eater is. If you are just starting her on food, the mixture should be very thin. If she has been eating baby food for a while, a pasty consistency should suffice. For more experienced eaters and older babies, small chunks are okay. Start with a small amount of liquid. You can add more, but you can't take it away!
Saturday, July 16, 2011
After giving you a first look at the Jeremy Scott Leopard sneakers, we can now give you detailed preview of Jeremy Scott’s other Spring/Summer 2012 animal release, the Gorilla. Featured in our Highsnobiety Magazine Issue 3 Sneaker Attack editorial, the Gorilla gets his King Kong on in a hand-made paper set. For more on the background construction, check out print issue. My son would be carrying these all over the house...
- Reginald E. Weekes IV
- Reginald Weekes has incorporated panache into aspects of his life, from renovating property to sell Usher to touring with Diddy, and he can be found traveling around the globe and documenting his experiences through creative video pieces-He's even directed his own feature films. Reginald's current adventure is that of a stay home dad who's writing his next film, blogging about his provocative life experiences and men's accessories; (HudsonReginald.com), and creating cocktail menus for Atlanta restaurants. He stays on pulse with the current drink influences by observing what's going on not only in restaurants he consults for but also by analyzing style trends. " Mixology is ever evolving. " Weekes is currently compiling his much anticipated Summer Pocket Guide of Cocktails: both alcoholic and non-alcoholic for at home entertaining. " Every cocktail should tell a story that makes a memory", he says. -K. Diane Harrington (upscale magazine) For filmworks:http://vimeo.com/user1076937