Getting these for that spring time on a boat type shit… Lol.
For fans of the labels spiked-out silhouettes, Christian Louboutin presents a more casual version of the eye-catching Rollerboy Spikes for Spring/Sumer 2013. The Roller-Boat Flat White slip-ons for 2013 sport white studs which envelope the luxurious leather upper that sits atop a stitched rubber sole. Perfect for almost any occasion, Christian Louboutin’s Roller-Boat Flat White sneakers are now available online for $1,095 USD.
The late, great Adam “MCA” Yauch from the legendary Beastie Boys covers the New York Times Magazine!!! via High Snobiety
The New York Times Magazine presents for their last issue of the year “The Lives They Live” series, documenting the heroes that we have lost in 2012. For us and our industry, one of the saddest passings was for sure Adam “MCA” Yauch from the Beastie Boys.
“Yauch and the other Beasties — Adam (Ad-Rock) Horovitz and Michael (Mike D) Diamond — came from circumstances that had previously not produced any rappers of note. They were white Jewish New Yorkers who played together as a teenage hardcore band before they made hip-hop records; when they started rapping, they bent the music to their own concerns without robbing it of its outlaw appeal. They rhymed about beer, girls and mischief in screwy, squirrelly voices over music — by the producer, Def Jam co-founder and would-be Beastie-Svengali Rick Rubin — that pilfered ’70s dirtbag metal, old-school funk and the “Mr. Ed” theme song. They were somehow both credible and ludicrous, a joke about hip-hop that never felt like a joke at hip-hop’s expense. Their debut album, “Licensed to Ill,” from 1986, was the first rap record to top the Billboard 200.”
Yauch is featured on the cover of The New York Times Magazine, as seen on the above picture. Read the full profile on the iconic artist, who passed away May 2012, here.
This is way too dope.
Here are some of the specs:
ENGINE & DRIVETRAIN:
- RIPP Gen2 supercharger system with intercooler
- RIPP longtube headers
- RIPP fuel injectors
- Diablosport ECU flash
- Gibson dual-exit exhaust
- ATB front and rear differentials
- 5.31:1 gears
- Matte military green vinyl wrap
- Smittybuilt XRC front bumper with winch
- Smittybuilt XRC rear bumper with hitch and tire carrier
- Smittybuilt XRC fender flares
- Body Armor Base roof rack
- Body Armor Recon Cargo Basket
- KC auxiliary lighting
- N-FAB Wheel-to-Wheel nerf steps
- LED head light rings, turn signals, tail lights and fender lighting
INTERIOR & ELECTRONICS:
- Auto Meter boost and wide-band air/fuel ratio gauges
- Pioneer touch-screen navigation head unit with DVD playback, bluetooth and XM radio
- Reverse camera
- Boston Acoustics amplifier
- (x2) Kicker component system
- (x2) Kicker 12″ subwoofers
- Heat shield insulation for roof panels
- Neoprene grab handles
- Pro Comp 6″ Lift Kit
- FOX 2.0 Pro Series shocks with remote reservoirs
- FOX 2.0 Performance Series steering stabilizer
WHEELS, TIRES & BRAKES:
- ATX Artillery wheels, 20×9″ -12 offset (matte military green / black finish)
- Toyo Open Country M/T tires, 38×13.50R20
- Brembo big brake kit, 6 piston calipers / 380mm cross-drilled 2-piece rotors
- OE-sized cross-drilled rear rotors
Ok, ok… This song is one of my guilty pleasures this year. All of the things that are wrong with it, are the things that make me love the song. Such irony. The fact that the lyrics are so basic, he’s talking that cocaine/brick talk, The beat never ever drops, there is no kick, clap, or hi hat in the track. Just a dominant synth, bells, a worm lead, and the conga serves as the back drop for the beat and of course the sub bass that comes in at the hook. I mean nothing is right with this song but it still jams to me. Lol. I don’t know man, maybe I’ve lived in ATL too long… Lol. I guess that’s the beautiful thing about Atlanta, there are NO rules in hip hop for example look at how my man Trinidad James blew up. I think this “Columbia” record could be big.
All Gold Everything….
Add a gold colorway to the seemingly never-ending color palette offered up by the Impossible Project. Utilizing recently procured and original SX 70 Alpha Ivory cameras, each features an elegant white body with gold anodized brushed aluminum skin. Presented in an elegant gift box, the camera also comes with two packs of their limited PX 680 Color Protection films with matching golden frame. The Impossible Project SX-70 Gold Edition Camera pack can be purchased online for $540 USD.
In the fifth installment of the ongoing series entitled The Man’s Guide to Buying a Watch, Swiss manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen walks the viewer through how one should maintain that special timepiece. Having crafted watches that have been given lofty praises that include “works of art” and “style statements,” it should come as no surprise that a little tender loving care is necessary every once in a while. Amongst the key tips is that wearers should “avoid vibrations and impact,” “magnetic fields,” “rinse after salt water exposure,” “not adjust date and calendar between 8PM and 2AM” and “use chronograph pushers with care.”
So who’s down to take a trip to Switzerland with me in 2013????
Following the opening of its first store in the famous Swiss ski resort in 2004, Louis Vuitton inaugurates a new winter resort store on the renowned Promenade, Gstaad. The popular winter destination seems an appropriate choice given the fact that 2012 marked the historic site’s 700th anniversary of providing ample and valuable real estate for those looking for a little bit of adventure. The store is a subtle mixture of the architectural traditions and principals of Louis Vuitton and the personality of the region – thus evoking refinement, luxury, and a poetic journey that takes visitors to the heart of the Alpine valley.