Cool has become a hot fashion icon rather than a status of temperature in modern lives. It represents a kind of life style esp. in youth culture. To be cool is to be yourself, which is just the goal of getting cool tattoos.
Worn & Wound have announced the next iteration of our American-made and in-house designed NYC NATO, with three new colors made of Horween leather.
This is the first soft strapped watch made with 100% all-natural wood! A clean and minimal design to show off the wood’s beauty!
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The National Championships utilize an eighteen-category system based on the system commonly employed at the World Beard and Moustache Championships. The categories range from the delicate Dali moustache to the anything-goes full beard freestyle and are described in greater Details Here.
The New Balance 577 Rain Pack, inspired by Charles Macintosh´s waterproof fabric, features a highly water resistant upper and sits on top of a speckled ENCAP midsole.
NEIGHBORHOOD releases their interpretation of the military boot in the Officer / Cl-Shoes. The short 4 hole boot is featured in suede with leather interior lining set atop a leather storm welt with rubber soles.
The features a dedicated compartment for the Snowpulse Removable Airbag System which will inflate in the event of an avalanche to improve chances of rescue and survival. It also features a diagonal and A–frame ski carry and vertical board carry letting you haul gear easily.
Housed in a slim stainless steel case, this Uniform Wares wristwatch is balances the streamlined appeal of a dress watch with a masculine, utilitarian look to dashing effect.[Seen on Bonjourlife]
Tattoos are seen today as a sign of rebellion, a trademark for the new generations to show up freedom and personal thoughts. But in reality the practice of tattooing dates back to ancient times: first signs of tattoos were seen in 3300 b.c. and over the centuries tattoos have experienced glories and dark periods. In this exclusive gallery you’ll find plenty of cool tattoo ideas both for women and men, true artworks.
Who’s Seen Gravity?
You float alone in the vacuum of space, a filamentous lifeline providing the only connection to your ship. You turn off the intercom for a moment, enjoying how the absolute stillness allows you to be alone with your thoughts…
Thoughts that are rudely interrupted by the piercing hiss of air escaping your suit! NASA scientist Donald Kessler predicted that debris left behind by careless astronauts would continuously circle earth’s orbit, occasionally colliding to create an increasingly fragmented cloud of deadly shrapnel just waiting to hit an unsuspecting space walker.
The Kessler Syndrome in action, and you just happen to be its latest victim.
Rocket through any workaday atmosphere with the Soxfords’ Kessler Syndrome!