When apparel companies collaborate, great things can happen. The Airblaster and Poler Ninja Suit is one of those things. Continue reading Airblaster X Poler Merino Ninja Suit
Patrona is known for their out of the box thinking and eye-catching designs that are also tech savvy. The Shirt Shuttle is a water-resistant, crush proof case for your shirts when travelling. Never again will your freshly pressed shirt get creased or wrinkled in your luggage. The anti-crease design of the integrated folding board sports rounded edges prevent any kind of wrinkles or creases from forming in transit. Buy (£30)
The distant future world portrayed in science fiction like Star Trek is now a bit closer to our reach. The Scout from Scanadu brings Star Trek tricoder functionality to reality. The scout can measure your heart rate, skin/core body temperature, SpO2 (Oxymetry), respiratory rate, blood pressure, ECG, and emotional stress. Scanadu built the Scout on the RTOS Micrium platform, the same analysis system used by NASA in their Curiosity Rover. Simply place the Scout on your forehead, and it will read a number of vital health stats. After a 10 second reading, your results will be displayed on your smartphone or tablet in an easy to read format. Coming soon, priced at $199. Check it out
Winter has arrived, making physical fitness goals tough to reach, especially without clear results. SKULPT Aim seeks to change that. This handheld body composition and muscle quality analyzer is the perfect tool to track and pinpoint results and problem areas. Founded by doctors and engineers, SKULPT aims to provide a medical-grade device that can quantify muscle quality (MQ) and body fat percentage quickly and easily. The Aim is used by simply placing the device over the muscle you want to measure, and the results are instant. MQ and fat percentage are immediately displayed on the device for that area. This helps to track the problem areas and know which muscle groups need to be worked. Continue reading SKULPT Aim
If you are a slave to a job that doesn’t offer casual Friday’s, or you love making a statement with bold socks, Nigel Knox Nifty Socks are the socks for you. Stemming from the most recent Friday fashion trend on Wall Street, crazy socks are making a resurgence among even the most modest of crowds. They show a bit of a sense of humor in an otherwise business as usual environment. Nigel Knox describes themselves as ‘an upscale purveyor of Nifty Socks, dedicated to perfecting the art of casual sophistication.’ And they’ve hit the nail on the head. Their socks are crafted in Italy with the finest of materials, and finished with hands on techniques. Materials such as Pima Cotton, Merino Wool, Cashmere and Alpaca fibers are used to make these some of the best socks on the market. Buy ($19.50-$45)
As a man who has a fairly good eye for fashion, sometimes it’s hard to actually find nice clothes that fit. I am what some would call vertically challenged. At 5’8″ I’m smack in the middle of average height, so you think there would be more choices. It seems that most quality goods cater to the 6′ and taller set. Peter Manning NYC is a clothier that serves men that are five-foot-eight and shorter. As you would imagine, the main focus is pants, but Manning also offers a great selection of shirts, sweaters, blazers and even ties. Their four step sizing system ensures the perfect fit for men of small stature. Shop now.
The Weekender by Everlane should be a staple of every man’s travel kit. This lightweight cabin-sized bag is perfect for day trips and weekend trips. Its reverse denim construction make it stand out, but in all the right ways. Everlane spared no expense, employing 100% leather straps and accents, and water resistant khaki twill lining. The Weekender fits in any overhead compartment. Priced right at $95, this bag will set you apart from the rest. Buy