Our Latest Look At The adidas Harden Vol. 2

Back in September we have you a first look at the adidas Harden Vol. 2, James Harden’s upcoming second signature shoe with the Three Stripes. Today we come across brand new colorways of the adidas Harden Vol. 2.

The first pair of the adidas Harden Vol. 2 comes in an Orange finish complimented by the graphic design on the cage overlay. The second pair opts for a tonal finish where shades of Red/Burgundy take care of the entire upper.

Features on the shoe include the Harden medallion logo on the tongue, a sock-like bootie, side panel overlays that are also part of the lacing system, a Primeknit-constructed toecap and a super chunky Boost midsole and rubber outsole. Now that you’ve seen more versions of the  adidas Harden Vol. 2, what’s the verdict on the new model? Stay tuned as more images and release info begin to surface Continue reading

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The Vans Old Skool Teak Brown Comes With A Premium Look

The Vans Old Skool gets covered in an appropriate hue for the current Fall season as we bring you a look at the new Teak Brown pair.

Looking at this Vans Old Skool we can see that the entire upper of the shoe comes covered in a dark brown suede giving it a tonal look that is perfect for the current season. Adding to the premium look of the shoe is a brown leather inner liner that assures comfort. A black rubber midsole/outsole completes the look on this Vans Old Skool that can be purchased at select Vans retailers now for $60. Continue reading

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GoPro Camera Versus 1,100-Degree Lava Flow

Seen here looking suspiciously like a thinly veiled GoPro commercial, this is a video of Hawaii volcano guide Erik Storm’s GoPro playing chicken with a slowly approaching 1,100-degree lava flow. The lava eventually reaches the camera (which Erik forgot he’d placed there while dropping some volcanic knowledge on tourists), causing it to burst into flames. Amazingly, Erik was able to retrieve the GoPro when he remembered about twenty seconds later, and it still functions. “Whatever, I lasted longer.” Haha, no you sure as hell didn’t, Gollum. Continue reading

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Sacrifice and Sanctity: Blood Paintings by Vincent Castiglia

Vincent Castiglia is a renowned New York–based artist who paints large-scale portraits using blood. He began this project in 2000, shortly before he began as a tattoo artist. His work has been recognized worldwide, attracting attention and accolades from Slayer’s Gary Holt, comedian Margaret Cho, and the late H. R. Giger, who in 2008, invited…

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Release Reminder: Pharrell x adidas NMD Hu Trail Collection

Just a quick release reminder that the all four pairs from the Pharrell x adidas NMD Hu Trail Collection are set to drop tomorrow.

The Pharrell x adidas NMD Hu Trail Collection will include the four different colorways you see above. The color schemes as listed as Noble Ink/Bold Yellow/FTWR White, Core Black/FTWR White/FTWR White, Pale Nude/Core Black/Yellow and Sun Glow/Core Black/EQT Yellow

All four pairs are constructed out of Primeknit uppers paired up with leather accents which can be seen on the heel.  Each colorway will also come with a unique message going down the middle of the shoe, White Boost midsoles, tonal EVA inserts that connect to the Boost midsole as well as to the lacing system, and a Trail-styled rubber outsole made for your outdoor adventures. What’s your favorite pair from the pack? Take a look at all four pairs above and look for them at select retailers and online on Saturday, November 11th  for the retail price of $250. Continue reading

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Dr Wong’s gift ting “Hitman Sniper” for free

Grab it now whilst it’s free…..

For some shameful reason, being a sniper in video games is brilliant fun. Hitman: Sniper knows this, delivering an entire game in which your only interaction with people is shooting them from a very long distance. Overlooking a sprawling Alpine chalet, you’re given 10 minutes to kill a series of targets, all of whom are people traffickers, which assuages the messy moral ambiguity. Your prey and their security guards wander about waiting to be picked off, preferably by putting a bullet into a piece of machinery or plate glass balcony to make it look like an unfortunate accident. Bonus points are awarded if corpses fall somewhere discreet; popping your target near a swimming pool or precipice does the trick. Over successive missions you get to know the location and the pieces of scenery that become lethal when shot at the right moment. All in all, a wonderful guilty pleasure. Continue reading

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