2017 Dodge Challenger T/A

2017 Dodge Challenger T/A

The latest in Dodge's string of heritage muscle car revivals is this, the 2017 Dodge Challenger T/A. Originally built for the Sports Car Club of America's Trans Am (hence the T/A) racing series in 1970 with a production run of less than 2,400, the original Challenger T/A was one ...

The All American Collection Combines PF Flyers Heritage With New Balance Technology

The All American Collection Combines PF Flyers Heritage With New Balance Technology

Old school meets new school with the All American collection from PF Flyers. The sneakers are modeled after a best-seller from the ’60s and boast vintage details to highlight that fact. But don’t confuse these for the simple kicks your old man probably tossed on his feet back in the day, because the All American collection is outfitted with New Balance Fresh Foam insoles, which were crafted using data to provide ultra-supportive cushioning and softness. Lace up a pair and you’ll feel like playing stickball under some Fourth of July fireworks and following it up with some apple pie.

1970 Dodge Charger Tantrum

1970 Dodge Charger Tantrum

The 1970 Dodge Charger was no lead sled. With a top speed of about 140 mph and 0 to 60 times in the mid 5 seconds, the Charger was an enthusiastic performer. Of course, that was 1970 and aside from making appearances in the Fast and Furious, supercars reign supreme now. Which bri...

ICON 1964 Dodge Power Wagon

ICON 1964 Dodge Power Wagon

Meet the latest from designer Jonathan Ward of L.A.-based ICON: the 1964 Dodge Power Wagon. Rather than trying to custom build a chassis to a vintage body, ICON hand-mates a 1964 Dodge body to a 2007 Dodge 2500 Mega-Cab chassis which results in a much tighter build. It also allow...

Rhone Makes Elevated Activewear for Men

Rhone Makes Elevated Activewear for Men

Fellas, we’ve been left behind in the activewear game for too long. For years, activewear for men simple meant loose-fitting clothing that’s so unattractive you won’t mind sweat stains and rips and tears at the seams. Rhone has set out to change that. Rhone is the collective vision of a small group of weekday warriors. They leverage advanced materials and technology to craft activewear that moves with you, stands up to frequent gym sessions and morning runs, and looks good throughout it all. That means you can break a sweat without looking like you’re couching it on a lazy Sunday. Plus, since they refuse to sacrifice performance for profit, you’re getting next-level activewear without making your wallet feel like it just ran a 10K…