Mott & Bow Introduces Black 4-Way Stretch Denim

Mott & Bow Introduces Black 4-Way Stretch Denim

Gone are summer days full of light denim and flip-flops. It’s time to embrace the dark side. If you’re hunting for a pair of black jeans, here’s why The Morton from Mott & Bow should be on the top of your list. First, they’re made with Stay Black technology, which means they are fade resistant. Second, they’re crafted with high performance 4-way stretch denim. While most jeans just stretch horizontally, The Morton stretches both horizontally and vertically without losing its shape. That means more comfortable jeans, great for bike rides and daily activities. Pick up a pair and use code Coolmaterial10 for 10% off.

This Nike Shoebox Is Actually a Safe

This Nike Shoebox Is Actually a Safe

If you're trying to secure your stash and you just happen to have a few pairs of Js still in boxes, you need look no further than the Mandem Safe. The prototype Mandem Safe features a 5mm folded steel interior with a cam lock and pre-drilled holes for floor mounting, and it's all...

Converse Auckland Modern

Converse Auckland Modern

There have already been some great releases from this Converse by Nike setup, but this new Auckland Modern release has us believing we haven't seen anything yet. As part of the Converse Modern Collection, these Auckland Moderns are the first release from the limited collection de...

The History of Headphones

The History of Headphones

Surprisingly, not everyone wants to hear our music. When we were pumping our LCD Soundsystem mixtape, others in the office said they couldn’t “concentrate” and they “wished we were fired.” For this, and for many other reasons, headphones are an absolute necessity in our daily lives. It was long before Steve Jobs produced white earbuds and Dr. Dre jumped in the game, however, that people began getting tunes pumped into their ear canal. Here’s basically how it all went down.

The Nike Cortez Is Back in Full Grain Leather

The Nike Cortez Is Back in Full Grain Leather

Whether we're talking about the classic Cortez revival from last year, the Cortez Nylon or the Basic Premium QS, bringing back the Cortez was one of our favorite moves Nike has made in years. The Cortez is back, again, in a full grain leather edition that's as luxe as it simple....

Nike Cortez Basic Premium QS

Nike Cortez Basic Premium QS

Just because Forrest Gump rocked a pair of Nike Cortez sneakers does not mean the iconic shoe is for those lacking stylistic know-how. In fact, quite the opposite. Need proof? Check out this limited edition Nike Cortez Basic Premium QS, which you can pick up today from Need Su...

Nike Air Max LD-Zero H

Nike Air Max LD-Zero H

Equal parts reinterpretation of classic design and innovative new concept, Nike's latest release, the Air Max LD-Zero H, is a collaboration from Hiroshi Fujiwara (the founder of famed design house Fragment), Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker. Using the aesthetic of one of his favor...

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Sneakers Lace Themselves

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Sneakers Lace Themselves

In addition to being another gorgeous Tinker Hatfield release, the recently released Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 has a huge secret in its bag of tricks—adaptive lacing. Essentially, there's a sensor in the heel that you trigger when you step in that automatically tightens the laces. It...

Nike Mag Sneakers with Power Laces

Nike Mag Sneakers with Power Laces

While we don't have that hoverboard just yet, thanks to Nike, we are finally getting some legit Mags. Yes, the mythical sneakers from Back to the Future, the ones with laces that tie up on their own, are now a reality. The first pair of 2015 Nike Mags with power laces, not surpr...