You may think you know a pair of pants when you buy 'em, but denim's true character isn't revealed until your trou are well-loved, worn-in, and sudsed up a few times. Rather than just fade out like most pairs on the market—booooring—Betabrand's new Gay Jeans (yup) have a technicolor surprise hiding underneath the…
With an increasing number of bikes now sharing American roads with vehicle traffic, it's more important than ever to be as visible as you can on two wheels, especially at night. But with the Zap commuter jacket from Sugoi, that won't be much of a problem.
Are you already panicking about what to buy your friends and family for the holidays this year? Don't. First of all, it isn't even December yet, and second of all, we've assembled yet another guide of 20 great gift ideas for the people in your life who know receiving toys on Christmas never goes out of style.
There's been an important breakthrough in the field of ugly Star Wars shirts today, as scientist have announced that the worst, ugliest, most awful Star Wars shirt that could possibly exist in this universe or any other universe has been created — and there's no doubt it will never, ever be topped.
One of these Marvel Avengers shirts is a boys shirt, and one is a girls shirt. TRY TO GUESS WHICH IS WHICH.
A new student-run startup has come up with a "sexy, yet functional pocketed bra." Finally.
Worried about blowing a buckle the next time you binge at your local buffet? Best Made's belts are made from the same material as the harnesses that allow smokejumpers to safelty parachute into a raging inferno.
Tokyo Flash has turned another watch from concept to reality, and this one's 3D! Well, kind of. Using an optical illusion rather than the kind of 3D we normally see on Giz's pages, the time appears to leap out in a 3D cube.
Albeit it's Donut, but the Italian "I'm Watch" (yes, that's what it's called) has plenty of flair in its bright colors and 1.5-inch screen that you can preview emails and texts on, plus screen calls like a normal Bluetooth watch.
In the usual Tokyo Flash style, if you love this watch that much, they'll make it. Called The Right Angle, it actually has a mini/micro USB port for connecting a USB cable, and transferring data to and from.
It appears a lot of people must've liked the 14-year-old Canadian's design for the Tokyo Flash competition, because the Japanese company has turned it into a real watch that you can actually purchase for $119.
As is the trait of Glastonbury Festival-sponsor Orange, the carrier has shown off its annual eco-friendly festival prototype, and would you guess that it'll match those phone-charging wellington boots from last year? Anna Wintour will be ever so pleased.
If you've ever gone backpacking, you've probably heard that "cotton kills." This is a reference to cotton's hydrophilic nature which when combined with cold/wind leads quickly to hypothermia. The Supermarine shirt from Outlier proves itself the exception to this rule.
The joke with these glasses is that they're supposed to mimic the black censorship bars cast over the faces of celebs, criminals, and others with concealed identities. Avoid the paparazzi! But the real joke's that these are for the attention-starved.