Movember Is Creeping Up So Pick Up Some New Fuzzy Ink!

I’m loving the new collection of tees from our friends at Fuzzy Ink. I’ve been a fan of Fuzzy Ink since the start of this blog and I’ve had the pleasure of watching their brand grow over the years. It’s amazing that they’ve built their brand around the hairs that grow above our upper lip. The iconic moustache. By the way, Movember is coming so be sure to grow a moustache and pick up some fresh Fuzzy Ink!

Speaking of moustaches, I’m watching Bronson on Netflix as I type up this post. Dude has got an epic moustache.

Introducing The Origami Scarf

It’s a scarf, that you can fold and manipulate like you would origami. What’s not to like? Well, maybe the price. At ¥11,500 (~$150), it’s a little pricey. After all, origami is supposed to offer up cheap thrills.

The Origami Scarf is available now from Monomatopee for $150.

Ugmonk x Verde Styles: Premium Bamboo Sunglasses

This collaboration between Ugmonk and Verde Styles makes me quiver. I love it. I’ve always been a fan of wayfarer style sunglasses and so these bamboo frames will fit right in with my collection of multi-colored Ray Ban Wayfarers.

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world and is eco-friendly, durable and lightweight. We’ve teamed up with Verde Styles for a special collaboration on our latest product: handcrafted bamboo sunglasses.

A small Ugmonk ampersand has been engraved on each side and the distinct bamboo texture makes each pair truly unique. 1.1 polarized lenses make these glasses not only stylish but a solid pair of shades. Also, each pair comes in a custom bamboo case and a microfiber pouch to keep the shades safe when they’re not on your head.

The sunglasses are available in two color options: natural and brown.

The Ugmonk x Verde Styles: Premium Bamboo Sunglasses are available now from Ugmonk for $115.

Sky & Space Backpack from Threadless

This is cool. I think I might spend some Street Team points to get this sucka!

“Our roomiest backpack yet has a front pouch and interior laptop sleeve that holds a 15-inch laptop. Constructed from nylon cordura. Padded back and straps. 18 inches tall, 12.5 inches wide, and 9.5 inches deep including front pocket. Custom made in Chicago at Bearse USA. Just 250 available, so grab one fast!”

In 10 days, Threadless received 194 different backpack submissions and the community chose Eric Zelinski’s Space & Sky as the winning design. Only 250 of these limited edition backbacks will be created.

The $85.50 pre-sale price is available until 8/20 as the backpacks are being produced. Make sure to get yours before all 250 are gone.

UPDATE: I bought it (actually, “bought” is a stretch considering I have seemingly infinite Street Team points, LOL).

You’re Weird, We Should Be Friends!

It’s been a while since I last posted about my awesome friends over at Made With Awesome. I’ve been a longtime fan of their hilarious tees. They’ve got some new tees that I haven’t seen before (yeah, I’ve been on hiatus). You’re Weird, We Should Be Friends must become a part of my wardrobe. Seriously, awesome.

Oh, and they’ve got I’ve Just Developed A Theory That Proves I’m Not A Nerd in black? Where the hell have I been?

You’re Weird, We Should Be Friends is available now from Made With Awesome for $25.

Origami Fox

I LOVE this Origami Fox T-Shirt by Square Thursday. You know what else love? The product shots. They’ve got awesome product shots. Seriously, awesome. Those models? Killer handsome. Check out all of the Square Thursday products, if only just to gawk at the hairy models.

Origami Fox is available now from Square Thursday for £20.

Speaking of Square Thursday, they’ve put together an awesome little animated promotional video. It’s worth checking out.