Some of the most coveted Air Jordans have been created by children. The Doernbecher Collection remains a big release for sneakerheads trying to get a piece of an annual rarity. In a surprise move Nike plans to reissue 5 DBs for the 10th anniversary of the initial release. So we at #sneakerfits decided to showcase some fits for a great DB sneaker that doesn’t get enough recognition: The Doernbecher 6. The DB 6s are comprised of a navy suede uper with hints of red and gold. Now let’s get to the options.
On the left side we went with something extremely simple. A navy blue V-neck shirt with a red pocket that matches with the kicks. We went with a longer length cargo short on the legs just to show the variety of cargos out there. For the hat we picked up on the color of the shorts and went with a khaki colored snapback. Don’t worry that the colors dont match perfectly. No one is walking up to you with a color chart for comparison (if they are they have way too much time on their hands). You match and a few shades off hue won’t kill you or anyone else.
On the right side we took it up a bit more with the red chinos. Take some risk; color won’t kill you! Up top we went with a multicolored tank that also has a print on it. For the hat we went classic Red Sox. More accessories can be applied like a watch or socks. Just use the colors you have. Don’t be afraid of something different. And don’t forget to tag #sneakerfits on your pics!
Where To Get The Look:
Right: Tank: Chaos Runner Tank by 10 Deep, Pants: Jack chino by Billy Reid , Hat: Boston Red Sox Navy New Era Mondo Snapback by New Era
Sneakers: Air Jordan 6 Doernbecher (available now)
No, that is not an Onion headline. Money
shot quote from pornstar Stoya's interview with Huffington Post Live yesterday: "My dad is purely just angry that I ruined porn for him. He says, like, if he goes to, like, RedTube or something, there's always, like, an ad of my Fleshlight that he inevitably runs into. It's like 'ahhhhh! My eyes!'"
Whoops? Sounds like a sticky situation. But then again, props to Stoya for being all like, "Sorry, I'm not sorry?" I think America just found it's new porn sweetheart.
Filed under: Toys/Games
Lego has announced that the Mars Rover Curiosity will become the Danish company's next user-designed Cuusoo set to reach store shelves. The company's Cuusoo program allows anyone to submit an idea for a Lego set that could make it to production. After having been among a small group of sets to receive at least 10,000 votes - the minimum required - in the 2012 Fall Review on the Lego Cuusoo site, the Mars Rover Curiosity then survived an exhaustive review process, which not all sets do (sorry, UCS Sandcrawler), before receiving final approval from the company. While it got the nod, pricing and availability is yet to be determined as the set continues being developed for mass production. Scroll down to watch Lego make the announcement on video.
The Mars Rover Curiosity Lego set actually has an interesting back story. Its designer, listed as Perijove on the set's official Cuusoo page, is a mechanical engineer who worked on the real Mars Rover Curiosity at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which means his recreation of the rover is highly accurate, not only in how it looks, but also in the details and all of its moving parts. Perijove states that the purpose of his model is "to continue the educational outreach for this incredible mission." The timing couldn't have been better, as the set became popular on the Lego Cuusoo site in late Summer 2012 when the real Curiosity rover touched down and began rolling around on the surface of Mars.
The last set to make it all of the way through Lego's Cuusoo program was the Lego Back to the Future DeLorean, which received approval for production last December. Other autos-related Cuusoo sets that received 10,000+ votes and are scheduled for production review include an incredibly detailed Land Rover Defender 110 and minifig-scale Batman Tumblr.Permalink | Email this | Comments
Filed under: PodcastsNHTSA fires back at Chrysler, Dodge shutdown rumors, possible return of the Toyota Supra, SRT taking Viper to LeMans
Episode #337 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Zach Bowman and Jeff Ross talk about the possibility of the Dodge brand being shut down, rumors of a new Toyota Supra, NHTSA's response to Chrysler's recall reluctance, and SRT taking the Viper back to LeMans. Of course we start with the garage and end with your questions and comments. For those of you who hung with us live on our UStream channel, thanks for taking the time. You can follow along after the jump with our Q&A. Thanks for listening!
Autoblog Podcast #337:
- NHTSA chief on requested Jeep recall
- Dodge on the way out?
- New Toyota Supra possibly on the horizon
- SRT heading back to LeMans
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New York natives Mysto & Pizzi are back with a new original, following up May’s “Galax” with “Surrender.” The track keeps the progressive poppy, backing Derek Olds’s mid-range vocals with a piano-based melody and sliding synths. The duo kept the builds basic but polished, proving the track’s radio-readiness with well-oiled production. With a radio edit, club mix and instrumental that lets the piano shine, the Surrender EP is available now through Ultra Records.
Over the last month we've learned all about the basics of music production, posting new lessons on a weekly basics. With the lessons finished, now you can get the complete guide and find out how you can learn more.
Dish gives up their plans to buyout Sprint, but will still focus on their offer for Clearwire
Dish Network has declined to submit a new bid in their on-again, off-again plan to acquire Sprint, and will miss the June 18 deadline. This opens the way for SoftBank to carry out their original plans to buy a significant portion of the U.S. carrier, pending regulatory approval of course.
In a statement released today, Dish says they are unable to submit a bid by the deadline because Sprint has "made it impracticable for Dish to submit a revised offer by the June 18th deadline". The company will consider their other options to strike some sort of a deal with Sprint, and will continue to focus on a separate offer for Clearwire.
Source: All Things D