Today in Best Men’s Gear (BMG) we’ll be bringing you a cool everyday carry multi-tool, a new dress watch from Brathwait, an electric bike with retro looks, and a design concept for a post-apocalyptic game. So without further ado…
Best Men’s Gear Today
Crossout Nissan GT-R Concept Vehicle
If you’re not familiar with the game Crossout, it’s a post-apocalyptic MMO Action game that allows players to create unique battle machines from interchangeable parts. Your goal is to create the ultimate battle machine and destroy other players. YasidDesign has created their own version with their Crossout Nissan GT-R ($DESIGN). It used a classic Nissan Skyline GT-R and attaches a multitude of weapons. You can’t buy it, but it looks pretty cool.
Vintage Electric Cafe – A Retro Bike With A Modern Twist
The Vintage Electric Cafe ($3995) looks like a run of the mill vintage bike. On its own very cool. You can easily see yourself headed out to the beach or out on a ride around the neighborhood with your girl. But the Cafe has something a little extra. A powerful 750w battery. The battery has a 20-60 mile range, can go up to 28 miles per hour and only takes about 2 hours to completely recharge. Another great feat is the battery is completely removable. When you’re done with your ride just bring it in and plug it into an outlet. All these features add up to one easy going day.
Brathwait Swiss Made Automatic
If I had to describe Brathwait watches the first words that come to mind are “Affordable Luxury”. Braithwait watches are as easy on the wallet as they are on the easy. Their latest offering the Brathwait Swiss Made Automatic ($595) is no different. It features all of the qualities of a luxury watch with a nice price tag. The Swiss Made features an AISI 316L stainless steel case, water resistance to 100 meters, luminous hands and dial, and a quick release buckle. The movement is a Swiss automatic SW260-1. If you want one order quickly only a limited number will be produced.
Tops Bartender Defender Fixed Blade Knife
OK, not sure I completely get this one, but it looks like Tops combined a Bartender tool with a self-defense blade and came up with the Tops Bartender Defender Fixed Blade Knife ($45). So if you need to crack a couple of beers and a couple of skulls at the same time I guess you’re pretty much set. The Bartender Defender is made from a single piece of high carbon steel with a black traction coating. If features a 3/4″ blade, integrated bottle opener, and a skeletonized handle. When you order you get a molded Kydex sheath, beaded neck chain, and a TOPS emergency whistle.