Reigning Champ x Island Slipper

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August is right around the corner and you've still got a whole month for a summer getaway and if your travels take you to Japan you may want to head to your closest Reigning Champ dealer to get your hands on this cool little exclusive.

They've teamed up with Hawaiian favorite Island Slipper to create an exclusive for Japan. Reigning Champ's signature midweight terry, the same material found in their popular hoodies, makes its way onto the footbed and straps of their classic sandal.

Reigning Champ

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Hobo Folding Glasses

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When you're packing light the last thing you want to get in the way is a clunky pair of sunglasses. There are a number of great folding options to save you space from a variety of brands and our new favorite comes from Japanese accessory brand, Hobo.

Their folding glasses come in a sunglass or prescription frame and was created in collaboration with Kaneko Optical. Each frame is made from celluloid fiber and features arrow details at the temples on a matte black or gloss black frame and you also get a pigskin pouch to pack it in for travel.

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Aimé Leon Dore x Frank Clegg

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After debuting their pre-fall collection, Aimé Leon Dore presents a collaboration with Massachusetts-based leathermaker Frank Clegg. The collection will feature two bags: a tote and a backpack with styling inspired by the line's clean styling.

Our favorite bag is the Travel Pack with its simplistic yet luxurious look that perfectly combines canvas and tan leather. The canvas is a heavy-duty 22oz material and the tan leather is tumbled and vegetable-tanned. It also had dedicated sleeves for a MacBook and iPad mini and a spacious main compartment.

$400, Aime Leon Dore

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Wolverine 1000 Mile Centennial Boot

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Originally released 100 years ago in 1914, the Wolverine 1000 mile boot celebrates its Centennial with a special edition boot. The boot was designed to recreate the aesthetic and construction of the original boot with a n All-American update.

The boot is made from the original 1000 Mile pattern and features Goodyear Welt construction, leather sole with Vibram heel, and a fully lined upper made from Genuine American Bison leather from Horween. Hit the link below to see a behind the scenes video of the making of the Centennial boot.

$400, Orvis

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McLaren P1 GTR

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Not that the P1 isn't already a racing-grade car, McLaren thought it could use a few more tweaks to make the ultimate P1 track car. At this summer's Concours in Pebble Beach, the company will unveil the concept for the most extreme, track-only version of the P1, the GTR.

What we know so far is that the car will definitely be built and will begin production in 2015 when the final 375th P1 has been built. The GTR will only be available to P1 owners and will feature enhanced aerodynamics, a wider track, slick tires, and a newly-tweaked engine that will max out at 986 horsepower. Buyers of the car will also get to drive on some of the world's most famous race tracks with a McLaren support team and you will even have access to McLaren fitness consultations and McLaren designer, Frank Stephenson.

£1.98m, McLaren

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Aston Martin Previews the Return of Lagonda

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Some of Aston Martin's best customers are going to get a special opportunity as the company is reintroducing the Lagonda nameplate to the Middle East due to specific market demand. The car will be created inside the building built exclusively for the One-77 supercar and will be hand built on Aston Martin's VH architecture.

The new Lagonda super saloon will be incredibly exclusive and sale of the car will be by invitation only. The car will be inspired by the 1976 Lagonda designed by William Towns and will have the latest Aston Martin technologies under the hood and as you would expect, the body will dripping in lightweight carbon fiber.

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Incase Icon Sleeve with TENSAERLITE

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Many of us have owned an Incase sleeve or two and while they were great for protecting your device from scratches and slight bumps, they weren't designed from the ground up for impact protection. That all changes with a big update to their signature sleeve, the Icon with TENSAERLITE.

TENSAERLITE is a impact absorbing material that has been built into a lightweight bumper that frames the sleeve to protect your tablet or laptop from drops. They've also made it easier to access your device with a magnetic snap closure.

$59-$69, Incase

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Laphroaig Select

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If you're scotch fans like us, you probably can't get enough of the peaty, smokey tastes of a good glass of Laphroaig. This month, they're launching their latest expression: Laphroaig Select, a new beverage inspired by Ian Hunter, the last family member to own Laphroaig.

Staying true to their formula, the whisky is selected from some of the company's best casks to achieve that sweet, oaky, and peaty goodness. Select also does something very rare for a Scotch, the liquid is matured in ew American Oak casks where they age in the summer in the highest and warmest areas of the company's warehouse.

$55, Laphroaig

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Coach Crocodile iPhone 5 Case

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You probably want to hold off on buying a pricey crocodile leather iPhone case with the iPhone 6 around the corner, but if you plan on keeping your 5/5S around for awhile you'll have a pretty stunning option to swaddle it in.

The case is a limited edition for Coach with a stunning texture that you just can't get from anything else. And if you're holding off for the Apple's next jewel, we have a feeling Coach will have more ultra luxurious options for your future purchase.

$398, Coach

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Warby Parker Beacon Collection

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Those Warby Parker guys are a busy bunch these days and while we could complain that there's too much coming out, it's hard to ignore that they every release has a handful of designs that are definitely worth noting.

Today they've released the Beacon Collection, two unique shapes designed for the sun or prescription wear. The first style, the Ingram, takes the wayfarer shape and slims it down with a thin frame, dipped browline, and squared-off lenses. The Garrett takes a more aggressive approach with a flat-top brow and a keyhole nosebridge.

$95-$150, Warby Parker

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