To quote Madonna (something I’m not particularly fond of), “We are living in a material world.” To help you figure out which of the millions of material goods swirling around us is worth spending your hard-earned cash on, we have put together The Want List, consisting of the items we really love this week.
CLUB 75 X UNDERHANDED GLOVES
The French streetwear brand Club 75 collaborated with Underhanded on these sleek gloves that your hands will be thankful for when temperatures drop. Each glove features the cat head logo, while the right glove reads “Club” across the fingers and the left says “75.” The gloves are woven with touchscreen-compatible fibers so that you can use your phone without having to take them off, and they are slim-fitting enough that you can have precise control.
LEXUS SPORT YACHT CONCEPT
Price unavailable, lexus.com
Lexus is the latest luxury car brand to try its hand at boatbuilding. But while yachts from Mercedes-Benz and Bugatti have been fairly traditional, the Lexus Sport Yacht Concept has a distinct design that looks like a combination of a shark and a bullet. Utilizing a similar carbon fiber reinforced plastic as Lexus’s supercar, the LFA, the yacht has twin V8 engines that each produce 440 horsepower and propel it up to 49 miles per hour.
ONNIT IRON MAN KETTLEBELL
This gives a whole new meaning to the term “pumping iron.” Onnit partnered with Marvel to create this kettlebell that looks like Tony Stark’s Iron Man helmet. It is made of iron (duh) and weighs 40 pounds, so even if you don’t have superhero strength you can still get a legit workout.
NIKE PG 1
The Indiana Pacers Paul George became only the fourth active basketball player to receive a signature shoe from Nike, and the PG 1 already looks like a future classic. It continues the trend of low-cut hoops shoes and has a strap around the forefoot to provide lockdown support. Gamers will appreciate that his George’s likeness from NBA 2K17, where he is the cover athlete, appears on the sockliner.
YETI RAMBLER JUG
From $99.99, yeti.com
Taking food and water on an adventurous trip can be a hassle. The standard plastic containers won’t cut it. That’s why Yeti made its new line of Rambler jugs out of stainless steel that is puncture- and rust-resistant. The double-walled insulation keeps whatever’s inside hot or cold for extended periods of time, and magnets built into the cap insure that you won’t lose it in the woods.