I always seem to sleep on Undefeated collabs, but I think I’m going to try and stay on my game with this one. I don’t stray too far from Nike & Vans usually. Believe it or not though, I have a couple pairs of Puma’s in my stash.
Tom Wallisch is definitely one of the dopest skiers in the game right now. Jiberish Clothing, Stept Productions, and Tom all hooked up to bring you this video of him doing some runs in Breckenridge. I wish I could ski like this.
When you get to the point that you have flat screen TV’s popping out of your floor, I think it’s safe to say you’ve made it. This is an incredibly dope pad out in Cali that was done up by Laidlaw Schultz Architects.
January is not even over yet, and I’ve already seen about 214 “Year of the Dragon” products. This one is definitely among the doper ones though. The Rolls Phantom seems to be a must-have for those with millions to spend. This particular edition sold for $1.2 million.
In case you haven’t heard yet, Shaun White scored a perfect 100 on his last run of the Superpipe finals last night at the X-Games. The run clinched his 5th straight gold medal in the event. Take a look at the run after the jump.
Maybe this dose of Dopeness will help you forget that it’s Monday for 4 minutes. Damn I hate Mondays.
Sweet we get to watch the Pro Bowl today! Oh wait… no one watches that, ever.
Yeah yeah, I just posted The Gun Mug, but this equally dope, so it deserves a post as well. 8GB for 20 bucks ain’t bad either.
It’s a mug that looks like a gun, and it costs 12 dollars. And it’s awesome.
Since I got about 38 tweets last weekend when I skipped Saturday Dopeness, I made sure not to make the same mistake twice.
It’s pretty crazy how dope some of these are. The fact that they are abandoned seems like a complete waste. Oh well, at least they’re still cool to look at.
I’m not exaggerating. This really is the most extreme protective sleeve you can buy for your iPad. The G-Form, as it is called, is made out of PORON, a foamy, plastic material which keeps your iPad safe no matter what dangers it encounters. In order to prove how strong this case really is, G-Form conducted a few field tests. First they dropped a 12 pound bowling ball on the G-Form. Then they dropped the G-Form from 100,000 ft in the air via a weather balloon. After both experiments, the iPad’s inside remained unharmed and working.