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Category: Geek Wear

Disco Ball Helmets: For Dangerous Dance Parties

Disco Ball Helmets: For Dangerous Dance Parties
These unique crash helmets are decorated in the style of a disco ball, handmade and sold by Etsy shop Disco2Disco. Each helmet features a retractable visor and is not VDOT approved for road wear. That’s a shame too, because how else are you supposed to let other motorists know you’re the life of the highway party?

DC Superhero Wedding Bands: Say I Do to Superpowers

DC Superhero Wedding Bands: Say I Do to Superpowers
Because you can’t even get married today without getting superheroes involved, ring maker Manly Bands has teamed up with DC Comics to produce The DC Collection, a line of superhero-themed wedding bands. Currently available rings include The Wonder Woman, The Superman, The Bruce Wayne, The Joker, The Flash, and The Aquaman.

Limited Edition Sneakers with Detachable Mullets: Party in the Back!

Limited Edition Sneakers with Detachable Mullets: Party in the Back!
Because there’s a market for absolutely everything, including sneakers with detachable mullets, Volley of Australia is releasing the $85 Heritage High Mullet Edition, a sports sneaker with detachable Velcro mullets on the heel of each shoe.

$1.5-Million Bugatti Chiron Watch Has a Tiny Functional W16 Engine Inside

$1.5-Million Bugatti Chiron Watch Has a Tiny Functional W16 Engine Inside
Meticulously crafted by jeweler and watchmaker Jacob & Co, the Bugatti Chiron Blue Sapphire Crystal watch costs $1.5-million and features a tiny replica of a Bugatti W16 engine inside, complete with 16 moving pistons. The watch took over a year to build and features a 51-jewel movement and 578 handmade and decorated pieces in total, almost all of which are visible through the translucent case.

The Cryptide: A Fully 3D Printed Shoe Inspired by Mythical Beasts

The Cryptide: A Fully 3D Printed Shoe Inspired by Mythical Beasts
Meet the Cryptide, the brainchild of German designer Stephan Henrich, who set out to design a shoe inspired by cryptids that could be entirely 3D printed. Interesting design perimeters. The shoe is 3D printed via selective laser sintering (SLS, in which a high-power laser forms tiny particles of polymer powder into a solid) using a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) material, so they aren’t rigid and painful like the entirely-too-small wooden clogs my dad brought me back from a business trip to Holland.

Liquid-Filled Eyeglasses Automatically Adjust Focus: Bye Bye Bifocals!

Liquid-Filled Eyeglasses Automatically Adjust Focus: Bye Bye Bifocals!
Have 20/20 vision? That must be nice. My eyes are awful, and if they were any worse I’d be wearing dual eye patches right now. But here to push the envelope in vision correction is University of Utah electrical engineering professor Carlos Mastrangelo and Ph.D.

A $3,400 Leather Rat Bag: For The Rat Catcher Who Has Everything

A $3,400 Leather Rat Bag: For The Rat Catcher Who Has Everything
Because these truly are the end times we’re living in, New York City-based fashion designer Thom Browne has created the Rat Pebbled Bag, a leather bag in the form of a rat. Available from Farfetch for the equally farfetched price of $3,390, the bag begs the question – is this considered haute couture or raute couture?

Butterfly Wings Shopping Bag Has a Chrysalis Carrying Pouch

Butterfly Wings Shopping Bag Has a Chrysalis Carrying Pouch
Because Japan will never stop being lightyears ahead of the unusual but practical fashion game, this is the Butterfly Birth Shopping Bag from Felissimo. Available from the Japan Trend Shop, it features a green chrysalis carrying case, from which you can extract the beautiful translucent butterfly wings shopping bag, created in the likeness of the wings of a chestnut tiger butterfly, a species commonly found in Asia.

US Army Extreme Cold Weather Face Masks: A Little Bit on the Creepy Side

US Army Extreme Cold Weather Face Masks: A Little Bit on the Creepy Side
Designed for use in the coldest weather conditions, these United States Government Issue extreme cold weather face masks are the same ones worn by the US Army during operations in frigid climates. Fingers crossed Santa doesn’t decide to wear one while he’s delivering presents this year, because the last thing I want for Christmas is a heart attack.

Nyangaroo Gamer Hoodie Has a Pouch for Your Cat

Nyangaroo Gamer Hoodie Has a Pouch for Your Cat
Gaming: it’s more fun with a partner, even if that partner is a cat. And to encourage co-op feline gaming, Japanese gaming furniture manufacturer Bauhutte has created this Nyangaroo (nyan:’meow’, plus kangaroo) hoodie featuring a pouch for your cat to hang out in while you mash buttons and curse at the screen.

Nike x Swarovski Air Force Ones: Just Don’t Do It

Nike x Swarovski Air Force Ones: Just Don’t Do It
Because questionable product collaborations come in all shapes and sizes, Nike and Swarovski have teamed up to produce these $450 crystal-accented Air Force Ones. Available in all black and all-white colorways, the sneakers are covered with Swarovski studded webbed panels, which are removable with an included Nike branded flathead screwdriver.

‘Beam Me Up, Santa’ Ugly Star Trek Christmas Sweater: Live Long and Presents

‘Beam Me Up, Santa’ Ugly Star Trek Christmas Sweater: Live Long and Presents
Just when you thought the perfect Star Trek ugly Christmas sweater already existed (see: this ‘Trek The Halls’ ugly Christmas sweater), Numskull Designs returns with an even gaudier one in the form of this ‘Beam Me Up, Santa’ sweater.

Star Trek TNG ‘Trek The Halls’ Ugly Christmas Sweaters: Make It Snow

Star Trek TNG ‘Trek The Halls’ Ugly Christmas Sweaters: Make It Snow
Inspired by the command division’s red uniforms from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Numskull Designs has created these officially licensed ‘Trek The Halls’ ugly Christmas sweaters. Available from Just Geek for $42, the 100% knitted (not printed!)

These Fuzzy Cartoon and Video Game Character Helmet Covers Are Born to Be Wild

These Fuzzy Cartoon and Video Game Character Helmet Covers Are Born to Be Wild
Riding a motorcycle: part of the whole image is looking cool. And what’s cooler than a fuzzy Pikachu or Yoda head helmet cover? I can’t think of anything. Granted I don’t ride a motorcycle because I never learned how to ride a bicycle without training wheels, but balance is a tricky thing.

Holographic Pants: A Vision of the Future

Holographic Pants: A Vision of the Future
You know what your closet has been missing? Holographic pants. My closet? My closet is missing a door. And while Düsseldorf, Germany-based Etsy seller ReflectiveClo might not be able to help me; they can help you with these iridescent “holographic” pants that appear to bend space-time in bright light.

14K Gold and Cubic Zirconia Michael Myers Pendant: Stabbing in Style

14K Gold and Cubic Zirconia Michael Myers Pendant: Stabbing in Style
What better way to express your fandom for the Halloween franchise than with this Michael Myers 14K gold plated and cubic zirconia pendant? I can actually think of a lot of ways, but that isn’t going to stop me from dropping $650 on this piece from Aporro.