Despite it being Spring, it still feels like Winter in some parts of the country. You might as well go outside and pretend you are on Hoth. The question is, do you want to pretend you are Han Solo or Chewbacca?
An imaginary thinking cap? Pfff. The next time you’re in a quandary, put on this replica of Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s jacket and let the cerebral hero of Star Trek: The Next Generation be your spirit animal.
You can easily find replicas of the leather jacket that male Commander Shepard wears during off days in Mass Effect 3. But this April BioWare is going to release an official and limited edition of the casual wear.
Black Milk Clothing’s latest geeky collection features the Dark Knight and his enemies. You’ll see Bats, Joker, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn draped all over a variety of clothing. No Black Mask on Black Milk? I guess he’s not popular enough.
These Doctor Who fleece hoodies look great – warm and comfortable too. Whether you are travelling with or without the Doctor, this is perfect adventure-wear for travel to cooler times and places. They come from Etsy shop Rarity’s Boutique and they are really neat.
Check out this awesome jacket made from Comic-Con swag bags. It looks like something the Riddler would wear. Or that guy who used to do late night infomercials, who also dressed like the Riddler. I think we have a new villain on our hands.
It’s a jacket, it’s coat, no wait… it’s a sleeping bag and all of the above!
The Doppelganger Outdoors Wearable Sleeping Bag might seem like a confusing article of clothing at first, but it’s actually extremely useful once you’re familiar with all the possible ways you can wear it.
You’ve probably run into the old problem of where to keep your spare slice of pizza, or that half-eaten sandwich when you are out and about. You can’t put them into your pocket because that’s just nasty.
So with all of the hype about the U.S. release of Iron Man 3 this week, it might be nice to wear something appropriate to the movie if you haven’t already seen it. Assuming it’s still a little chilly where you live, I can’t think of anything better than one of these Iron Man hoodies.
Geeks travel with a lot of stuff, that is undeniable. You have your smartphone, your tablet, your MP3 player, your camera, your Wi-Fi dongle, comic books, your bottled water, and your smartphone just to name a few.
It’s that time of the year again, when the cold winds begin to blow and it won’t be long before the snow begins to fall. It’s time to bring the thick, woolly winter coats out and bury the cardigans under the closet where they’ll be until summer rolls around once more.
Hugs make bad days more bearable. But what do you do if you live alone or don’t really have anyone close by who’s willing to hug you?
I know that sounds sad, but don’t get too upset because Melissa Kit Chow, Andy Payne, and Phil Seaton from MIT have come up with a solution for you: virtual hugs.
When I travel, I hate having to carry a backpack or laptop bag with me. Inevitably, I set the bag down to get a drink and end up forgetting it. I spend the entire trip worrying that I’ll leave my bag filled with my tablet, laptop, and other gear sitting somewhere and lose it.
My sister loves to travel but still hasn’t mastered how to travel light. Whenever we fly somewhere together, she’s always bringing a bag or two more than anyone else on the trip, which is why I immediately thought of her when I spotted this Rufus Roo ‘Big Pocket’ Travel Jacket.