New Porsche Design Shoes – Adidas Bounce S4 Lux Black

If you want to Bounce with Porsche Design’s Adidas sneaker collaboration, you’ll have to sacrifice kicking it with some of your favorite Benjamin Franklins. Every element of Porsche-inspired style and performance injected into the Bounce S4 Lux shoes will cost you about a hundred bucks. Jet black, lightweight, and jacked up with a suspension system, a pair of Adidas Bounce S4 Luxes are only “running shoes” in the sense the Porsche 911 is only a “car.” In addition to their standout aesthetics, Porsche Design Sport and Adidas have fitted the sneaks with a seamless 3D upper and decoupled heel housing a high-tech carbon plate. Where Porsche delivers a luxuriously smooth ride, Porsche Design Bounce S4 Lux delivers a “luxuriously smooth stride.” Porsche Design creates many intersting things, just take a look: Porsche Design Knives, Porsche Design Watches and Porsche Design Sleds.

2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder

A few years ago, Porsche introduced the Boxster Spyder, a lightweight hardcore version of their entry level roadster with a tent for a roof. People loved it. And now meet the 2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder. It’s lighter than the regular Boxster, coming in at 2,900 pounds, and it’s also taken this opportunity to add a healthy helping of horsepower. In race car fashion, the wheel is remarkably close to the gear shifter. Cars destined for the race track don’t have air conditioning or audio systems and neither does the Spyder. The minimalist interior melds perfectly with the Spyder’s exterior which is complete with 20″ wheels and a spoiler that deploys at 75 mph. Making this the most powerful Boxster ever is a mid engine 3.8l V-6, delivering 375 hp to the rear wheels. A 6spd manual is your only option. Top speed: 180mph. Available later this year.

Porsche Design 24/7 Billiards Table

It seems that German luxury brand Porsche Design seriously engaged in the creation of items for home comfort. Recently they has released 24/7 Billiards Table. This is a top-of-the-line design made with the highest quality materials and the sleekest design. The design is clean with defined lines that create a stylish piece. The table is made of tulip-wood and aluminum with a shiny lacquer finish. The design is a minimalist design that carries the chic appeal of Porsche Design Studio products. The table is handmade in Austria so delivery can take as long as eight weeks. The table comes fully equipped for players to get their game on. A triangle, an ARAMITH Billiard ball set, a cue rack, a bridge stick and two premium cues are included in the package. The price tag is a hefty one as it will run buyers €35,000 or $47,000.

Contemporary Sleds by Porsche Design Studio

It’s a winter and snow time already. And it’s perfect time for sleds. Have you ever imagined that you can have sled by Porshce. As always Porsche Design Studio offers exclusive and creative products for everyday life. Some time ago they released Aluminium Sledge with minimalistic sparse design for $490. And this year they have increased this collection with Bobsleigh for $265. Alternatively to the previous model this one have more aggresive design, superior directional stability and an included carrying bag. It’s a perfect gift for the man who has everything.

Porsche Design P’6612 Dashboard Le Mans 1970 Limited Edition

Nobody could beat the record of Porsche – 16 victories in 24 hours race of Le Mans. The first success in this race came to Porsche in the far 1970, with the participation of Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood. In honor of those victories design studio Porsche Design has decided to release commemorative watch, called Porsche Design P’6612 Dashboard Le Mans 1970 Limited Edition. Painted titanium case with strap of calf leather. The dial is made in the style of Porsche 917, which won in 1970. By purchasing such a watch, a real fan of brand Porsche feels behind the wheel of a sports car. In addition the watch comes with a booklet signed by Herrmann and Attwood. The watches will be released in a limited edition of 917 copies in September 2010.