As a cosplayer and historian (I have a Medieval History degree), Lorica Clothing’s unique spin on athleisure wear caught my eye as soon as it popped up in my inbox. Read More
Category Archives: Apparel
Would I recommend the SpongeBob SquarePants X Timberland 6-Inch Waterproof Boots? Yes, undoubtedly. Read More
We seem to be in something of a cartoon footwear renaissance. Read More
Searching for some superhero t-shirts, we stumbled on a New York City staple – Rags-A-GoGo has been serving up pop-culture since 1990. Read More
A premium weighted blanket with a bamboo cover, high quality construction, and a filling made of non-toxic glass beads. Read More
Pad and Quill are discontinuing and clearing out all of their Lowry Leather Cuff Apple Watch bands, so they are only $49. Read More
Suspenders? Really? What kind of geek wears suspenders?
This geek. And you should, too. Read More
Vasque’s Breeze LT GTX may change your mind about hiking boots, with light weight and a running shoe-like level of comfort, in a grippy, durable, and waterproof boot. Read More
Coalatree’s Evolution Hoodie is made from recycled bottles and spent coffee ground. Yes, really. Read More
It seems that 2019 is the year for big landmark anniversaries, among them the Nintendo Game Boy and its addictive puzzler ‘Tetris.’ Read More
Ditch your “Costanza wallet” and pick up one of these new minimalist designs from San Francisco’s WaterField. Read More
Vasque Snowburban II UltraDry Snow Boots mash up hikers with snow boots to create what may just be the ultimate boots for outdoor winter activities.
Fight back the chill with the Omega Heated Hoodie from Volt. Read More
The folks over at Waterfield (makers of high-quality bags and gear that we have covered numerous times here on GeekDad) just announced their latest community design effort… a next generation wallet. Courtesy: https://www.sfbags.com Read More
Geeks are often stereotyped with a shabby wardrobe, complete with broken glasses and a pocket protector. Here to help shatter some of those misconceptions are our recommendations for the well-dressed geek.
These leather wallets from Nodus make it a pleasure to pay for things. Well, not really—but they keep your cards and cash safe in style, with minimalist designs and hand-crafted leather. Read More
You probably never thought that you would get the most comfortable glasses you’ve ever worn from an online store? Topology brings it. What about a custom knife? Deejo is the place for you. Read More
Puma x ‘Transformers’ and Adidas x ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ are two epic clothing crossovers GeekDad can really get behind! Read More
If you’re in the market for a cozy jacket, Coalatree’s got you covered. The Camper Hooded Jacket 2.0 is lightweight and warm, with some handy features whether you’re going camping or walking around town. Read More
With a distinctly earthy color palette and a number of obvious Halloween-y designs, SItM’s fall collection is sure to please your inner goth-geek. Read More
This New York Comic Con, Bluprint (NBCU’s digital lifestyle subscription service) is partnering with DC Comics for a series of online classes that will teach fans how to make the perfect DIY Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Superman costumes. The four-part tutorial series, ‘Suit Up,’ launched yesterday, Thursday, October 4. Read More
Backpacks. They’re necessary, but what if they weren’t terrible? Read More
The latest batch of interesting, unusual, and geeky watches for the chronometer-inclined among us. Read More
Now until September 30, enter for your chance to take home $2,000 in Sock It to Me’s 14th annual Design-A-Sock contest. Read More
LÍLLÉbaby collaborates with Blizzard Entertainment to launch a brand-new “cute but deadly” ‘World of Warcraft’ merloc print. Read More
If you’re curious about Wear and don’t want to break the bank, check out the TickWatch E. Read More
Summer is a time for new no-show socks. And sloths. Apparently. Read More
Prepare for a summer of superhero swimming with the Zoggs DC Superhero Range! Read More
My love affair with Scottevest products continues with a cool plaid shirt. Is the extra storage worth the cost? What if there was a sale?
Gunnar, probably the most popular developer for computer eyewear, established itself as a reliable brand years ago. Today we introduce you to a new friend, the Phenom style. Read More