Mayra Tinajero is a model from San Diego. You may remember her as a Maxim Hometown Hotties contestant in 2011, where she finished in the Top 10. Mayra does promotional, catalog and print modeling and has worked for Falken Tire Corp, Skullcandy, Brammo Motorcycles, Jose Cuervo and many other brands. When she’s not modeling, Mayra works as a sales professional. Her current ambition is to enter the world of action sports media as an action sports journalist. Follow her on Twitter and let us know what you think of the video in the comment section. Enjoy.
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Continuing to offer unique takes on a range of classic footwear silhouettes, Miami’s Del Toro has crafted a pair of Blue Seersucker & Navy Suede Wingtips for the season at hand. Utilizing a traditional wingtip model, the design employs light blue and white striped seersucker along the quarter panels and vamp as navy suede adorns the heel, toe and eyestay. Handmade in Italy and complete with a sky blue Micro Featherweight sole unit and waxed navy rope laces, the summertime kicks can be picked up in-store and online now for $325 USD.
Dissatisfied with the V8 Vantage, or its bigger brother with the V12 engine? Then meet Aston Martin‘s newest monster – the V12 Vantage S. While the name to most would normally denote fancier interior trim and a lightened body, the British masterpiece manufacturer have disregarded rival companies’ traditions and decked out this new release with a revised 6.0-liter V12 engine now outputting 565 horsepower, a new seven-speed “hydraulically actuated automated manual transmission” with race-spec software, and enhanced three-stage adaptive damping in its suspension. More noteworthy however is the improved top speed that now pushes this sports coupé past the 200mph milestone, a feat accomplished by only one other car in the Aston Martin family – the seven-figured special edition super car One-77. With a projected price tag of around $200,000 USD and a release in early 2014, this once touted “Baby Aston” seems to have grown up into a bona fide brute.
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Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot has outdone itself yet again with the creation of this patent-pending watch crafted with red ceramic. The red is a tribute to the red of Monaco, which will host the fifth edition of the Only Watch auctions on September 28th this fall. As for the timepiece itself, there is something distinctly primal about this release. If it isn’t the skeletal workings visible through the double AR-coated sapphire crystals, it surely must be the black alligator leather strap framing and complementing the 45mm case made of titanium and composite resin. The groundbreaking sanguine red ceramic bezel is affixed to the case with six H-shaped titanium screws.
Since its inception in 1963, the engineers at Porsche have spent nearly every moment overcoming a design flaw that makes the 911 unique; a rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive car is inherently unstable. In spite of this obstacle, the car stands as an example of what a sports car should be, and the 911 50th Anniversary Edition ($125,000 USD) continues that heritage. With a 430 hp flat six that reaches speeds of 186 mph and does zero to 60 in 4.2 seconds, it's equally at home on the road or the track. Porsche Active Suspension Management, a sport exhaust system, and 20-inch wheels recall its 50-year history of performance. With only 1,963 models going into production, you'd better reserve yours now.
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Lamborghini, the luxury marque has teamed up with Car Shoe on a deluxe Moccasin Collection. Hand made with meticulous attention to detail, the classic profile features a pebbled calf leather upper and a notched, rubber studded outsole for added grip. The moccasin is finished with Lamborghini’s iconic logo on the heel tab and metal 50th anniversary logo on the laces. The collection consists of three different colors – black, red and blue – and will be available in limited quantities. Look for the collection at select Car Shoe stockists soon. [See More]