Roger Federer finished the season with a disappointing loss to David Goffin at the ATP World Tour Finals. But the tennis superstar still had a stellar 2017, becoming the oldest player ever to rank second place.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 "Semi-Frozen Yellow"
Kanye West is releasing a “Semi-Frozen Yellow” colorway from his Yeezy Boost sneaker line for the holidays. These highlighter-yellow kicks are reportedly the most limited of all the Boost 350 v2s.
Star Wars Battlefront II
The sequel to 2015’s Star Wars Battlefront released worldwide for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. With decades of Star Wars content and gorgeous visuals, but controversial gameplay, the reviews are mixed.
Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. won the NASCAR Cup championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida, beating out several former champions. It was Truex’s eighth win of the season and his first Cup title.
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon
Enhanced versions of the hit role-playing video games Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon have been released worldwide for Nintendo 3DS. The new Ultra games feature a modified storyline with new Ultra Beasts.
Harry Potter 12 Days of Socks
Harry Potter fanatics are snatching up a new holiday box set of 12 Harry Potter-themed socks. Open up a new pair of socks each day in the lead-up to Christmas with this unique approach to an advent calendar.
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
The limited production 2018 Dodge Demon has been unleashed. The controversial muscle car is the industry’s first street-legal production drag car. Accelerating from zero to 60 mph in 2.3 seconds, it’s fast!
GaryVee 001 and 002 K-Swiss Sneakers
Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk and K-Swiss are launching a line of tennis shoes. The GaryVees appeal to a new era of aspiring CEOs, proving that sneaker collaborations aren’t limited to athletes and celebrities.
During the holiday season, beautifully crafted, ornate wooden nutcracker dolls adorn the mantels and bookcases of both serious and amateur collectors worldwide. New designs are released every Christmas.
A San Francisco-based internet security service has a wall of lava lamps that’s got everyone talking. The randomness of the lava blobs can actually encrypt data and protect the internet. Now that’s groovy!