Porsche design successfully incorporates materials used to build cars within the products. The same leather that is in the 911 you know and love is used to create backpacks and wallets and jackets. Some of the other more unique products, such as our speaker and soundbar utilize the original exhaust pipe from the 911 GT3 and the exhaust system as a subwoofer extension for the later creating a high-end 2.1 virtual surround sound system with an output of 300-watts.
Some of the most popular items currently within our inventory include the Driver Carbon Design Moccasin crafted from high-tech and high-quality leather in a carbon design. This shoe was developed for a clear purpose, high-performance pedal contact with comfort and grip kept in mind. Classic elements like the hand-stitched seams come together to emulate the design of the sport seats inside the Porsche 911. Features like the upward curve of the heel protect the leather while driving while the vaulted arch provides stability and control. These exclusive Porsche Design Beverly Hills Moccasins are the next-generation of driver’s shoes.
Another prime example where high-quality materials meet precision engineering crossing over with signature Porsche Design is in the Chronotimer Series 1 timepiece. Similar to the Moccasins, this timepiece utilizes calf leather with hand stitched orange stitching to match your Porsche 911. This brushed and polished titanium automatic watch cases a Porsche Design Icon Rotor and 25 jewels which allow it to run for 48 hours without having to be rewound or moved. Pair this with the carbon finished ballpoint pen characterized by its innovative shake technology for the ultimate experience in luxury.
Porsche Design, founded by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, the man that brought us the legendary Porsche 911, follows a clear design philosophy: optimize function. Reduce the form right down to the essentials. Overcome the familiar to continually discover new and exceptional solutions. One quote that is prominent within this brand is as follows, “If you analyze the function of an object, the form becomes obvious”.