Technology rarely works exactly as it's supposed to, like the satellite feed that always goes out, or the Tamagotchi feed you could swear you took care of -- Yoshi nooooo!!! For some duds celebrating that technological unpredictability, check out Beta Unit's Fall drop. Launching their fifth full collection inspired by the "imperfection and accidental awesomeness" sprouting from digital glitching, Encinitas-based Unit's just-dropped line of ethereal and roguish outerwear, tees, and jeans pushes the limits of actual-guy fashion while stopping short of "a wardrobe for a movie set", mostly because Prince Caspian already used all the good ones. Post-apocalyptic coziness comes via the "Quartz Black" sweater with a huge offset loose-knit triangle on the chest to let under-worn colors shine through, and one with a mangled chest pocket (though a functional one's underneath) called the "Slasher Hood", also the setting for the best Leprechaun movie ever. Well, besides Leprechaun in Space. They've also got a slew of new, laboriously imperfected Peruvian cotton tees, including "Pixel Drip" with a vertical rectangle made squirrely by "wiggling" a fax'd pattern side-to-side mid-transmission, "Bowler" featuring an elongated dude made by "pulling" on the image, and a suggestive joint with "Slow Down" scrawled towards the crotch, for wearers that, unlike those of the previous two, want nothing to do with either pulling or wiggling. To keep your stalks covered, they've got jeans available in lower-rise/drop-crotch "Ziggy Fit" and regular-rise/slim "Spit Fit", not to be confused with a "spitting mad fit" , which is what you threw upon learning you actually had to clean up that thing's poop.