Gift Guide: Made in the USA
While ‘Made in the USA’ simply means a product was made here, it also signifies a level of craftsmanship and care behind the item. Giving a gift that was made in America is giving a gift that will last for more than a few holidays to come. It’s all about leather goods, clothing, ... continue reading
Raise the bar with our Horn Drinking Cups. A throw back to the Viking time era, horns replaced clay and metal vessels of the time period. Cut from an authentic steer horn, this drinking cup has a natural curve and handsome blend of colors. These cups will vary in thickness and openings. Grab your 2-pack before supplies run out! ... check it out
MeUndies doesn’t just make the world’s most comfortable underwear. The LA brand, which offers the highest quality underwear and basic apparel money can buy, sells happiness — and the proof is in the stitching. Made with 100% natural Modal harvested from the Austrian Beechtree, the manufacturing process is completely CO2 neutral and produces a softer than silk yet supportive and perfectly fitting pair of underwear that’ll never ride up and will always keep its shape. Give them a try and get 20% off your first purchase and free shipping in the US and Canada. Not impressed? MeUndies offers a full refund and even lets you keep your first pair. ... check it out
It's almost time to hit the slopes this season. Get inspired with the 3 minute Afterglow short, featuring skiers traversing Alaskan Mountain ranges in the middle of the night with 7,000 LEDs sewn to them. Enjoy the full movie here.
Designed by Yumiko Sekine of Fog Linen in Tokyo these linen resin trays give you the look and texture of linen with a durable resin coating for every day use. An outstanding addition to the top of any desk or dresser, add a pop of color and style while helping keep small items organized. The prefect landing pad for small every day belongings, proudly displaying items or as a small serving tray.
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The Workman's Knife combines simplicity with a functional design. Featuring full wood covers on each side, a 3.5in stainless steel blade and 4 brass colored rivets to hold everything tight. With a closed length of 4in, the Workman's knife is a great option for everyday carry.
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Samsung has dropped yet another smatchwatch, the Gear S, into the ever growing sea of wearable tech. The new Samsung Gear S delivers a unique wearable experience with 3G connectivity. That means that even when outside the range of WiFi or a Bluetooth-connected phone, it can still send and receive messages or make calls. ... continue reading
Each of these handmade bottle openers are forged from a single piece of ¼” stock round iron, reinforced with welding at the at the touch point for increased strength. The weld is creatively hidden within the copper wire wrap around the handle, giving off an earthy tone that will age as it is past down for generations. Each opener is unique leaving an outstanding weight and feel as crack open your next brew. ... check it out
We had the opportunity to join Castrol EDGE out in Berlin to be on set for the making of the first Titanium Strong Blackout Trial. Blackout features the world’s first state-of-the-art, pitch-black racetrack made out of hundreds of beams of light created by Marshmallow Laser Feast. The course is designed to accommodate ... continue reading
Win the Ultimate Men’s Head-to-Toe wardrobe from some of the leading brands that got their start on Kickstarter. Brands such as Ministry of Supply, Original Grain, Kore, TGT, Parke, Flint and Tinder and Sword & Plough will outfit one grand prize winner, and 8 runner ups. Simply sign up below to enter before 5/27/14 ... continue reading
Castrol EDGE brought us out to Berlin to be on set for the first Titanium Trial of 2014. Ken Block along with DTM drivers Augusto Farfus, Mike Rockenfeller and Lamborghini Squadra Corse test driver Adrian Zaugg, took on the “Titanium Strong Blackout” – the world’s first state-of-the-art racetrack drenched in ... continue reading
I’ve been fascinated with my dad’s old Boy Scout knife for as long as I can remember. As a little boy, I’d take any chance I could to surreptitiously extend errands to the garage – stealing away to gingerly open the tool box (holding my breath at its creaking hinges) and ease the knife from its sheath. For ... continue reading
If you're hunting for a new backpack, the DSPTCH Daypack should definitely be on your radar. With its mil-spec features, this daypack is ready for any occasion. We took one half-way around the world to see how tough it really is.
What is it?
The Dsptch Daypack is a lightweight daily carry backpack made ... continue reading
You need new underwear. But not the subpar, store bought nonsense that you are used to having ride up on you. It's time you stepped up your underwear game with some ultra-breathable, moisture wicking, non-riding, and soft as all hell undies from MeUndies. They keep their shape and fit throughout a long hot day, and ... continue reading
On our recent trip to Berlin, we had the pleasure of stopping by VooStore. Voo is located in the cultural and creative heart of Central Kreuzberg, on the grounds of an old locksmith shop. With no major street signs, tucked away in a small square, Voo might not be the easiest place to find, but that’s all part of ... continue reading
We spent a couple months with the Qualcomm Toq to see if it’s the smartwatch you should finally spend your money on. After using it for that long, here’s what we found out:
The Toq comes in a well-designed package that includes the watch itself, the charging base, a few micro-USB cables and some ... continue reading