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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
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Current Obsession: Boomboxes

A generation of music fans are still recovering from the shoulder pain of carrying one of these guys down the block. Even though our music-delivery devices have shrunk over time, there’s something cool about a huge, old-school boombox. Here are some of our favorites.
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The Titanium Strong Blackout Trials

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
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The Labels of Evil Twin Brewing

Besides churning out killer beers like Even More Jesus and Bozo Beer, Denmark’s Evil Twin Brewing has consistently plastered their bottles with interesting labels. From the bold and often humorous names to the almost fractal-like design, the bottles and cans from Evil Twin are instantly recognizable. We talked with ... continue reading
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Heritage: Daniel Katz

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
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Heritage: Jon Brong

I acquired this vintage Rawlings umpire clicker a few years back. It has been a solid reminder to me to always keep track of what is going on, no matter how busy you are. Nobody can take an Ump seriously that doesn't know the count.
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Approved: Selvedge Denim Jeans

Jeans are much more than another pair of pants to most guys; they're a uniform. They're durable, comfortable, and they look good with just about every other piece of clothing. Selvedge (see also: Self-Edge or Selvage, they all mean the same thing) denim jeans are close to indestructible, which makes them worth investing ... continue reading
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Decoded: Jägermeister

You might only know Jägermeister as the alcohol you drop in a glass of Red Bull when you’re out for the night in college, but the herbal digestif actually has a long and storied history. In fact, a lot of the Jägermeister tale is displayed right on the label. Here is a breakdown of what it all means. ... continue reading
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Inside: Deus Ex Machina Milano

Deus Ex Machina is a name you're probably familiar with. They do everything from motorcycles to clothing and they do it all really well. What you might not be familiar with is the fact that Deus has physical outposts throughout the world filled with what we can only describe as testosterone filled shopping porn. You ... continue reading
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Heritage: Jason Jones

This is my "Bailey" Jointer Plane. It dates somewhere in the early 1900's (pre-1935 for sure). Belonged to my great grandfather Sterling Jones. It's not worth much other than the sentimental value. Love the simplicity of the design and the used patina of the steel and wood. He was a Freemason and I think these ... continue reading
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