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Bob Marley Cannabis Products

You'll soon be able to feel even closer to Bob Marley when you burn one down while listening to Exodus. Marley's family just announced Marley Natural Fine Cannabis Products which will include some heirloom cannabis strains, including some of Bob's favorites. The line was inspired by Bob Marley's interest in using natural ... continue reading
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8 New Apps You Should Know

Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just check out these ones we've selected for you. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure. Watchville - iOS Super - iOS Android Wildcard - ... continue reading
MORE: Features, New Apps.
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Gifts for the Outdoorsmen SHOP

Man cannot conquer nature with his bare hands. Before you take your next camping trip or wild excursion, gear up in the Cool Material Shop. Our Outdoors section is loaded with pocket knives. camping gear, mini flashlights, and a slew of clever little devices to make your next battle with Mother Nature an easy one. For that one item to complete your pack, or to revamp your entire collection, we've got you covered. ... check it out
$9+ buy
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Big Ass Brick of Soap SHOP

Loofahs and squeeze bottles of linen scented body wash were not invented for dudes. Somehow we got swept up in the tidal wave that was these products hitting the market. It's time for that to stop. Thankfully, there are these Big Ass Bricks of Soap from Duke Cannon Supply Company. Each bar is a hefty 3/4 of a pound, and contains steel cut grains for optimal grip. ... check it out
$11 buy
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Tuesday Link Roundup

1 Moisnomis (NSFW) - Moisnomis (via Mash Kulture) 2 Iconic Batmobiles Illustrated - Highsnobiety 3 How to Make Ramen Donuts - Neatorama 4 The Word of the Year - The Verge 5 Ken Block's Wild in the Streets of LA - The Hoonigans 6 Every Episode of The Sopranos, Ranked - Death and Taxes 7 Last ... continue reading
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Gift Guide: Made in the USA

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
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Solid Brass Top SHOP

This Brass EDC Top from J.L. Lawson & Co. is a Cool Material exclusive. Like the original, it’s hand-turned from a solid bar of brass and is able to spin anywhere from 5-7 minutes*. It does, however, have a slightly unique design compared to the original. Unlike other cheap tops, this could be considered an heirloom toy, your totem, and something you can pass down for generations. ... check it out
$49 buy
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2016 Ford Shelby GT350

If you dreamed of owning a muscle car as a kid, the blue racing stripes that ran across a cream-colored Shelby Mustang was what got your mind racing at night. Now the iconic name has returned with the announcement of the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350. While it's actually the work of Ford's SVT group and not Shelby ... continue reading
$TBD buy MORE: Rides, Ford, Mustang, Shelby.
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The Filson Restoration Department

Filson bags are some of the best that money can buy. They're not the cheapest on the market, but that's because they're handmade in the USA, ridiculously durable, functional and good-looking. We've been inclined to say that they're bags that will last at least one lifetime on more than one occasion, but the fact of ... continue reading
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You Can Own The Godfather Mansion

If you want to feel like Don Corleone, you could toss a few marbles in your mouth and calmly pet a cat, or your could pony up $2.89M to own the mansion from The Godfather. The 6,248-square-foot Staten Island home where parts of the film was shot is now on the market. While you only saw the outside of the home in the ... continue reading
$2.89M buy MORE: Home, Houses, The Godfather.
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Higonokami Mini Knife SHOP

The higonokami knife was originally made in Japan starting in the late 1800s and is characterized by its lack of a locking mechanism and simple, protruding tang. The style was exceedingly popular in Japan until 1961 when blades were banned. Still, a few craftsmen carry on the tradition today. This mini version is ideal for tossing on your keychain or on a necklace or lanyard. The small, handmade blade will always be at your side and ready for the task at hand. ... check it out
$23 buy