East Coast Defender The Huntress

East Coast Defender The Huntress

East Coast Defender is a name that needs no introduction around these parts. Their latest, The Huntress, is every part as awesome as every other vehicle they've ever produced. Built for a renowned artist "known for her fearless multi-sensory installations," The Huntress was desig...

Seefarer's Glasses Protect Your Eyes from Harmful Blue Light

Seefarer's Glasses Protect Your Eyes from Harmful Blue Light

Modern life revolves around screens. Problem is, staring at your computer and your phone all day can lead to eye strain, headaches, and poor sleep. Fix all of that with a pair of Seefarer’s glasses. Since the proprietary lens technology filters out harmful blue light, your eyes will be left rested, refreshed, and comfortable after a long day in front of the computer. No more headaches. No more restless nights. Plus, since the frames actually look good, you’ll enjoy tossing a pair on. Back them on Kickstarter now and save your eyeballs.

East Coast Defender Project XIII

East Coast Defender Project XIII

Somewhere between Batmobile, luxury limousine and all-terrain vehicle is the best way to describe the East Coast Defender Project XIII build that was created for the Plank family of Under Armour fame. What started as a rare 1993 North American Spec Defender 110 evolved over a num...

East Coast Defender Project Venice

East Coast Defender Project Venice

From Project Beast to Project Pedigree, East Coast Defender consistently pumps out some of the coolest Land Rovers out there. Project Venice might not have all the bells and whistles of other East Coast Defender builds, but it's the upgraded classic simplicity that we like about ...

Mission Belt: Fits Perfectly. Fights Poverty.

Mission Belt: Fits Perfectly. Fights Poverty.

We’ve never found a belt that fit exactly right. With holes every inch, they are always a bit too loose or a bit too tight. Mission Belt solved this problem, with a unique ratchet buckle that adjusts every 1/4″. That means a comfortable fit even when your weight fluctuates. There are plenty of styles to choose from but you can also go a la carte and mix and match buckles and straps. We’d be fans of Mission Belt even if that was all that was great about the product and the company, but the fact that a dollar from every Mission Belt sale goes to the “Mission” to fight global hunger and poverty is a huge plus in our book. By partnering with Kiva, Mission Belt has made over 67,000 microloans in more than 70 countries, totaling over $1.6 million in loans. Not a bad little bonus for buying a good-looking belt that will fit perfectly for years to come. And yeah… it’s the belt you saw on Shark Tank.