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If your definition of “ultimate beach vehicle” is anything like ours, you’re probably thinking about a Defender, a buggy or a classic FJ. When tasked with that brief from a customer, Jonathan Ward from ICON 4×4 decided on the 1965 Jeep Wagoneer. Why go for the old school shovel nose instead of the later ’80s version that’s as classically American as you can get when it comes to vintage SUVs? Because the quality of the more modern one, as he told The Drive, “has no comparison to the pre-focus group options.” We’re glad he did because, like everything else that rolls out of the ICON 4×4 shop, this thing is downright gorgeous and powerful to boot. 6.2-liter LS3 engine outputting 440 horsepower mated to a GM transmission. Brembo brakes. Art Morrison chassis. The list goes on. They also completely redid the interior with modern and custom parts that still retain the iconic feel of the original. One look at this truck is all it takes to justify the three years of work and hundreds of thousands of dollars that went into it.

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When it comes to the daily uniform, there are few things as important as pair of comfortable, stylish and well-fitting pants. That’s where Flint and Tinder comes in with their bestselling 365 Pant. These year-round essentials have the cut of a jean, the feel of a chino and the stretch of a performance pant, which makes them unlike anything else on the market. As if being the perfect combination of all your favorites wasn’t enough, they’re available in multiple fits (slim, straight, tapered, jogger) and colors so you’re covered for work, travel and play.