Lots of times there’s just nowhere truly flat to pitch your tent—roots, rocks, all sorts of lumpy stuff between you & a good night’s sleep. With the TreePod Camper, no worries. It’s a suspended tent that hangs from the trees. It can support up to 500 pounds and hangs from a single centerpoint. Blending a ground tent with a hammock, it features a taut sleeping surface that’s 87” long by 57” wide. It is waterproof and has windows with mesh ventilation. Available April 1.
Here’s an easy way to quickly deal with messes on the job site or garage: Milwaukee’s compact M18 cordless vacuum. It sucks at an impressive 40 CFM and holds 36 ounces of crud. It also offers several attachments: a flexible hose, 2 extension wands, a crevice tool, and an accessory that turns it into a push-style vacuum. 30-minute run-time on a full charge.
Inspired by the 1969 Lunar Mission, the sculptural Eagle Collection from Franco-Finnish design house Woodlabo is comprised of 5 distinctive pendant lights with shapes taken from NASA’s Eagle Lander. They feature aluminum and birch plywood construction with LEDs as the light source.
With a distinctive style & texture from raw 4-ounce leather construction designed with the rough side of the hide facing out, the Roughout Collection from Portland’s Tanner Goods includes a bi-fold, zip, and card wallet as well as sunglass case with a brass button closure.
The heavy-duty Ellipse bike lock connects with your smartphone to give you keyless lock/unlock, theft detection, crash alerts and more. 17mm thick steel & 2 locking mechanisms provide security. It self-charges with an integrated solar panel.
Like a mini-kayak for your cold drinks, the insulated CreekKooler floats behind you down the river. It’s a towable, pullable cooler that will keep drinks and food cold all weekend. Its watertight screw-on lid also makes it functional for dry storage. Measures 12 x 21 x 39.5 inches.
The Smartchef TRU-Infrared Gas Grill has features you’ll find on most pro-sumer BBQs: stainless steel burners, porcelain coated grates for easy cleaning & a sideburner for cooking w/pots and pans. It even has illuminated LED knobs for night grilling. But what sets it apart are its built-in sensors and probes that connect with a smartphone app, allowing you to precisely monitor your meat remotely.
Written by former WSJ sports journalist and fantasy sports addict Daniel Barbarisi, Dueling With Kings is the author’s exploration of the strange and chaotic inner-workings of DFS—Daily Fantasy Sports and the high stakes battle for market supremacy between FanDuel & DraftKings.
A simple, portable coffee maker, the Bripe is made of spun copper with a minimalist design that allows you to brew and drink your coffee in one small vessel. The water is heated using a blue-flame torch and makes a nice hot shot in just minutes. When it’s ready just sip from the straw.
Made in America and constructed of hearty mid-weight 14 oz. wool melton, this shirt-jacket remains warm even when wet. It has double reinforced elbows and is loaded with pockets for ample storage—4 zip pockets and 2 chest hand-warmer pockets & 2 upper arm pockets. It buttons up featuring slotted parasmock style buttons.