Rip Curl’s Search GPS is the world’s first GPS surf watch, enabling you to track every session; register top speed, distance and tally your wave count. Watch data syncs to the Rip Curl Search App & Website where your surfing comes to life on location maps that include image sharing and graphic charts.
Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey revolutionized sci-fi and the art of cinema. 50 years after its release, this new 4-volume work from Taschen includes hundreds of behind-the-scenes photos, concept artworks, movie-related documents, creator commentary, and heaps more.
EDC stands for stuff you carry on your keychain. In this case, it’s a brass keyring with a collection of handy little tools to help keep your bike going strong: hex keys, pry bars, even a brass compass. Not the best tools for hardcore cyclists in our opinion, but the basics are here for most people.
The Dodge muscle cars of the early 70s broke the mold by offering deadly amounts of power and performance technology taken directly from racing. And the 2015 Challenger is keeping that legacy alive. Unveiled at the New York Auto Show, it’s packing a 6.4-liter, 485-horse HEMI V8, with track-ready paddle shifting and the classic Shaker hood.
Lytro’s Light Field camera technology works differently than regular cameras. Instead of a 2D image, it captures the entire light field, enabling users to adjust focus after the shot is taken, change the image perspective, turn images to 3D, and add Living Filters to create amazing images. The new Illum model is available for pre-order now.
Audiophile-quality sound in a waterproof earbud is a tall order. But that’s what BlueAnt Pump HD wireless waterproof sportbuds deliver. Effortless pairing with your Bluetooth 3.0 device plus a lightweight, comfy form factor make it awesome. A fully customizable fit system make it even awesomer, but it’s just IP67-rated, so it will endure heavy sweating but it’s not recommended for swimming.
Germany’s Wüsthof brand has been crafting high-quality knives for 200 years. To celebrate their bicentennial, they created a set of forged carbon steel knives—a material that is harder and stays sharp longer than stainless. The set includes a paring knife and a classic chef’s knife featuring rosewood handles.
Despite all the shiny, snorkel-equipped SUVs you see on the freeways, surprisingly few ever even get dirty, let alone cross a body of water larger than a puddle. That’s not the case with this amphibious 4X4 from Dutch off-roaders Amfibious Transport. This waterhog is built for performance on land as well as water built around the proven Toyota Land Cruiser body & motor. It drives just like you’d expect on land but cruises along steadily at 8-MPH on the water, no matter how deep it gets.
20 years before the first color film, a process called photolithography gave America its first glimpse of color photographs. This new book from Taschen features hundreds of early photochroms and Phostint postcard images produced in color by the Detroit Photographic Company between 1888 and 1924. From landscapes & cityscapes to incredible portraits of American life, it takes you through the past in vivid colors.
If you literally slept out there under the stars, you’d be eaten alive by bugs and that sucks. But most tents make it hard to see the scenery. Not this one. Ticla Tents’ TeaHouse 3 is designed to make the most of your campsite views. Panoramic wrap-around windows & roof make star-gazing the main attraction for your night in the woods and their G.O.O.D. storage system makes packing it up in the morning easy, just like it should be but usually isn’t.