Keeping the booze ice-cold at your party is the best way to ensure that at some point, it will start to feel like a party. This ice bucket will do the trick. And instead of the bottle floating around in the same ice you’re dropping in your drinks, this design keeps the ice and the bottle separate.
Many messenger bags, by design, are tough to pair with your work wear. Lime green cordura and reflective hits don’t quite match the brogues, you know? This canvas and leather bag by designer Kris Van Assche for Eastpak, comes in tan and brown and features tonal leather details. Of course it has all the other features you need, like a padded laptop sleeve and loads of pockets, just no lime green anything, anywhere.
Know how when you’re driving in the summer with no shirt on and your back sticks to the seat-back? Basically, this stand does the same thing. Just sub-in your tablet or phone for the sweaty back and this stand is the seat. Comprendé? The only difference is that instead of sweat, this stand uses an ultra-soft, tacky silicone pad to hold the device.
If you’re a low profile guy who also happens to be a sports fan, it can be tough to show your team pride without looking like a billboard. These wallets, made from leather and genuine, game-used MLB team jerseys could be the thing. Each full-grain leather wallet features a small emboss of the team name and the wallet lining is made from jersey. Online authentication let’s you find out exactly which game your jersey played in.
Two dudes from Australia designed this iPhone beer opener with plans to launch it off Kickstarter.com. It’s part switchblade, part church key and it’s got a million dollar name. Do your best Australian accent and say it, “Opena!” For people from Maine and Massachusetts it should roll right off the tongue.
There was an episode of the Brady Bunch where the whole family got locked in an empty jail cell. They tied all their shoestrings and belts together, fashioning a lasso to snag the key hanging outside. If Mike had this survival belt on, hand-tied from over 100-feet of 550 Parachute cord, he could’ve snagged the key without insisting that Alice remove her pantyhose. Even though that was the best part.
On a Swiss Army knife, the corkscrew and mini tweezers always seem to come in handy. But what if you had the Slim Flash? Instead of just opening wine or removing your own stitches you could break out 64Gigs of music and movies and save everyone from boredom.
Now that you’re pretty much bald, having bad hair days is a permanent condition. Even still, you might be having bad headphone days, too. You know those days—your cables are all kinky and tangled. At least there’s something you can do about this.The CableGuy is like a comb for your headphone cables. Tame that mess.
Wrap yourself up like a human burrito and catch a siesta anywhere you want. Well, almost anywhere. To hang this lightweight hammock you do need two anchor points that will support your body weight. Look around, you’ll find something. The Kammok includes adjustable, heavy duty webbing straps and carabiners for tying off on just about anything.