If you’re serious about gunning beers the Battle Mug should really be your weapon of choice. This tactical drinking device is made of T6 billet aluminum and features mil-spec 1913 scope rails plus the handle of an AR-15. Fill it with ammo and fire.
If you’re the type that always has to weigh your luggage on the home scale before heading to the airport, you’ll like the Tegra-Lite series from Italian luggage wizards Tumi. Made of a space age composite used in body armor and Nascar parts, this luggage is virtually indestructible & super-duper light, like featherweight, allowing you to cram even more stuff in no matter how short your next trip is.
This tripod sucks, that’s why it’s awesome. It’s got the flexibility of Gorilla pod legs with the addition of suction cup feet. Your camera or phone mounts to the BallHead X for getting the ultimate angle when shooting from a moving car, a window, a boat, & anywhere else you need serious suction to get the shot.
Being the self-important assholes that we all are, we generally think of rain as something bad. A day wrecker. A vacation destroyer; a pain. This umbrella designed by Art Lebedev expresses our attitude towards rain in a way that is totally universal. It says, “Hey clouds, this one’s for you.”
This tiny, portable alarm emits a piercing noise when it’s triggered, providing a bit of security everywhere you go. Connect to a door or window, even a bathroom stall with a broken lock. When a would-be intruder tries to get in, this little thing goes off and freaks them out.
Kelly Slater, arguably the greatest surfer of all time, just launched a new brand with his longtime sponsor, surfwear mega-corp Quiksilver. Slater’s new imprint is a small batch deal called VSTR (visitor). Out of the gate they teamed up with designers at NYC’s Partners & Spade to create this travel pack. It’s big and burly and built to go long miles without the “Everest-wannabe” vibe. Made of waxed canvas, it features a stowaway mini hammock and detachable laptop/messenger bag. Source
Most guys with a Dremel rotary tool keep it in a holster strapped to their hip. Now Dremel has introduced the Saw Max. It’s like a miniature circular saw that’ll cut through just about anything. With a 6 amp motor and Worm Drive gearing, it’ll rip through wood, metal, masonry, and tile. Fits right in the palm of your hand or your handy holster.
Arrive looking like a polished pro instead of a wino who slept in the bushes last night. The Shirt Shuttle is like a portable Fort Knox for your shirts. It features an internal folding board with rounded edges that prevent creasing. The zip-closure, soft-sided case keeps shirts wrinkle-free and your collar crisp whether you’re cycling to the office or flying around the world.
This travel duffel bag is made of hand-cracked Italian leather and lined with bright Chinese silk brocade. It’s got classic written all over it but it’s not a vintage reproduction. It’s brand new. It came from the drawing board of designer Marc Marmel, winner of the 2011 Rising Star Award from Fashion Group International, who found his inspiration for the design on a trip to the French Riviera.
If you make up stupid reasons to go down to Home Depot or Lowe’s just to get out of the house, guess what, you’re not alone. But instead of walking around clueless then heading home with a carload of shrubs you don’t want to plant, check out Bosch’s 18V Rotary Hammer cordless drill. With it you can spend more time in the garage “working” rather than digging up the yard.