Carry a living fossil. Higonokami’s Pocket Knife features a 3mm blade comprised of the ’3-layer specialty’ – hard carbon steel core surrounded by softer steel – all housed in a folded, sheet brass handle. Century old design for the modern man.
Gibson’s Appetite For Destruction was designed with the exact specs – wiring, wood, measurements, paint, electronics & hardware – as the Les Paul Slash used during Guns N’ Roses’ ’87 Appetite recording. Bottle of Jack & top hat not included.
Cutting the lawn has never been this close to lounging. Dreamed up by BMW Design, Snapper’s NXT features electronic fuel management, push-button start, LED headlights, digital-display dash….and an adjustable, breathable, ergonomic seat. Weekend chores just got a whole lot easier.
Straight from Austria, Imco is the world’s second oldest lighter manufacturer. Starting as a button fabricator, the outfit switched to lighters crafted from spent ammo shells after WWI. The iconic Triplex was designed in 1936 & is still produced according to original design.
Imagine dropping your beloved Steve Jobs tablet…that shiny screen will crack up faster than a celebrity marriage. Hard Candy’s Case features its namesake’s signature bubble design keeping your precious safe & snug.
Handcrafted in LA, Killspencer’s Weekender is fabricated of military vehicle tarping from Iraq, sand-coated cotton from Vietnam or coated-canvas from Korea. Tough bags constructed from material that’s been to hell & back – your toothbrush will be safe & sound.
Slip 19th century design into your back pocket. Eight tools – Phillips-head, flat-head, file, awl, gimlet, saw, corkscrew & two-headed hammer – one easy access.
Graph paper just got pimped. PixelPad’s iPad looks identical to Apple’s new gadget, but a whole lot cheaper. 64 sheets of 10-pixel grid allow for creative freedom with a few flicks of the wrist. Doodle, scribble & scrawl old-school style.