We’re in the midst of a booze & cocktail renaissance. You know that. And this new guide offers a carefully curated cross-section of some of the most unique and innovative artisanal spirits from around the world. Fine Japanese whisky, rum from California, gin from the depth of the Black Forest, and so on.
Developed over 5 years with a championship Formula One race team, the TL3 racing simulator is the world’s most advanced race-driving simulator. The cockpit is built to deliver a life-like race car feel with options for driving a Formula 1 car, sedan or GT. Its 200º spherical display features a dramatic 6-million pixel seamless image.
For camp meals of all sorts, the Takedown Skillet from Brooklyn’s Best Made Co. is a 10” skillet made of British cast iron. Two brass screws with wing nuts hold the handle & allow for easy break-down making it more compact for transport in a backpack or saddlebag.
The latest Aventador variant, the forthcoming 2016 Superveloce Roadster is the most powerful Lamborghini ever built. The 6.5-liter V12 is the same as in previous models but it’s been re-tuned to produce 50 more horses while changes to the chassis shed 110-pounds. Lambo has not officially unveiled the vehicle but we do know this open-roof monster puts out 750 horsepower & only 500 of them will be made.
If money was no object in building your post apocalypse survival vehicle, you’d likely make something like Action Mobil’s Global XRS 7200; an ultra-offroad RV that will carry you through Mad Max territory in comfort & style. This indestructible, made-to-order beast features a luxurious interior with Bose Sound and a built-in flatscreen as well as a hydraulic rear lift for your motorbike & rooftop solar panels for off-grid power.
Dominoes is a great game for waiting out the rain or a long ride on the train. This American-made travel set features dominoes laser cut from Baltic Birch plywood & they stash nicely in your bag, suitcase, or pannier in a handmade birch and leather box.
You can always use another USB charger in the car. And why buy a lame one at the gas station check out when you can get an officially licensed Knight Rider dual USB charger that speaks to you? It features red LED light bars that sync to audio while saying 11 different phrases from the show. Plugs into a 12V lighter.
Based on the time-tested design of the classic military carryall, the Gunnar Duffle from Georgia-based Go Forth Goods, is large enough for a weekend escape. Rendered in full grain waxed leather, it features a 10-oz. adjustable leather strap and metal hardware. Handmade in America.
The collab between adidas and Vancouver-based wings+horns puts a fashionable twist on the classic Stan Smith silhouette with the use of Horween football leather. The collection also includes some up-styled softgoods: slim fit sweatpants, a bomber jacket with a zip-off hood, and a shortsleeve crew neck with mesh paneling. The limited in-store release this week will be followed by a July 18th global release at select retailers.
This is a functioning replica of the original Star Trek communicator, designed by The Wand Company to the exact TV show specs. It uses Bluetooth to link with your phone allowing you to use the Communicator instead of your basic-ass iPhone 6 or whatnot. A magnetic charging stand and protective case are included.