Designed for the demands of the serious fisherman, Fishpond’s Yellowstone Duffel is a voluminous carryall that features a bottom vented compartment for wader storage and a large main compartment that will keep everything else dry. It also features rod tube straps for carrying your rods & gear in one tough, over-the-shoulder weekender bag.
When you’re off the beaten path, your phone & other gadgets are doomed to dead battery status. But if you’ve got a fire going or a campstove & you’ve got a Flamestower in your pack, you’ll be back in business lickety-split. The compact portable device draws heat from the fire & converts it into electricity to power your USB electronics.
A wearable multi-tool. Why not? Leatherman has just come out with a multi-tool bracelet called the Tread. It offers up to 25 usable tools and features a range of screwdriver tips and box wrenches. On top of that, they are also releasing a Leatherman-designed and Swiss-made multi-tool timepiece with precision quartz movement and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face. Available in Stainless & DLC black finish.
Powered by lighter gas or camping fuel, the Kraftwerk power supply uses fuel cell technology to offer off-grid power for your USB devices—anywhere, anytime. One filling supplies 11 iPhone charges and Kraftwerk is FAA approved for aircraft cabin use. Another fully funded Kickstarter project.
Dropping your iPhone in the toilet, or worse, out the car window, is now preventable. Highline is a security leash and protective case system that keeps your iPhone attached to you. The removable leash utilizes the iPhone’s Lightning port and a special notch in the case to create a secure attachment. An attachment loop keeps it connected to your wrist, belt, bag, or ’biner.
In 1995, McLaren entered the 24 Hours Of Le Mans for the first time & their F1 GTR took the checkered flag. 2015 Marks the 20th anniversary of the historic win & to celebrate, McLaren is releasing a super limited edition version of their 650S. Like the original, the Le Mans is finished in metallic Sarthe Grey paint & features special lightweight wheels, plus a roof-mounted engine induction ‘snorkel.’
The design of the Coleman End Table is clean, refined and a bit industrial: bent steel legs supporting a circular wooden pedestal top. A heavy gauge steel screw allows you to adjust the height of the tabletop by simply spinning it for a custom set-up wherever you place it.
Typing anything longer than a tweet on your touchscreen can be a real drag, especially if you were blessed with sausage fingers like us. The TextBlade solves the problem—it’s a compact mini keyboard that uses a patented multitouch key technology. Weighing just 42.5 grams and a third of the size of an iPhone 6, it’s the slimmest full QWERTY design to date.
To support holographic display capabilities being built into Windows 10, Microsoft has developed the HoloLens, an untethered 3D headset with see-through lenses that merges digital content with the physical. It is not a VR screen like Oculus rather more like Google Glass & features a built-in CPU as well as something they’re calling a Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) to produce realistic HD holograms.
With the release of the Skate Free, Nike finally brings their ubiquitous FreeSole technology to a skateboard shoe. It looks like a run-of-the-mill skate shoe but delivers the proven lightweight comfort that fans of the FreeeSole know & love plus it offers improved natural motion for better board control.