The HardGraft Sneaker Pack Keeps Your Kicks Immaculate at werd.com

The HardGraft Sneaker Pack Keeps Your Kicks Immaculate

Posted in Bags and Gear and Sneakers

For the truly special sneakers… those glow-in-the-dark Yeezy Boost or vintage Jordan III Jumpmans. Made of brushed suede and lined with soft sherpa wool, the Italian-made Sneaker Pack is designed for protection and style. It features an all-around zipper and a herringbone grab handle with leather trim detail. Fits up to US size 11.

Bring it All With You In the Osprey Bigkit Duffel at werd.com

Bring it All With You In the Osprey Bigkit Duffel

Posted in Bags and Gear

For all kinds of activities and outdoor adventures where you need the gear, the BigKit from Osprey will keep you kitted and organized. It’s a rugged, spacious 65-liter duffle with stowaway backpack straps, a dedicated, ventilated footwear pocket, lockable U-zip access to the main compartment, tuckaway helmet carry, lashing points and D-rings for add-on cargo. Also: pockets galore.

Rhino Boot Laces Are Stronger Than Steel at werd.com

Rhino Boot Laces Are Stronger Than Steel

Posted in Boots and Shoes and Wear

American made Rhino Laces are the world’s only unbreakable bootlaces. Ounce for ounce, they’re 8X stronger than steel. They’re fire resistant, endure extremes of hot and cold, exposure to water & the elements, and for every pair you buy, Rhino donates a free pair to a deployed American soldier.

For Open Fire Cooking, Grab Your GrubStick at werd.com

For Open Fire Cooking, Grab Your GrubStick

Posted in Camping and Gear

For cooking over an open fire, GrubStick is the ultimate implement. The modular design lets you attach a whole array of cooking tools to your telescoping GrubStick handle. And the Master Kit has ’em all: 4 Handles, 4 Forks, 2 grubcages, 2 burgcages, 2 grubtubes, 2 grubpockets, a bacon Clip, and a Grabber. All the attachments are dishwasher safe.

Infiniti’s Prototype 9 Electric Merges the 1940s with the Future at werd.com

Infiniti’s Prototype 9 Electric Merges the 1940s with the Future

Posted in Exotic and Rides

Unveiled at the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance auto event, the Prototype 9 from Infiniti is a 1940s-inspired electric race car. The body of the car was completely handmade with panels hand-beaten and shaped by artisans at Nissan. The drivetrain however, is modern: it’s got a 120kW (148hp) electric motor powered by a 30kWh lithium-ion battery that goes 0-62mph  in 5.5 seconds with a top speed of 106mph. Unfortunately, it’s one-of-a-kind. At least for now.

The IceMule Boss is Built for the Long Haul at werd.com

The IceMule Boss is Built for the Long Haul

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The IceMule Boss is a premium cooler built into a backpack. Think soft-sided Yeti with shoulder straps. Lots more too: multi-day ice retention, easy to load & carry, 100% waterproof and it floats, 3 external pockets, and tons of MOLLE webbing & clip points to secure extra cargo.

How to Build a Car Tells the Story of an F-One Legend at werd.com

How to Build a Car Tells the Story of an F-One Legend

How to Build a Car explores the story of Adrian Newey, a car designer with an unrivaled 35-year career in Formula One. It covers the cars he designed, the drivers he worked alongside, and the races, revealing a true engineering genius. From his early career in IndyCar racing to his unparalleled success in Formula One, we learn in comprehensive entertaining detail how a car actually works.

Diamond Atelier’s Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is Built to Shred City Streets at werd.com

Diamond Atelier’s Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is Built to Shred City Streets

Posted in Motorcycles and Rides

As soon as Ducati dropped the new Scrambler model in 2015, builders the world over had their ideal custom platform. And Munich’s Diamond just rolled out a fine specimen. Their new Sixty2 got a completely chopped & rebuilt rear end & the airbox went bye-bye. Up front it got new lower forks with clips-on and stripped-down controls. The engine was re-fitted from its 803cc displacement to a lighter, city-friendly 400cc build. This is another one-of-a-kind bike from Diamond and of course it’s sold.

The Capitol One Speaker From Klipsch Celebrates 70 Years Of Stellar Sound at werd.com

The Capitol One Speaker From Klipsch Celebrates 70 Years Of Stellar Sound

Posted in Audio & Speakers and Tech

Klipsch and Capitol Records are both celebrating seven decades of bringing us amazing sounds, so they partnered to create a special edition speaker. Incorporating luxury materials such as real wood veneer and tactile spun copper switches and knobs, The Capital One bluetooth speaker has a 2.1 stereo system biamplified for audiophile resolution that’s professionally tuned by Klipsch acousticians.

Game Of Thrones Tarot Foretells Your Future at werd.com

Game Of Thrones Tarot Foretells Your Future

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Here’s a twofer for fans of fantasy. This Game Of Thrones tarot card set combines the deep archetypes of your all-time favorite HBO series with the mystical amusement of tarot. The cards might just offer a rich and meaningful path to divination but they definitely depict the characters, scenes, and stories of Westeros.

Light It Up Twice with the Sparkr at werd.com

Light It Up Twice with the Sparkr

Posted in Gear and Tools

Killing two birds with one proverbial stone, Power Practical has created the Sparkr, a flashlight and lighter in one. It’s got an electric, windproof plasma lighter on one end and a 400-lumen LED flashlight / lantern on the other. It’s got 3 brightness settings and is rechargeable via USB.

Where To Drink Coffee Takes You Where The Experts Go For Joe at werd.com

Where To Drink Coffee Takes You Where The Experts Go For Joe

This is the only guide you need to find a proper cup. In Where to Drink Coffee, 150 top baristas and coffee experts share their secrets: 600 killer coffee spots across 50 countries. From cafés, bakeries, and restaurants to more surprising spots—a video store and an auto shop, the recommendations include insightful reviews, key information, maps, and easy-to-navigate geographical organization.

Steve McCurry: Afghanistan is a Body Of Work Like No Other at werd.com

Steve McCurry: Afghanistan is a Body Of Work Like No Other

Intrepid photojournalist Steve McCurry began sneaking into Afghanistan to collect images in 1979. Through 4 dangerous decades he returned to the country and emerged with an incredible portfolio. His National Geographic “Afghan Girl” cover photo is among the most iconic images of the modern era. This new Taschen hardcover is the definitive retrospective of his work.