Why would you exert the effort to pump manually when you can get a machine to do the work for you? The AirMan Airgun is a portable, battery powered compressor that will pump up your balls, bike tires, and other inflatable toys automatically.
Shoveling up your own dirt trails requires weeks in the woods. And nobody’s got time for that. Shoretrax makes getting your pumptrack fix much easier. They created a portable, modular track system you can pull out of the back of your truck & set up anywhere.
If you’re like most Sriracha fans, eventually you won’t even need anything to put it on, you’ll enjoy the sauce all by itself. At that point, you’ll want some hot sauce to put on it. You should try this. It’s Sriracha that has been aged in a whiskey barrel for an all-new flavor.
The Xensr+ is a little puck you stick on your skis, snowboard, surfboard or whatever-board that tracks & accurately measures speed, route, distance, and jump height. Get rad & it’ll keep score. It just won the “Best In Show Award” at the Outdoor Retail show.
The LighterBro is a multi-tool that slides over your Bic lighter to transform your pocket flamethrower into a Swiss army knife of sorts. It features a super sharp knife blade, micro screwdriver, scissors, & a bottle opener.
Stuff that lands in the “cool for dads” category usually makes you cringe but the Piggyback Rider is pretty cool. It’s an effortless way to carry a kid over 2-and-a-half or up to 60-pounds. A comfortable harness system that features a no-slip foot bar, gives your grom a better view and keeps them right where they want to be. via
Automating everything is getting simpler. The Piper is yet another example; it’s a home security device with a built-in HD fisheye camera that notifies you of security events by call, text, or email. It also features environmental sensors and pairs with Z-Wave accessories like door sensors and smart switches for full control of your home, from your phone.
In certain scenarios, heavy-duty, industrial-grade equipment is the only reasonable option. So, this.
Right out of the crate, the Ducati 999S is one of the sickest bikes on the planet. But turning it over to respected New York bike builder Stefano Venier means it’s going to get nuts. He converted this ex-racer into a street machine that pushes upwards of 150 hp. If you don’t die before getting it into 3rd gear you might notice that nearly every part from front to back has been tweaked, upgraded or straight-up custom built by Venier.