Bringing the outdoor in just feels good. This touch-sensitive lamp is made from a chunk of real, honest-to-goodness White Birch. Just tap the metal bar on the side to adjust four levels of brightness. Retro styling is complete with an included Edison-style bulb and 6-foot braided-cloth cord.
On long hikes and overnight backpacking trips, you gotta hump all your gear—after a few hours on the trail, you’ll wish everything in your pack was made of titanium. This 22-ounce bottle weighs in at a mere 4 ounces and because it’s made of titanium you can even cook in it. Morning coffee at the campsite? Just throw your bottle on the burner and boil.
Who doesn’t love watching a little TV in the great outdoors? But hey, don’t let a dust storm or the driving rain stand between you and your favorite show. These new weatherproof flat panel TVs from Ciil will survive both, right out there in the elements. Freezing temps, snow, sleet, hail, none of these will penetrate the seal.
Market research has revealed Americans are suckers for any product named after animals. This fact may or may not have anything to do with the naming of Bulldog Mens Skincare. They make natural grooming products of all types from manly moisturizers to fair-trade shave gels. If you’re trying to avoid those deep bull dog wrinkles, they even make an anti-aging cream. This stuff is definitely not tested on animals and their website gives a breakdown of every ingredient.
Small, sleek and spitting superior sound; these are the features we want from a small, desktop speaker system. And, that’s exactly what UCubes offer up. At roughly 3.5 inches square, and standing 6-inches tall on their aluminum stands, these little cubes pump out 170-degrees of quality stereo sound with no external power supply. Plugs into one USB port. Available in silver, red or black.
The look of this fan will blow you right back to the 1940s. An oil-rubbed bronze machine is complimented by walnut-finished wooden legs. It may look old, but it performs: 3-speed adjustments and 50-degree oscillation. It stands 74-inches tall.
No, this is not a pin-up calendar of your brother’s ex-girlfriends. Pig Of The Month is a club giving you online access to a gourmet butcher shop. Pork ribs of all types, pulled pork, their signature “lipsmacking sauces,” all of this & more comes delivered to your door for three months when you join.
American soldiers battling in the streets of the Middle East are wearing these 5.11 tactical backpacks, while you surf the web shopping. Made of burly 1050-denier nylon and Molle-webbing equipped to carry all types of cargo, this bag will work perfectly for your little civilian day hikes and nature walks. Made in the USA, of course.
Unless you’re some sort of silver spoon son-of-a-shiek, you’re not going to buy a real 1940s Indy 500 car. You can, however, get a handmade 1/8th scale replica. Artist John Snowberger, whose dad was a famous Indy driver, creates these period-correct, super-detailed replicas, all of which are approved & endorsed by the OG racers who drove them.
Even with sold-out stadium tours and chart topping, radio-friendly hits, Seattle’s Pearl Jam kept their private lives on the D.L. Now, 20 years after the release of their seminal album 10, the band is offering up the whole story from the salad days of the “grunge” era. It’s a scrapbook of sorts featuring interviews, photos, tour notes & more. It’s the whole Pearl Jam story. You might even find out where they got their name.