It’s square shape, simple one-compartment design and durable materials like Italian suede and cow leather make this a pretty manly dopp kit. Nobody would ever guess it was filled with your beauty products. It’s what they are: men’s beauty products. We all have them but if you feel the need to hide yours, this bag will do that.
There’s nothing really groundbreaking about cycling-specific stretch denim. Although coming from the matchless core cycling brand Rapha, these jeans are certainly the real deal. They’re fast-drying and feature stealth logos and subtle hits of their signature pink stashed inside the cuff.
Should the lead in your pencil be hard or soft? Since you only text & type, you probably have no idea. A good, old fashioned pencil snob will tell you that the super-soft lead of the legendary Blackwing 602 is as good as a pencil gets. You should be writing this down.
Nothing throws you off like losing an earbud mid-sprint. It destroys your rhythm and there’s no catching back up. These wireless, shake-proof, secure-fit earbuds could be the answer. Runners, bikers, skiers, even heavy metal headbangers, you guys will all appreciate these.
If you’re in the airport security line and even joke that your luggage is “bombproof” you’re probably not gonna make it on to your flight. But zip your lip, follow instructions, and you’ll cruise right through. This hard-sided carry-on from Victorinox is ultra lightweight and utterly indestructible – but please, no joking.
With its rounded, sculptural shape, you’d think this wireless speaker system was all show and no go. Not the case. This beauty also sounds good from any angle and lets you stream music from iTunes on your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch over a home Wi-Fi network. That works.
This is the second bike we’ve featured from Japanese masters, Zero Engineering. They’ve been around for a decade building incredible low-production number customs. Their muscular, no nonsense retro designs spawned a whole wave of imitators, all trying to get that “Zero” look. Well, this is the real deal, the new one. It’s called the Type 9 and the 96” S&S motor makes it fly.
It is because of products like this one that it’s called the “Dirty South.” Mixing Southern Comfort and Tabasco sauce is a powerful pairing of southern spices. The Fiery Pepper blend is meant to be sweet and a little hot, which sounds good if you sip responsibly but for the frat boys who shoot it out of their noses, this stuff will be lethal.