Fortified Bike Lights was born when one of the brand’s founders had his bike light stolen & then got nailed by a car. The MIT grads at Fortified set out to design & develop a super-bright, anti-theft bike light & that’s exactly what they’ve done. Their Li-Ion powered headlight & taillight system is simple, solid, and comes with a no-questions-asked lifetime warranty.
Backyard pizza making is a big deal these days. If you’re ready to give it a try, the Forno Ciao is great place to start. It’s an Italian-made, outdoor wood-fired oven that heats up to cooking temp in 10 minutes & can turn out up to 30 pizzas an hour.
One-minute of cranking it. Surely you can last that long. And if you do, the Eton BT 4000 boost turbine charger will give your phone 4-minutes of battery life for the effort. So keep cranking & if your arm gets tired just close your eyes and pretend someone else is doing it. Or if you want to stick it in the wall socket instead, you’ll be fully charged up in 4.5 hours
The crew at Kickr developed an easy way to convert your existing longboard into an electric vehicle that will do 20mph. Not only will this universal drivetrain mount to your current set-up without the need for new parts or add-ons but never having to push again means your sport sandals will last much longer, too.
Original Timbos, they’re like the Air Force One of boots. Certified classics. This year, Timberland celebrates 40 years in business with a limited-edition collection numbered 1-1973 in 4 of their most beloved styles: the 6” Super, the World Hiker, and two colors of the SuperBoot. They’re hosting an online auction with all auction proceeds to benefit the Rainforest Alliance.
Field Notes is constantly updating their offerings with fresh colorways and occasional editions. Their latest limited run of pocket notebooks celebrate the colors of beer. Stout, IPA, Lager, Amber, etc. These notebooks also feature a new heavyweight cover stock and three packs come with a pub style coaster also designed by Field Notes frontman Aaron Draplin.
This new-made-to-look old custom sports car from the Detroit boutique Equus garage, is called the Bass 770. It is literally dripping with nostalgia and sports familiar features taken directly from the classic late 60s fastback Mustang. Even the Equus logo & Bass name take bites of Ford history but unlike the real classics, this thing offers all the benefits of modern engineering.
It probably smells more like mold & mildew than teen spirit but the childhood home of Kurt Cobain is currently for sale near Seattle. It was last assessed at $67,000 with dingy carpet and water-stained shingles, so it’s a dump really, but considering the fame of its decade-dead former occupant, it’s going for a half a million.
So bad it’s good. That’s the appeal of most B-horror flicks, and surely the reason why the Child’s Play franchise produced 6 films. This new Blu-ray collection is all the Chucky you could ever want in one 6-disc set. Do you wanna play?
For sure Harley wishes they could turn out factory bikes that look this good but no, this sick 1200 Sporty was built by Bull Cycles. It got serious engine mods & upgrades plus lots of metal fab, including twin megaphone exhaust, tins, a stretched swingarm, and too much more to list. The result: a low & loud Art Deco-inspired cafe racer that looks both futuristic & retro. via