If for some odd reason you tried to tote this ceramic subwoofer in your carry-on luggage, you’d most likely be detained by anxious TSA-holes. But what looks like a science fair attempt at bomb building is actually a high-quality handmade bass unit powered by dual drivers that pumps out lows down to 40Hz.
If you’re a bachelor and aim to keep it that way, these illustrated prints from pop artist David O’Keefe are exactly the type of art you need hanging on your walls. Cartoon caricatures from classic man-movies like The Godfather, Animal House, and Caddyshack will send out the vibe to ensure first dates won’t lead to second ones.
While you concern yourself with the big picture, executive-level decision making, leave the menial crap, like choosing your food & drink, to the passionate peons at Mantry. Mantry means “man’s pantry.” These dude-food experts will curate your jerky and exotic whatnots, then ship ’em to you monthly.
Constructed of stainless steel and durable Iroko wood, this foosball table is built to endure the inevitable spindle spins, bumps and beer spills associated with this classic, full-contact bar game.
Made of real Cork wood, this unique iPad case from Portugal’s Pomm brand is available until November 1 at a pre-order discount and also includes a Pomm tote bag that, as a man, you probably should not carry.
Bang & Olufsen could probably make a great satellite dish but they didn’t. This is the BeoPlay A9, a 480-watt 3-way speaker system that uses wi-fi, AirPlay, and DLNA networking to pump out high quality audio. Wireless streaming is backed up by USB & Aux ports for plugging in devices of all kinds. If you don’t like the legs, the A9 also mounts to the wall.
Are you indecisive? Tough question, we know. Either way, this versatile Vermont-made carryall gives you multiple options for how you carry it. You can go backpack style, shoulder strap mode, or full manpurse. It’s made of repurposed military canvas and features solid brass hardware.
Ewan McGregor starred in the underground classic 90s film Trainspotting, centered on the messed up lives of young junkies in Edinburgh, Scotland. If you liked that film, maybe you should read this prequel to the Trainspotting story by the same author, Irvine Welsh.
For those randoms who somehow aren’t fans of the TV zombie series The Walking Dead, these minimalist prints from Toronto-based artist Ryan MacArthur will require an explanation. Everyone else will know what’s up immediately.