The Grateful Dead is and always has been about more than just the music. It was the live experience, the trip; peace and love and some other stuff we can’t remember. But good stuff at any rate. Grateful Dead: All the Years Combine: The DVD Collection features over 38 hours of live concerts from the 70s through the 90s. If you were there you know (but maybe you forgot, too) and if you were too young, here’s your chance to see and hear their greatest legendary live shows.
Complete that “heritage industrial” look in your work or living space with these cast iron and beech wood Wall Clamps by L.A.-based designer Brendan Ravenhill. Mount them to the wall through the holes in the back and tighten the screws into the shelf material of your choice.
These knives are made entirely of carbon fiber. That means they’re super lightweight, each of the three models weighing in at less than one ounce. The thing is, carbon fiber isn’t something that holds a sharp blade. Carbon Fiber Gear offers these knives not for cutting but rather self-defense. They’re for stabbing. Puncturing. Immobilizing the enemy. Kinda hellish, sure, but as the saying goes, “better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.”
Beach season is coming soon so you should test out this recipe for Guinness brownies before forcing yourself into pre-summer fat camp. That’s right, we’re pushing Guinness brownies. That would be the world’s best Irish stout blended into both the batter and the icing. Hurry up and bake some.
If you’ve ever done any hunting, you know it’s pretty much impossible to find a pair of high quality cycling shoes that don’t look like some sort of space-age Tinkerbell boots. Leave it to Rapha to step up and deliver. And this Yak leather, carbon-sole shoe developed by Giro, Ecco, and Rapha is not just good looking, it’s a performer. And as you probably guessed, this quality costs. When they drop April 11th, they’ll run $450 a pair.
Tote one of these fold-away, stainless charcoal grills from Esbit and you’ll never have to hang out in some sketchy public park trying to get your fresh grilled burger on when you’re away on a roadtrip. Germany’s Esbit brand has been perfecting mobile cooking since 1936, and it shows in the clean, ultra-portable design of the BBQ-Box.
You’re never going to play guitar like Stevie Ray Vaughn or Slash but if you shred 6-packs like they shred six strings, the Marshall Fridge will be the perfect addition to your pad. It looks like the iconic Marshall stack amp but it’s really a 4.4 cubic foot fridge and freezer. You can even crank the temperature knob up to 11.
Triumph is celebrating its 110th year of making England’s most iconic motorbikes. The limited edition Bonneville T100 is based on their 1902 T100 No.1, and packs a parallel twin 865 cc motor, spoked wheels, and a tasteful smattering of chrome. The Brooklands Green color split paint scheme is a nod to the Brooklands track, the world’s first purpose built motor racing circuit. There’s an anniversary crest on the side cover, inspired by early bike badges that feature the classic Triumph crown icon. They’re only building 1000 of these beauties. Now’s your chance.
Hell Above Earth is the true yet unbelievable tale of an American WWII bomber pilot who also happened to be the nephew of the head of the Nazi Luftwaffe, Hermann Goering. The FBI was aware of this family tie and gave secret orders to his trusted friend and co-pilot, to kill him if anything went wrong on the aerial combat missions. Imagine a modern comparison and the implications are mind-blowing. Could this even happen today?
Rumor has it these photo-video-lighting clamps got their name from their numerous uses on the set of adult film productions. Okay, that’s a lie. Anyway, Nasty Clamps are heavy-duty spring clamps with a Gorilla-pod style arm on them, which has a tripod mount on the end. Snap a Nasty on and you can put your camera, LED light bank, or flash, pretty much anywhere you want. Source