The Russian Ural is a long-standing cult classic. This heritage bike brand continues to turn out new versions of their M-70, a WW2-era sidecar model, which was a knock-off of the German BMW R71. This 2011 model blends classic styling with some modern upgrades that make it a legit daily driver. Source
Another unreal but true story. Jimmy Keene, the screw-up son of a cop in suburban Chicago makes some bad moves & ends up in prison on a ten-year bid. But, if he can get a fellow prisoner, a serial killer who could walk on appeal, to give a confession, Keene will be set free. Or he will end up dead.
Unless you find something strangely erotic about your lady cruising around the house in a Snuggie, maybe you should try these radiator boosters to beef up your underpowered radiant heating system. They mount directly to your heaters and blow heat from the wall out into the room where you want it. Source
Amazingly, the Schott Perfecto leather jacket is one product from the golden age of motorcycling that isn’t endorsed by Steve McQueen. But this slim-cut leather classic from New York’s Schott Leather is a jacket we know he’d love. Zip-front, snap collar closure, distressed top-grain cowhide. Motorcycle optional, aviator shades not included.
Calepino is kind of like the Field Notes of France. They make classic, round-cornered, pocket notebooks. But Calepino also makes pens and wooden pencils; all locally produced near Paris. The Panoplie collection includes 3 notebooks and a 6-pack each of the pencils and black ink M10 ballpoint pens.
Tascam makes professional audio gear. Their new iM2 plugs into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and turns it into a high-quality stereo recorder that you can take everywhere. Perform high-tech feats like capturing stereo sound while you film HD video on your phone. Or make a bootleg concert recording. It’s pocket-sized pro audio.
Cardboard is good for boxes but it’s not the greatest flavor for a sandwich. Or a soup. If you’ve got a Mobile Foodie Survival Kit in your pocket, you can give cardboard cuisine a dash of flavor with your own handy array of organic herbs and spices. They’re small, stackable and stashable.
Most of us don’t want our home to look like a bar but if it felt like a bar, that would be cool, right? A handmade Italian glass and stainless foosball table from Teckell will do it. You’ll easily be able to maintain your home’s formal setting while opening it up to some good old-fashioned beer hall foos.
Some guys just call a contractor. Other guys save an amazing amount of money by doing the job themselves. If you fall into the latter, you might deserve Ryobi’s badass 18-Volt cordless multi-tool kit. A whole range of adapter heads snap on to this unit for chopping, drilling, cutting, sanding … get that DIY done right.