Some backpackers are perfectly happy to eat their dehydrated meals from the bag for days on end. Others prefer to elevate the wilderness dining experience. If you fall into the latter category, this 12oz., pack-flat aluminum camping table will be a must for your backcountry cooking kit. via
Unless you’ve developed a special fondness for that old coffee mug full of pens on your desk, you’ll agree that your writing utensils could be stored in something a bit more pro. Pen Zen is it. Made of bamboo with a clever design that holds your pens, pencils, & markers in an organized way, it also features hidden magnets to keep paperclips closeby.
Why spend an irreplaceable 2 hours of your life sitting among all those foul-smelling, mouth-breathing Hobbit cultists at the movie theater when you can order current-release theatrical films in the comfort of your home theater with Prima Cinema? Sure it’ll cost you a bit more but if you’ve ever caught a whiff of one of those Tolkein trolls, you’ll be glad to pay.
Boxing has been almost completely overshadowed by the graphic bloodsport of UFC & MMA fighting, but what’s lacking in the cage is the artistry and purity of a toe-to-toe battle. Photographer Howard Schatz spent 6-years shooting boxing’s biggest stars, managers, trainers & more to capture incredible images for this oversized, hardcover book focused on the “art” of boxing.
Custer’s last stand. What was that again? It was the brutal, bloody defeat of the American cavalry led by General George Custer at Little Big Horn in 1876 against Cheyenne, Lakota, & Arapaho natives. In this new book, Pulitzer Prize-winner Larry McMurtry, chronicles the life & times of America’s most iconic military genera as well as his infamous last stand.
Fonderie 47’s goal is to help reduce violence in Africa by turning guns into something better. With accents of recycled, blackened steel forged from the destruction of firearms, these 18K white gold cufflinks and bracelet from the Crucible Collection are crafted with purpose. Each purchase destroys 15-20 assault rifles in Africa.
Inspired by King & Kubrick’s classic horror-flick The Shining, this beanie got its pattern from the haunted hotel carpet in the movie. To most it will just look like a weird, old 70s pom-pom hat you found at the Ski Swap, but to us it looks killer.
Named for one of the gnarliest 4X4 trails in the Sierras, Jeep’s Wrangler Rubicon turns 10 this year. The 10th Anniversary Edition Ruby features an extra 2 inches of clearance, & a winch-capable bumper up front. It also comes stock with taller, meatier BFG tires, a vented hood & red leather interior. It’ll be available in 2- & 4-door versions this Spring.
These screw-top titanium tubes are watertight; designed for the safe storage and transport of valuable items. They come in a variety of sizes for things as small as a secret stash of cash or that fine, Cuban cigar you want to keep high & dry.
Poor skateboarding. Once young, wild and immune to the influence of anything but the underground, it has now reached middle age. New York “skate boutiques” now collab with French board brands to foist hip products like corkscrews made from recycled decks on an aging population of ex-skaters. So what if you can’t to kickflip anymore as long as you can corkscrew, right? via