Adidas worked with their team of world-class track athletes to develop the Ultra Boost Uncaged. It’s a lightweight runner with an internal mid-foot skeleton that provides exceptional flex & support. The upper is made of breathable PrimeKnit and features a multi-tiered lacing system.
For 2017, Porsche has redesigned the Panamera. Most will agree that the outline of this 2nd-generation, aluminum-body sedan is an improvement on the original design. It is longer, wider, & taller, but has a lower roofline, giving it more familiar Porsche styling. It will be available with a twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 that outputs 440 HP or a 550 horsepower twin-turbo V8 that goes 0–60 in 3.6, with a top speed of 190 MPH.
More than just another wireless earbud, Here One is the first all-in-one, wireless listening system. With two smart buds and a connected app, it enables you to stream music, take calls, reduce ambient noise, amplify speech, access Siri and Google Now, and more.
Alabama-based apparel maker Taylor Stitch teamed up San Francisco’s renowned Mission Workshop to create this rugged, 31-liter weekender-size duffle. It’s constructed of 10–ounce waxed cotton canvas and features 4 outside cargo pockets plus four more inside as well as a laptop sleeve. Snaps on the rear of the pack allow it to mount porteur-style on your bike rack & they offer a separate harness if you prefer to carry it as a backpack.
Timahawk’s Survival Tool is a 27-inch axe/multi-tool that offers a lot of functions for wilderness survival scenarios. In addition to the 6-inch axe blade, it has an adze hammerhead for trenching and digging, plus a pry bar/nail puller. The business ends of this tool are made of 4130 hardened and heat-treated steel and the handle is made of recycled plastic.
Cannabis cuisine has long since moved beyond brownies & space cookies. This book will show how to make incredible edibles you never imagined. Despite his stony moniker, JeffThe420Chef takes cannabis cooking seriously. This book offers recipes for brunch and small plates to salads and gourmet dinners—and features gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and kosher options. It also provides crucial info and guidelines for safe dosing.
Renowned Bushcraft specialist Joe Robinet—from History Channel’s Alone series & his eponymous YouTube channel—teamed up with YNOT to create a versatile rucksack for all sorts of adventures. The Wildland Scout is a 30-liter top loader made of 1000D Cordura. It features MOLLE webbing side panels for attaching modular pockets & other accessories; allowing for easy customization to suit every outing. A funded Kickstarter.
Not to worry, no vintage veedubs were harmed in the making of the Bun Bed. It is a scaled-down fiberglass reproduction of a classic VW split window camper. And it’s just a bed but one guaranteed to turn your guest room into the grooviest room in the house. It features some chrome exterior details and palisander wood veneers lining the inside; along with a mini fridge, mini bar & flat screen TV.
Capable of holding 2 different beverages at 2 different temperatures, the vacuum-insulated 27 oz. stainless steel Golchi bottle has a modular design that can be configured 4 ways. There’s an 11-ounce & a 13-ounce drink compartment and 3.5-ounce middle compartment that will hold powders or solids. Use each independently or fill the whole thing up; this bottle gives you lots of options.
Whether it’s a bear on a midnight stroll through the campsite or something scarier—if that’s even possible—the CampGuard Perimeter Security lantern will immediately light up & alert you. The built-in 360º motion detectors are set with the push of a button, and when they sense movement the 300-lumen LEDs are triggered. After 15 seconds with no movement, the lantern turns back off automatically. When not in security mode, it functions as a normal LED camp lantern.