Every man wants to be James Bond for maybe a split second. With Suntory’s Yamazaki Single Malt 12-Year Old Whisky you can sip silky smooth taste and a lingering wood finish just as 007 did in You Only Live Twice. For anything Bond enjoys on the rocks, belongs in your liquor cabinet.
Without photography, timeless rock ‘n’ roll moments such as Keith Moon blowing up his drums; Hendrix torching his Strat; and the Beatles walking Abbey Road would be lost forever. Who Shot Rock And Roll contains over 200 epic photos capturing the electricity, intensity, artistry and beauty of the rock scene from 1955 to present.
VW aficionados, rejoice! If you don’t have the resources to restore a classic Beetle from the ground up – build one out of Legos. This 16″ model’s attention to detail astonishes with a spare tire under the hood, engine block in the trunk and preserved interior design. Would you expect anything less from German engineering?
No more balancing a flashlight when working a two-handed project. Shaped like a mini naval mine, the Striker Magnetic Light houses a magnet on each of its twelve points. Attach the device to any steel surface and a powerful LED beam illuminates the area. Bonus – it also works as a pick-me-up for dropped hardware.
Does jumping off a helicopter into a 3000-foot vertical of Alaskan snow sound like excitement? EpiQuest is a group of pro-athletes and skilled outdoorsmen helping you explore extreme travel. In addition to skiing, the trip includes fishing for King Salmon, riding rapids, and a stay at The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, which is tucked between Mt. McKinley and two active volcanoes.
Legendary Celtic baller, Bob Cousy, sported these low-profile steps on the hardwood in the ’50s. Classic styling, these Lo’s include a canvas upper, molded rubber outsole and an insole made of PF Flyers’ exclusive rigid wedge material which reduces foot and leg muscle strain. They don’t appear ready for hardcore court action, but they surely will work with a pair of jeans.
Finally someone has designed a boot that’s actually comfortable and easy to walk in. Apex’s Alpine Ski Boot features a light-weight, carbon chassis built around a boot that heat-molds to the foot. It’s boa lacing system allows for infinite adjustments, staying secure even when hitting the bumps. Most notable, the “A-flex” system, corrects the forward lean – no longer will you look like you’ve got something up your seat when walking to the lodge.