Amazon’s exclusive Ultimate James Bond Collection features all 23 Bond films together in one Blu-ray box-set, including a 24th film, Spectre, plus for the first time, digital copies of the collection. The set also includes a bonus disc exclusive of “Everything or Nothing“, a 90-minute documentary on the untold story of 007 plus a pocket-sized James Bond 50 Years of Movie Posters book.
We know, it’s hot out right now, but here’s something new and notable for the fall/winter. Merino wool is among the world’s best natural insulators and its wicking properties make it the choice of athletes and adventurers who swing from sweating to freezing in one outing. Patagonia’s Merino Air collection uses responsibly-sourced wool blended with recycled Capilene for maximum performance.
Swedish-designed Optimus camp stoves have been a mainstay for hardcore backpackers and climbers since the brand’s Svea 123 model was introduced back in 1955. Favored for its rugged, problem-free performance, the Svea has evolved a bit over the years but the stove still features all brass construction and its super-simple burner design. Burning white gas, it can boil water in under 7 minutes & is adjustable down to a simmer. via
There’s no shortage of vintage-inspired knapsacks & daypacks on the market but Ogden Made’s Two Bit Klettersack stands out with high-quality American-made construction & a warranty that offers free lifetime repair/replacement. This pack is made of tough 1000D Cordura & features a side-entry laptop sleeve and an internal pod for camera gear.
This is a functioning replica of the original Star Trek communicator, designed by The Wand Company to the exact TV show specs. It uses Bluetooth to link with your phone allowing you to use the Communicator instead of your basic-ass iPhone 6 or whatnot. A magnetic charging stand and protective case are included.
Bose is known for superior sound and they’ve somehow managed to pack this little bluetooth speaker with the technology needed to make it sound like a much bigger Bose. This new model also features some solid upgrades: a longer-lasting 10-hour battery, USB Charging instead of an AC adapter, & a built-in microphone.
Burnside Knives is a Portland, Oregon-based knife maker that opened up shop in 2015. Their debut product line includes a liner lock folding knife with a titanium nitrate coating called the Cabrillo & a sleek frame-lock design featuring a PVD coating 3.2-inch blade called the Strauss.
This is smart for cycling: when Garmin’s Varia headlight is connected to one of the brand’s GPS devices, it factors rider speed into the way it throws light. The faster you go, the farther ahead it looks. Garmin also offers a Varia bundle that includes the smart headlight and equally nifty tail-light.
Purists prefer charcoal grilling to gas and the Homping Grill makes the choice even easier, in a portable, streamlined design that uses a fan and a special ignition gel to heat the charcoal up to 400º cooking temps in just 3-4 minutes. The battery-powered fan also helps make the Homping Grill nearly smokeless.
With an evolved, foot-hugging upper of foam & engineered mesh, Nike’s latest anything-goes trainer, the Zoom Hypercross TR2 features Flywire technology for a locked-down fit and hexagonal Zoom Air pods in the outsole for cushy comfort.