If you don’t have the power of the Speed Pocket built into your irons, you’re chipping is probably slipping. Taylormade’s Rocketbladez irons feature Speed Pocket technology—an ultra-thin, contoured face design with vibration dampening polyurethane—that delivers explosive distance and high ball speed. You want that, don’t you? Source
50 of Warner Bros’ best movies on Blu-ray ought to get you through the long, cold winter. From Gone With The Wind to A Clockwork Orange to Full Metal Jacket to The Exorcist to The Hangover and beyond, it’s a full-spectrum collection of award-winning classics ranging from 1932 to 2010.
If for some odd reason you tried to tote this ceramic subwoofer in your carry-on luggage, you’d most likely be detained by anxious TSA-holes. But what looks like a science fair attempt at bomb building is actually a high-quality handmade bass unit powered by dual drivers that pumps out lows down to 40Hz.
They call it Beautiful British Columbia, which it is, but it also gets crap winter weather, making it the perfect place to design and test out outerwear. The Chrome Jacket by Westcomb combines waterproof, breathable NeoShell® fabric with stretchy, synthetic Primaloft® insulation for keeping you warm and dry in the worst weather. Even that nasty Canadian stuff.
Pioneering British audio brand Bowers & Wilkins has been producing world-class loudspeakers for recording studios and ardent audiophiles for nearly 50 years. Their new wireless home speaker systems, available in two sizes, continue the superior sound tradition while offering features like wireless audio hook-ups compatible with the latest Apple devices.
This home sound system from KEF features two amps in each speaker, transforming the crappy, underpowered sound of your laptop, smartphone, or MP3 player into a hi-def, audiophile-quality sound experience.
High stakes games require high performance equipment. With its carbon fiber case and components like aluminum chips, this poker set from the Alfred Dunhill brand is the equivalent of a poker player’s Porsche.
These earbuds feature the smallest wide-band driver ever made. That means the tiny 7mm dynamic driver can reproduce the entire audible frequency range, which, at eight hundred bucks, is a small price to pay to drown out the voices of all the idiots you’re surrounded by. Source
Actual hunters like Barbour’s waxed cotton jackets because stuff like blood and duck guts washes right off. Cool hunters sorta just like the association of Barbour’s country squire mystique. This collab jacket from Barbour & Jack Spade hits the bullseye by urbanizing the classic look.
All-in-one iPhone speaker docks are everywhere, except apparently, in your home or office otherwise you would’ve scrolled down to a motorcycle or something. The bean-shaped Cocoon from Denon looks weirdly cool and sound-wise it definitely doesn’t suck. Inside it’s got two 4mm tweeters and two 100mm woofers powered by a four channel Class D amp. It’s also DLNA and AirPlay enabled.