The main shortfall of the standard kayak is that even though they’re lightweight, they’re big, and cumbersome and you need a truck or roof rack to get them around. But the Oru Kayak ends all that. This thing is collapsible. It’s a full-size 12-foot long kayak that packs down to a very portable size allowing you to check it on a flight, stow it in the trunk of your car, even backpack it into remote mountain waters.
For the classic Swiss Army brand Victorinox, clever functions are a part of everything they make. Integrated into the case of the Night Vision model is a trio of LED lights. With a push of the button a blue light illuminates the face, another push and you get a bright-white flashlight, 2 pushes and a red battery-sensor/find-the-watch-in-the-dark light begins to pulse. Source
When packing for camping and roadtrips, there’s only so much gear you can cram into your vehicle. These compact, tow-behind modular trailers give you loads more cargo space plus lots of options for customizing how you roll. Rig yours up with racks, a taligate, a platform tent, etc. Dinoot also offer a heavy-duty offroad model for going deep. Source
If you thought driving while texting was deadly, wait ’til you point your skis down a vertical chute while reading the digital display inside your goggles. Oakley has introduced a MOD Live Android-enabled heads-up display inside its goggles allowing you to track speed, vertical drop, navigation, track friends, even connecting to your Contour camera. Unfortunately it won’t warn you when you’re about to fly off a cliff.
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.