This backpack from The Real Deal Brazil looks like it’s seen some hard miles because it has. Before being transformed into a pack it lived a full life as tarp covering truck payloads on the sketchy freeways of Brazil. Fully upcycled and made in Brazil, the Belem pack is TRDB’s latest offering. Their original recycled tarp product is a wide brimmed sun hat, seen on Woody Harrelson’s head in the movie Zombieland.
The glass you’re holding often looks like this after a few stiff ones but even in Sobervision™ this collection of one-of-a-kind tumblers made in London by Loris & Livia look a little crooked.
The iShower is a portable Bluetooth shower speaker that works with all your Apple & Android devices. Take it to the beach or the pool, or if you’re trying to conserve water just blast any song by Skrillex and your next shower will be the shortest one you’ve ever taken.
This oversized, non-stick griddle is so big you can throw the whole meal on there and cook it all in one shot. One pan also means less to clean up when you’re done. Just throw it in the dish washer and head to the couch
This new 5-disc box set from Trojan Records is a complete crash course in Jamaican music. From early ska to Bob Marley’s rebel music to modern day dancehall and everything in between, this set connects it all. It also includes a 50-page booklet featuring detailed commentary on the history of Jamaica and its musical heritage, plus rare photos and memorabilia.
Finally, a wine rack that won’t clash with your decor. It’s a modular, fully-customizable rack system made of aluminum and premium wood veneers that you can put anywhere. It was created by 2012 ICFF award-winning designer Eric Pfeiffer. Never thought we’d say this but the dude has a nice rack.
If the hunt for that perfect piece of iconic art for the wall of your bachelor pad has come up short, these fictitious family portraits from TV and film might fill your void. Hand-drawn in color pencil by artist Kirk Demarais, they’re sure to look great between your velvet Elvis and the oil painting of that creepy crying clown.
By reducing the weight of essential backpacking gear, you’ll be able to carry more of the really essential stuff: box wine and tall cans. The Bot is a screw-top titanium container that functions as both a bottle and a cooking pot and it fits in one water bottle pocket. You know what to put in the other pocket. Source
If you want to give yourself a little wood, check out 1Q’s little portable sound system that features the new Bluetooth v2.1 and 10-hour battery life. Wood choices include solid Walnut, bamboo, and Red Beech. Plus, for every system sold, Q1 will plant a tree through the Arbor Day Foundation.
We all like to eat out. With a portable aluminum table that seats six, you can take your little dinner party down to the beach or the park or wherever you want.