Keeping the booze ice-cold at your party is the best way to ensure that at some point, it will start to feel like a party. This ice bucket will do the trick. And instead of the bottle floating around in the same ice you’re dropping in your drinks, this design keeps the ice and the bottle separate.
In the visual arts, Dennis Hopper was an American icon. Actually, more like iconoclast. Influential in film, photography, and the underground art world, Hopper’s work spans decades. Before this colorful old bastard kicked the bucket he designed a line with Vans that includes cool shoes and a whole array of signature apparel. Pay your respects to his amazing career by buying his stuff at Urban Outfitters.
The Roku 2 lets you instantly stream shows, movies, live sports, and anything else you can find on the good ol’ internet, right onto your home TV. With no computer needed, no monthly bill, and access to a growing list of everything from Netflix to UFC to Vimeo, it’s pretty damn entertaining.
If you buy link- or French-cuff shirts, you are obviously going for looks that kill. Why not take it a step further by popping a bullet through your buttonhole. These handmade cufflinks feature the heads of spent brass bullet shells on a traditional silver link. You can even send the artist your own shells from a special hunt or shooting competition and he’ll make you a custom set. Bang!
One way to brighten your mood after a rainy night spent in a pup tent is a good, strong cup of coffee. Coleman’s self-contained, propane-powered camp coffeemaker is what you want for the job. Start with the push of a button and the coffee’s ready in minutes.
On long hikes and overnight backpacking trips, you gotta hump all your gear—after a few hours on the trail, you’ll wish everything in your pack was made of titanium. This 22-ounce bottle weighs in at a mere 4 ounces and because it’s made of titanium you can even cook in it. Morning coffee at the campsite? Just throw your bottle on the burner and boil.
In medieval Russia, a form of torture was tying a victim to a tree naked in the forest and leaving him for the mosquitoes. This slow, brutal form of exsanguination—total blood loss—often took days. Don’t let it happen to you. Get this pest-proof net covered hammock. Use the 20’ bungee cords & carabiners to attach this little cocoon between two trees and zip yourself inside before the bugs suck your blood dry.
You know your cellphone is a farm for bacteria & germs, but have you ever considered what microorganisms might be living on your earbuds? Yeah, don’t. Maybe just buy these washable buds from Pioneer and live in ignorance. Do you really wanna know about human ear mites? Didn’t think so. Waterproof up to one meter, so just hit ‘em with soap & water.
Handmade from heavy duty 9-ounce leather, this belt is brand new. But through a secret weathering process, the dudes at Portel manage to make it look like it’s been up to Laconia Bike Week a few times. But nope. It looks like this fresh out of the wrapper. Hand-burnished edges and nickel-plated steel hardware make the “used & abused” look complete.
With twenty essential stainless steel tools for total barbecue devastation, the only thing missing from the BBQ Briefcase is a set of handcuffs for the handle. When you’re carrying this thing, you’re on a one-man mission to kill at the grill.