You don’t know it but most of your Instagram followers are burnt on the stale ass photos you keep posting. Spice it up with this macro lens attachment. It’s a close-up lens built into a rubber band: super easy to use and super affordable. Also super for getting more likes.
Music critic Greil Marcus’ new book on The Doors leaves the worn out Jim Morrison-deathcult-poet-myth alone and focuses solely on the band’s enduring music. That’s fresh.
If you view even the simple, hygienic act of grooming as a potential threat to your manhood, we found the soap for you. It’s a rough cut brick made in a soap factory that produced soap for soldiers in the Korean War. Is that manly enough for you? If you’re still nervous you can order the optional rope handle.
It’s that magical time of the year when having a beer opener in your back pocket is essential. This one is Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. from thick heat-treated, high-grade stainless steel. No bottle stands a chance against this thing. Bring on the holiday parties!
Learning forgotten handcrafts is right up there with dressing like it’s 1899. Real hot right now. This how-to book of knots won’t just look awesome poking out of your bespoke bookshelf, it will teach you the skills you need to tie the right knot for any situation where a more modern solution like a bungee cord or ratchet tie-down would throw the whole old school look off.
Just because you spend 40 hours a week inhabiting a windowless cubicle doesn’t mean your dog should, too. Shut in behind the fence, Fido can’t see what’s happening out there in the world. Install a Pet Peek in your fence and give your loyal friend a commanding view of the neighborhood.
Google Earth sure is sexy but who doesn’t welcome a break from staring at the screen? London’s Future Mapping Co. prints all different types of wall maps. They are available in various views, colors, and sizes but each map is bold, accurate and proportionally correct. Step back and take it all in.
Your closet could be filled with jackets, jeans, and leather goods all stamped with the legendary name Steve McQueen, but do you know who this guy was? Unless you’re a classic movie buff, motorhead or 60-years old, you probably have no clue. This biography tells the whole back-story on the rise of Hollywood’s undisputed ‘King Of Cool.’
This is Chris Kyle’s story, the autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history. He’s a master sniper who has blown out many, many brains that our military deems dangerous. 255 brains to be exact. What must that be like? Read this 400 pager and maybe you’ll find out.
Looks like a dart, works like a hook. Ha ha. Sold in sets of three, screw-in wall mount.