This book/calendar lets you mark off the days of the year the old-fashioned, analog way, by turning the page. Each of the 365 days features a classic surf image to keep you stoked all year-round.
For the gourmet tea that bears his name, Detroit local Joseph Wesley chooses only high-quality, single origin black teas like Dian Hong Congfu & Darjeeling from growers in China & India; resulting in better tasting tea with more complex flavors.
This is the sneakerhead bible. Out of print for years, it’s finally back in a new 10th Anniversary edition featuring 400 hundred iconic sneaker designs arranged in an illustrated, chronological format.
If baseball season is year-round for you, allow us to recommend a print for your office or den: 18” x 24” posters featuring hand-drawn architectural blueprints of MLB’s most famous fields: Yankee Stadium, Wrigley Field, Fenway, etc.
Disguised as a butterfly knife, this multi-tool doubles as a knife, saw, screwdriver, wrench, & bottle opener all-in-one.
Like a cast you’ve been wearing for 6 weeks or your own flatulence, two-stroke engine smoke is one of those things that really stinks but you still like it. Now you can bathe yourself in the scent that brings to mind stuff like dirtbikes, chainsaws, and snowmobiles with these two-stroke scented candles.
Unless it happens to be a cloudy day or nighttime, the Tinder Hot Box solar fire starter could be a lifesaver. But when the sun is shining, this simple little device will start a fire in a matter of minutes with no moving parts, fuel, or batteries to worry about. The tinder box is also airtight and watertight so your firestarting materials will stay dry in any weather.
As you’ve seen here before, decommissioned military M2A1 ammo boxes can be repurposed into all kinds of functional cases. The Ammodor humidor is our latest find. They clean the ammo boxes and line them with cedar creating a mobile humidor that can carry 100-150 Robusto size cigars.
They’ve taken the dry erase whiteboard and put it into notebook form. It’s called Wipebook and it just makes sense. Write on it, wipe it off as needed & start over. Plus, all you ever do in meetings is doodle & do trees really need to die for that?