InfiniteUSB is an open chain of USB ports, giving your device an unlimited supply of open slots. And that’s good news in these days of thinner devices with fewer ports. Plug in an Infinite & instead of limiting what you can connect, you’re simply opening up another port. Stack ’em up.
Extensively researched by WaPo sports writer Kent Babb, this no-holds-barred biography of NBA icon Allen Iverson follows the trajectory of AI’s illustrious career as well as his darker off-court life—the booze, his broken marriage & our nation’s fascination with the flawed superstar.
The Adventure Hammock is a very portable & packable single-person hammock designed for backcountry action. It comes with everything you need to hang around: screwgate carabiners, fray-resistant polypropylene cables, and a stuff-sack attached to the hammock.
They look like old Edison bulbs but Buster Bulbs are LEDs. They’re designed to give off the same warm glow as incandescent and filament lights but they’re much more energy-efficient. The teardrop-shaped glass bulbs are available in your choice of three colors: warm gold, smoked grey & bright crystal.
Romanian artist Octavian Mielu has created a unique collection of superhero prints featuring all the comic book kings: Spidey, Bat Man, The Hulk, Iron Man, & more. What makes Mielu’s work stand out is his technique—the superheroes appear to be made of nothing more than wisps of smoke.
Superfly makes cool cables for connecting & powering up your iPhone & Android devices. With bright colors and patterns, these cloth covered cables stand out amidst all the bland black & white cables you’re currently running.
Weighing just 3.5 ounces, the LuminAID PackLite 12 light is an ultralight, portable, solar powered lantern that twists flat to take up minimal space in your pack. With 12 LEDS, it offers 3 brightness levels & run times up to 12 hours. It recharges fully in 7 hours of sun & contains no PVC.
This new Lynyrd Skynyrd biography follows the trajectory of the band and singer Ronnie Van Zandt’s meteoric rise to stardom, making hit records and pioneering the “Southern rock” sound. Their five year-run was filled with success, riotous excess, and as quickly as they peaked, they imploded. This book covers it all.
Back in the Wild West days, cowboys used whiskey to clean bullet wounds. With Archer’s barrel-aged, charcoal-filtered, whiskey-inspired sink soap you’ll just be washing the dishes but you might feel a bit more like an outlaw.