Insert joke about “wood in your pocket” then add two facts. Fact one: these slim, bi-fold wallets are made with leather and either Walnut or Zebrawood. Fact two: this is better than the “wood in your pocket” joke would’ve been.
If your wrist has been feeling a little naked since you yanked off the LIVESTRONG bracelet, here’s a replacement that won’t disappoint. Naimakka’s utilitarian braided bracelets are woven with 8 feet of military-grade paracord, which like duct tape, can be used for a million different things in a pinch.
In certain situations, wearing protection does more than just keep your equipment safe and unharmed. It can also improve your performance. Take Cleatskins for example. They’re made of natural-feeling SkinTek that stretches over your bike or athletic cleats, allowing you the freedom to keep your sport-specific footwear on wherever you roam while also protecting them from abrasion and wear, so they last longer.
If you’re able to overlook what a complete & utter a-hole Mel Gibson is in real life you’ll welcome the release of this Blu-ray box set of Gibson’s best work: the post-apocalyptic Mad Max trilogy that includes Mad Max (1979), Mad Max Road Warrior (1982) and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985). Available June 4.
The USPS just announced a new series of stamps commemorating 5 iconic American muscle cars: the 1966 Pontiac GTO, the 1967 Shelby GT-500, the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, the 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda, and the 1970 Chevelle SS. Our email to the USPS about why the ’69 Camaro Z/28 & the Plymouth Superbird were left out has not yet been answered.
The new self-published cookbook from chef Martin Picard, Au Pied de Cochon: Sugar Shack just earned the eccentric Quebécois chef Cookbook of the Year at the Gourmand Awards in Paris. He probably thinks it’s because of his recipes but we’d like to think the 4 photos of totally naked women are what took the trophy.
If you still haven’t upgraded to wireless ones, the Klingg will do a great job of keeping that headphone cable out of your way. Weighing just one ounce, it holds your cable anywhere on your body using magnets to keep it in place.
There are so many new books by and about Navy SEALS that you could literally spend the next few months reading nothing else. We don’t really recommend doing that but we do recommend this book. Damn Few is the story of Rorke Denver, a decorated SEAL trainer who has led over 200 commando missions.
Despite producing back-to-back #1 records in the early 90s, Texas-based heavy metal band Pantera didn’t survive long enough to garner the acclaim that Metallica and Slayer enjoy today. Extreme metal began receding back underground & then guitarist Dimebag Darrell was murdered by a deranged fan. That ended Pantera. This new memoir from bassist Rex Brown tells the bizarre and trying tale of the influential band.
The Green Revolution is real. It must be, right? How else could a blend of super-caffeinated coffee called Death Wish that’s 200% stronger than a regular roast, actually be Fair Trade & certified organic? This would seem to suggest that having a Death Wish is actually a good thing.