Bob Burnquist is a Brazilian pro skateboarder who is known for switch stance skateboarding and innovative tricks on the vert. He once completed a BASE jump after attempting a 50-50 into the Grand Canyon and now he's skating on water. Well not really, but he's built a floating ramp out in Lake Tahoe. The hole project took about 300 man hours to complete. His montra is to believe in things strong enough to make them happen.
The Barebones Living Lodge Tent ($3810) is for those who love to go camping but could do without the roughing it part. The Lodge is more of a temporary structure than a tent. It gives you 180 square feet of living space which is large enough to fit up to 12 people comfortably.It has a 6-foot wall height with a height of 9-feet at its peak allowing you to easily walk around without having to hunch over. And there are no worries if the weather becomes in-climate. The Lodge can handle 1,000 lbs. of snow and withstand 90-mph hour winds when properly staked. When you order the Lodge you get a tent skin, an attachable floor, tent poles, stakes, nylon cord tie downs, all-weather cover, and a high wind kit.
The Maersk Link Triple-E's are the largest ships in the world. The "Triple E" comes from three design principles which include economy of scale, energy efficient, and environmentally improved. The Maersk Linke Triple-E LEGO Ship ($150) is a great representation of this beast. The LEGO set includes over 1,500 bricks and when complete measures over 25" long, 8" high, and 3" wide.
The Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka ($1275) is the warmest men's winter coat on earth. It's been field tested by Canada Goose and can handle extreme cold weather temperatures down to -25 degrees. So if you're planning an Arctic expedition or looking for the best men's coat for Alaska's extremely cold weather, then you have to seriously consider the Snow Mantra Parka. Canada Goose is one of the best winter jacket brands, and the Snow Mantra is the pinnacle of their offerings.Related: 11 Of The Best Mens Winter CoatsThe Snow Mantra utilizes white goose down and has a fill power of 675. It has every top of line features you would expect from the warmest coat on earth. These include a mid-thigh length, and a removable coyote fur ruff surrounding a 3-way adjustable tunnel hood. A fleece-line throat-latch provides extra warmth. You also get YKK zippers, full-bellow snow pockets secured with Velcro flaps, two fleece lined slash handwarmer pockets, an extra layer of down-proof nylon lining, and high-pile, fleece lined wind guard from top to bottom. If you're getting your gear ready for the coming winter, you won't be able to do much better than the Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka.
The Patrick Hartog Ceramic Cable Lights ($200) add style to any room in your house. Patrick created these cable lights as homage to the mooring bollards found on wharves. Through experimenting with ceramic slip casting he was able to create a product which has the highest quality surface, and uniformity. The light gets its unique look through the unique way the cable is tied around the light. You can also change the look by using different types and colors of cables.
Most speaker DIYer's will tell you that if you want great sound out of a cabinet you want it stiff and dampened so that box doesn't resonate with changes in air pressure while others say you want the sound qualities that wood offers. Now there's a speaker that offers both. The P.A.C.O. Concrete Speaker ($CALL) is probably the stiffest cabinet you'll find on the market. The concrete cabinet will enhance the bass while the Fir Harmonic board top piece gives the treble warmth and defuses the sound 360 degrees. The speaker also features bluetooth connectivity and gesture control. With a wave of your hand you can change the volume, play, and stop or skip tracks. The P.A.C.O has a 3.5" mid/low range driver and a 2" surface transducer and has a frequency range is 85Hz - 20,000Hz.