Beer has been a favorite drink across the globe for centuries, and is third only behind water and tea in the worldwide popularity stakes. It is also the central figure in an industry worth $450bn.This is the first major reference book of its kind that investigates both the history and the vast appeal of beer. There are over 1,100 entries in The Oxford Companion To Beer ($32) written by no less than 166 of the most prominent beer experts in the globe and a must have for anyone who like to indulge in one or two.
The Classified Moto "Yamazuki" XS650 ($NFS) was the bike that put Classified Moto on the map. It was originally featured on BikeEXIF in December of 2010. The Yamazuki started off as a 1982 Yamaha XS650 Heritage Special. It has a modified front end from a Suzuki RMZ250 dirt bike with supermoto wheel and brake set. The shortened forks give it a nice low stance. Classified Moto always like to keep a piece of the bike's old life and in this case, it was a strip of old red paint across the tank which they protected with a coat of clear gloss.
Rarely do you have the ability to buy something for less and actually get a better product. Harry's manufactures high-end razors but offers them at an amazing price. In their Winston Shaving Set ($25) you get; a Winston handle that's constructed of lightweight aircraft aluminum, 3 blades made through Harry's partnership with German Engineers with decades of experience, and a shave cream made with natural ingredients to deliver an amazing shave. Additional blades cost $2 or under depending on the quantities you purchase. There's no reason to pay double for inferior products.
Loopwheeler is a textile company out of Japan that specializes in making sweatshirts using a hanged knitting machine (loop wheel machine). The result is a material that is as soft as human skin. NEXUSVII is a modern clothing designer, also form Japan. Together they've created the beautiful Loopwheeler x NEXUSVII Fleece Hoodie ($400). The hoodie is a classic heathered navy and charcoal that retains its shape and softness even after repeated use. It features a button front, two slant pockets, and ribbed cuffs waist.
At the end of each week we'll provide you with a recap of all the products we reviewed during the week. Along with a a little something extra to get you through the weekend.BILTWELL GRINGO ($149) OWEN & FRED YOU DIRTY DOG SOAP ($9) HAMMACHER SCHLEMMER PROFESSIONAL MICROBREWERY ($45,000) BANG & OLUFSEN BEOLAB 14 ($4400) DENON AVR-X4000 AV RECEIVER ($1300) XBOX ONE ($TBA) LUNA VENADO RUNNING SANDAL ($65) S'MORE TO LOVE S'MORE MAKER ($14) BREITLING EMERGENCY 2 ($17,000) ABT AUDI R8 V10 ($TBA) THE AUDACITY OF HOPS ($14) PLUME MUDGUARD ($35) NIKE LUNAR FLYKNIT CHUKKA: DARK OBSIDIAN & WOLF GREY PRE-ORDER ($160) NIGEL CABOURN TAPED VENTILE CAMERAMAN JACKET ($1329) ULTIMATE EARS BOOM BLUETOOTH SPEAKER ($200) VINTAGE TOTE BAG X WHIPPING POST ($265) CASH CA X JAM HOME MADE WALLET S/S '13 ($315) MUTATOR: MUTE YOUR IPHONE WITH A TWIST ($13) A-JAYS FIVE EARPHONES ($TBA) MONKEY LIGHT PRO ANIMATED DISPLAYS FOR BIKES ($700) ODDKA VODKA ($16) THE BUCCANEER 3D PRINTER ($400) TAYLORMADE R1 BLACK DRIVER ($300)
The Nanamica Versity Jacket ($689) takes cool to a whole new level. Nanamica takes the classic and adds a modern athletic cut and technical performance fabrics. Their updated version features a wool blended shell, leather sleeves and trim, finished off with ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem. The closure utilizes both a zipper and a stud placket for extra security. For a complete look combine this jacket with the: A.P.C. Petit New Standard Jean ($185), Bedwin & The Heartbreakers Hillel Baseball Tee ($139), Folk Waffle Sock ($20), and the ever classic Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s Hi ($90).