The Liberate On-Ear Headphones by The House of Marley ($100) give you impressive styling and signature a Marley sound. The Liberates are made from stainless steel, reclaimed hemp, recycled bottles, organic cotton fibers, FSC certified Sapele Wood and leather for the ear cushions. Features include 40mm high performance drivers, a fabric cord, and a gold plated 3.5mm connector. Now you can be environmentally conscience while enjoying your favorite tunes.
The New Balance 1600 Elite Edition (Grey/Black) ($130) are New Balances latest take on their classic 1600 runner. The shoes feature a monochromatic colorway that has a grey upper with contrasting black and grey panels. These shoes have also been modernized with NB's Abzorb technology for a cushy ride during athletic activities.(more…)
The Vachetta Messenger Bag ($1650) from Ralph Lauren is a made from the finest Italian Vechetta leather which gives it that classic broken in look. The bag measures 11"H x 15"L x 3" D and features a Leather handle, webbed cotton shoulder strap, and polished metal buckles. On the interior, you get a large zippered leather divider and two leather patch pockets with two pen slots. You can get the Vachetta in either black or tan.
Bushcarft 101 ($10) was written by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury to be the ultimate resource for experiencing the backcountry. Based on the five C's of survival - cutting tools, covering, combustion, containers, and cordages, it covers all of the skills you need to manage resources and really experience the wilderness. It covers how to choose the right items for your pack, making tools and supplies, how to collect and cook food, and sheltering yourself from the elements. With this book by your side you'll be well prepared for almost any situation.
This fascinating book, Difficult Men ($20) gives us a revealing and riveting look at those shows that helped cable TV to emerge as one of the 21st century's signature art forms. During the late 1990's and early 2000's, the TV landscape underwent a transformation that was totally unprecedented. While the major networks continued chasing the lowest common denominators a whole wave of new shows started to appear. They first arrived on such premium cable channels as HBO and the basic cable networks of AMC and FX and dramatically stretched the narrative inventiveness, artistic ambition and emotional resonance of television. These shows including The Shield, Deadwood, Mad Men and the sopranos didn't make all their characters likeable and didn't wrap everything up neatly before the credits rolled. Icons of our time, this is a brilliant book at the shows that have defined a generation
In it's fresh new packaging and packed full of the very latest information on the environmental and health benefits of eating bugs, as well as full instructions on breeding your own, this latest edition of The Eat-a-Bug Cookbook ($14) is the must have guide for all those interested in epicure of entomological kind. Most Americans would only eat an insect if it was a date but thanks to David George Gordon, the naturalist and esteemed bug chef, we are all discovering how bug eating is exciting, fun and damned delicious. Who knew a worm and white chocolate cookie could taste SO good?