The ClamCase Pro iPad Keyboard ($170) for the iPad is the keyboard you've been waiting for. Mimicking the iMac Pro, the ClamCase Pro provides an aluminum enclosure and polycarbonate shell for top of line durability. The case has a 360 degree hinge, so it can be used as a laptop or folded back to be used as a tablet. You also get a lithium-ion battery that allows for months on a single charge. Check out the [video_lightbox_vimeo5 video_id=56673198 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for the ClamCase Pro.
The feature of this outfit is the J. Crew Secret Wash Shirt In Faded Gingham. Because we're trying to get as much milege as possible from our white jeans, we've brought them into the mix along with our khaki canvas vans and a batch of accessories.1. Shirt: J. Crew Secret Wash Shirt In Faded Gingham ($60) 2. Denim: J. Crew 770 Japanese Selvedge Jean In White ($193) 3. Shoes: Vans For J. Crew Canvas Authentic Sneakers ($60) 4. Sunglasses: Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator Sunglasses ($165) 5. Wallet: Hardgraft Bi-fold Wallet Natural ($115) 6. Watch: Uniformwares C40 Watch ($800) 7. Belt: J. Crew Braided Leather Belt ($55) 8. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215)
Skulls ($22) is a spellbinding and surprisingly beautiful exploration of over 300 different kinds of animal skulls ranging from amphibians and birds through fish to reptiles and mammals. Skulls was written by Simon Winchester, the New York Times bestselling author and was produced in collaboration with Touch Press and Theodore Gray, the two genius' behind Solar System and The Elements. The story of skulls, as told by Winchester, is both rich and fascinating. We look at both animal and human skulls from every possible perspective; biological, historical, iconographic and historical. We have found this book to be both enlightening and riveting, and is one of those where you keep opening it, finding something different and wanting to share it.
Keeping your mountain bike on track usually meant having to carry a multitude of different tools, increasing the chance of losing one or leaving one behind. Now we have the Bombtrack Multix Tool for Bikes ($26) that acts as an all-in-one tool. Crafted in 45C steel the Multix comes with a host of fittings allowing you to get back on the trail as quickly as possible. All parts come in a tidy pouch that can be squeezed under your seat, out of the way. Ditch the tool bag and pick up this neat little tool kit instead.
Whether you’re venturing out for a hike, dashing between shops, climbing or fishing, getting wet in the rain is not much fun.A good rain jacket will keep you dry and protected while also being breathable and versatile too.Here’s a list of 10 of the Best Men's Rain Jackets ($75-$579), suitable for a range of different activities.
If you know anything about the Netherlands, you know its people love their bikes. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't ride one on a daily basis. Which is why it's so odd there isn't an 100% Dutch-made bike. Epo is looking to change that with their Dutch-Made Epo Bicycle Concept ($TBA).The issue the Dutch are experiencing are much the same everywhere else, it's just cheaper to have the frames manufactured in other countries and import them. Bob Schiller for Epo believes that if you use different manufacturing techniques, you can lower the price point enough to make in-country manufacturing viable.By using inspiration from the automotive industry, they are using mold pressed metal/aluminum plates for the frames. These type of frames are light, structurally rigid, and can be massed produced in an automated process, reducing much of the cost.If Epo receives enough backing they'll start testing the frame for strength, stiffness and durability, and once ready start production in a few years' time.