The best tactical combat knives in the world were originally designed for military use. These knives are not only made for hand to hand close quarters combat, but many also perform secondary uses such as clearing foliage and opening ammunition crates. Popular characteristics for combat knives include a sharp point for penetrating attacks, double edges, serrations on the spine, and hollow handles to allow for storage of smaller gear.The first knife up on our list is the Ka-Bar Full Size Us Marine Corps Fighting Knife. The Ka-Bar was originally adopted by the U.S. Marine Corps in 1942 and is a true dual purpose knife that can handle both combat and act as a utility knife.
This definitely goes in the 'I want one' category. The Hammacher Schlemmer Golf Cart Hovercraft ($58,000) was first introduced earlier this year when Bubba Watson was seen using one. The first thing out of my mouth was where do you get one of those. Now it looks like you can get one. The Hovercraft can go over any part of the golf course including the rough, sand traps, and water hazards. It has a 65-hp engine, can reach speeds of up to 45 mph and holds up to four passengers. Just image the look on the beer girls face when you pull up in one of these.
The BMW Concept Path 22 ($TBA) is BMWs first scrambler and it celebrates the easy surfing and biking lifestyle. The Concept Path 22 was the result of a collaboration with the Southsiders MC, the club behind Wheels & Waves, graphic designer Ornamental Conifer, and Mason Dyer, a legendary surfboard icon from California. This beautiful bike embodies everything the festival, the people and the life style stands for.
The Best Made Co. Oceanmaster Knife ($84) is not your run of the mill blade. It's made to withstand the harsh working conditions of the high seas. The Oceanmaster features a locking marlin spike, a serrated sheepsfoot blade with a large ring pull for easy opening, a can opener and a locking slot shackle. The multi-tool is corrosion-resistant and made for easy handling when you have cold hands and can't waste time fiddling with small tools.
Welcome back Todd Selby. In Edible Selby ($24) he prolific photographer this time focuses his lens on the gardens, kitchens, restaurants and homes of over 40 of the most dynamic and creative figures from the modern culinary world. We go behind the scenes in Copenhagen with the legendary chef from Noma Ren Redzepi in Copenhagen. Then there is a trip to Tokyo to enjoy a slice with master pizza maker Susumu Kakinuma. There is even a trip up to a hilltop to dine at the inn bereft of an innkeeper in Valdobbiadene. Each profile is accompanied by stunning watercolor illustrations as well as a handwritten questionnaire, And included in this is one of the chef's signature recipe.
The Batmobile Concept ($CONCEPT) is a design by Bulgarian designer Encho Enchev. His inspiration comes from previous Batmobiles, real bats, and even Batman's suit. The first thing you notice is the futuristic almost stealth cockpit. The tires are thick and Knobby and look like that can run over any obstacle and barely notice.We all know the latest Batman v Superman movie was a bit of a dud. Ben Affleck is directing the next installment, and I seriously hope he uses this design as the model for the next Batmobile.