Sherp is a russian company established in 2012. Their goal was to build the biggest baddest ATV with the best passing ability in the industry. Just three years after completing the concept, they are ready to bring the Sherp ATV ($47K) into production.The Sherp ATV is touted as able to take on any water hazard, handle any ice like a champ, and get over obstacles up to 70 cm (27.5 inches) high. Whether you're talking about a fallen tree or a boulder, it can climb it. The Sherp has been tested in places like the Tundra, Siberian Taiga, Mountain of Kola Peninsula, and the swamps of the Yugra.The Sherp features a special gasoline system that allows you to climb steep grades without having to worry about the engine running out of fuel. Additional perks include a soft top tent, automatic heating system, halogen headlights, 58 liter fuel tank, Kingston valves to drain water from the body, two batteries, and enough space to sleep four.The next time our friends and families get together for a camping trip, I'd love to show up in one of these things.
The worst is running out of juice and not being able to find your power cord. Worse than that is blaming someone else and then realizing you're the one who misplaced it. Stop all the drama with the new Griffin Powerdock 5 ($99). Specifically designed to support IOS devices with its 2.1 amp charging circuitry, the Powerdock 5 charges up to 5 devices at the same time in an elegant solution. It will also support most Kindle and Android devices, though you may experience extended charging times.
If you're looking for the best penlight available, then you understand the importance of not only have an emergency light source in your home, but something within reach for your everyday carry arsenal, or for the glovebox of your car. Not all penlights are the same, our buying guide will show all types of lights, including led penlight flashlights, tactical penlights, and multi-mode penlights. Whatever your needs we have something to meet your needs. First up is the Brite Strike EPLI Pen Light that puts out a whopping 340 lumens.
If I was looking for a word to describe this bike it would be, 'Dangerous'. The guys over at Rough Crafts have taken a 2014-spec Dyna Street Bob, and created a masterpiece with vintage appeal. The Urban Cavalry By Rough Crafts ($TBA) features a 1689 cc motor with a S&S Super G carburetor and a brand new exhaust system from Dog House Racing. Additional features include Kawasaki sport-bike forks, blacked-out Ohlins shocks on the back, aluminum swingarm, and a BDL open belt drive. Based on the looks of the bike, it's easy to imagine this bike racing through your favorite sci-fi flick.
If your looking for an everyday carry work horse check out the Gerber E.A.B Pocket Knife ($14). This knife is made from stainless steel and will stand up nicely to daily use. Because it uses a replaceable blade it will always be sharp. If the blade ever gets dull just flip it over and you immediately have a fresh edge. The knife also comes with a convenient pocket clip that can double as a money clip.
The Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen SS14 Lookbook ($TBA) is out and the pieces are made up of prints, patterns, and materials that capture the best of California sports and loungewear. The shoot actually takes place on the coast of Southern California and is photographed by Mike Carreiro.
The collection features bomber jacket, blazers, pants, baseball tees, and much more. I wouldn't put this collection into the street wear genre. It's more modern with hints of street influence. The collection is available today from Shades of Grey online shop.
(photo credit - Shades of Grey)