OK guys, it's time to get ready for all those camping trips or other outdoor excursions you'll be taking this summer. And one piece of equipment that would come in real handy, is the Dinky Dub Camper ($8,000+). The Dinky dub is about 25% smallerthan they original Dub-Box, but has all the same goodness as the original. The smaller version features a 100% fiberglass shell, and is perfect for carrying all your gear and camping essentials. Dub-box is offering for models which include a Fun Hauler for the sports enthusiast, a camper, a Half Pint Kegerator, which is fully refrigerated and can have up to 6 beverage taps, and an Event Trailer. So whatever the occasion there's a Dinky Dub for you.
The Lansky Tactical Apocalypse Survival Kit ($200), T.A.S.K. for short, has everything you need in case of an emergency. Everyone should have an emergency bag, whether you live in an area with hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, or you're preparing for a zombie apocalypse you must be prepared for the unforeseen. Everything in the kit is packed into a 20L backpack. The kit includes a multi use battle axe, 20 function multi-tool, easy-grip knife, knife sharpeners, tactical flashlight, firesteel, compass, and a paracord bracelet with 8' of 550 paracord. You also get a LifeStraw water purifier, which filters up to 264 gallons of water, removing protozoa and dangerous bacteria.
Whether in your home garage, in the glovebox of your car, or on your camping trip, The Lil Trucker Multi-Tool ($75) is the only multi-tool you'll need to get the job done. Designed by Innovation Factory, a tool design company based out of Philadelphia, Lil Trucker was originally created by firefighters and made for rescue workers. In its little package it features 14 tools including; strap cutter, spanner, gas valve wrench, nail puller, hammer, wire twist, hook, wedge, pry, hex wrench, hatchet blade, can opener, folding saw, and a glass breaker. But that's not all, you can also get the survival companion, which includes six additional tools; a blade sharpener, whistle, ferrocerium flint, replacement notch, and lanyard hole. The Lil Trucker is currently being offered through a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign so be sure to check it out before it's too late.
Time to preorder your Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus ($199-$499). Now that the Apple store is back up you can pick up both models for delivery after the September 19th drop date. Each are available in either silver, gold, or space gray. They include the updated 64-bit A8 processor with M8 motion coprocessor, Touch ID , faster LTE wireless, a new 8MP iSight camera, and iOS 8. The 6 plus has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels on a 5.5 inch screen with image stabilization to fight blurry photos. While the 6 has a 4.7 inch screen and a 1334 x 750 resolution and no image stabilization. And don't forget Apple Pay which allows you to pay for items with a swipe of your phone.
One of the most versatile essentials you can add to your wardrobe is the Navy Blazer. J. Crew's Ludlow Legacy Blazer is a classic with a perfect cut. You can pair this blazer with almost anything. Just make sure you get the right fit. The bottom hem of the blazer must fall somewhere in between your two thumb knuckles. Do this and you'll look sharp no matter what you add to the ensemble.1. Blazer: J. Crew Ludlow Legacy Blazer In American Wool ($350) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Japanese Chambray Shirt ($88) 3. Denim: Baldwin The Henley In Neil - Med ($315) 4. Shoes: Rancourt Co. Court Classic Low ($260) 5. Sunglasses: Warby Parker Jennings Sunglasses ($95) 6. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 7. Watch: Daniel Wellington Watch ($229)
Looking for some skate decks that make a statement, then take a look at the art project called the Study of Perspective - The White House 2017 Skate Decks ($666) by artist Ai Weiwei. The White House skate decks are part of a larger body of work by Ai Weiwei that seeks to combine activism and art as an overt critical response to the current political climate in the United States.The complete project is a series of images shot between 1995 and 2003 which shows Ai flipping the middle finger to buildings across the globe. These buildings are either landmarks or symbols of authority.Ai will be using the monies from the project to support a number of NGO's. These include the B'Tselem organization which promotes human rights in Israel and Occupied Territories as well as Halklarin koprusu a non-profit charity based in Turkey.