Have you ever wanted to open an envelope without having to tear it, get better prices on airline tickets, relieve pain from burns, or use an elevator without stopping. Well now you can, The Life Hack Poster by Alex Croft ($30) brings together 75 of the most useful tips and tricks in life to save you time and money. It also includes instruction on CPR, morse code, keyboard shortcuts, and conversion scales. Throw it up in your kitchen or the office and you'll get tons of use out of it. The Life Hack Poster by Alex Croft will be your perfect everyday companion.
Corridor is offering a beautiful print. It features an abstract wave motif and is made from 100% Japanese cotton. We've put together an outfit we think goes perfectly with it. We've paired it with our Rogue Denim 17oz jean, and J. Crews New Balance 791 Leather Sneakers in navy. Sprinkle in some great accessoreis and we've got an excellent outfit for this time of year.1. SS Shirt: Corridor NYC Indigo Waves ($125) 2. Denim: Rogue Territory Slub SK 17 OZ ($245) 3. Shoes: J. Crew New Balance For J.Crew 791 Leather Sneakers - Navy ($75) 4. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 5. Sunglasses: Westward Leaning Concord 6 ($205) 6. Wallet: Tanner Goods Utility Bifold Indigo Two Tone ($105) 7. Watch: Timex x Red Wing Heritage ($109) 8. Bracelet: Miansai New Gamle Bracelet ($55)
Gitman Brothers and The Hill-Side have collaborated to create some incredible shirts for their SS13 collection. Gitman is known for the shirt making while Hill-side is best known for their accessories. Together you get well crafted and beautifully styled garments. The Selvedge Indigo Discharge Print, Polka Dots ($220) has a tailored fit, is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton sourced from Okayama, Japan and has a Red-line selvedge on the inside of the front placket. The American Calico Floral Print in Navy ($170) also has a tailored fit, and is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton sourced from the United States. Check out Hickorees for more Gitman Vintage TH-S shirts.
From the guys who previously brought you the Fly Pry, comes The Dice Tool ($29). The Dice Tool is, "A titanium, dice shaped, multi-tool with hundreds of possible tool combinations in a size no larger than a standard casino dice." It is machined from military grade titanium and has five different sized hex wrench openings, including a hex bit holder, and a slot that can be used to create a flat head screwdriver. It also has an opening so you can easily attach it to your keychain. Perfect any everyday carry arsenal.
I would hate to get poked by this bad boy. Microtech, located in Vero Beach, Florida, has one mission, "To Make The Best Possible Knives." They built their reputation by building their products to extremely close tolerances, by using the highest grade tool steel, aircraft alloy and component pieces, and by fabricating 95% of their parts on site. That brings us to the Microtech Jagdkommando Knife ($790). This beautiful blade is a one of a kind dagger. Named after the famed Austrian Armed Special Forces group, it features a blade with three cutting edges, fuller grooves, and drilled holes. Made from 440-A/6AL-V4 Titanium, it has an over length of 12.8", with a 7.42" blade and a total weight of 24oz. You also get an aluminum sheath with your purchase.
The brand new 2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 ($20K) isn't for everyone, but the new model is a stunner, with a more aggressive look, and two cool trim levels. It features the Rotax 1330 ACE engine, which has an in-line triple cylinder configuration that provides flat lined low end torque throughout every gear. And because of its efficiency you can ride up to 252 miles on a single fill up. For a little more you can get the 'S' trim level which includes deep black gloss front wheels, red accents, cruise control, black suede seats with red stitching, and added fender lighting.