The Porsche Book ($85) is a turbocharged book that takes lovers of the unique Porsche experience on the ride of their lives. Browsing through this book your journey becomes both image packed and nostalgic as we travel through the annals of the highest performances of both design and motoring engineering. The dynamic design and layout of this ultimate Porsche companion captures ever single element that makes Porsche the ultimate ride: freedom, speed, and power. If you ever wanted your very own road movie that you could pick up and put down at will, then The Porsche Book is the one for you.
This outfit is perfect for a quick trip in to town. If features the lightweight J. Crew Japanese Chambray Shirt, paired with the brands standard 7" Stanton short in khaki. Of course you'll need the perfect bag to carry your purchases. That's where the Filson Zip Tote comes in.1. Shirt: J. Crew Japanese Chambray Shirt ($88) 2. Shorts: J. Crew 7" Stanton Short In Garment-Dyed Cotton - Khaki ($65) 3. Shoes: Vans For J. Crew Canvas Authentic Sneakers ($60) 4. Belt: J. Crew Braided Leather Belt ($55) 5. Watch: Brathwait The Classic Slim Wrist Watch ($185) 6. Tote: Filson Zip Tote Bag ($189)
On your next camping trip or backyard cookout, make sure you do it in style with the EcoZoom Versa Rocket Stove ($129). The Versa allows you to cook with your choice of fuel, including wood, charcoal, or solid biomass fuel. It features a fully insulated vertical combustion chamber, a combustion chamber and top door lined with refractory metal, a reinforced metal frame, a three-prong stove top and stainless steel handles covered with silicone grips to make sure they stay cool to the touch.
There is nothing better than going down to the local pub, grabbing a pint and some great food. In his book, The American Craft Beer Cookbook ($13), John Holl has collected 155 recipes that were specifically chosen because they taste great with a brew. The recipes include everything from BBQ and pub standards, to breakfast fare and desserts. Yes desserts, such as the Beer Ice Cream Float or Chocolate Jefferson Stout Cupcakes.
The SOG Snarl Knife ($31) is a great little blade. It was designed in conjunction with Jason Brous, a custom knife maker and machinist. The Snarl has a sheepsfoot shape, is 4.3" long, uses a 2.3" 9CR18M0V stainless steel blade and includes a molded nylon sheath which allows you to carry it on your belt. This little guy is perfect as an everyday carry knife.
"Chambong Industries is a new Seattle, Washington-based start-up, leading the way in new sparkling wine consumption innovations." Their mission statement means they've created the perfect bong made specifically for champagne. They sent me a product sample and to be honest, I don't drink champagne, but I do have plenty of beer on hand. Close enough right. On their website they say the Chambong ($25) holds about 4 ounces of liquid. I was able to get a full can of beer down in two shots. So how does it feel you ask. My frame of reference comes from doing beer bongs out of a funnel with a 6-foot tube in college. I was the knucklehead with beer spraying out fo the side of his mouth. The Chambong is much more refined. Once you pour your beer in and put it in your mouth, you notice slight pressure, but enough to get your pour down in one fell swoop. It was an incredibly enjoyable experience. I could see the Chambong creating a fun party experience. Next time I have guests over, everyone is doing a Chambong. I might even buy some champagne.