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.
http://youtu.be/khOaAHK7efc If you missed our first video post from the late philosopher Alan Watts featuring his Dream of Life speech, then you definitely want to check out What If Money Was No Object? It takes a look at our reasons for doing the things we do and why we don't do the things that that truly fulfill our lives. So think for a second, if money was no object, are you doing the things that make you happiest.
The navy knit shawl by Todd Snyder will be in heavy rotation for the coming seasons. In this outfit, we've paired it with navy chinos and a crisp white oxford from J. Crew. Of course nothing says class like a pair of white Common Projects and a shuttle tote from Mismo.1. Chinos: J. Crew Stretch Chino In 484 Fit - Navy ($75) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Lightweight Oxford Shirt - White ($70) 3. Cardigan: Todd Snyder Knit Shawl Cardigan In Navy ($225) 4. Shoes: Common Projects Achilles Retro Low ($359) 5. Sunglasses: Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator Sunglasses ($165) 6. Watch: Uniformwares C40 Watch ($800) 7. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215)
Tonke Campers ($80,000+) are beautifully crafted mobile homes that would make any outdoor experience a pleasure. The camper features a wooden home atop a Mercedes Sprinter platform. The wooden exterior gives the camper an old school feel more like a beautifully crafted boat than a camper. In the Fieldsleeper 1 (pictured) there's enough storage for three bikes and it can sleep up to three. It includes a kitchen, a stove with two burners, sink, refrigerator and of course a bathroom with a toilet and shower. Tonke offers several models and the prices range from $80,000 for just a camper to $137,000 for their top model with Mercedes Sprinter.
Soularc has a simple philosophy, to create a skateboard that is able to mimic the movements of surfing. The Soularc Performance Series Board ($270) is the result of that ethos. The deck looks pretty standard, but it sits on a spring that provides the fluid feel that makes carving downhills all the more memorable. The board features a maple deck with grip, a composite spring, Randal 180 trucks, neoprene bumbers, and 64 mm wheels.
Every so often we scour the web and provide you with links to all the cool things we found. And as always, we give you a little something extra to get you through to Monday.
1. Mayweather VS Canelo - Showtime
2. The 25 Best Jukes in College Football History, in GIFs - Complex
3. 8 pumpkin beers you should drink this year - Cool Material
4. 7 Kinky Things She Loves But Won't Tell You - Ask Men
5. 10 Beers We're Cracking For NFL Opening Weekend - Food Republic
6. 7 Design Ideas for an Inspiring Home Office - My Life Scoop
7. Drink & Dish: Game Day Beer Punch - Foodie Misadventures
8. It's Almost Time To Throw Out Your Books - Tech Crunch
9. These Gaps Aren't Going To Mind Themselves - The Chive
10. Drone's Eye View Of Burning Man - Huffington Post
11. Moving time-lapse vid of One World Trade Center construction - CNET
12. Sort Your To-Do List By Emotion or Reward to Give Yourself Motivation - Life Hacker