I'm really surprised at the price of this backpack. I thought it would be a lot more expensive. The Nixon Landlock Backpack II - Khaki & Surplus Camo ($65) has all the essentials you would see in backpacks costing much more. It features a poly exterior with nylon lining, drawstring top with flap over push lock closure, adjustable shoulder straps, side mesh zip pockets, and an interior laptop compartment. Measuring 15x23x7 inches it's a perfect addition to your everyday carry arsenal.
This is a great fall outfit for those casual weekends. The core items come from Todd Snyder which include the brands cotton button-down collar shirt in light blue, a popover sweatshirt in black mix, and their classic charcoal-mix terry cotton gym short. The New Balance Explore by Sea sneakers paired with this outfit are a perfect shade of blue that go nicely with Todd Snyder button down.1. Shirts: Todd Snyder Cotton Button-Down Collar Shirt In Light Blue ($158) 2. Sweatshirt: Todd Snyder Double Layer Popover Sweatshirt In Black Mix ($138) 3. Shorts: Todd Snyder Thorpe Gym Short In Dark Charcoal ($125) 4. Shoes: New Balance Made in USA Explore by Sea ($180) 5. Bracelet: Caputo & Co. Hand-knotted Chevron Bracelet ($70) 6. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215) 7. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 8. Hat: Ebbets Field Flannels For J.Crew Brooklyn Eagles Ball Cap ($50) 9. Wallet: Tanner Goods Utility Bifold Indigo Two Tone ($105)
Zackees LED Turn Signal Gloves ($95) are a must have for cyclists. Their crowdfunding was a hug success and they've brought their product to retail. The gloves feature a 54 Lumen LED panel that is activate by pressing the contact rivets between your index finger and thumb. They have an ambient light detector that will increase brightness 4x during low light conditions. The gloves are made from 80% spandex, and 20% leather. They are machine washable, without having to take out the electronics.
If you love a good microbrewery ale, then you're going to die for the Nike SB Dunk High Premium "Brown Ale & Tour Yellow" ($110). These sneakers feature a mostly woven textile upper, capping with matching sue paneling and logo. The upper is finished off with matching laces and a Nike logo on the tongue with Tour Yellow lettering. The whole kit sits on a matching Ale Brown midsole. They're available now from Premier.
While enjoying a brief stint as a receptionist for the magazine Town and Country in 1966, Linda McCartney managed to bag herself a press pass for an uber exclusive promotional event with the Rolling Stones on a yacht on the Hudson River. Her candid, fresh shots of the band were found to be way superior to those taken by the Stones' official photographer, and Linda was on her way to becoming one of top rock n' roll photographers in the world. She entered the record books in 1968 by becoming the first female photographer to have an image on the cover of Rolling Stone with her now iconic image of Eric Clapton. Linda Mccartney: Life In Photographs ($35) encapsulates the spirit of the real Linda and shows younger generations how she was way more than just the wife of a Beatle.
The Roadie Automatic Guitar Tuner ($80) works with a smartphone to automatically tune your guitar, quickly and accurately. The Roadie takes the worry out of tuning and allows artists to spend their time learning and enjoying their instruments. The Roadie works by pairing with a free app that you load into your iOS or Android device. Just turn on the mobile app and place your smartphone near the guitar. Place Roadie onto your guitar peg, strum the string and let Roadie do the rest. Roadie works with electric guitars and offers many more features.