The Spyderco Dog Tag Folding Knife ($95) is an old-school hideout blade that can easily fit in your pocket or around your neck. Ready for use whenever you need it. The overall knife measures 3.23" when fully open and 2" when close. The handle is made from titanium and features a stealthy black titanium carbonitride coating. While the blade is made from CPM-S30V steel. This little guy would make a nice option for any everyday carry arsenal. There is also a multi-colored ($85) version available if you're looking for a little more flare.
Have you ever thought about how the cocaine market came to the United States? If you watch Blow ($5), you will know. Directed by Ted Demme and based on a book by Bruce Porter and his screenplay by David McKenna, Blow stars Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Ray Liotta, Paul Reubens and Franka Potente. It follows George Jung (Johnny Depp), who is the man responsible for establishing America’s cocaine market back in the 70s. It’s a historic and riveting movie that has elements of humor and drama.
Wheelhaus Mobile Cabins ($72,000-$280,000) can be transported and hooked-up to utilities in as little as 2-5 days. Imagine being able to take your home wherever you want to go. The idea behind Wheelhaus is to create a luxury recreational park trailer that meets the same quality and durability as log cabins while incorporating modern design and green production. They have numerous models available that range from 350-1200 square feet. So if you're looking to downsize or need a recreational home to fill an empty lot, give Wheelhaus a look.
The SOG X GUNNY Fixed Blade Knife ($750) is one of those knives you don't know whether to hang on your wall or use as your go to knife. The fixed blade Gunny was co-designed by R. Lee Ermy, aka "The Gunny". It's handle is made from Cocobolo hardwood inlaid with stingray hide. The blade is 7" and made from VG-10 stainless steel. Along with your purchase you also get a walnut display case and handmade sheath.
Do you remember the blood covered 1974 Chevy Nova from pulp fiction? How about the bullet riddled 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan? Cars are iconic parts of our favorite movies and some time, make the movie themselves. Jesus Prudencio, a graphic designer, from Seville, Spain has captured the essence of those vehicles in beautiful prints. His Cars & Films Prints ($28) are original illustrations, started in pencil and finished with a wacom tablet. They are then printed on matte coated 11.7" x 16.5" paper and signed by Jesus. If you're a gearhead or love movies these prints would make a great addition to your collection.
Our first customizer based out of South Africa, new comer on the block Wolf Moto is trying to make a statement with their new offering, the Wolf Moto - 1980 Moto Guzzi LeMans II ($TBA). This 1980 Moto Guzzi is the first one by builders Kyle Scott and Chris Clokie. Their goal was to give the forty plus year-old bike a cafe racer styling. To get there they completely stripped it, refreshed the engine, added a new coat of paint, and sandblasted and powder coated the engine. Additional upgrades include brand new Dell'Orto carbs, a custom stainless steel exhaust system, and Brembo twin pot calipers. The whole kit rides on Bridgestone Spitfire 2s and is sure to make the new owner very happy.