If you're sick of all the plastic cases for your Raspberry Pi check out the uniPi Raspberry Pi Aluminum Case ($35). The case is made from an industrial grade aluminum and comes with a perforated aluminum top cover. The case is wall mountable, stackable, and comes in 3 powder coated colors; natural aluminum, white, and black. The uniPi measures 3.8 x 2.6 x 1.2 inches and weighs just 6.1 ounces.
If I was looking for a word to describe this bike it would be, 'Dangerous'. The guys over at Rough Crafts have taken a 2014-spec Dyna Street Bob, and created a masterpiece with vintage appeal. The Urban Cavalry By Rough Crafts ($TBA) features a 1689 cc motor with a S&S Super G carburetor and a brand new exhaust system from Dog House Racing. Additional features include Kawasaki sport-bike forks, blacked-out Ohlins shocks on the back, aluminum swingarm, and a BDL open belt drive. Based on the looks of the bike, it's easy to imagine this bike racing through your favorite sci-fi flick.
Eastpak and A.P.C have gotten together to create a great backpack for daily use or that weekend get away. The military inspired A.P.C. x Eastpak Camo BackPack ($305) is a functional, yet minimal bag that is made from quality materials. The bag features an all over camouflage print, leather detailing, metal hardware, and fabric blend nylon straps. This rugged piece would make a great additional to any arsenal.
Fantasy Life ($18) is now a NYT bestseller! Fantasy baseball, fantasy football, fantasy basketball, the world of fantasy sport is enormous and growing all the time; fantasy sumo wrestling anyone? It is estimated that over 35m Americans and Canadians are spending numerous hours every week with their fantasy sports teams. Matthew Barry is Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst for ESPN, putting him right on the front line on what has grown from a niche subculture into a national, nay global, pastime of epic proportions. Within the pages of Fantasy Life, Berry looks at, and celebrates, the many aspects of the world of fantasy sports. There is brilliant trash talk, the awesome trophies, insane locations for draft days, punishments that will have you shaking your head in disbelief and the ingenious attempts at cheating employed in the various sports. Plus, of course, the uplifting stories of why they are so popular.
OK, imagine never having to wear the same underwear two times for an entire year. Me Undies has made that wish come true with the Me Undies 365-Pack ($3250). The pack includes 365 pairs of underwear for every day of the year. Just call their operators and they will help you to mix and match different styles to fit your needs. So if you're a bit of a clean freak, this might be the perfect gift.