Our buying guide featuring the best men's waterproof boots offers some of the best boots for handling rainy, muddy, or just generally messing conditions.Related: The Best Men's Rain Boots Related: The Best Men's Winter BootsWhether you're looking for a good muck boot for the farm, a comfortable hiking boot to handle water crossings or just an everyday boot you can throw on to walk the dog or shovel the driveway we've got something for you. Our first boots have been around for decades and are probably the most iconic, well-made, and versatile boots ever made.
The Hillside Backpack by George Guest ($265) is unique to say the least. It features a roll top that makes it functional for everyday needs, and is equipped with side access pockets and an organizational front pocket with a sleeve for a notebook and pen to carry those items you need to retrieve quickly. The bag is constructed if 18 oz duck canvas, and has a full-grain leather base and trim. The internal pocket can carry up to a 17" laptop.
The Patrick Hartog Ceramic Cable Lights ($200) add style to any room in your house. Patrick created these cable lights as homage to the mooring bollards found on wharves. Through experimenting with ceramic slip casting he was able to create a product which has the highest quality surface, and uniformity. The light gets its unique look through the unique way the cable is tied around the light. You can also change the look by using different types and colors of cables.
Fitness trackers have just taken a huge leap. The Amiigo Fitness Bracelet ($99) tracks what exercises your doing and how your body responds to them. The Amiigo can tell whether your running or lifting weights. It can track over one hundred different activities and relate these back to information such as heart rate. If you have a new exercise that is unique you can record it and it will be recognized in future workouts. You can share your achievements with friends, track your wourkouts and earn points for exercising. You can get the bracelet now from Indiegogo. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=RJHJdonnvok width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for more information.
The Summer of Beer and Whiskey ($20) is about Chris von der Ahe who knew so little about baseball it could be written on a postage stamp, yet his risked his life savings in order to found a franchise that would grow into the St Louis Cardinals. Despite this, the German born proprietor of a beer garden became one of the funniest and most important figures in the history of the game. Von der Ahe bought the team for one reason only; in order to sell more beer. He then played a part in gathering together a bunch of ragtag professional clubs in order to create a new, maverick league to mount a challenge to the haughty National League, this reinventing big league baseball that would appeal to and attract all classes of Americans. Then he helped gather a group of ragtag professional clubs together to create a maverick new league that would fight the haughty National League, reinventing big-league baseball to attract Americans of all classes. Sneered at as "The Beer and Whiskey Circuit" because it was backed by brewers, distillers, and saloon owners, their American Association brought Americans back to enjoying baseball by offering Sunday games, beer at the ballpark, and a dirt-cheap ticket price of 25 cents.
Love this jacket. If you looking for a hard-wearing jacket with style, the look no further than the Schott Zipped Leather Jacket ($710). Schott has been making leather Jackets in the USA since the 1920s. This jacket is on par with their high standards. The garment is cut from tough, heavy leather that gradually becomes softer with use. It features a red satin lining for that extra punch of cool. Designed exclusively for MR Porter you can pick it up from their website.