The Australian footwear label FEIT have been making their already spectacular hand-moulded sandals even better. So you can ensure you look stylish and keep your feet comfortable this summer. The FEIT Hand-Molded Leather sandals ($460) have been re-cut with a more natural plush latex padding and feature a wider foot bed that’s been lined with a natural cork. This will adapt over time to perfectly match the wearer’s foot shape. They also come in three colours a white, sandy brown and a dark grey, and you can order them now from the FEIT online store.RELATED: 23 Of The Best Men's Sandals
Some times I read up on a product and know right away it's all fluff and no substance or complete hype. And then there are others that make me go hmmmmm. The Enko Running Shoes ($TBA) definitely fit into the later category. The idea behind the shoes is a shock absorber that reduces the initial impact of your stride and as you move forward uses the stored energy to assist your stride. In theory this mean a run that will be easier on your joints and less fatiguing. Starting early February Enko will kick off their crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, until then you check out their website to get additional information.
This outfit starts off with the J. Crew Bowery Slim Italian Chino, and beautifully capped off with a Todd Snyder Striped button Pocket Tee. It would be perfect for when you want to keep it casual but look sharp.1. T-Shirt: Todd Snyder Striped Button Pocket Tee In Naval Blue ($95) 2. Pants: J. Crew Bowery Slim Italian Chino - Navy ($80) 3. Shoes: Converse 70s All-Star in Mono White ($70) 4. Watch: Tsovet Svt-Cn38 Watch ($249) 5. Wallet: Miansai Modern Billfold Wallet, Cognac ($135) 6. Glasses: Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator Sunglasses
Based out of Oregon, CRKT has been in the knife making business for over twenty years. Wether you're looking for gear for tactical and survival situations or just for everyday use, you should be checking their products out first. Their latest is the CRKT Viva Pocket Multi-tool ($10). It was designed by Liong Mah and was made to hang just like a keychain via the ring with a sturdy finger retention. Made from stonewashed stainless steel and measuring just under 4 inches long it packs a ton of tools into a small package. These include a flathead screwdriver, a hex wrench with 5 different sizes, pry bar, and bottle opener.
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The Hungoevr Cookbook ($8) gives you everything you need to survive the dreaded morning after a night of excess. The book breaks the hangover into six types - The Broken Compass, The Sewing Machine, The Comet, The Atomic, The Cement Mixer, and The Gremlin Boogie. Recipes in the book are tailored to the type of hangover you have. The Hungoevr is not only useful but it's entertaining. Interspersed between recipes are mind games, witticisms, graphic jokes, insights into hangover science, and quizzes. If you're stuck in bed because of a hangover this book will make a great read.