If you're looking for the best flip pocket knives, then you're looking for a knife that will handle your most common daily tasks and hold up under those conditions.The pocket knives on our list are from some of the top knife makers, like Opinel, Benchmade, and SOG. So they are sure to hold up under daily use, and will be backed by great warranties.The first knife up is a beautifully crafted daily blade by Opinel.
The Pearce Knives Remnant Collection ($35+) features incredibly affordable knives made from items you wouldn't expect. There are knives made from railroad spikes, rasps, horseshoes, wrenches, rebar, and even tire irons. The original items are hammered, bent and forged into beautifully interesting knives by the hands of Logan Pearce. The blades are then hand buffed to a shiny mirror finish. Each of the blades is handmade in the good ole US of A, and no two are exactly alike.[gallery type="rectangular" ids="22484,22483,22482,22481,22480"]
If you're looking for a fast shooting professional grade compact camera, then the Samsung NX1 Camera ($1500) might be just what the doctor ordered. The camera features a new 28 megapixel BSI sensor and the ability to shoot 4k video. The really cool thing is the new DRIMe V image processor which is 2.8 times faster than its predecessor. It can shoot a whopping 15 frames per second in continuous mode. While the Auto Focus System features 205 detection points. This gives you superior tracking and an autofocus speed of .055 sec. And what about low light shooting. Well they have you covered here as well. The APS-C BSI Sensor has a sensitivity range between 100 and 25600. This can even be extended to 51200. Now if they offered this bad boy with a full-frame sensor this might be the perfect MILC.
Mark Zuckerberg once said that he always wears the same outfit because, "I really want to clear my life to make it so that I have to make as few decisions as possible about anything except how to best serve the community." A lot of great thinkers follow the same philosophy. From Steve Jobs, to Barack Obama, they believe that limiting your wardrobe choices significantly reduces the amount of time you spend on frivolous distractions.So if limiting my wardrobe is going to make me a better thinker, I choose the Wings + Horns X New Balance 10th Anniversary Pack ($145) as my uniform of choice.The Anniversary pack features items made from a combination of weather-ready materials to make sure you're ready for all conditions.The pack includes an almost triple black pair of Wings + Horns X New Balance MT580 ($180), that feature uppers made from premium leather and suede, a hooded Sweatshirt ($175) and sweatpants ($145) made from a hybrid of double-brushed fleece and Japanese urethane-coated terry, and a 3-layer bonded jersey Fishtail Parka ($560), inspired by the Canadian winter.Set your calendar because all of the items will be available at their store location (133 West 5th Avenue, Vancouver BC) and online starting December 13th at 11am PST.
Nonnative's "Subcity Deweller" SS14 ($MULTI) collection has just hit stores and it continues on last season's inspiration from Europe. It has some nice pieces including the Rider Blouson - Cotton Army Cloth with Windstopper. The jacket features a vintage washed cotton army cloth, with Windstopper construction that provides protection from the elements. The color palettes are toned down with the remaining pieces like the Dweller Easy Rib pant, Rancher shirts, and cable knit Sailor sweaters. The complete collection is on sale now at Haven.
Beer has been a favorite drink across the globe for centuries, and is third only behind water and tea in the worldwide popularity stakes. It is also the central figure in an industry worth $450bn.This is the first major reference book of its kind that investigates both the history and the vast appeal of beer. There are over 1,100 entries in The Oxford Companion To Beer ($32) written by no less than 166 of the most prominent beer experts in the globe and a must have for anyone who like to indulge in one or two.