Leatherman has gotten together with Signal Snowboards to create the ultimate snowboard tool. The Leatherman Hail + Style PS Snowboard Tool ($45) wants to make your time out on the mountain as easy as possible. You can fix a binding, open a beer, or tune your board from one tool. The Hail + Style PS features 15 tools which include a carabiner, a wax scraping edge, #3 flat/philips screwdriver, lace assist, 10 mm wrench, needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, bottle opener, scissors, nail file, tweezers, nylon handle scale, and storage for your headphones.
So you're looking to buy a new tent, but you're not sure which tent to pick? Well, have no fear. Our goal is to bring you the best of the best. We've sorted through several of the top rated tents, both new and old, to bring you The Best Camping Tents ($67-$580) that we've deemed the best overall. That includes price-wise, feature-wise, and, of course, durability-wise.Whether you're looking for a family tent for a weekend getaway. A mountaineering tent to go hiking and backpacking. A festival tent to chill in after that crazy night out or even just a simple pop-up tent for sporadic usage - we're certain we've got something for you in this article. We've created this article with all these kinds of situations in mind!If you're reading this, you probably have a general understanding of tents at the very least. However, if you don't, don't stress it. In the description of each tent, we'll be sure to make it very clear what the tent can be used for and its benefits. This information will ensure you get the very best of what it is you need.Just to clarify, these tents are not listed by best to worst. All of these tents serve different purposes, and we believe them to be the best for that purpose. So enough of telling you what it is we have to offer here, lets get to it.
Stop the madness! There is no longer any reason to guess the temperature of your steaks. You know this summer at some point you'll have a group of guys over, and orders will come in for medium, rare, medium well, and well and whether you get them right or not will be a shot in the dark. The SteakChamp Thermometer ($50) is looking to wipe out this uncertainty. Just place it in the included cradle to activate, insert sideways into your steak, and cook like normal. A slow flash tells you you're close to being done, a fast double flash tells you to remove the steak and the flashing stops all together when the stea has rested enough. SteakChamps are available in rare, medium rare, medium, and medium well temperatures.
If you're looking for the best Commuter Backpacks for Cyclists, then you're probably looking for a backpack with some very specific features. The commuter backpacks on our list will have these features in common.First off they're going to be weather and water resistant. The outer shell will be made from treated nylon, and the top flaps will be engineered to keep moisture from downpours away from your gear.They will be light. The less weight you start off with, the more gear you'll be able to carry. And finally to carry all of your gear, they'll need to be of a decent size. They must have the ability to carry laptops and electronics as well as clothing for an overnight stay.Our first commuter backpack on our list is the MiiR 25 L Commuter Backpack which doesn't a great job checking off all these requirements.
The Kaufmann Mercantile EDC Kit 2 ($219) has all the tools you need for your everyday carry essentials. The kit includes the following:1. Quick release brass king ring that allows for easy access to your keys and tools. 2. Stainless steel perforated folding knife with a clip-point blade. 3. Water and shock resistant glow-in-the-dark brass compass so you always know what direction you're headed in. 4. Pressurized stainless steel pen so you can write at upside down at 35,000 feet if need. 5. 253 lumen brass key chain flashlight. 6. Magnesium fire starter that features a high-carbon steel blade.All of these tools can be purchased individually if you want to build your own kit.
If you're looking for a pair of very cool sandals, check out the Norse Projects X Suicoke Men's Summer Sandals ($133). These men's summer sandals are the result of a collaboration between the Japanese apparel brand SUICOKE and Norse Projects. This release is a limited edition. The sandals come in two cool colorways and feature a contoured Vibram top sole and outsole. The nylon webbing is backed up with neoprene foam for added comfort. Grab yours today before they run out.Related: 23 Of The Best Men's Sandals