The (multee)project "Wabi-sabi" Concrete Coaster Set ($48) will take the decor of any room and kick it up a notch. The coasters are handmade in Massachusetts and are composed of recylced granite and marble. Every coaster is unique, marked with the (multee)project (x) icon and backed with a cork bottom. Each coaster measures 4" and come in a set of four.
The Leatherman MUT Multi-Tool ($121) may have military shooters in mind, but it is a great all around tool for anyone. The Leatherman MUT features tools for cleaning rods and brushes and screwdriver bits sized for site adjustments. It also includes a scope adjustment wrench. Now for the regular guy it also has a blade, saw, needle nose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, crimpers, a saw, hammer, and much more. Overall a great EDC multi-tool for your pack.
For many, the line between Sylvester Stallone and his iconic creation Rocky Balboa is distinctly blurred. This is the original movie that Stallone tried to make for years and it only hit the screen in 1976 when he finally persuaded a studio to allow him to play the role himself. Rocky ($11) is the story of a Philadelphia boxer who gets a shot at the world heavyweight title is one that is now etched in movie folklore. With one of the most memorable soundtracks ever and an amazing cast including Talia Shire, Bert Young and Carl Weathers, many of us rate Rocky as one our favorite movies of all time.
Bob Costas wrote that if you are sports fan then you are an admirer of Neil Leifer. The reason for this being that for over 5 decades we have been seeing the pictures taken by Leifer and had our impressions, and our memories, shaped by them. It was way back in 1958 that journalist Leifer captured the moment that is still his most famous picture to day. Alan Ameche got the sudden death touchdown to win the championship game against the NY Giants. It was also Leifer's 16th birthday. This game, hailed as the greatest ever, is hailed as the one that brought football to prominence and changed it from one with half empty stadiums to sell outs. Guts And Glory ($33) is a wonderful tribute to this beautiful game by the best man for the job.
Organising your outfits has never been easier, with the MODO Wall Mounted Valet ($282). It helps you easily and safely hang your outfits for the coming days without issue. There will be no more loose shirts on your bedroom floor with this handy device. It’s small enough to hang in your closet but don’t let the small size fool you, it can hold a wealth of garments. Jeans, pants, dresses, shirts and accessories of any kind can all be held safely and securely on this innovative and stylish device.
Vic Elford is a racing legend who won numerous races with Porsche in the 60's. He's gotten together with Autodromo to create The Prototipo Chronograph - Vic Elford Limited Edition ($775). The dial of the watch is inspired by the paint on Elford's Porsche 907 he drove in his victory at the 1968 Targa Florio race in Sicily. Representing Elford's race number only 224 numbered pieces will be made. The case features the race course and Elford's practice lap record. You also get a 44-page booklet hand-signed by Elford with your purchase. The Prototipo uses a Japanese made Seiko VK63 Chronograph movement, has a stainless steel case (48mm x 42mm), a sapphire crystal, and is water resistant to 50 meters.