What is great about this book is that from the outset is shuts the obscure, the limited and the ridiculously expensive. 101 Whiskies To Try Before You Die ($15) is a book pulled together by the whiskey expert Ian Buxton that is totally achievable, which is probably a first amongst this kind of book. He has scoured the whiskey warehouses of the world to come up with a eclectic mix of old faves, promising newcomers and those that are readily available but still hold a sense of mystery. A great book for anyone fond of a dram or two as we go on a virtual world tour of whisky; Sláinte!
Grovemade is usual known for their smartphone accessories, but it looks like they've started branching out into the everyday carry arena. One of their first offerings is the Grovemade Brass Key Ring ($59). Grovemade made the Key Ring from a solid block of brass, making it nearly indestructible. They designed it to hook quickly onto your belt loop but made it small enough to fit easily in your pocket. It also comes with a built-in bottle opener for opening your favorite beer or soda. The ring is also available in stainless steel ($39) and black oxide ($39).
The adidas Ultra Boost M ($175) is one of the best running shoes you can buy. They get their name from an incredible high rate of energy return provided by there Boost Technology foam midsole. The aforementioned midsole also gives you a grounded feel no matter the conditions. The shoe features a Primeknit upper with an external heel counter that flexes with every movement while locking you into the shoe for the snug sock-like feel. You also get a beautifully styled shoe that will go nicely with your favorite pair of joggers.
The Can-Am Outlander 6x6 ATV ($14,000+) was made for those heavy duty tasks. Its Rotax V-Twin 1000 engine delivers true on demand six wheel drive. Additional features include 1653 pounds of towing, a cargo capacity of 800 pounds, a CVT transmission with an extra low gear, an SST G2 frame, an anti-theft system, and pre wiring for a rear winch.
If you're a city commuter, student or business man finding the best everyday carry backpack is essential. The best backpacks come from top backpack brands. Some of these popular backpack brands include companies like Jansport, Carhartt, and The North Face and even some less known brands like Aer.So you might be asking what is the best backpack? Well, that obviously depends on your own personal needs. But when looking for a great (everyday carry) EDC backpack there are three things you need to keep in mind.You need to make sure it's large enough to handle all of your gear. The best backpacks have padded slots for electronics, and enough pockets to easily access your smaller electronic and analog gear. You should also make sure it's made from water resistant material like waxed canvas or treated nylon. Even a little bit of moisture can render expensive electronics useless. And lastly, you want to make sure your backpack is going to be comfortable enough to haul around all day. This includes paying close attention to its weight and making sure that it has features like ventilation and padded shoulder straps.The first backpack on our list is from one of the best backpack companies around, Jansport.
Lego's Architect Series version of the Sydney Opera House is a great little product. But the Creator Series version of the Lego Sydney Opera House ($320) is for the big boys. This building is the most iconic building in Australia. It was built from advanced building technics which included complex forms and angled walls. The Lego set recreates these details perfectly with the unmistakable shell roofline and the waterfront forecourt. Made from almost 3,000 pieces, it measures over 11" high, 25" wide and 15" deep when complete. The Lego Sydney Opera House will be available from Lego's website the beginning of September. Until this check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=30qZPIXEEHo#! width=640 height=480 anchor=video] review.