Restoration Hardware is now offering a Tournament Dartboard Set ($279) that will kick up the decor of any rec room. The board features a self-healing sisal fiberboard, six steel-tipped vintage feather-fletched darts, an iron-latched oak cabinet, and of course a chalkboard for keeping score. They also throw in chalk and an eraser to help with scoring.
The Zubin Axe Multi-Tool Walking Stick ($CALL) may be the most important multi-tool you take with you on your next outing. The staff itself is made from rugged natural hickory wood with an ergonomic rubber grip. There are five optional tools available including an axe head, saw, spear, fishing spear, and a sling-shot. Each of the interchangeable tools are made from the highest quality 440c stainless steel to make sure they work when you need them.
If you're looking for a full-sized everyday watch then you have to take a look at The Runwell Sport 48mm Watch ($675) by Shinola. If you don't know, Shinola is based near my old stopping grounds in Detroit and they rage against the notion that manufacturing is dead in the U.S.The Runwell Sport 48mm is hand assembled in Detroit and features a double curve sapphire crystal, Super-LumiNova hands, numbers, and hour markers, a Detroit-built Argonite 715 high-accuracy quartz movement made from 43 Swiss-made components, a stainless steel case with screw down crown, and a day indicator. The Sport comes with a rubber strap made by Stern Manufacturing out of Staples, MN.Buying Shinola is always a great way to support manufacturing in the U.S.
Just like butter. The Buttero Tanino Low Sneaker ($269) is a smooth minimalist sneaker built to exacting standards. If you're looking to add a little depth to your all white sneaker collection the Buttero Tanino is a perfect addition. The crisp white upper finds its heritage in the best traditions of Italian shoemaking. They are tied off with leather laces and lined with additional leather to further mark their quality. The whole kit sites on tonal outsoles. This shoe is perfect for those looking to add a little luxury to their sneaker game.
Analog Motorcycles is just five years old, but they're already making a name for themselves in the bike customization arena. Started by Tony Prust out of Gurnee, IL, they've created some iconic bikes like our previous reviewed 1973 Yamaha RD350 S2RD. They've now released the beautifully streamlined Blue Baron By Analog Motorcycles ($TBA). The bike started its life as a 1958 BMW R50. The frame was completely de-tabbed and features custom made items like top triple, headlight ears, rear taillight, fender struts, tank emblems, battery tray and cover, and the entire seat bracket assembly. The engine was completely rebuilt and all electrical wiring and lighting are new. Every detail on the bike is perfect.
Jonathan Miles from Field & Stream magazine brings us from the field to the table with The Wild Chef ($23), a volume of his best techniques, recipes and tools from his massively popular column. There is also new content for game fans and those budding hunter/chefs. Here how you can learn to butcher, braise, forage, flavor and cook some of the tastiest food that will ever come out of your kitchen or campsite. This is the ultimate wild game cookbook for all hunters; be you an aspiring chef or a seasoned hotshot who does his own butchering. Just opening the front cover and reading the list of recipes for every season had our taste buds tingling.