Neck Knife by Stone River Gear

Neck Knife

The neck knife is usually defined as being a small (under 4″ blade) that can be suspended around the neck with the tip of the blade pointing upwards. In order to make this safe the sheath is made from a blade-resistant material like polycarbonate, steel or (in this case) Kydex – so that if you…

Read More

Enamel Mug by Overland Empire

Enamel Mugs

The unassuming enamel mug is something many of us grew up with on camping and caravanning trips, the cups were first developed for military use and so as you may expect, they’re exceedingly hard to break. Each of these enamel mugs from Overland Empire are made from steel and have an enamel coating baked on…

Read More

Porsche 911 RSR Tee by Cars for a Cure

Porsche 911 RSR Tee

The Porsche 911 Carrera RSR is considered by many (including me) to be the most beautiful 911 ever produced, the model was introduced in 1973 and was built in very limited numbers. The successes enjoyed by the RSR on the race tracks of Europe and North America are now legendary, with perhaps the most famous…

Read More

Piazza 2 Jacket by REV’IT!

Piazza 2 Jacket by REV'IT!

The new Piazza 2 Jacket by REV’IT! is an excellent option for those of us who live in a climate where it gets cold in winter – but not cold enough to make riding impossible. The jacket has the added benefit of looking like well tailored regular-person clothes, as opposed to the low budget 80’s…

Read More

Sawtooth Rod by The Tenkara Rod Co.

Tenkara Fly Fishing Rod

Tenkara is the minimalist Japanese version of fly fishing, it simplifies the art quite significantly by doing away with the reel altogether and relying instead on just the rod, line and fly. This makes it perfect for mountain streams where a long rod and lightweight line provide exceptional accuracy in dropping flies into the right…

Read More

The Wet Shave Club Box

Wet Shave Club Box

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t pull out the wet shave gear unless there’s a wedding, christening or funeral in my near future – though hopefully not mine on all counts. That said, the art of the wet shave is something all men should familiar with and many men need to wet…

Read More

Handmade Copper Flask

copper-flask-3

This handmade copper flask is made in the United States by a copper manufacturer founded almost 200 years ago in 1819, each flask is lined with tin (a process called hot-tinning) to protect the copper from corrosion from acidic fluids. The outside of the flask is left unmolested as pure copper – it won’t corrode…

Read More

Suus Black Moto Gloves

Suus Gloves 1

Suus is a boutique Australian company that makes a small collection of low production volume motorcycle gear, they also sell a hand-picked selection of other products and at the moment they even have a rather tempting stockpile of vintage motorcycle magazines for sale. These gloves by Suus have a leather outer, a double-layer palm and…

Read More

Absinthe & Flamethrowers

Absinthe and Flamethrowers Projects and Ruminations on the Art of Living Dangerously

Absinthe & Flamethrowers: Projects and Ruminations on the Art of Living Dangerously is a book that’ll appeal to those of you who like spending their weekends doing a little more than barbecuing and raking the yard, the book includes instructions on how to make black powder, how to throw knives, how to crack a bull…

Read More

Hooded Zip Sweat by Buzz Rickson’s

Buzz-Ricksons-1480x729

The Hooded Zip Sweat by Buzz Rickson’s is a pre-Depression era design that’s made using traditional 1920’s shuttle looms, each is made from 13-ounce 100% cotton, and they’re styled and cut to the exact specifications as the original vintage sweatshirts. Buzz Rickson’s is a clothing company the specialises in reverse engineering vintage clothing, then producing…

Read More

Hammered Pewter Tankard

Pewter Tankard

When it comes to vessels for drinking beer, this hammered pewter tankard is just about as classy as you’re ever likely to get. Men and women have been imbibing the amber nectar from pewter tankards for over 400 years, over the past few decades they stopped using lead in the smelting process – resulting in tankards…

Read More