This film, "The Subculture Of Barbershops", is an interesting look into the world of the traditional men's barber.
These Everyday Carry Brass Compass Keyrings are made in Minnesota and come with an unlimited, lifetime warranty. Which is not something you hear all that often in today's world of flimsy plastic nonsense. Each of the compasses are waterproof, weatherproof and made from solid brass.
Chicara Nagata is one of those Da Vinci types who'll never be a household name because instead of painting moderately attractive smirking Italian housewives he builds motorcycles, and sadly that just doesn't have the same mainstream, Louvre-friendly appeal.
This is the Merchant Daypack by Wheelmen & Co., it's designed as an alternative to all the polyester bags that seem both incredibly popular and hideously ugly.
The Jaguar XJ220 is one of those cars that helped define a decade, it was first shown to the general public in 1988 at the Birmingham Motor Show where it lit up the automotive press from England to New Zealand.
The idea of having a small blade tucked away somewhere safe seems like a rather good idea to me, especially if you're planning a trip to one of the less than savoury parts of the world. Or if you're just a big fan of spur-of-the-moment whittling.
The Porsche 356 is one of the most memorable pre-911 cars from the marque, it's the car that was tweaked for American tastes by North American importer Max Hoffman - a man who convinced Ferry Porsche that the 356 needed a name as Americans wouldn't by a car with a number.
These beautiful, steam-punk hip flasks are each made to order by Pick Your Poison and each one includes the surname of the order in the engraving - which I think is fantastic.
This fantastic looking retro-racer is a Honda XL350 based Grass Tracker built by Phil Little Racing, the frame is an English-style tracker frame and was found hanging in the Minneapolis area shop of Merritt Cody, along with its matching fuel tank.
This is the "Unbelievable Pocket Chain Saw", it's a fantastic little piece of gear to toss into the rucksack before a weekend out in the mountains.