When it comes to surfboards we generally expect to see a symmetrical design, with some boards going so far as to have perfect symmetry on both the vertical and horizontal planes. This board by Deus Bali, dubbed the Paralesogram, shuns this traditional design ethos in favour of an asymmetrical design. Sadly I’m not a board shaper so I can’t tell you the pros and cons, if you’d like to see more of the Paralesogram, click here to visit Deus Bali.
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…
When it comes to boots that are genuinely American, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more authentic pair than the Heritage 877 Boots by Red Wing. Originally released in 1953 as a sporting boot, they became an instant success with hunters, hikers and outdoorsmen.
The Rapsody R29 is a 29ft luxury motor yacht capable of 24 knots, Rapsody call it a “gentleman’s cruiser” and I’d say that’s quite an apt description for a boat that looks like it was designed in the 1920s.