.Free Clothing is an Ohio based clothing company with a focus on clean, clear designs.
The team at Izola have a special knack for making stuff that I’d commit an armed felony to own. This “The Hell With Work” hip flask is a great example of their gear, it’s made from stainless steel, has a flat bottom and a screw-on cap to keep that sweet, sweet nectar safe.
The only way to own an iPhone and not smash it to bits every time you drop it, which we all do rather often, is to put it in some sort of case. You then face the problem of finding a case that isn’t hideous and won’t make your phone look like a 3rd rate Chinese knock-off.
The Autodromo Monoposto is a watch designed in the spirit of the gauges used in ’60s era Formula 1 cars, in fact, “Monoposto” actually means “single seat” in Italian.
Those of us who have seen Skyfall have fond memories of this little fellow from M’s desk, he has a small but surprisingly meaningful role in James Bond’s latest film.
ODFU is a new clothing label based in England, its founder is a friendly guy by the name of Kevin Wilson who like many of us, loves motorcycles. “ODFU” actually stands for “one down five up” – the transmission layout on a standard motorcycle.
The GORUCK GR1 is a rucksack designed by a former Green Beret who sat down and spent a couple of years creating the pack he wanted whilst deployed in a war-zone.
The Hydrokinetic Adjustable Wrench is more or less exactly what we thought wrenches would look like in the 21st century
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy I think we’re all evaluating our preparedness for extreme events, with that in mind, meet the Böker EMS Rescue Knife.
I like the gear made by Portel, they use top grain leather and make their wares by hand, which is something we’d like to see more of.
The Longines Avigation Watch Type A-7 has an eye-catching black dial offset 50 degrees to make reading it easier in the cockpit of your Ferrari Dino, Spitfire MKV or hydrogen filled, propeller powered Zeppelin.
It might surprise you to learn that there’s a huge community of people who collect pewter tankards like this that date back hundreds of years, a lot of the mugs have the name of the pub they were cast for engraved on them to try to offset the rampant thievery of the era.