These are the first in-ear noise canceling headphones from Bose. They are your go to headphones if you want to block out all the distracting noise or if you want to let some of it in with Aware mode. These headphones give you quality sound like most Bose products. The one thing we really liked about them was the comfort factor. These are great for long listening periods and a nice sleeker alternative to the over-the-ear noise canceling headphones.
[Bose QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones]
These great handplane boards are designed to give the rider minimal planning surface for that pure bodysurfing experience.
[Hess Surfboards Handplanes]
These illustrations are nothing but awesome. These prints depict 4 of the greatest characters from one of the best movies of all time The Big Lebowski. Get the Dude, Walter, Jesus, and Danny all on your wall in billiant color. The dude abides and so should you…
[The Lebowski Series]
Another outstanding case from Waterfield Designs. This time it’s ultimate protection for your iPad or iPad mini. Wrapped in a ballistic nylon shell with neoprene padding, this fits great with or without Apple’s Smart Cover. Like the Tablet Travel Express™ it comes with a sheet of impact resistant plastic for that extra protection you need. This is probably one of the best cases out there for iPad protrection. It also provides a nice snug fit for your iPad keeping the sleeve streamlined which coincidently makes the iPad Ultimate SleeveCase TSA Checkpoint Friendly.
[iPad Ultimate SleeveCase]
San Francisco based WaterField Designs brings this ultimate solution to protect your Nexus 7 or 10. The foam lining and impact-resistant plastic insert will protect your Nexus from all the bumps and bruises of travel. Made of industrial strength material it comes in black with a bold stripe you can get in black, copper, flame, green, pearl or pine nylon, or brown leather. Whatever you’re doing, this case will keep your Nexus safe and organized. One thing to note, if you’re a fan of their bags and like us have one, the Tablet Travel Express™ complements most of their line.
[Tablet Travel Express™]
This is an IPA that’s in a class by itself. Hoppy but, less bitter than some of your stronger IPA’s. So balanced and smooth you’ll be surprised you’re drinking an IPA. They have a can and bottle version, I suggest trying both.
[The Alchemist - Heady Topper Beer]
Another in what’s becoming a popular trend in home security. The keyless codeless lock. You can enter using your phone and this time it’s designed by the renowned Yves Behar. This has the similar feel of the other locks, with a key entry back up and the ability to share access to the lock.
[August Smart Lock]
A twist on a british classic, made from kiln dried hardwood birch and beech. It’s then hand cut and put together with the quality of old world crafters. Nanami Cowdroy brings you a limited edition chair, made 100% in the UK.
[Nanami Cowdroy - A Curious Embrace Limited Edition Chair]
Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was a band called Death. Punk before punk existed, three teenage brothers in the early ’70s formed a band in their spare bedroom, began playing a few local gigs and even pressed a single in the hopes of getting signed. But this was the era of Motown and emerging disco. Record companies found Death’s music—and band name—too intimidating, and the group were never given a fair shot, disbanding before they even completed one album. Equal parts electrifying rockumentary and epic family love story, A Band Called Death chronicles the incredible fairy-tale journey of what happened almost three decades later, when a dusty 1974 demo tape made its way out of the attic and found an audience several generations younger.
[A Band Called Death]
Being a bag fanatic, i’m super excited about this bag. It reminds me a lot of the bike bags I have that have the easy access fold over flap, and waterproof shell and interior. Something you can use daily or on a short trip. It’s designed with the user in mind, with pockets inside and out (something that’s missing on a lot of bags, POCKETS!). It reminds me of my Mission Workshop bag, but with a bit more usability in terms of pockets, and padding. Deep storage, lots of pockets, and padding for your laptop makes this a no brainer for any one needing a good solid backpack. This shows that not all quality bags are made in the U.S. and that all bags out of the states are cheaply made. This is a high quality product and a great company that we’re excited to see it’s growth in the coming years.