The Week in Culture News: the Vikings bar Adrian Peterson from the team, Robin Thicke is a hot mess, how to shit better and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Princess Bride.
The Age of Innocence Editor Reuel Talks About His Latest Book
The Age of Innocence: Football in the 1970s is a photographic eulogy for the first era of worldwide soccer obsession, documenting the lives of international legends — Pelé, Franz Beckenbauer, Bobby Moore, Maradona, Johan Cruyff and more — on and off the pitch. We spoke with Reuel Golden, the book’s editor, about soccer’s golden age.
Everyone Loves the Hefe
If you associate wheat beer with Blue Moon and a slice of orange, this is your primer to the world of American brewers doing something more with their wheat malt. They’re adding aromatic hops. They’re open fermenting. They’re cultivating a beer that’s front-palate friendly with a full finish. These ten are perfect examples.
A Watch for all seasons
From the Archives: There are worse ways to spend your hard-earned money than on those pinnacles of the mechanical art. But there’s something to be said for wearing one watch all the the time. Buy one watch, wear it through thick and thin and create your own patina rather than purchasing someone else’s. Here’s how to do it.
What's New, Now
Today in Gear: the Bentley Mulsane Speed, Smooth Ambler’s Old Scout whiskey, Logitech Harmony universal remotes, and more.
The beautiful collision of technology and tradition
Riding in the back seat of a car often feels more like a punishment than a privilege. But the Bentley Mulsanne makes backseat desirable. Then again, it makes the front seat desirable, too.
Calling on anyone with a trail name and matching beard
REMINDER: The GP Day Hiking Photography Contest is underway until Friday, September 19 at 5 p.m. Read on for our entry criteria and a breakdown of the grand prize.
Though it’s gradually becoming usurped by more high tech materials, waxed canvas still remains one of the coolest-looking ways to wick away precipitation. These nine waxed canvas products give bad weather the middle finger and look good doing it.
New Gear and Stories, Fresh from the Farm
This Week in Sports and Outdoors: the fastest cyclist on Earth, game-changing avalanche technology, weather-proof Converse kicks and more.
Pick Your Heated Poison
For hikers, cyclists, and backpackers, a Trangia spirit (alcohol) burning stove is a proven option for any number of different overnight excursions. But even so, the variety of sizes, materials and accessories within Trangia’s product line is burdening for anyone in the market, or simply in consideration of an upgrade. We put three different versions through their paces.
even the greatest defeat can be turned into your greatest victory
Even after an almost fatal accident in 2001 that left him without legs, Alex Zanardi’s outlook remained bright. He returned to motorsports and won a fair share of races at the World Touring Car Championship, then won two medals at the 2012 London Paralympics; this October, he’s taking on the Ironman World Championship triathlon. Tim Hahne’s short for BMW, “Touch the Sky”, is a peek into a day in Zanardi’s life.
Wear Them Well
Wearable tech is a growing and increasingly diverse market; they all track distance and calories, and most tell time. They all have their pitfalls — battery life, compatibility, reliability, size, price — but what determines the best device is your individual needs. Do you need to streamline your workflow or measure how streamlined your backstroke is? Do you need a sleek timepiece or do you dig the outright nerdy look? Weigh your responses and use our guide of the best options.
The Little CampStove that Could
The clean energy stove company BioLite is built on more than just a trendy charging device. We paid their Brooklyn HQ a visit to see firsthand what they’re all about.
The Drive is the Destination
From the Archives: Long weekends aren’t just for sleeping in and backyard barbecues. Hop in the car, embrace the fresh air and hug the asphalt like you don’t have a care in the world. There are a ton of great roads out there, twisty, straight and some off the beaten path. We’ve listed some of the best (and some less-traveled) for your vacation enjoyment and paired them with the ideal vehicle to maximize the experience.