Kind of Obsessed: This Is My Go-To Winter Layer
An argument for technical layering.
An argument for technical layering.
Tracksmith's shorts are my end-all-be-all running short.
The puny dessert blow torches of yesteryear are unfit for a home kitchen. Here's why a heavy-duty blowtorch should be your next Amazon pickup.
I used to think that small pocket knives weren't practical enough. Now, my favorite knife is the size of a USB stick.
PhoneSoap claims that the average smartphone has 18-times more bacteria on it than a public restroom. You need to clean it.
The perlon is made from a weaving of nylon, thus giving it massive amounts of breathability and adjustability.
I've been a fan of backpacks since before I can remember; they're my go-to bag for every type of activity. Recently I discovered a new bag though, which has highlighted the backpack's faults and shaken my loyalty.
After years of searching, I finally found the perfect travel pant.
I'm constantly traveling for my job, and few weekenders have ever impressed me. Now, I've found the perfect travel pack.
Apple certainly approves – they started selling this desktop stand on their website.
New ways to use your AirPods, all thanks to this little nifty gadget.
I've never liked rain jackets. They're hot and unbreathable, and never at-hand in the moments when they're most needed. I managed to find an exception in Patagonia's Stretch Rainshadow Pullover.
Foehn's Brise climbing pant draws nods of approval even in New York City's trendiest neighborhoods.
I've been a dedicated backpack user for as long as I can remember, but Bellroy's new Laptop Brief showed me a new way.
For weekend travel, I typically default to a small duffel, but this pocket-filled travel bag is my new go-to.
It weighs two pounds, packs a 25,600mAh capacity and boasts pretty much every charging port your devices will ever need.
Peak Design is well-loved by pros and amateurs alike for its photography accessories. The company just made a Dopp kit, and it has me gushing over a product category I never cared about.
That is, if you want incredibly versatile pants that'll stand up to almost literally anything you throw at them while providing truly impressive levels of comfort and breathability.
At what temperature do you like your coffee?
Paintball became so expensive it stopped being feasible. These types of guns are giving it a second life, and I couldn't be happier about it.
How does it stack up to smartphone-mounted VR headsets, like Google's Daydream View or Samsun Gear VR?
After a lengthy search, I discovered the perfect soap. Beyond using it in the shower, I keep it in my kitchen and always take it camping. Then I discovered the wild history that brought it to be.
After rotating through probably close to 100 sunglasses, I finally found the quintessential pair that I can wear to workout and to travel.
An American-made linen cap that fits a wide range of head shapes.
I researched my first camera for months before landing on the right one. When I equipped myself with accessories to compliment it, there was one item that paralyzed my decision-making: the strap.
Perfect with: A pair of Bluetooth earbuds and some space.
Tech specs aren't all that's important in a piece of camping gear.
Never doubt the merit in buying really — really — nice shampoo.
Simple product, low price, impressive results.
The Twain Weekender by Korchmar.
More glasses are better than one -- or none.
I travel semi-frequently, mostly for work, which is a complicated endeavor.
Leather's got great handfeel. The whole "better with age" thing is nice too. But with wallets, these qualities are irrelevant.
How a disposable paper cup simplified my mornings, saved me money and taught me to relish the quiet hours with family.
Why you should invest in an end-grain cutting board.
An endorsement of the best single-cup coffee system that you can bring anywhere.
Taking on the backcountry is slashes and carves better than riding the lift.
An offshoot of the billiards family, bumper pool is the game to play. Especially if you suck at pool.
Looking for more of the dark, introspective James Bond we've been seeing in film lately? Better crack open a book.
Most photographers know the pain of looking for the right camera bag. The Ona Brixton might be the one.
When it comes to summer ruckus, a pair of cheap kicks does the trick.
The importance of cooling your beer in earnest -- that is, eschewing the traditional "koozie" for a bandana wrap.
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