Thanks to our phones' built-in Maps applications, most people quit using standalone GPS units — and standalone GPS apps, for that matter — a long time ago. Garmin Viago is hoping to change all that. This premium navigation app offers online access to maps for many destinations around the world, as well as built-in features like current speed and speed limit, lane assist, weather information, in-map traffic display, and photo-realistic junction views. And if that's not enough, a number of add-ons are available for adding offline map access, real-time traffic with automatic rerouting, and even Garmin Real Directions, which gives you turn-by-turn directions by using landmarks, buildings, stop signs, and traffic lights instead of road names or numbers.
Who needs a tool belt when your belt is your tool? The Bison Designs Kool Tool Belt helps keep your pants up and keep you ready for anything by incorporating three wire strippers, large and small flathead screwdrivers, a Phillips head screwdriver, both standard and metric hex tools and rulers, and, of course, a bottle opener all into a single Cr-13 steel buckle. Paired with a black 44 mm ribbed webbing belt for that extra bit of manliness.
When the mercury starts to rise, there's nothing quite like a cold beer to help cool you off — then throw in a healthy portion of slushie foam on top, and you have a combination that just can't miss. The Kirin Ichiban Frozen Beer Slushie Machine takes ordinary beer and freezes it, dispensing a frozen head on top of your beer that keeps it even colder while tasting great. Made to fit perfectly on a table or countertop, it's battery powered so you can take it with you anywhere, whether you're headed to a tailgate, a picnic, or on top of your bar.
There are tons of beers on the market that are often cited as having a citrus aroma or even flavor from time to time. But Sixpoint RAD has taken that idea to a completely different level. RAD doesn't just smell like a beer that has some citrus aromas, but instead is actually a fruit juice / beer hybrid. The easy drinking 3.2% ABV beer was inspired by a German scientist in the 20's who made a 50-50 blend of beer and lemon soda to allow thirsty cyclists to have their beer while not totally causing dehydration. Sixpoint has even placed RAD into a new drink category they are calling 'Cycliquids.' It's a unique drink packaged in 16oz. cans that is ready to join you poolside on a hot summer day.