Many already rely on coffee to provide a jumpstart to our day, and with Jane's Brew Cannabis-Infused Coffee, you'll not only get that kick, but also enjoy the benefits of high grade CO2 cannabis oil. Each House Of Jane coffee is THC-infused, and you can choose from caffeinated, decaf, or cappuccino. Giving you a new, focused start, these coffees can be enjoyed hot or over ice, and leaves zero cannabis smell or aftertaste.
A masterful mix of old and new, the Canyon Barn takes a century-old structure and turns it into a modern rural getaway. The barn is set in the eastern foothills of the Cascades, and was renovated with great care to save as much original character as possible. As a result, the old flooring boards remain as the finished floor, old wood studs are used to create exposed walls, and even some fixtures were salvaged from the old barn. Three bedrooms are spread throughout the house, which blends its vintage charm with industrial elements like raw steel pipes and stairs to create a space that's obviously updated yet feels as if it's been there for ages.
Automatic knives are dangerous, and might not even be legal where you live. But if you're looking for one, the Kershaw Launch 1 Knife is a great choice. It has a 3.4-inch blade made from corrosion- and wear-resistant CPM154 steel with a BlackWash finish, a contoured anodized aluminum handle, a reversible pocketclip to accommodate left- or right-hand usage, and a quick, powerful push-button opening system. Made in Oregon.
A rarity on showroom floors upon its release, this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS L78 is even more desirable today. The little-ordered L78 included a 375hp V8 engine, a Turbo Hydra-Matic three-speed automatic, and a heavy-duty suspension with a rear stabilizer bar, giving it terrific performance without the added cost of the aluminum-headed L89. This particular example was fully restored just two years ago, and has a pristine black interior with SS-specific factory gauges and Strato bucket seats.
Set atop the peak of the same name, the Skuta Mountain Shelter was designed to stand up to the rigors of high-altitude life while providing shelter for up to eight mountaineers at a time. The structure's original design was developed by students from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Freeapproved and PD Ljubljana Matica, then adapted by OFIS and AKT II to fit the terrain. Its built using fiberglass-reinforced concrete with thin-walled concrete panels on the exterior and a spartan wood interior, with large windows on either end to provide a view of the mountains and valley below.
A return to form compared to its uncharacteristically heavy, sluggish predecessor, the Sport Scout was crucial to the continued success of Indian in the 1930s. Noted collector and Indian enthusiast Steve McQueen knew this of course, which is why he had this 1934 Indian Sport Scout Motorcycle in his garage. Powered by a 750 cc engine, it has the lightweight open frame and Euro-style fork that the model was know for, as well as a ivory and black paint scheme. Purchased at a Bonham's McQueen sale in 2006, it's in great condition, and comes with an Idaho title signed by the legend himself.
Inspired by the payaaqek, a simple native Alaskan boot, the Nikelab Payaa pays tribute with a minimal, monotone design. The one-piece mesh and foam upper provides excellent breathability and a snug fit, the outsole has been cored out to reduce weight while enhancing flexibility, and the shoes are easy to slide on and off thanks to a lacing system that uses a simple lock in place of a traditional knot. Available in red, white, blue, and black.
Using a cuvée from only the best grapes, the Bollinger Spectre 2009 Champagne is a drink inspired by and sure to be a favorite of James Bond himself. Bollinger has been featured in Bond films since 1979, and Spectre will be the 14th time that 007 has made it his champagne of choice. To celebrate, this limited bottle features embossed silver 007 branding and comes in a sleek black cool-box designed to mimic the gun grip on Bond's Walther PPK, while the bottle is kept cold for up to two hours en route to your next secret mission.
If you're hunting for an Oven Mitt or Pot Holder that would be as comfortable around the campfire as it will be in your kitchen, look no further than the Leather Oven Mitt & Pot Holder from trusted cooking accessories experts Malle W. Trousseau. Made using sleek calfskin leather, this set provides the perfect amount of cushion and protection from hot dishes coming right out of the oven. And the high quality leather not only arrives looking great, but its look will improve with repeated use.
Once you get past what operating system it runs, there are two things that are most important on a phone: the screen and the camera. The LG V10 Smartphone has unique features for both. On the screen side, it has a 5.7-inch QHD display, and above a 160 pixel-tall "second screen" that can be set to stay on, showing the time, weather, and battery status, and can display shortcuts or incoming notifications when you're using the device. Above that, there are two 5 megapixel front cameras that work in concert with sophisticated software to join the two images into a single wide-angle shot, eliminating the need for a selfie stick (not that you'd use one anyway). The 16 megapixel shooter on the back is no slouch either, with 4K recording in 16:9 or 21:9 cinematic ratios, an f/1.8 aperture, and optical image stabilization. The stainless steel frame, grippy backside, 4GB of RAM, microSD slot, and Snapdragon processor are just a bonus.
There are "green" houses, and then there are homes that are literally green. Oas1s Houses are both. Designed to resemble trees, the homes have facades of live vegetation, and measure roughly 6x6x12 meters, with 160 square meters of living space spread across four floors. The interiors are sparse and modern, yet warm thanks to the generous use of wood, and are finished with skylights, large windows, and French balconies. And if you're wondering about the name, the homes are shaped like the numeral "1" — hence the misguided moniker.
It's not just like another watch that was worn on the moon. It's actually been there. This Moon-Worn Bulova Chronograph Watch belonged to Commander Dave Scott, and is the only privately-owned timepiece to have experienced the conditions on the lunar surface. The watch itself has a black tachometer bezel, with triple sub-dials and an oversized velcro nylon strap for fitting over your space suit. Keep it on display in your home, or wear it proudly to keep track of things way less important than if you'll run out of oxygen or when you need to leave to catch your ride back to earth.
Most yacht are built for sailing the tropics. While the Seaxplorer Expedition Yacht can certainly do so, it's also equipped to take you to the most remote waters on earth. Its patented hull design with heavy ice reinforcement makes it possible to break through ice, while the passenger areas are meticulously faired and offer an uncompromisingly luxurious voyage. Fully autonomous, it can stay at sea for up to 40 days at a time, is available in 65, 90, and 100-meter models, and can be customized to any activity you're interested in, whether it be exploring a deserted island via kayak, or exploring the deep via submarine.
The white band on the cover might suggest a NSFW coverup, but not to worry — there's nothing naked one the pages of Cabin Porn: Inspiration for Your Quiet Place Somewhere except the trees. Written and curated by the creator of the blog of the same name, this 300+ page coffee table gem covers both the best of the homes from the site and a handful of new spots exclusive to the book. Also includes stunning full-color photography by Noah Kalina, how-to advice on building your own forest dwelling, and stories from Wired correspondent Steven Leckart.
From the street, it's a quaint Victorian. From the rear, thoroughly modern. The Armadale House by Mitsuori Architects was built with an eye on preserving the historic look of the surrounding Melbourne neighborhood, and as such demanded that the owners' taste for clean lines be hidden from view. The result is a two-story, rear-facing addition that connects to the existing structure a walkway, lets in plenty of light via floor-to-ceiling windows that slide for access to the terrace, gardens, and courtyard, and uses minimal design that juxtaposes well with the vintage, handcrafted facade.
The problem with most portable utensil sets while convenient, they lack severely when it comes to toughness. Gobites Trio is made using a special BPA-free nylon material that is strong enough to stand up to any meal — with a knife that actually cuts — and is ready to tackle years of on-the-go usage. Included is an extended-length spoon, fork, toothpick, and a knife with an embedded metal bottle opener. And everything is kept organized and clean thanks to the great looking case that comes standard.
They're just concepts for now — but we're not the only ones hoping these Honda Grom Scramblers become production machines in the near future. Combining the pint-size power and beginner-friendly ride of the Grom with the versatility of a scrambler, these bikes are powered by 50cc engines, and designed for one thing and one thing only: fun. The retro-styled Concept One comes finished in a silver and black race-style livery, while the Concept Two offers a green, black, and tan color scheme with a (slightly) more modern design.
You can't fly like Superman through the air. But you can get pretty close beneath the waves with the X2 Sport Underwater Jet Pack. It uses two trusters, one mounted on each arm, to propel you through the water at speeds of up to 6mph and depths of up to 30 feet, while a backpack provides the power. The attached analog throttle grip makes it easy to control, and it can run for up to an hour on a single charge, or way longer than you can hold your breath.
Don't let its size fool you. The Bose SoundTouch 10 Speaker packs big sound and a well-rounded feature set into a diminutive package. Standing less than 8.5 inches tall, it uses a new 2.5 inch Unidome speaker that, paired with the company's digital signal processing, produces surprisingly full sound. It also has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi built-in, the latter of which gives you instant access to streaming services like Spotify and Pandora, and lets the speaker hook up with other SoundTouch units in your house wirelessly — giving you the ability to build a whole-house system that includes home theater systems, soundbars, standalone units, and even outdoor speakers.
Building off of a base like the iconic Land Rover Defender is a nice head start, but the upgrades and attention to detail added to this Overfinch Defender SVX make it even more desirable. The SVX is one of the latest from the Overfinch crew, known for their eye popping upgrades, and adds bells and whistles to make it another standout. Included are LED daytime running lights, grille and lamp pod detailing, Weir Cherry leather interior, and Overfinch accessories, pedal set and control pack to help let it blaze any trail. And the specially commissioned teak wood storage box with white chalk decking is the icing on this already enticing cake.
Make your trip to and from the stream as easy as possible with a Tenkara Pocket Fly Fishing Rod. These collapsable rods are made from carbon fiber, and shrink down to just 10 inches when collapsed. They come in two models — the Sawtooth and Teton — which extend out to 9 and 12 feet while weighing just 1.1 and 1.9 ounces, respectively. Each one comes packed in a protective sock and tube, includes line, line clips, flies, and a tippet, and will fit in nearly any bag so you can always be prepared.
One of the GoPro's biggest features is its ability to be mounted nearly anywhere. It's also one of its biggest drawbacks, resulting in choppy, nearly unwatchable video. The Aeon GoPro Stabilizer can put an end to all that, thanks to a a three axis accelerometer that takes over 1,000 measurements per second, and works together with a Cortex CPU and three brushless motors to provide buttery-smooth, shake-free video automatically. It also offers an LCD screen for framing your shot, a joystick for controlling the pan and tilt of the camera, a GoPro accessory mount, and an ergonomic grip.
Unabashedly urban-minded, the Gi FlyBike is an ideal cruiser for city streets. It weighs only 37 lbs thanks to an aluminum alloy frame, and has a unique design that folds up and back out in one smooth motion, so it takes up as little space as possible in your apartment/office. It integrates with your phone, uses it for navigation, charges it while you ride, and relies on it for an auto-locking feature that also lets you share the bike with friends via the app. The solid tires provide a smooth ride, and the 250 watt brushless motor gives you up to 40 miles of assistance on a single charge — meaning you get to where you're going faster, and with less effort/sweat.
Mixing office-ready formality with dinner-ready attitude, the Nisolo Emilio Chukka Boot is versatile enough for all-day wear. A full-length leather insole provides plenty of comfort, as does the cushioned, leather-lined interior. The lace up design comes high enough to cover the ankle, lending added support, while the rubber heel cap lends necessary added traction to the leather outsole. Handmade in Peru, each pair helps provide opportunity not only for the shoemakers themselves, but for the local suppliers who've worked with them for decades.
Cord cutting is a real trend. But if you're not ready to wean yourself off the cable TV teat just yet, the Tivo Bolt can at least improve your experience. This 4K-capable box lets you skip entire commercial breaks with a single button press, and offers Tivo's renowned universal search across all your cable channels, OTA feeds, and streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime. Its Cable Card slot lets you ditch your crappy set top box, the new QuickMode lets you watch slow-moving recorded shows up to 30% faster without audio distortion, and it can record up to four shows at once. Available 500GB and 1TB models, with the ability to add more storage by hooking up an external drive.
It's been delayed more than once, but the world's first all-electric SUV is finally here. It was worth the wait. And with the performance numbers the Tesla Model X is capable of, you won't be waiting for much when you get behind the wheel. It's available in very fast 90D or ludicrously fast — no, really, it has a "Ludicrous mode" that lets you go from 060 in just 3.2 seconds — P90D variants, each of which will go 250 miles on a charge. Despite the delays, it still has the sensor-laden, over-engineered Falcon Wing rear doors, seating for up to seven adults, ample cargo space, autonomous capabilities borrowed from the Model S, a 560 watt, 17-speaker sound system engineered in-house to sound great while using as little power as possible, a glass panoramic windshield that extends up and over the front seat, and, of course, a 17-inch touchscreen for controlling everything.
Set on an estuary roughly an hour north of Auckland, these Eyrie Cabins strike an ideal balance between ruggedness and modern design. The pair of cabins are roughly 30 square meters each, with sparse wooden interiors and charred black exteriors. They have no doors, instead relying on open windows and rocks as entryways, are completely off-grid, and autonomous, and have simple geometric forms that contrast nicely with the surrounding hills and waterways.