One of only 30 ever built, this 1990 Riva Ferrari 32 Speedboat is a rare example of the collaboration between the Italian racing and boat-building firms. The Formula 1-styled hull is painted in Ferrari's signature Rosso corsa hue, with a black carbon fiber spoiler adding a flourish to the top. As you'd expect, it has plenty of power, with two 390hp V8 Vulcano 400 engines pushing it to a top speed of 62 mph, as well as a cuddy cabin in the bow, and an automotive-style helm.
Beginning with the time tested Jeep Wrangler Unlimited platform and drivetrain, the makers of this USSV Rhino XT SUV have managed to take an already tough vehicle to the next level. The latest reinvention from US Specialty Vehicles features flared fenders, hardened tow hooks, a hard-top removable roof, and a performance roll cage built to withstand the toughest tumble. It's also loaded up with 35-inch off-road tires sitting on 20-inch aluminum rims, and a turbocharged 3.6L V6 engine. The interior is customized as well, with leather seats, and an Alpine navigation system.
The Mad Scientists at Sixpoint are at it again with their latest offering Sixpoint C.R.E.A.M. The new release is brewed with a blend of pilsner and two-row pale and crystal malts. It's then stored cool and blended with cold-brewed coffee from the good folks at Stumptown Coffee Roasters. It's a blonde ale but exudes all the aromas you'd expect from a great cup of Joe. Packaged in the signature Sixpoint slim 12 oz. cans at 7.2% ABV.
Ever thinner devices mean ever smaller batteries. You can extend your phone's life with a battery case, but at the end of the day, it's just another gadget to charge. The Ampware Hand Crank iPhone Case gives you an alternative. Using an on-board generator, five minutes of cranking can deliver a full hour of normal use or five hours of standby juice, guaranteeing you'll have power when you need it most while keeping your iPhone 6 or 6S safe from drops and bumps.
Based on a Yamaha TW 225, the Deus Ex Machina Two-Up Yamaha Motorcycle plusses the diminutive bike with a number of upgrades. The engine and wheels are done up with black paint, the better to contrast with the vintage Husky aluminum fuel tank sporting a fresh white paint job from Dutchy Motorcycle. A SuperTrapp muffler provides a deeper growl, air now arrives via a high-flow K&N filter, an EasyRider seat ensures a comfortable ride, and the twin head and tail lights give it an even more recognizable look.
For a watch that would impress the most hardcore Navy Seal, look no further than the Tactix Bravo GPS Watch from Garmin. It's not only equipped to track whatever workout you have in mind, it's also prepared to assist you, should you find yourself dropped into a war zone. It tracks elevation data, can mark up to 1,000 waypoints, and even has a mode that acts like a trail of breadcrumbs - guiding you back to your starting point. And it's all achieved with a battery that's built to last from 20 hours to three weeks depending on the mode. It comes packaged in a stainless steel casing with a scratch-resistant sapphire lens that's even readable using night vision goggles. It's hard to imagine a more complete timepiece for your next special ops mission behind enemy lines.
Set atop a concrete base to protect it from the more than 60 feet of snow its elevated plot sees each year, the Trollhus House is an elevated take on a ski chalet. Literally. The home's positioning is dictated by nature, with the living spaces facing south for maximum exposure to the sun and the shaded northern side filled with utility areas. Tar-treated wood siding helps the home blend into the landscape, and contrasts well with the warm, light fir of the interior.
Poop. It's a part of life. And it typically doesn't smell very good. Help hide disagreeable bathroom odors with Aesop x A.P.C. Post-Poo Drops. This unexpected collaboration uses a citrus base with floral notes mixed in to neutralize offending smells. Drip three drops into the bowl post-flush for adequate coverage, and add a couple to the sink to make it smell even better.
Most concept vehicles resemble something that could be on the road in the future. The United Nude Lo Res Concept Car however, looks like it could be on loan from another planet. The design is achieved using a method that takes an object and lowers the 3D resolution several times. The more the resolution is lowered, the more abstract the concept car becomes. The designers began with the resolution of the Lamborghini Countach, and ended up with this amazing polygonal shaped work of art. The polycarbonate body also doubles as the only door, operated by an electric lift. It opens up to reveal a raw interior with stainless steel features and matte black coating.
Located just minutes from the west entrance to Joshua Tree National Park and within walking distance of the village, Joshua Tree House serves as an ideal base for explorers and relaxers alike. The main house was built in 1949 as the inkeeper's quarters for the business next door, and offers guests two bedrooms and two baths, with the second bedroom housed in a detached structure just 10 feet away. Two hanging chairs, a fireplace, and the kitchen dominate the main living area, which is augmented by a spacious front porch and a jacuzzi in the rear, both of which offer views of the dozens of Joshua trees on the property.
As the bourbon industry continues to grow, it's great to see brands from the past revived. Yellowstone Select Bourbon is a product of Limestone Branch Distillery in Lebanon, Kentucky and is a blend of 4-year and 7-year Kentucky Straight Bourbon. The Yellowstone name was dusted off by the Limestone owners last year after over a century when their great-grandfather sold the brand. That lineage helped inspire the labels as well, with layouts taken from historical Yellowstone illustrations.
It doesn't do anything that most other fitness tracker don't. It just looks better doing it. The Withings Go uses a circular E Ink display to show your current progress in real time, while also functioning as a watch. It's water resistant down to 50 meters, so you can wear it in the shower, rain, pool, or ocean, automatically syncs with the well-designed Health Mate app, giving you in-depth metrics on your activity and sleep, and comes with a clip and wristband, so you can wear it like a watch, clip it to your belt, shoe, or pocket, or just throw it in your pocket like a coin. And don't worry about nightly charging — thanks to the E Ink screen, it can run up to eight months without needing to change its standard button cell battery.
With simple designs that allow the plant within to shine, Norden Planters are a great addition to your decor whether you place them indoors or out. They come in three sizes — 10-inch, 12-inch, and 15-inch — with the smallest suitable for stand use and the biggest made for large plants or trees. Each is made from high-fire terracotta in Baja, California, has a drainage hole to release excess moisture, and comes in your choice of white, black, or natural terracotta finishes.
Nugget ice. It's an essential element of dairy bars, Mom and Pop restaurants, and many other nostalgic spots. Now you can enjoy all its crunchable goodness at home with the Opal Nugget Ice Maker. It has easy-to-use touch controls, holds up to three pounds of ice, makes up to 24 lbs of ice per day, lets you see how much is left with a see-through bin, and has a stainless steel body that won't look out of place on your counter. But most importantly, it makes terrific ice, the kind that chills quickly, soaks up the flavor of whatever its in, and offers a soft texture that's ideal for chewing.
Big capabilities. Pocket-friendly size. The new Fujifilm X70 Camera offers an advanced sensor the size of most DSLRs in a package that you can take with you anywhere. At 16.3 megapixels, the X-Trans CMOS II sensor captures outstanding detail even in low light, and is paired with a Fujinon 18.5mm, f/2.8 lens, the 35mm equivalent of 28mm glass. There's a speedy AF system with 77 points for tracking movement, a silent electronic shutter capable of 1/32,000 second exposures, built-in Wi-Fi for instant sharing or printing via an Instax Printer, and a 3-inch touchscreen display that rotates up to 180 degrees, making shots from different angles — including selfies — a breeze.
There's something to be said for turning the foam on top of an espresso drink into a work of art by hand — but not everyone has the time or the talent. For the rest of us, there's the Ripple Maker Latte Art Machine. Designed for commercial use, this smart appliance uses pods of coffee extract — a high-quality mix of Arabica and Robusta beans — to place tiny drops right on the foam, creating intricately detailed designs in just seconds. The machine automatically recognizes and adjusts to the height and width of your cup, has a large LCD touchscreen for picking your design, and can even be configured so that customers (or friends) can pick their own personalized ripples for themselves.
It doesn't matter if you're walking, running, or riding a bike — it's a lot easier for cars to see you after dark if you're wearing something reflective. With Life Paint, that can be pretty much whatever you want to wear. This water-based reflective spray is invisible by daylight, yet glows brightly when hit with the beam of a car's headlights. It works best on textile materials, whether it's shoes, a jacket, or a hat, lasts for over a week during normal use, and washes off, leaving whatever you sprayed it on just as it was.
Placed on a hilltop in one of the oldest communities in Israel, the Kfar Shmaryahu House is a boxy, aluminum-clad ode to minimalism. The ground floor consists of the kitchen and an open living area which has large glass walls that offer easy access to the patio. Above, the top floor is separated into a metallic gray square of one bedroom and the natural aluminum casing of the master and two other bedrooms, all joined by a central corridor that encourages interaction between the family members. Otherwise, the interior is stark with natural finishes, allowing the owners' art and furniture to provide necessary splashes of color.
Featuring over 1,700 pizza stops from around the globe, Where To Eat Pizza might be the definitive guide for enthusiasts. Compiled by food critic Daniel Young, it's packed with tidbits of knowledge from chefs, critics, and industry experts. From the best sauces to which crusts contribute to the perfect slice, it's loaded with the information every pizza fanatic craves.
Many of us wear headphones for a good portion of the day. So why not have them do more than just play music? Leveraging the tech used in the company's more traditional wearables, Misfit Specter Activity Tracking Headphones keep tabs on your steps, distance covered, calories, and sleep duration/quality, all while pulling double-duty as personal speakers. Despite their expanded functionality, they don't skimp on the sound, with dual drivers for richer, clearer audio, noise isolation technology to keep external sounds at bay, and multiple microphones to eliminate ambient noise when talking on the phone.
It's certainly not going to fit in to most home decors. But if you consider yourself a true gearhead, the Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar delivers great sound while serving as an undeniable conversation piece. The 200W speaker accepts audio via one analog and two digital inputs, as well as over Bluetooth with aptX, and has both Dolby Digital decoding and DTS TruSurround virtual surround sound. But it's the design that really stands out, using an original rear silencer and twin exhaust from a 911 GT3 as the case, with the ports helping to boost the bass. We can only hope it releases a throaty growl befitting its heritage when you turn it on.
Thankfully, you don't need to take the name literally. Blind Barber is a great throwback barber shop, offering a classic, comfortable environment that represents the surrounding neighborhood while keeping things clean and modern. Their straightforward menu includes four options: a hair cut, shave, trim, or beard trim, with a line of self-branded hair care products available as well. Also included with every service? A complimentary beverage from the adjoining coffee shop, which serves as a perfect spot to further your relaxation over one of their signature cocktails, a glass of wine, a beer, or a cup of coffee, a snack, and a read through our favorite magazine. We visited their Brooklyn location, but they also have shops in the East Village and LA.
You needn't have watched Concussion to realize that player safety — particularly when it comes to head injuries — is a huge issue in football. The Vicis Zero1 Football Helmet aims revolutionize head protection while maintaining the integrity of the game. Designed by a team of engineers and neurosurgeons, it uses a combination of advancements to deliver unrivaled protection. The outer shell deforms on impact like a car bumper, while the column-filled core layer underneath helps absorb impacts. A special fit system uses both head length and breadth measurements to determine the helmet's size, with 12 different combinations available, and the liner is made using special foams and textiles to conform to each player's unique head shape while ensuring comfort. Coming to a field near you this fall.
If you wear a watch everyday, you know how important it is for that timepiece to be tough. The Black Kite from Ventus is tough, using carbon fiber and crystal made from sapphire, the most scratch resistant material around. The carbon fiber is layered to give it a unique appearance, and also makes it lighter and stronger than most watches on the market. Under the hood, it's powered by the reliable automatic movement of the Seiko NH35. It also charges with a quick shake, never needing a battery replacement. Taking inspiration from World War II pilot watches and adding in some of the best modern materials available, Ventus have created another watch that's certain to intrigue fans of unique, high quality timepieces.
If you have a family, you likely take a lot of pictures of them. Unfortunately, that also means you're missing out on the moment, stuck behind the camera (or phone). The Kiba Family Camera lets you enjoy those moments with your family while still getting the shot. It takes 13 megapixels stills and shoots 1080p video, and uses a custom "Joy Ranking Algorithm" to pick the best shots and clips from each day, uploading them automatically to the cloud. You can also start the camera via voice command or schedule a time for recording, but most of the time it just works on its own — exactly how you'd want it.
The electric trimmer has been a staple of barbershops for decades. It hasn't changed much in all that time, either. The Bevel Trimmer takes this essential tool and updates it for modern times. It has a robust rechargeable battery that can run for over four hours at full power and holds a charge for up to 60 days, with an LED indicator to let you know it's running low. A novel Bevel Dial lets you adjust the blades quickly and without special tools, the blades themselves have a protective coating that repels oil and water, making them easier to clean and reducing irritation, and a hidden hook makes for easy storage. Carefully weighted, the trimmer's faceted body and soft touch finish ensure precise control, whether you're a professional barber or just touching up your boys' hair at home.