Apart from his distinctive profile and legendary humor, late comedian Bob Hop was also known for his style — and particularly his cufflinks. Now you can add a bit of his renowned flair to your own ensemble with a pair of Bob Hope's Cufflinks ($300-$900). Available in a variety of styles — from Japanese Monks to White Elephants — each pair was owned and worn by the man himself, making each one one-of-a-kind.
Inspired by Apple's ever-present aluminum power buttons, the iCufflinks ($130) are ready to add some Cupertino-style flair to your formal attire. These "open source" cufflinks are machined from 6 series aluminum, and thanks to a battery that screws inside the housing — along with a tiny circuit board and LED — they pulsate gently, subtly letting those around you know that not only do you mean business, but you might also be a robot. [Thanks, KJ & Butschp]
Designed to be the the ultimate adventure travel pack, the Cotopaxi Allpa Backpack is way more than meets the eye. It's a 35L pack that is tough, durable, and equipped to carry everything you need to explore a new city or go deep off-the-grid. It's sized ideally for carry-on travel and stows into overhead bins, trunks, and buses with ease. And while traveling, you can also take advantage of shoulder straps that tuck away and reinforced grab handles for quick extraction. Features include a padded laptop and tablet sleeve, a convenient accessory bundle including a water bottle holder and laundry bag, and a 16L daypack for quick day trips once you've reached your destination. The Allpa supports nimble, comfortable travel and is built to last using tough TPU-coated 1000D polyester paired with durable ballistic nylon.
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Already known for their quality craftsmanship, Shinola recently branched out into the world of audio equipment with the release of the Runwell Turntable. The Runwell Turntable features a built-in phono preamplifier and a belt driven pulley, and every component and element were carefully sourced from manufacturers around the globe before being built at the brand new Shinola Audio factory in Detroit under the watchful eye of Alex Rosson, Director of Audio. They might be the new kid on the block, but the Runwell is already in the conversation with some of the best turntables on the market, and should make even hardcore audiophiles pay attention.
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Oh hell yes. Blending perfectly with the beverage's wild west image, the Whiskey Holster ($39) keeps your favorite bourbon right where it should be: on your belt, preferably right next to your trusty six-shooter. Made from high-quality vegetable-tanned leather, it's the perfect size to hold a 200mL whiskey bottle, and even offers up a tiny window on the front to let your label show through. Al Swearengen would be proud.
If you're going to be so dressed up that cufflinks are a must, you might as well have some fun with it. And that's exactly what these Mustache Cufflinks ($60-$100) are for. Available in bronze, gold, or stainless steel finishes, they'll bring the facial hair heat even when you can't.