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Antagonist Yacht

Enjoy what's left of summer in complete luxury aboard the Antagonist Yacht ($TBA). This bespoke, 37ft cruiser is powered by dual, 370hp Yanmar diesel engines, which spin SS props for a top speed of 42 knots. There's plenty of high-end details as well, including a cockpit with room for eight, a multi-function table with a sunbathing area, tons of teak, a swimming platform, a small refrigerator, a built-in picnic box, Boxmark Maritime leather upholstery, and an air conditioned interior. Price unknown, but you know what they say: "If you have to ask...."

  • Budnitz Beer Wrench

    Kill two birds with one stone — so to speak — with the Budnitz Beer Wrench ($40). Crafted from titanium, it sports a 15mm spanner wrench on one end for removing rear axle bolts, internal hub bolts, and pitlock keys, two holes in the middle that work with the included titanium thumb screws to secure it to the water bottle mounts on your bike, and, of course, a bottle opener on the end opposite the wrench, engraved with the zen quote "The road is the destination". Indeed.

  • Trek Earl Bike

    What would you expect a bike built for campus cruising to have? A sturdy steel frame? A single speed design? Built-in mounts for racks and fenders, so you can customize it to your book- or friend-hauling needs? Well, the Trek Earl Bike ($530) offers all of that, as well as a BMX-style seat and grips, Tektro brakes, nylon pedals, and one thing every self-respecting college ride needs: a built-in bottle opener. [Scouted by Sid]