If your team got robbed this season, maybe it's time to take matters into your own hands. And these Championship Rings ($TBD) should do the trick. These authentic rings, once given to players and coaches, can now be had for your own collection. Available for virtually every professional and NCAA sport, you're sure to find some finger jewelry (or pendant or trophy or Olympic medal) for your favorite team... assuming they've won a championship or six.
From the makers of the ever popular Douche Cards, these handy wallet-sized cards let you silently inform the worst offenders at the bar of their oppressive and annoying actions. The Blocker Cards ($5/25 cards) help remove anything that stands between you and a great night back at your place. [Thanks, Eric]
Vests are a viable alternative to bulky coats in cool weather. That makes the Original Penguin Color Blocked Down Vest a great addition to any winter wardrobe. Its goose down filling and understated style make it ideal for layering, and the functional hidden hood and lined pockets will keep you warm, no matter what the occasion.
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Need a belt that will look good with jeans but can save your hide in a tight spot? Check out the Specter Last Resort Belt ($25-$32). made from Mil-Spec parachute webbing, the belt can be used to fully support one's body weight for rappelling or harnessing, and you can easily attach a carabiner and/or a figure-8 to hitch a ride to safety. [Thanks, Jeff]
There's never been a bracelet this hardcore. Made from military-issue 550 paracord, Survival Straps ($18-$25) are bracelets designed to help you in an emergency. With 15 to 20' of cord used in each bracelet, you simply unravel it to instantly have a section of strong rope for any number of uses. (Just ask Bear how handy one of these things would be.) The Survival Straps come with a marine-grade stainless steel shackle (or an optional side-release plastic buckle) and are available in 30 different colors. Also available are lanyards, key fobs, watch straps, dog collars, and rifle slings. If you're unlucky enough to have to use your Survival Strap, just send it back to the company, along with your disaster story, and they'll braid it back to new for you, free of charge.