Ever been to a meeting where you tried to keep organized notes, but ended up with ideas and numbers chaotically scrawled everywhere? Apparently so has the Behance team, and they decided to remedy the situation with the Action Pad ($8). Based on the Action Method, the pad uses four distinct zones on each page to provide a flexible template for meetings and brainstorming sessions. Sure, you could try the same approach on plain paper, but we all know how that works out.
If you're looking for a high-tech and easily pocketable pen, then check out this guy. The Inka Pen ($25) is a uniquely designed writing instrument made from aerospace-grade materials like 304 stainless steel and carbon fiber. It can be attached to your keychain, and features a closed pen design that quickly converts to a full-size pen. Oh, and did we mention it has a built-in stylus and writes underwater, upside down and at any altitude.
It can be tough to find workout clothing that looks decent outside of the gym, but these Spar Jogger pants from Rhone provide the best of both worlds. Built with technical running in mind, each pair is made using a soft jersey fabric. They feature moisture-wicking knit fabric, light water resistant bonded back pocket, and zippered side pockets. They're perfect for your next workout, and are versatile enough to wear all day without looking out of place.
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With the holidays right around the corner, it's time to consider Allbirds Wool Runners as a gift for someone on your list — or for yourself. Each pair features a single-piece upper that is made from superfine merino wool and provides slipper-like comfort that is stylish enough to wear to all your holiday parties. Meanwhile, the merino-lined insole — sustainably made from castor bean oil — and lightweight foam and rubber sole make sure they're comfortable whether or not you're wearing them with socks. Available in a variety of colors, including the newly unveiled Kea Dark Red and Tui Marine.
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Even during early childhood, globes speak to every guy's desire to rule the planet. Now you can actually see the world the way it was meant to be seen with the Levitating Desktop Globe ($40). It employs an electromagnet and a computerized sensor to work its levitating magic, allowing you to pass your hand above or below the globe with no stoppage in floating.
Having a Picasso image printed on a note pad is a little odd, but having one that changes by moving said note pad is just downright cool. The Picasso Morph Note Pad ($19) is a standard note pad with Picasso's female image on the ends. When the pad is twisted, however, the image changes into a male. Great looking, stylish, and sure to be an icebreaker.