The drive for continuous improvement is a great way to describe The Yosemite from Taylor Stitch. It's a shirt they've spent endless hours trying to perfect, and it's probably the best garment they've ever made. What started off as a classic outdoor flannel has morphed into a shirt that's as tough as it is comfortable, and versatile enough to wear on a hike or out to dinner. Sourced from a mill that has specialized in flannel for the past 80 years, the ultra-soft, cotton chamois fabric weighs in at a solid 9 ounces. The Blackwatch Plaid puts off an iconic vibe, and the Yosemite is also available in the original Navy from it's launch 5 years ago as well as Turquoise and Wild Lupine to conjure up some vintage outdoors ephemera.
Presented by Taylor Stitch.
We spend a lot of time in underwear (well, most of us). Why not consider an upgrade? Far from your standard Hanes multi-pack, MeUndies, are made with a signature blend of fabric that is 3x softer than cotton yet still hugs all the right things in all the right places. Ordering is virtually risk-free, since if you don't love your first pair, they'll pay you back and you can keep it for free. No questions asked. And if you do find yourself wearing the first pair everyday (gross) it's even easier to stock up, with generous savings for those who subscribe or buy a pack.
Presented by MeUndies.
Looking to keep your beer stash cold -- we're not talking silly label on a can cold, but nearly freezing the refreshing beverages inside cold? The Cold Cavern Beer Froster ($900) is a spectacular way to do so. Based on a gorgeous stainless steel Summit freezer, the Beer Froster adds a thermostat to let you ensure that up to 120+ of your favorite beers stay at the arctic temperature of 24ºF, or right on the edge of freezing and exploding all over the place.
We like high end knives, and we love good wine. Both those interests have converged in the Code 38 Stealth Pro Wine Knife ($410). Featuring a variety of textures, vaporized titanium-based finishes, a grooved precision spiral, bottle opener, and foil-slicing blade, it's certainly not the cheapest bar tool we've seen, but it is one of the most stylish.