During the winter months, we expect some rough, cold weather. This year, expect Thundersnow from MadTree Brewing in Cincinnati, Ohio. This spiced Scotch Ale falls into the Winter Warmer category, with nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, and just enough warmth thanks to the 8.5% ABV. A great example of a winter seasonal that is unique, full-flavored, and balanced.
Known for their quality craftsmanship since 1932, Danner continues that tradition with their latest offering, the Forest Heights II Boot. Named after the west hills of Portland, the boot features a leather upper -- your choice of supple grey leather or sleek black leather -- and is unlined for comfort in every season. They're built on top of a Vibram 232 mini-lug outsole and Danner's ergonomic 971 last. Made in the USA and built for the long haul, the Forest Heights II is up for any challenge.
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Snowmobiles are ideal ways to explore the wintry countryside, but they don't hold many people, and the wind can make things downright frigid. The Equinox Snowcoach solves both problems. Made from sturdy polyethylene, this add-on attaches to your snowmobile with a limited rotational hitch, offers room and seat belts for up to two people, and sits on a high performance gas shock suspension for a smooth ride. Available in five colors, it even has an available ATV conversion kit so you can keep using it long after the snow is gone.
The Jaguar F-Type is no slouch, performance-wise, but if you're looking to shave a couple extra seconds off your lap times — or your trips to the office — the Hennessey HPE600 Jaguar F-Type has what you're looking for. Thanks to upgrades that include custom software tuning, a new supercharger pulley, and a boosted intercooler, this machine puts out 623 hp, letting it rocket from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds and blow through a quarter mile in just 11.4 seconds at a speed of 126 mph. At those speeds, the cars you're passing won't even be able to make out the special Hennessey badging before you're a blur in the windshield.