Founded by Ernst Leitz in 1914, Leica made the first 35mm film camera in 1913. It was released to the public in 1925, cementing the company's place in the realm of photography. Over the ensuing decades, Leica became synonymous with quality, as its cameras were used for everything from Pulitzer-winning photojournalism to award-winning magazine shoots. This issue of B focuses on the evolution of the brand, from its beginnings as a microscope maker to its iconic red dot.
Created for unruly locks, Aesop's Tame Hair Serum combats flyaways and frizz without weighing the hair down. The lightweight blend of petitgrain, bergamot rind, and patchouli smooths strands into place while infusing hair with a fresh citrus aroma. Its non-sticky formula washes out with shampoo and won't leave behind any residue or build-up.
Designed in collaboration with ex-Army Ranger Justin Gingrich, the White River GTI Knife is built to excel in survival situations. Its drop point steel blade has a black Ionbond coating for added resistance to wear, black and olive Micarta scales, and a Molle-compatible leather sheath. Made in Michigan.
Overall Length: 6.5" / Blade Length: 3.0" / Blade Thickness: 0.20" / Weight: 5 oz.
Issued to soldiers fighting in the Pacific Theater during WWII, and a standard issue tool to the Army thru Operation Desert Storm, the Woodman's Pal is still the same dependable tool it was seven decades ago. Recently it's been updated to include modern improvements to the blade, handle, and leather sheath while keeping the tool to traditional Mil-Spec. This combination axe and machete replaces several tools at once, with an ideal balance that lets the 1/8" thick high-carbon laser cut blade feel natural as you swing and strike. It measures 17 inches long overall, with an Amish ash wooden handle, hand guard, an 8-inch concave edge, and a 2-inch hook. Going a step beyond just "Made In USA", the Woodman's Pal has been 100% Made in Pennsylvania since 1941 and is backed by a lifetime guarantee. Included with the machete itself is the leather sheath, Lansky sharpening stone, and an authentic copy of the original 1941 owner's manual.