Eye protection is becoming more and more important, especially for medical professionals. But most options are bulky and not flattering. Stoggles is changing that with their certified safety glasses that look and feel like classic frames. Stoggles are like everyday goggles, with an anti-fog coating to keep vision clear while wearing a mask, and blue light filtering to reduce eye strain and improve sleep. They've already sold over 250,000 pairs after the biggest eyewear crowdfunding campaign in history and were named one of the "100 best innovations of 2020" by Popular Mechanics.
Presented by Stoggles.
Presented by Stoggles.
While hardly the first item you think of before heading to the slopes, a quality pair of socks can help make for a more enjoyable day. Endeavor's were built to do just that. They're a mid-weight pair with medium-density cushioning for comfort, a breathable blend of insulating fibers for warmth, and elastic ankle and calf support for a secure fit.
94% Polyester / 3% Polyamide / 3% Elastane
Our phones are typically not very clean, and they're likely to get even dirtier away from home. The CleanTray To-Go is designed to keep it and your other EDC essentials as sanitary as possible. Its UV lights kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria in just 30 seconds, and the soft shell interior compartment is big enough to hold phones, keys, wallets, masks, and other personal items. Its USB-rechargeable battery provides up to 80 cycles per charge, and the magnetic zipper prevents accidental activation.
"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." Steve Jobs opened the Mac team's January 1983 retreat with these words, hoping to retain a rebel spirit within the growing group. Later that year, the team was forced to relocate to a larger building, and programmer Steve Capps had the bright idea of flying a pirate flag above the building in a show of solidarity. While Capps sewed the black cloth for the flag, it was designer Susan Kare who painted the skull and crossbones, finished off with a rainbow Apple logo eyepatch. The original flew over the building for more than a year and has since been lost — but now you have a chance to purchase one of your own. Hand-painted by Susan Kare in her California studio, each flag measures 3' x 5', is meant for indoor display only, and is limited to a maximum of 500 examples, all of which will be slightly unique in appearance.