Have a need to carry an entire 12-pack into the backyard battle? Forget the big-pocketed cargo shorts and grab yourself a Hops Holster ($30). This tactical drinking apparatus lets you carry 12 beers, Rambo-style, on your torso. Because you can never have enough PBR on hand.
If the Coway Air Purifier proved that air purification systems don't have to be ugly, the Airwake ($TBA) proves that you don't need a spaceship-like interior design sense to make one blend in. Wrapped in a stylish shell of ash wood and steel, the Airwake is ready to clean the air in any room in the house. Just don't be surprised when house guests ask where you got that stylish new speaker. [Thanks, Erik]
After a night of one too many drinks, the toxins in your liver basically kill any chance of you staying productive in the morning. Plus you feel like crap. And after months of engineering in the lab, Morning Recovery's new formula is more effective at helping you rebound than ever. Developed with scientists at the USC, Silicon Valley-backed drink is formulated with ten times the amount of their proprietary DHM extract — their liver superhero — than the previous version. It also includes NAC to crush more toxins, while a mix of electrolytes is more than what you get out of a sports energy drink. Each serving is non-GMO, vegan, and free of caffeine, lactose, soy, and nuts and helps you feel better and do more than you've ever done after a night of drinking.
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A tough hiking boot makes a world of difference, but during warm weather months, you need something lighter and breathable. Built with a carbon-washed textile upper and a moisture-wicking air mesh liner, Danner's Mountain 600 EnduroWeave was made to dominate the summer climate and terrain of the Pacific Northwest. The boots also combine a cushioning Vibram SPE midsole for maximum rebound on the trails and a Fuga outsole for the control you need when navigating wet and dry surfaces. Available in brown and black.
Ditch the numbers and go with the gesture-based security of the Master Lock Speed Dial ($13). The Speed Dial retains the looks of Master's traditional combination locks, but uses an analog nub-style rocker to open using a sequence of up, down, left, and right movements. We're not sure why, but we think there might be one sequence that will be more popular than all others.
Hide your precious data inside the unassuming casing of a video game classic with NES Hard Drives ($130-$180). Available in capacities up to 1TB, these 2.5-inch Toshiba drives feature USB interfaces, all stuck inside games like The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, or everyone's favorite code-driven shoot 'em up, Contra.