Take that, Subway. You just got slapped in the face with all that Quiznos meat.
The Titan's Chris Johnson gets proper treatment from the folks who own CJ2K in their fantasy football leagues. You do know you should be drafting Ray Rice this year instead, right?
When Kelly Slater started OuterKnown, he proved that sustainability and style can go hand-in-hand. Their Puffer Jack is a prime example. The coat features a ripstop shell made from recycled polyester that's been treated with a PFOA-free water repellent finish. Insulated with responsibly-sourced duck-down, its 700 fill power offers a heavier layer of warmth while maintaining a low profile. A full front zipper, two zippered side pockets, and a drawstring closure hem finish off the details and when it's not in use, the whole thing neatly folds up into the interior pockets.
The air is full of pathogens, and masks can only do so much. The CleanLight Air Purifier ensures the air is clean before you breathe it in, no matter where you are. Using UV-C rays, the portable device quietly kills 99.99% of airborne viruses, bacteria, and germs, while its 360-degree Hepa filter removes 99% of particles including dust, mold, and pet dander within a 161-square-foot range. It's roughly the size of a thermos, making it ideal to take to the office or sit in the cup holder of your car, and features a USB-output to charge devices. For a mood boost, there's also an aromatherapy sponge to infuse the clean air with essential oils.
Diameter: 2.6in / Height: 6.7in Weight: 10.5 oz
Dear Starburst, we want more commercials starring this annoyed undead gentleman. You are boring us back to death with your other commercials.
Mountaineer Yukio Yamaf founded Snow Peak in 1958. With the help of his son, Tohru, the company has evolved from a small line of climbing products in Niigata Prefecture, Japan, to an international outdoor brand. Their design-driven, legacy-grade gear and apparel have reimagined the way people connect with nature. In this issue of B, the magazine explores Snow Peak's legacy and the fundamentals that propelled them to where they are today.
Bell & Ross has a wide range of premium timepieces in its growing family, and this reimagined GMT points directly to the brand's first passion, Aviation. The new version of the watch is their first square GMT to use an external rotating bezel, which is cloaked in red and black colors that nod to the rich tradition of onboard flight instruments. The BR 03-93 provides time in three different locations around the world and is powered by the caliber BR-CAL.303 automatic mechanical movement. Each timepiece is finished with a black calfskin leather strap that can be easily swapped out for an ultra-resilient black NATO strap when the situation demands.
Presented by Bell & Ross
Presented by Bell & Ross