The ocean has lots of surprises — you never know what might be at the end of your fishing line. Watch this offshore fisherman hook something a little bigger than he was expecting.
Reaching speeds of up to 80 MPH, Matthew Mortensen takes us on a one minute thrill ride on the Olympic doubles luge track in Sochi.
There's nothing more essential than a basic hoodie and this one from Norse Projects is an ideal candidate to add to your wardrobe. Made from diagonal loopback cotton fleece, this durable sweatshirt will be in your rotation for years to come. Its classic detailing is finished with an adjustable double layer drawstring hood, a kangaroo pocket, and ribbed cuffs and hem. Layer it over a shirt or under a denim jacket, pair it with joggers or your favorite jeans, its versatility is unrivaled.
Sizing: True To Size / Take Your Most Common Size
Designed in 1957 for tram drivers in Torino, Italy, Persol's 649 is arguably the company's most well-recognized silhouette. This made it an ideal choice for their first collaboration, done with French clothing brand A.P.C. Instead of altering the classic shape, the two brands decided to create new colorways. Among the three, this rendering in white acetate is our favorite, created in homage to Kurt Cobain's iconic cat-eye Christian Roth frames and finished with gray gradient lenses. They arrive in a co-branded, two-tone Persol x A.P.C. snap carry case.
It's getting very close now. With the fourth season of HBO's Game of Thrones just over a month away, here's the second trailer to slake your burning thirst — or make the wait even more unbearable.
As a spare-time project, Pier Paolo created this animated timeline of some of film's most classic characters — a distilled history of film in one minute.
First introduced in 1928, the Schott NYC "Perfecto" (named for founder Irving Schott's favorite type of cigar) is the quintessential motorcycle jacket. In the 40s, the brand evolved the style to the three pocket design or the "One Star" with a small coin flap pocket that was a custom option that later became a standard feature. The mainstream took note when Marlon Brandon donned the jacket while starring in The Wild One in 1953 and its popularity hasn't waned since. Made in the USA, the hand-vintaged jacket uses semi-aniline cowhide to resist the elements, while an attached belt, zippered sleeve cuffs, and a durable 100% cotton flannel lining sewn into the body of the jacket to assist with wind protection. In keeping with their original custom style, the Perfecto model 626VN is lighter than other models and is designed to fit tighter than most for a classic bold look. The iconic American garment is finished with nickel-plated brass hardware.
Length: 26" (Length is a measurement in inches from the point where the collar joins the jacket back to the bottom of the jacket)
Sizing: The jacket is made to fit snug out of the box but will mold to your frame over time. Take your normal size.
The Seed Ranch Flavor Company makes sophisticated flavors for everyday use. They hand-select fresh, quality ingredients from farms around the world to create sauces that take your meals to the next level. Choose from their Umami Sauce: a mild, earthy, rich sauce featuring porcini mushrooms, capers, and kelp fronds that is perfect for cooking, marinating, grilling, and dousing. Or try their Smoked Jalapeno Sauce for a smokey-sweet, medium heat that features chipotle peppers, dates, and carrots and goes great with eggs, burritos, and BBQ.
The honeymoon is over. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon seem to be going through a rough spot, as all friends do - except this row is for a worthy cause.