Nick Berke — also known as the mashup master Pogo — shows you how he creates movie remixing magic.
No matter how you pronounce it, your 7th grade self is still smirking inside. C.G.P. Grey tries to take your anus out of Uranus.
You know what you want from a towel, but they rarely deliver. The Onsen Bath Towels, however, check all the boxes that matter. Each one is lightweight, yet is made from cotton that is twice as strong as the regular stuff. Onsen uses extra-long staple Supima cotton, which is grown in America and among the finest in the world. The key to this obsessively designed towel isn't what they added, but rather what they eliminated. Most towels go through a chemical bathing process so that they feel soft and fluffy. Not Onsen. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen relies on premium natural materials and an old school softening process normally reserved for high-end apparel. Why does this matter? Because this is a towel that actually gets softer over time, the opposite of any towel we've ever seen.
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A recent addition to Frye's lineup of full-sized silhouettes, the Frye Folsom Combat Boot mixes military influences with premium materials. It comes in a variety of leathers, including the handsome redwood seen here, with raw leather laces and durable Goodyear welt construction.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then during Microsoft's announcement of their newest tablet the Surface, Apple must have been very flattered.