The on-the-ropes running back reportedly admitted to smoking weed before taking a urine test.
The venerable IBM Model M keyboard is 30, and some iconic keyboards want to celebrate.
Very few of us know how to reliably pick a lock. First developed to let law enforcement enter locked areas, this Lock Pick Gun improves on the original while keeping things as simple as possible. Using the included picking needles, you just insert the tool into the lock and pull the trigger to unlock. It has an adjusting screw to allow for control of trigger sensitivity, slip-resistant grips for comfort, and also comes with a tension tool and instructions.
Invented in Norway in 1982, the Stikkan is a cast iron, wall-mounted tool that makes quick work of turning split wood into kindling, and is your new best friend if you've got a fireplace or wood-burning stove. Removed from the dangers of a hatchet, it uses a series of stepped rests to methodically and safely split large pieces of softwoods like pine and spruce (instead of seasoned hardwoods), getting your fire up and going much quicker. The Stikkan can be mounted indoors or out (mount it about 48" from the ground; four lag screws are included), and has zinc electroplating to help prevent rust. Made in Sweden and backed with at 10-year warranty.
With 0-60 acceleration in 3.2 seconds, autopilot mode, and more, seeing is believing in the Tesla S.
Get caught up on four seasons of zombie-slaughtering goodness in just nine minutes.
Nashville-based Imogene+Willie has long been one of our favorite, slightly-under-the-radar, indie denim makers. In search of creating the perfect pair of selvedge jeans that still incorporate the forgiving element of stretch without years of wear, we partnered with Imogene+Willie to source a fabric that would meet an extremely high standard of material quality. That led us to Japan, where we found the perfect blend of tough-wearing 13-ounce selvedge fabric with 3% stretch. The fabric is one of the toughest on the market, even winning over Imogene+Willie founder and denim aficionado Matt Eddmenson, who prior to this jean would only wear raw selvedge. To finish off the limited release in true Uncrate fashion, we blacked out the fabric, stitching, and hardware and gave each pair a water-dip finish to matte the color of the jeans from the first wear on. Cut in the brand's original and sought-after Barton Slim silhouette that's an ideal fit for most body types, it's a limited run of the jeans we'll be wearing for years to come.
Sizing: True To Size / Take Your Most Common Jean Size / Stretch Recovery Keeps Jeans Their Listed Size
Sporting a look that is almost as iconic as his music, Bob Dylan is the subject of this limited print. The framed print finds the then 25-year-old Dylan walking past a shop window in London during the final stops on his 1966 world tour. The London gig would not only be the last on the tour but is also the last major tour Dylan would embark on until 1974. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"