Watch our new best friend Deb 'Spoons' Perry rocking out to her cover of The Black Keys' "Lonely Boy" and feeding some kangaroos.
Luckily for Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy playing a bootlegging gangster is enough to get us to see John Hillcoat's prohibition flick. Also starring Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, Guy Pearce and Gary Oldman. In theaters August 31, 2012.
Immortalized on screen by Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski, Vuarnet's The Dude sunglasses will add some laid back vibes to your summer wardrobe. Dubbed model 03, the silhouette was originally launched in 1962 and was inspired by the oversized aviators of US Air Force pilots. The frames are made from a tough shape memory nylon for comfort and have integrated monobloc hinges as well as a removable bridge insert, while the grey polar lenses offer maximum protection against glare whether it's coming from the sun or your lighter. Made in France.
Lens Width: 56 / Bridge Width: 19 / Arm Length: 140
A modular tactical bag equipped to tackle your everyday missions, that's what the 5.11 All Missions Pack delivers. The backpack gets its versatility from a series of five interchangeable gear sets. Using a velcro surface, the different pouches attach to the exterior and are secured by four plastic clips, giving the pack the adaptability to be used by anyone from first responders and police officers to commuters and avid adventurers. When you need to stay organized, slap on the admin pouch for a day at the office or if you're heading out into the wilderness, attach the Hexgrid system. The geometric net allows pouches and gear to be mounted in different positions for quick access. There's also a med pouch, the 2-banger storage gearset, and the low profile double deploy. Available in three sizes.
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Seattle-based company Planetary Resources plans to expand the Earth's resources by targeting resource-rich asteroids and mining them for raw materials, ranging from water to precious metals. Backed by Google's Larry Page, Eric Schmidt and director James Cameron, the company is looking to start prospecting near-Earth asteroids in 2013.