The legend continues in 2013.
The sounds of Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky, compiled from the clicking, licking, and zipping of his films.
Made in Portugal, these boxer briefs combine comfort with a contemporary slim silhouette and CDLP's signature waistband. Each pair is crafted from an eco-friendly wood pulp that is refined into a cushy, durable fabric that is smoother than silk and softer than cotton. The naturally anti-bacterial briefs are finished with an enhanced pouch for comfort and fit. Choose from individual pairs or three-packs.
Practical, tough, and built to last. That describes just about everything Filson makes, but possibly none more than this backpack. It's made with industrial-strength rugged twill to quietly fend off daily wear and tear, while a padded back and shoulder straps prioritize your comfort. The pack has one main compartment, one zippered pocket, and an interior pocket sized to carry up to a 15" laptop. Made in the USA and available in black and sepia, the Bandera delivers a timeless look and years of reliability.
Height: 17" / Width: 12.5" / Depth: 5.5"
There's no better way for Joaquin Phoenix to return to acting than as a crazed drifter launching a Scientology-type religion with Philip Seymour Hoffman. Oh, and it's written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. In theaters October 12, 2012.
Without missing a beat — provided by Gary Barlow — Will Smith takes a minute to recite the verses that began his reign as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Designed for all-day wear, Herschel's Ultralight Daypack can transition from the sidewalk to the trail with ease. Its nylon ripstop construction and clip-fastening storm lid help keep the elements out and the latter has a zippered pocket into which the entire bag can be stowed. It also has an internal storage sleeve for a laptop or tablet, a front storage sleeve for smaller items, dual water bottle pockets, support for hydration systems via a port, Prusik loop system, and air mesh straps.
Height: 18.5" / Width: 10" / Depth: 6" / Capacity: 20L
Director Alex Emslie demonstrates how conflicts within the workplace are best settled with a little head-severing Kung-Fu.