Known boot companies may have maintained their constructions and designs for a century, but that doesn’t matter when their boots tend to be ridiculously uncomfortable, or require some kind of “breaking in” process. Thursday Boots are comfortable out of the box.
The last time I bought a couch, I looked at more than 4000 before finally settling. Then I had to figure out if it would fit through my door.
The Feenix Dimora is a 13.8 x 11 inch hard gaming mouse pad with a reflective surface to improve tracking, and incredible glide. I’ve tested a ridiculous number of mice, gaming and otherwise, on it since 2013, all of which have been improved by its micro textured surface. I’ve also compared more mouse pads than I can…
Without much fanfare, Amazon’s Alexa is assimilating the Internet of Things, and has become the only intelligent personal assistant I actually remember to use. Here’s an ever more interesting list of integrations.
Having lost some decent sunglasses swimming in Aruba, and another set kayaking in Hawaii, I could probably use an insurance policy.
Available in 3, 5, and 8-hook lengths, and in multiple color combinations, there’s an Umbra Flip for every anteroom. The fold up hooks and hidden mounting hardware make for a clean look that’s also tactile, and the hardwood and nickel-plated cast-metal construction looks and feels premium. I bought mine in 2009.
The ability to create quality margherita pizza at home negates several of the few remaining reasons to leave the house.
There are countless beautiful options for showcasing and storing your headphones when they’re not in use. Some of them even provide added functionality.
Ghost Paper uses texture, rather than ink, to create the alternating embossed and debossed lines on its pages. The effect is subtle, even invisible at certain angles, and straddles the line of offering tactile feedback without interrupting pen and pencil marks.
For hardcore waffle fans only.
The What? Watch Calendar Watch, which is not a gadget from Doctor Who, marries an E-Paper display to a connected watch movement with beautiful results.
The acceleration from zero to sixty in men’s premium grooming happened fast, and phase two has seen companies like Oars + Alps and Mavericks design to cut through the noise. Now Rudy’s has stepped into the ring with three great products made for pretty much everyone, and priced to shame the competition. We’re sold.