Theres always a lot of love and detail that go into shaping and glassing surfboards, but usually not a ton of thought goes into how people store and transport them. No Excuses Co. is aiming to change that with their new line of military inspired surfboard bags. Created from repurposed 22oz military tent canvas and featuring vegetable-tanned leather belts to secure the board in place, these bags provide active travelers with a sturdy and aesthetically pleasing option for transporting their sticks. The Military Board Bag can fit any board shorter than 7'0" long by 23.52" wide and when not in use, the bag rolls tight for easy storage.
Beefer High Temperature Grill
Most of the grills that you get from Home Depot or Lowes can only heat up to around 700 degrees Fahrenheit. While this is fine for occasional grilling, you need much higher temperatures to achieve the best results for steaks, fish and other meats. Enter the Beefer. This high-temperature gas grill is capable of heating up to an astounding 1500 degrees. At this temperature, you can produce a caramelizing sear in a matter of seconds and give steakhouse quality meats from your backyard. The form factor more closely resembles an in-house appliance and can be moved with greater ease than a traditional grill. Prices start at $899.
Lynq Personal Location Tracker
Perfect for the adventurous and nomadic readers out there, the Lynq Location Tracker is a handy personal location device that will make it so you're never lost. The device is dead easy to use and allows you to find and track friends and kids in remote areas, crowds, festivals and basically anywhere that has access to a GPS signal. Its fast, private and secure and doesn't require any monthly fees or even a smartphone to operate. The battery lasts for up to 3 days on a charge and the weight (including batteries) is a modest 73g so its a perfect addon for that backpacking trip. Currently funding on indiegogo with plans to ship in November.