Does your Dopp kit need a refresher this year? Then this new offering from "This is Ground" may tick all the boxes. Created from top of the line tanned leather that would make Charles Doppelt proud, the Ritual Wash Kit has an aesthetic and internal organization that should satisfy any modern traveler. The leather will age beautifully and gain a patina unique to each user and the exterior design and architecture provides a kit that can be either laid flat or hung to free up countertop space. Shipping now and available in Cognac, Particle Gray or Mint (our personal fave).
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.
Gunner Dog Kennels
Gunner Kennels is engineering top notch products for that special dog in your life. Their G1 line of kennels reminds us of the YETI coolers and backpacks that we posted last week because of the quality construction, care and features that each of these carry cases comes with. Made from rotomolded polyethylene (which is the same stuff that ocean kayaks are made from) and hand crafted and finished in the USA, this kennel is as safe and secure as they come to prevent injuries and damage when traveling. Other features include double-wall construction, weather-repelling windows, an escape-proof door, and stainless steel hardware so you never have to worry about rust. If you're the adventuring type that loves to bring your pup with you on the road, then check out the G1 series of kennels from Gunner.