We all know that we need to drink more water, but carrying around bulky Nalgenes is for college students and gym rats. Zoku has a solution for the rest of us. Their new line of sleek vacuum insulated bottles combine both form and function. The stainless steel bottles can keep your cold beverages cold for up to 70 hours and hot beverages hot for up to 15 hours. They are crafted from a heavy gauge 18/8 stainless steel and feature rounded contours and a removable paracord lanyard to make transport and backpack-stowing a breeze. Available in 12oz,18oz and 25oz and starting at $26 dollar.
Zoku Stainless Steel Water Bottles
Priority Bicycles Classic Plus - NeverFlat Edition
Building on the award winning design of their Classic model, the Classic Plus Neverflat is the next evolution for maintenance-free bicycles. Priority has taken to replacing many of the components that are known to break down in traditional commuter bikes. They have replaced the normal, dirty bike chain with a rust-free, grease free carbon drive belt. They replaced puncture-prone tires with a worry-free NeverFlat Airless rendition. The frame is ultralight and rustproof aluminum. The leather seat is weather resistant and vegan friendly. And most importantly, the price - at $524 - is a fraction of what you'd pay for typical commuter bikes that need to be service and maintained at a higher frequency.
HemiSERE Titanium Lapel Knife
As a blade nerds who also love spy movies, whats not to like about the new Label Knife from HemiSERE? The knife is made from a titanium/ceramic composite, has a non-slip grip with a wharncliffe blade profile to maximize cutting ability and weighs in at less than a nickel, allowing you to easily conceal under your label without impacting your performance. The HemiSERE created what they dub 'glue dots' which are attached to the back of the knife and allow you to directly conceal under your label, sleeve, under a credit card or even in a slim phone case. Finally, the overall design and crafting of the blade is modeled after the same tools used by Agent of the Office of Strategic Services, a precursor to the CIA. Pretty badass, right?