A woven Nepalese-pattern cotton and tooled leather belt has just the right amount of culture and color to spruce up drab winter outfits. Plus, no one ever has to know you didn’t actually travel to the Himalayas to score it.
It’s still football season. Nothing says go team better than a Fred & Friends beer glass.* *Editor’s note: Even if your team choked big-time this year (and in a very heartbreaking, national championship kind of way last year), glasses of beer are still very relevant and useful.
Enough time has passed since Fargo to lessen any creepy associations with the trapper hat. Block Headwear’s fabric and faux fur version will keep his head and ears toasty warm without raising suspicions.
Pit masters can ditch the lighter fluid. The Looftlighter will burst charcoal into flames in seconds with a piping hot (over 1,000 degrees) stream of air. It may take some coaxing to break him of his routine, but you’ll get to grub that much faster.
The rustic tool looks like a piece of scrap construction material with a nail sticking out of it. We assume Brendan Ravenhill had the man’s man in mind when he came up with his magnetized bottle opener.
Best Made Company didn’t have paper cuts in mind when it assembled the emergency gear. Designed for woodsmen, loggers, and other people with at-risk limbs, the kit is equipped with a rescue blanket, splint, CPR mouth barrier, and almost a dozen other lifesaving supplies.
No matter what New Jersey wants to tell you, details don’t always have to be flashy. Jeremy Argyle’s well-crafted dress shirts have subtle accents and are meant to match perfectly with suits, khakis, and denim.
The dapper cloth encourages digital etiquette with a polite embroidered message. And when he wraps it around his phone, the silver fibers will block incoming calls and texts. All the same, we’d love for it to read “Turn that $#!* off.”