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Miir 32 Ounce Howler

Miir 32 Ounce Howler

Is Miir’s 32 Ounce Howler the perfect bottle for transporting your craft beer? Close to it, anyhow. These handy howlers are made of double-walled stainless steel for a vacuum-insulated seal that keeps cold things cold for upwards of 24 hours, or hot things hot for up to twelve. They also sport sleek clamping caps sealed with food grade silicone that are guaranteed leak-proof even when filled with carbonated beverages, and remain extremely easy to clean thanks to their threadless design. Available in two color options, either raw stainless or rugged powder coated black. Hit up Miir for details or to preorder – $40 The post Miir 32 Ounce Howler appeared first on GearHungry. [Read entire post]

Muse

Muse

Form the greatest habit of a lifetime with Muse, a brain sensing headband that improves brain function, emotional well-being and mental fitness with as little as three minutes mind training a day. Connect the headband to your personal device via Bluetooth for instant feedback on grey matter activity. It’s a no brainer. [Read entire post]

Nike Free Trainer 3.0 V3

Nike Free Trainer 3.0 V3

Try saying this fast for a couple of times in a row: Nike Free Trainer 3.0 V3. Once your “Free” becomes “Three” you can read on. The Nike Free Trainer…Visit Man of Many for the full post. [Read entire post]

Adidas Superstar II Review

Adidas Superstar II Review

There are shoes that are made to last and there be pairs that are only good for the hype. Check out the Adidas Superstar II and be the judge as to what category they fit better. Read on to know more about these trainers and know why almost everybody else owns a pair or two. The Look When it comes to look and style, only two words come to mind: classic and nice. Really, that’s everything you can say about this pair. On hindsight, one may think that these shoes are just for the regular johns. Well, maybe. The look and style of this pair is not for those … [Read entire post]

Reigning Champ Sea to Sky Polartec Power Dry Collection

Reigning Champ Sea to Sky Polartec Power Dry Collection

Athletic essentials from the Canadian favorite. [Read entire post]

Moment Case

Moment Case

It only takes a few rolls of film to realize you know nothing about photography. So now you’re ready to discard dad’s old 35mm in favor of something easier. Enter iPhone 6. And with the Moment case, you can make your new phone even better for photography. It features a shutter button, lens, and strap attachment. Another funded Kickstarter project. For purchase information, Click Here [Read entire post]

Today in Gear: January 30, 2015

Today in Gear: January 30, 2015

Designer cycling jerseys, wallpaper for those below the age of 83, the history of TV in Los Angeles and more. …Read More » [Read entire post]

Inverted Skyscraper LED Lights

Inverted Skyscraper LED Lights

Gone are the days of the bargain basement four pack of 40W incandescent bulbs because LED bulbs are more energy efficient, longer lasting and cheaper (in the long run). Spiral CFL bulbs are great for all those reasons, but they’re not exactly what we’d call display pieces. Layers in Design has a new line of 3D-printed skyscraper bulb covers that hang from your ceiling like some of the inverted architecture from Inception or Upside Down. Appropriately named the Stalactite collection, … [Read entire post]

Christy Mack Penthouse Babe of the Day

Christy Mack Penthouse Babe of the Day

Christy Mack Penthouse Babe of the Day @ChristyMack [Read entire post]

The NFL Doesn’t Control Football, Nobody Does

The NFL Doesn’t Control Football, Nobody Does

Football was made for television. Well, it was remade for television anyway. If you actually watch footage of a Yale vs. Harvard blowout from the thirties, the first thing you’ll think is: “I could run for 10,000 yards a season against that defense.” The second thing you think is: “This looks like mayhem.” That’s right. It was mayhem. Today’s NFL contests don’t look like that at all. There are seven officials working each game. They all have flags – Youngstown State coach Dwight Beede invented those during a mess of a game against Oklahoma City in 1941 – and whistles and disturbingly well-developed biceps. There are coaches and coordinators and everyone is wearing a headset. The least put together coaching staff (read: the Patriots coaching staff) … [Read entire post]