The Lowepro Whistler series was designed and developed for the outdoor photographer in need of a mid sized, high-performance tech-pack to carry around equipment in safety and comfort, with customizable dividers. This backpack is able to carry a DSLR machine with a mounted lens on it, and up to 3 additional lenses, a flash, a GoPro camera plus some accessories and other outdoor gear that you may need on your adventurous journey. Built with the brandsī known and recognized quality, with an understated look but loads of small details that provide huge versatility, like the detachable all weather cover or the possibility to attach heavy gear onto it. You can choose between two different capacities to fit your needs, in a discreet dark grey look. watch the video
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Aquabot Water Bottle may very well be your thirstīs worse enemy, itīs a unique water bottle because it turns into a pressure one, making it possible to accumulate pressure within and manage the way water is supplied with a variable flow control trigger. You get three options: a mister, a shower gun or streamer. Perfect for hydrating, cleaning, or to have just pure water battle fun, because you can spray it for up to 25 feet! You can choose two different capacities and a wide array of color combos. Itīs the perfect companion on your outdoor journeys, on the beach, hiking or just plain camping. Aquabot comes with 2 attachment points for lanyards, and works upside down for extra convenience. watch the video
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Originally designed by modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 for an affordable getaway home competition, the small U-shaped beach house sketches didnt leave the page. Until Louis Vuitton developed the beautiful project recently, by building the modern waterfront retreat (in the beach-side garden at The Raleigh Hotel on Miamis South Beach) using sketches and drawings almost eighty years after it was first conceived. The end result is this private hideaway amongst nature with magical views of the sea.
Popslate is a new accessory that you can get if youīre the proud owner of an iPhone 6, it offers an extra screen on the back of your device, a protective case and extra battery, so itīs quite the prop
it lets you get a second screen on the opposite side of the regular one, featuring a super low energy e-Paper screen, you can use it to display what you need, whether itīs a map, an e-ticket or just a screen saver that you think is cool, Popslate gives a new life to your iPhoneīs back without having to unlock it. You can customize and program the images you want it to display such as photos, maps, social network, notifications, even the news or weather, always on. Popslate is smart, thin, light and really useful, you can still use your deviceīs features without wasting precious power juice. watch the video
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WingLights is a new safety accessory designed and developed by the creative minds at Cycl. Bearing in mind that every bike rider needs to see and more importantly, be seen by motorists, they came up with WingLights. A turning indicator light system that you mount at the end of your handlebar, which you can then activate with a touch of a button that you have on each one of them, they will stay on for about 45 secs, or you can turn them off by repressing the activation button. One of its great features is that you can attach them or detach them from the handlebars simply by pulling them off and placing them on thanks to a powerful magnet system, this way you prevent theft, you can then stick them together and use the included carabiner to attach where you wish. watch the video
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Sidetracked started as a website created by web designer John Summerton as an escape from his freelance work, it has featured many tales of extreme adventure from incredible expeditions all around the world. Recently, Sidetracked has made a transition to print (now in its fourth volume) and this unique journal showcases a series of breathtaking extreme travel tales, in which extraordinary people push themselves well beyond the realm of the everyday. The magazineīs stunning imagery provides a unique glimpse into the life of an adventurer, and lets you live vicariously through each journal entry.
The creative minds at Horse Cycles have developed a beautiful and functional Sidecar Bicycle thatīs made for both work and play. It features a specially designed and super strong frame, made with chromoly steel, that supports a sidecar with a hardwood platform that can easily carry around 100 lbs, supported by a 12 inch wheel. Use it to deliver heavy packages around town, take your dog for a bike tour, your surf gear to the beach, or get the groceries you need to fill up your fridge for the week. With a classic combo of wood & steel, black and brown and with a solid build and look, this bike will surely endure the hardest chores and will also be there for the good moments. It offers Brooks England saddle and grips, and you can choose the plank on the sidecar, get either regular oak or planks from the Coney Island Boardwalk salvaged from hurricane Sandy. Versatile, understated and made with the know-how of old school American industry, when things were built proudly and would last for ages. watch the video
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