stuff we drool about

Spidi Neck Airbag Vest

Spidi are world leaderīs in motorcycle apparel and accessories, they are also renown for their award-winning and innovative safety ideas for motorcyclists. Their lightweight airbag vest is an essential piece of gear for any rider, it hides a double cushion that will inflate in 2 tenths of a second around the userīs neck, providing precious protection in such a sensible area in case of crash. The system is triggered via a wire that is attached to the bike, and after inflation it can be reset simply by installing a new C02 cartridge.

Learn more at Spidi or purchase now from Amazon




spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-2.jpg | Image

spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-3.jpg | Image

spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-4.jpg | Image

spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-5.jpg | Image

spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-6.jpg

spidi-neck-dps-1-jacket-7.jpg

LEATHER IPAD CASE | BY TEMPLE BAGS | Image

LEATHER IPAD CASE | BY TEMPLE BAGS

This top seller at Temple Bags is a timeless case to protect your new iPad. The canvas is World War II military material that has been salvaged from old duffel bags then re-purposed into unique bags. Every bag is guaranteed to be one-of-a-kind and the genuine oiled saddle leather will only increase in beauty as time passes....
read more
CAMEL LEATHER WALLET | BY HOBO | Image

CAMEL LEATHER WALLET | BY HOBO

Beads always work when well applied, weīve featured some examples like the very cool "Mosley tribes beaded sunglasses". This camel leather folding wallet by "Hobo" features a great beaded detail . It features a coin holder as well as room for credit cards and notes. Size 3.75” x 4”....
read more
PAXIS PACK | Image

PAXIS PACK

Paxis Pack is a smart backpack that enables you to retrieve your most used items quickly and safely. Paxis Pack features a specially designed articulated swingarm that moves to the front of you in a stable and secure fashion, giving you hands free access to the lower pouch of your backpack. Itīs just perfect to store all the stuff you need to get access to without having to take it from your back, dismounting it, and having to do it all over again every time you nee...
read more