stuff we drool about

Leaf House

Leaf House lets you set your own cabin any place in the great outdoors! The company based in Canada, specializes in making tiny portable houses that are built on trailer ranging from 16´ to 20´ in length, and made with reclaimed materials, natural finishes, and ecologically friendly building products. Each portable home is custom made to the exact specifications of the owner, features full amenities and is insulated for severe winter climates. The Leaf tiny houses take between 4 and 6 months to build, you can expect to pay between $26,000 and $50,000. 



leaf-house-2.jpg | Image

leaf-house-3.jpg | Image

leaf-house-4.jpg | Image

leaf-house-5.jpg | Image

leaf-house-6.jpg

leaf-house-7.jpg

leaf-house-8.jpg

ARMY MAN BOTTLE OPENER | Image

ARMY MAN BOTTLE OPENER

We continue in our military mood with this fun Army Man Bottle Opener. The soldier-shaped bottle opener is styled after the popular plastic toy figurine, but is made from die-cast metal. Open beers with military precision! Great gift for the Army man in your family. via...
read more
BIKE SAFE | Image

BIKE SAFE

Bike Safe S is another great bicycle storage solution by Italian design studio Vadolibero, the same company behind the brilliant Bike Shelf. Bike Safe S is a unique stainless steel wall-mount that doubles as a powerful lock for those of us who really love their bikes and therefore take security issues very seriously. The bespoke steel lock is provided with an anti picking radial pins tumbler cylinder and it carries individual tubular keys. It is also  is equipp...
read more
MITI CAMP STOVE | Image

MITI CAMP STOVE

Miti Camp Stove is aimed at the outdoors fans, so clearly stated in its name, it will let you get a fire going to cook or heat whatever you want, at your base camp. Its special features are that its design enables you to use a simple quartered log as a base for it, the log will burn from the inside out, for quite some time, so this possibility turns your gear much lighter because there´s no real need to carry a conventional stove base, the base stays in place using ...
read more