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Yeti Roadie Wheeled Cooler

Yeti has introduced a new cooler, and it just might be their best cooler yet. Made for summer fun, the rugged Roadie is a wheeled hard cooler with a design that withstands the elements wherever your adventures take you. From the handle to its durable wheels, this thing is virtually indestructible. It also features tie-down slots and non-slip feet to hold it down in moving vehicles. Available in two sizes , the Roadie 48 with a capacity of up to 41 cans, and the Roadie 60 with a capacity of up to 51 cans. Both also have a tall-enough interior for wine bottles. 



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Traxxas Unlimited RC Desert Racer

After grabbing our attention with their fully licensed and highly detailed Land Rover Defender RC model, Traxxas are back again with the new and spectacular Unlimited Desert Racer. Engineered on an authentic, true to scale 4-wheel drive desert race truck chassis, the RC model captures true-scale realism and combines it with extreme 6s LiPo power and an impressive 50+ mph performance. Other mouthwatering details include a realistic 4-link rear suspension with solid r...
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TAIL AND NOSE BOOKENDS | BY SKATE-HOME | Image

TAIL AND NOSE BOOKENDS | BY SKATE-HOME

Skate-Home build original furniture always inspired by the skateboard shape, we have featured their beautiful Nollie Flip Stool before. Their latest product are these cool Tail & Nose Bookends, made with Canadian maple and skateboard wheels. Available in several colors from the Skate-Home webstore. If your a DIY fan, you could probably save yourself some cash and build them yourself using a recycled skateboard. Also check out our roundup on Recycled Skateboar...
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LIGHTHOUSE OFFICE

Architects Kagan Taylor and Justin Rice of Knowhow Shop have designed and built a new office for their design studio in their backyard. Named the Lighthouse Office, the micro-building is a place for work and an example that showcases their craft. The little structure is made of lightweight prefabricated panels, and built on industrial casters borrowed from roll-off dumpsters, meaning it can easily be moved around. It features a funky door with no right angles, a win...
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