We’ve dealt favorably with the Saddleback Leather company in the past, and we’ve got nothing but great things to say about their bags (especially the coffee-colored Overnight Bag). Anyway, we’re here to show their oft-missed section of leather accessories a little love.
These leather mouse pads come in the same 4 colors of leather as the bags do – black, chestnut, coffee brown, and tobacco – and we presume they have the same 100 year warranty that the bags do. Though, if you’re mousing that hard, you’ve got bigger issues to consider than your mouse pad budget.
The mouse pads were originally made for the Saddleback owner’s desk, and they’re crafted with full grain leather, high density Neoprene inner padding, and a suede no slip or scratch bottom. They all cost $32 – a deal for the last mouse pad you’ll ever have to buy. So, head to Saddleback Leather and get yours now.
Punch Cigars wants you to be King of the Deck this Summer. That’s why they’re here to giveaway 3 smoker boxes filled with a Punch Rare Corojo Magnum, a Punch Magnum, a Punch Gran Puro Rancho and the new Punch Upper Cut Robusto. To win, friend us on Facebook…
…and tell us why you’re King of the Grill. We’ll announce the best three answers next week, and the winners get a free smoker box filled with smokes!
Even if you’re not the winner, though, we still want you to have a hot and smokey Summer dominating the backyard grilling scene on your block with your signature panache, delicious recipes, and perfectly-paired cigars. That’s why we talked to Punch Cigar’s Barry Martin about what smokes to smoke while your smoking meat, and just what exactly makes a man King of the Grill. READ MORE
Everybody loves our sugar daddy, Break.com. They’ve got some of the nut-crushingingly best online videos out there. But it’s not all just found gold. Break’s Creative Labs wants your help deciding on their next original short.
There’s three concepts up for grabs. Head to the voting page, now, to help decide which one deserves to be made, and then made famous.
Nate is one of four 20 something year old friends who all won the Powerball state lottery on the same ticket. Combined, they won 72 million dollars. The only issue is that they are all idiots. They have no wives or girlfriends, jobs or goals. They live in a modest rental house together, and every week they struggle to spend their enormous wealth in a different, ridiculous way in order to give their lives meaning. VOTE
Larry has been unlucky in love. He wants to know why. Larry is going to reunite with every one of his exes and try to figure out why he has failed at love his whole life. VOTE
Carson was never good at sports when he was in grade school, and he was always picked last. Sadly, Carson is now 25, and still not good, having been kicked off his work’s softball team. Carson sets out to prove everyone wrong by competing in grade school kids’ sports as the dominant athlete he knows he is. VOTE
Why so serious? Because this motorcycle is a full scale, 1:1 working replica of the prone-position motorcycle that Batman rides in “The Dark Knight.” Seriously. It’s not fully street legal, but it is definitely fully for sale.
The Custom Batpod as it’s called is for sale on eBay for the next week. It took 2 months of research just to start building, and was completed with over 1,000 man hours poured into it. It runs on a high output 650cc 4 stroke, water cooled engine with direct port nitrous injection. It even has dual 50 caliber machine guns, grenade launchers, and grappling hooks (none functional) protruding off the front end.
It’s got a buy it now price of $100,000, or you can make an offer of your own over at the ebay page right now. It’s being sold as a non-functioning movie prop for legal reasons, and it’s in Satellite Beach, FL. All you have to do to make it (illegally) drivable is connect the chain yourself. Otherwise, you can pay to have it shipped right to your own bat cave.
You may be wondering even now: What is a lucid dream? It’s quite simple, really. You may have already had a few on accident. A lucid dream is when you’re dreaming, and your conscious mind realizes that you’re dreaming. So have you ever had a lucid dream?
If you’ve ever had a moment where you think “Hey, is a dream,” and it is, then you’ve had a lucid dream.
What are lucid dreams? That isn’t anything to phone home about, but where it gets interesting is when dreamers can purportedly control their dreams – or at least parts of them. This means you can bend space and time, Matrix style. You can fly with no wings, you can shoot lasers out of your eyes, and you and dream-Miranda Kerr can finally consummate your relationship. Sound too good to be true? Yeah, a lot of people think that. READ MORE
Finally, a sensible solution for customizing and creating your own brand of donuts in the comfort of your own home. No longer will have you be forced to wear pants, shirts, and shoes when the donut monkey climbs on your back.
The aptly-named Mini Donut Factory is what a George Foreman grill would be if George Foreman were Homer Simpson. There’s not fat-catching tray on this thing (unless you consider the donuts themselves the fat-catchers). The Mini Donut Factory includes a recipe book so you can make your own donuts, but it also works with “any store-bought donut mix” (they have that in stores?). It’s just $20, and you can get it from Think Geek.
Bake delicious fresh donuts in less than 4 minutes
His charm is so contagious, vaccines have been created for it. He’s been known to cure narcolepsy, just by walking into a room. He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels. His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man’s entire body.
Even his enemies list him as their emergency contact number. He’s a lover, not a fighter, but he’s also a fighter, so don’t get any ideas. When it is raining, it is because he is thinking of something sad. His shirts never wrinkle. He is left-handed. And right-handed. If he were to mail a letter without postage, it would still get there. He has amassed an incredibly large DVD library, and it is said that he never once alphabetized it.
And he’s here to talk to Made Man. We had a chat with actor Jonathan Goldsmith, the man behind the Most Interesting Man in the World. And, while Jonathan admits that he isn’t exactly like his Dos Equis-borne persona, he isn’t far off. Read on to find out who his idols are, his advice to you for becoming more interesting, and, yes, what he drinks when he’s not always drinking beer. Read the full interview.
Based in the mysterious and entrancing Roanoke, VA, Silver Tears wooden, teardrop-shaped campers are as classic as any muscle car or well-fitting suit. They pack a shocking amount into a tiny package in unsurpassed style – the pinnacle of masculine efficiency.
But, it’ll cost you. These made-to-order units start in the neighborhood of $17,000. But for a camper that you can be proud of (and your kids can be proud of…and their kids, too) it’s more an investment in both the good times you’re going to have in it, and the style in which you’ll have them. Silver Tears campers are what you probably would see through the gold-colored lens of a film like “A River Runs Through It,” and you’re Brad Pitt. Just, with less of a gambling problem.
The transitions between disciplines are some of the most important parts of the triathlon. A botched transition could lose you 30 seconds or more. The amount of energy to make that up in the actual race is no laughing matter. You need to streamline.
That’s where the Scott T2 Pro comes in. It’s the world’s first sneaker with a triathlon-specific entry system designed to get you in and out of your running shoes in as little time as possible. They’re light, too, at 230g, and have a wide toe box which fits people with a netural gait – a shoe with pretty wide appeal.
Here’s how it works: the heel cup folds down like a rear-entry downhill ski boot allowing you to slip your foot in quickly. You can even keep your shoes laced up. With your foot in, you simply snap the heel cup back into place over your heel, repeat the process on the other foot, and you’re on the road. Head over to Scott to find a dealer near you.
Made Man was recently able to catch up with "The Megan Fox of North Hollywood," a Canadian import that (likely) tastes better than Molson, Veronika London. This catch-of-a-Canuck was born in Mexico City, moved North, then came to Hollywood and started turning some heads.
She’s been in mostly saucy productions. She’s starred in "Stripped," "Lingerie," "The Elusive Man," "Body Language" and has been featured in Maxim Magazine. You could say she’s comfortable in her own skin.
Her newest role, though, is in the drama "Jane Doe" in which she has the slightly more complicated role of a prostitute suffering from both heroin addiction and amnesia. Sounds like "Memento" meets "Requiem for a Dream" meets the "Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show" to us. Count us in. READ MORE…