Keep all of your EDC in the same place with the Phone Plank ($30). This minimalist wooden shelf has ample space on the top to keep your phone, wallet, and sunglasses, with a magnet on the bottom to hang your keys (don’t worry, the magnet won’t screw up your phone).
We’re not sure if it’s the delicious taste of the pickles, or the clean packaging that draw us to Stu’s Sour Pickles ($11), but we are fans regardless. The product of Stu’s Heritage Foods, these pickled cucumbers provide a delectable blend of sweet, spicy, and sour. Get them for snacks, or appetizers for your next bro-party, either way, you will enjoy. Oh yeah, Stu also makes a fine Bloody Mary mix.
Few things are more essentially manly than a Playboy Magazine, which is why we recommend Playboy’s Greatest Covers ($24) for your next coffee table book purchase. Compiled by Playboy contributor Damon Brown, curated by Hugh Hefner, with a foreword by Pamela Anderson herself (!), this book will undoubtedly have you turning the pages and browsing through decades of beauty.
In light of the upcoming Star Wars movies, sans Lucas, it’s time to pay homage to the six original (and some not so original) epic tales in Star Wars: The Complete Saga ($90). Covering Episodes I-VI, this Blue Ray series will make sure you never forget Lucas’ timeless work on one of the great stories ever told.
Wrestling today pales in comparison to the spectacular display of testosterone that took place between the ropes during the 80s and 90s. Show your true fanhood with this WWF Wrestling Legends Minimalist Poster Set ($50-$70). These posters feature the four pinnacles of wrestling’s heyday: Hulk Hogan, André the Giant, Macho Man Randy Savage, and the Ultimate Warrior.
Ben Franklin’s 13 Virtues are some of the greatest pillars of advice in history, this fact is not lost on the gentlemen at Duke & Winston. Their 13 Virtues Collection ($32) features each of the virtues on a super-soft t-shirt, so you can rep your favorite virtue all day long. We are going to guess that the guy who picks “Humility” is going for the ironic t-shirt angle.
There are few things more nostalgic than a hand-made sling-shot, and Hella Slingshots ($20+) brings back some great memories. These colorful slingshots are individually made in California from Mora tree branches. Each is airbrushed with acrylic paint, and the leather projectile pouch is connected with latex tubing and sinew. They even sell wildflower seed bombs so you can beautify those ugly, hard-to-reach grassy patches. Just don’t shoot your eye out.
Sometimes you just need a bag to throw your gear in and get going. That’s exactly what the WHARF Army Duck Canvas Duffel ($119) is for. Hand cut and sewn in Rhode Island, this duffel is made from 10oz water-repellant army duck cotton canvas, with two exterior pockets and heavy-duty cotton straps. You can beat it up all day long, and it will never let you down.
Some days you feel like your wallet is too fat to fit in your pocket, which is exactly why Brooklyn designer Jack Sutter created Tight Wallets ($16+). Made from soft Italian leather and high-quality elastic, these wallets fit into tight pockets, make pants fit better, and force you to get rid of excess wallet baggage (like that Starbucks gift card with $0.79 on it).
Before you buy another bland-looking car charger for your iPhone, check out the TYLT Band Car Charger ($40). The flat ribbon cable gives you a more aesthetically pleasing (and tangle-free) method of keeping your phone juiced up while you are on the road. It also has a universal USB port, so you can charge two devices at once.