Everything’s Cooler In 3D
When pretty much everything you do is larger than life, sometimes it feels like you need a pair of 3D glasses to take it all in. The 3D Glasses Shelf ($375) from Jellio pays homage to the state-of-the-art technology with an acrylic white shelf with red and blue openings like the 3D glasses of yore. The kitschy wall art, like your Alphabetized Storage System, is the perfect place to display your plethora of accolades and awards. So you might need a few.
Classic Never Goes Out Of Style
A man’s motorcycle says a lot about the man. Which is why you’ll be riding the limited edition Moto Guzzi V7 Racer ($9,000). A throwback to the café racers of the 1960’s, this Italian bike is a class act. Unlike the Japanese crotch rockets that sacrifice looks for speed, this gentleman’s bike delivers an understated performance on timeless styling and old-school craftsmanship. Just like you, it doesn’t have to try hard to look cool. It just is.
You’re a man. Your idea of relaxation is running through fire and fields of dangling wires live with volts of electricity. But you’ve never thought of taking your hobbies to the competitive level—until the Tough Guy Competition. Hosted in England, this obstacle course of masochistic proportions is touted as “the world’s safest most dangerous endurance competition,” and it’s designed to push your mental and physical boundaries to their limits, whether it’s through a fear of heights, confined spaces, snakes, electric shock, third degree burns, or just good old intense pain and agony. Luckily, pain is your middle name.
Mary Jane Moisturizer
Cannabis has treated us all well over the years, and lately, we’ve come to find out that there are more uses for it than the one you perfected in college. For example, you can rub it all over you body with Hemperor Natureshea Herbal Moisturizer ($15.00). The hemp lotion is infused with natural Shea Butter and exotic healing oils like Monoi, Sweet Almond, Jojoba, and vitamins C, E, & A. The fresh tropical fragrance smells almost good enough to eat, so you might want to keep it out of reach when you’re suffering from a severe case of the munchies.
Shoot First. Focus Later.
When you’re living life in the fast lane it’s difficult to catch everything on camera. A meteor shower during your maiden spaceflight, a Peregrine falcon dive-bombing along side you at 13,000 feet, and the Girls Gone Wild bus doing a drive by, can all happen in the blink of an eye. If you don’t want to miss these spectacular, yet ordinary-to-your-life events, always have the Lytro Camera ($400-$500) on hand. Unlike a conventional camera, the Lytro camera captures the entire light field with the press of a single button. Without auto-focus or shutter delay you can capture the shot instantly and then focus it after the fact. So now you can change the focus from that girl’s face to her um…