Lifestyle

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HUF worldwide is one of the most popular skateboarding/lifestyle companies around. Though their original focus was skateboarding footwear (they've recently added Dylan Rieder and Austyn Gillette to the team), they've expanded into a wide range of casual wear that includes...
The 5 Point Cafe in Seattle, Washington definitely deserves 5 out of 5 points. It's everything that an authentic dive bar should be and more. It starts things out right with two catchy slogans - "Cheating tourists and drunks since...
Over three years in the making, the new documentary on the 12 O'CLOCK BOYS - a notorious dirt bike pack that calls the urban streets of Baltimore their home - is stunning. The group races their bikes and ATVS...
Last Sunday's Comedy Central Roast of James Franco was hilarious. Who knows how they netted a big-name celebrity like Franco for their annual roast, but they did, and oh how glad I am that they were able to. Seth Rogen,...
If you're anything like me, then you think that zombies absolutely rock. Sure, they're scary and sure a zombie apocalypse would suck...but still. And, anyway, preparing for the worst case scenario is never a bad idea. That's exactly what the...
Skate shoe manufacturers come and go and even the big-time players rise and fall in popularity. Not so with Vans. The skate shoe giant has been in the game since 1966 and their shoes are still some of the...
The folks behind Whole Larder Love know the importance of eating and using what the land naturally provides. The blog itself discusses one family's attempts at better using the things around them. It follows their adventures hunting, fishing, harvesting fruit and...
Brixton has long been one of the coolest clothing companies around. Designed specifically for people who are influenced by music, culture, and, of course, skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing, their Fall 2013 line is more awesome than ever. Their 2013 catalog...
These days, it’s really not too difficult to find a bottle opener. In addition to pretty much every multi-tool you own, you’ll find bottle openers on clothing, belts, sunglasses, keychains, etc. Go to any type of ski resort or bar event and you’ll probably get a handful of bottle openers just for shoving your body through the door. So why can you remember multiple occasions when your mouth went cotton while you clawed and twisted desperately and futilely at a non-twist beer cap? No matter how many bottle openers there are in the world, there are still times when you don’t have one. So get another one.
Beer has long been the standard après ski drink, and seemingly every ski town has a microbrewery or two. The micro-distillery is slowly infiltrating mountain towns and taking over for the microbrewery as the hippest place to grab a fresh, local libation after a hard day on the slopes. You can get both your thighs and chest burning in many major ski towns.
The Fitbit One is also much more simple and elegant than its Nike counterpart. Instead of being big, bulky, flashy, and worn on the wrist, the One is small, streamlined, and can be easily concealed within your clothing. It’s almost safe to say that the Fitbit looks boring. But looks really don’t matter when you do a good job.
"The best place for extreme sports online, period." That’s how Stoked.com frames its objective of attacking the Web with the hottest action sports film and content available. The young website is the ultimate destination for action sports fiends of all denominations looking to live vicariously through others for a few minutes (or hours) of their days.
Though you probably haven’t heard of them unless you’re an out-of-this-world snowboard nerd or from the New England area of the United States, Bean Snowboards is one of the coolest snowboarding companies around.
These days, it seems like there is an app for almost everything – even for snowboarding. Yep, that’s right, this season more snowboarding apps than ever are available for smartphone users who hit the mountain on a regular basis. And get this: some of them are actually good. We’ve taken the time to weed through the good, the bad, and the plain ugly as far as apps go and have picked out the 10 best that every snowboarder must have before heading out to the hill this winter.
One of the truly great things about being a snowboarder – at least in the northern hemisphere – is that they have the biggest gifting day of the year toward the beginning of the season. It’s the perfect time to spread (and receive) some holiday cheer in the form of new ride gear, clothes and accessories. We believe in picking out our own boards, boots and bindings, so we’ve focused on the best gadget, accessory and clothing gifts for 2012. May your days be merry and white!