An irreverent must-have for every gent on the go, embossed with the phrase “The trouble with jogging is that the ice falls out of your glass.” Perfect for late nite movies, tailgating and the answer to just about any gift-giving conundrum. Leather-covered stainless steel. Holds 5 fluid ounces. Import.
Archive for November, 2009
If you were to meet Bob Wittman looking over Civil War pistols in an antique store or relaxing in a bar, you would think him to be a pleasant conversationalist with a genial sense of humor. There is nothing flamboyant about him, just an air of quiet self-confidence. You would never guess that Wittman was an undercover agent for the FBI. Dozens of art thieves have made the same mistake, learning to their chagrin that the professor or antique dealer they trusted was not the man they took him for.
During his 20 year career, Wittman helped recover $225 million worth of stolen art, antiques, and jewelry, leading Maxim magazine to hail him in February 2009 as the “World’s Greatest Art Detective.” Although his work has taken him from Poland to Peru, this cosmopolitan crime solver has deep Baltimore roots, and those roots helped make him a success. Read whole article at Baltimore Magazine
Bodega has teamed up with Spyderco Knife company any to offer a limited run of reliable, high-performance knives. Each knife features Bodega’s signature tiger print camo, subtly engraved on either side along with an easy stow pocket clip. The Bodega “Dragonfly” is specially packaged and individually numbered. It drops this Friday November 27, online and in-store, exclusively at Bodega.
This thoughtful take on a Northwest favorite’s chambray exterior and waistcoat detailing – snaps instead of zips, tailored fit, four sharp front pockets – set it apart from the pack. Great for fall in any locale, this piece layers with ease and its Primaloft lining makes sure you’re not too hot or too cold. Try it under or on top of a cropped jacket or throw it on over a flannel or wool work shirt and jeans.
Available at blackbird