Can’t decide between a yacht and a submarine? Well, now you don’t have to. U-Boat Worx Nautilus has designed a 123-foot superyacht that can travel 200 meters underwater. Once submerged, the vessel can reach a cruising speed of four knots – and stay there for up to four days. The boat is designed to comfortably accommodate ten guests (and six crew members), boasting four staterooms plus a primary suite. Across the 635-foot upper deck, fans can take advantage of a freshwater pool, bar and outdoor dining. Retailing now for about $24 million, U-Boat Worx reassures customers that once the – fully customizable – Nautilus is ordered, it will be delivered in just 30 days.
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Crystal Head Onyx is turning the classic agave spirit category on its head. As one of the first commercially available agave-based vodkas, the spirit offers notes of green grass, white pepper and citrus on the nose. Made with blue weber agave (the preferred agave used to make premium tequilas), Onyx boasts a soft, smooth flavor profile with a touch of sweet spice. As for the finish, expect a bold, unmistakably earthy grip.
Iconic tennis brand Prince has joined forces with the trending sunscreen brand Vacation to create a three-product capsule containing a T-Shirt, Hat and “Ball Boy” scented candle. The playful collection is inspired by a (fictitious) "1992 Annual Interoffice Tennis Championship,” with products retailing on both brands’ sites. The clear standout? That scented candle, which features notes of freshly uncanned tennis balls, Vacation® sunscreen, Prince® cotton sweatbands, and cucumber sandwiches.
While bulky totes and gear bags past have purported equipped to carry all your gear – nothing comes close to Cotopaxi’s Allpa 60L Gear Hauler Tote. The bag is made with durable, repurposed nylon and polyester and lined with a series of inner and outer zippered slip and mesh pockets for ample organization. To carry, grab the dual tote handles or side grab handles. With 60L of storage, compression straps and a wide range of organizational hacks and compartments, this tote will transform your usual haul – and every trip after it.
Tile’s scannable lost and found labels are powered by a single, unique QR code. After purchasing a pack of labels ($15 for 15), fans can simply stick the label onto their belongings and use the free Tile app to activate each label. Should you lose your stuff, finders can contact the owner by simply scanning the label. Each label is scratch-resistant and dishwasher safe, but if that’s not enough, you can also pick up one of Tile’s “Trackers” (a competitor to air tags) for just $25.
This new pack is the very first backcountry ski pack made with ultra-strong Dyneema composite fabrics. Part of Dyneema’s appeal here is that the fabric grows stronger when exposed to cold temperatures. Couple this with the pack’s added abrasion resistance, and you’re looking at a durable backcountry pack built for the long winter haul. The 55-liter pack is equipped to carry skis, snowboards, or split boards and retails for $449.