Saddle Up
With a 100-year warranty and no breakable parts like snaps or zippers, this could very well be the last laptop bag you ever buy. Handmade with full-grain boot leather and neoprene innards for padding, this baby will keep your laptop out of harm's way and will look damn fine doing it.
$265
saddlebackleather.com

A Head Above
Protecting your noggin shouldn't be a drab affair. Step up your wardrobe and get a helmet to match the rest of your snappy attire. Designed by Frenchman Jerome Coste, these old-school-inspired shells evoke feelings of racing's past. With a carbon-fiber outer and a nappa lambskin lining-plus endless design options-it's sure to keep the old cranium safe, comfy, and looking fabulous.
From $1,000
ateliersruby.com

The Pod Squad
The whole "man cave" thing is so in right now. But really, other than the musty tool shed in the back yard, where is there to really get away from it all? Enter the Office Pod. Though technically made for "work," we can't see any reason it shouldn't have a flat screen and some video games, too. And if you happen to get some work done along the way, then that's just an added bonus.
Inquire for pricing
officepod.co.uk

Takes A Licking...
As digital cameras have gotten smaller and smaller, they've also become more and more fragile. Ever stick one in your back pocket only to sit down later and hear a nice LCD-cracking crunch? Then the Casio Exilim EX-G1is the new tough camera for you. But this slim little bugger isn't just tough, it's James Bond-meets-MacGyver tough. At only 0.8 inches thick, the resin and polycarbonate 12-megapixel camera can survive a fall from seven feet, a dive down to 10 feet for up to an hour, and can remain fully functional in 14-degree temps.
$300
casio.com

Sound Off
In the crowded all-in-one audio arena, few companies produce a unit with both the quality and beauty of a Tivoli. Available in black ash, cherry, or walnut, the Music System features a radio, CD player, and iPod connectivity, and delivers sound with unprecedented fidelity and clarity.
$1,000
tivoliaudio.com

In Vino Veritas
In honor of Neil Ashmead, Australian wine pioneer and auto racing enthusiast, Elderton has bottled a wine celebrating the man's two biggest passions, replete with racing stripes, winner's wreath, and shift-pattern cap. Though we haven't tasted it and can't vouch for the wine's tastiness, we can say that it's one of the coolest bottle designs around.
$80
eldertonwines.com.au

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