Inspired by Utah’s dramatic landscapes, Db brings you its boldest color yet - Scarlet Red, and the new go-to, Cloud Grey. Tried and tested hard from urban streets to the salt flats and the deep canyons of Utah, Db's new collections are updated and ready to rock. These bags prove that having the right gear makes the journey as much of a pleasure as the destination. For the unique shoot in the Utah desert, Db brought in Photographer Aaron Brimhall and Italian fashion star, Giulia Calcaterra.
We are all out here trying to do our best. Sometimes though, it's just not enough. It's times like these when you realize you might be doing it all wrong. Charles the pug is out here on the streets dominating this thing we call style and yes, we are all jealous. So take a moment and admire these photos of him just doing what comes naturally. And, if you're thinking this dog doesn't have the best damn dog style you have ever seen... just don't... have some respect for the game.
To launch the collection, the Douchebags team channeled the signature Alvarrez thrill-seeking style, taking to the skies of Hawaii with a helicopter and enlisting the talents of squirrel suiters Jokke Sommer and Espen Fadnes. The Douchebags x Jay Alvarrez collection meets all the demands of the modern explorer with style, appeal and practicality. Combining black PU leather with a pressed EVA front and white contrasting details give the collection a sharp and unique look that will appeal to the traveler and adventurer. The quote, "Less Human, More Being" appears on the the bags. We have tested many different DB bags and can stand behind them.
With the thousands of different types/brands of whiskey out there, it's hard to separate the good from the bad. If you're looking to impress the boys or just wanna try some great whiskey, you have come to the right place. Here is a list of the top Whiskies you should be drinking. Grab a drink, sit back, and get ready to do some online shopping.
ORGANIC WINE Guide for beginners
In the world of winemaking, you can see it all, the good, the bad, and the ugly. However, the problem is that conventional products often force you to take the bad (additives) with the good (taste, possibly). This is simply unacceptable. The good news is that a breath of fresh air sweeps across the stale vineyards and cellars. Industrial winemaking is no longer the only game in town. Natural and organic winemakers are champions of the new global wave that is already shifting the whole ecosystem. They act as wardens and facilitators rather than trying to force the wine to fit a particular market-ready mold.