Despite all the advances in blade technology, if you don't have a good shaving cream, you're not going to have a good shave. And Proraso doesn't need any improvements. It's as good as it was when first introduced by Italian barbers in the 1930s. The old school masculine packaging is just a bonus.
A collection of rich essences from the 122 unique fragrant oils formulated in the original Kiehl Pharmacy. Choose from ten unisex fragrances like musk, amber, grapefruit or coriander. Each one comes packaged in a simple amber glass apothecary cylinder with a rollerball applicator—ideal for travel.
This triple-wrap leather bracelet has a timeless style and a simple silver buckle. And what's more, for each bracelet you buy, you help United by Blue remove one pound of trash from oceans and waterways around the world.
Every Man Jack has a reputation for quality ingredients, simple packaging and a surprisingly affordable price. These grooming kits come in a range of options—choose from minty shave products, a woodsy body kit, citrus or tea tree-infused hair products or even a fragrance-free kit. They all come in a roomy canvas dopp kit any guy would be proud to pack.
Invented back in 1903 by a semi-pro baseball player, the Stormy Kromer is still lovingly made in America the old fashioned way—with six panels of high-end wool stitched together with a cotton lining for unmatched fit, warmth and comfort.
This clever key blends in with the others on your key ring, but this antique brass blank has a special notch out of the top that quickly and easily pops the top off of any bottle. No more borrowing lighters.
This pocket-sized tripod screws into the bottom of the camera (per usual) but is tiny enough to remain attached at all times—ideal for the photo buff that always wants their camera ready. The Micro's zinc legs and rubber foot pads make for a steady hold on all types of terrain. The compact stand folds up so neatly, you barely notice that it's attached—even when in your pocket.