Wednesday is the opening day for the first ever pop-up shop from Men's Journal magazine.
Publisher Michael Wolfe joined Ryan and Mark DeCarlo to give a rundown on some of the gift ideas from cooking to travel, fit for any guy.
Official Men's Journal Collection holiday pop-up dates:
Wednesday, December 7 - Wednesday, December 21
Official Men's Journal Collection holiday pop-up store hours:
Monday - Friday: 10 AM - 8 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM to 8 PM
Sunday: 11 AM to 6 PM
GIFT IDEAS FEATURED:
UGG Butte $240
The ultimate cold weather boot by UGG Australia, the Butte has many features to keep your feet warm in the cold. With the exclusive Vibram outsole, specifically designed for snow and wet conditions, waterproof full grain leather and a breathable event membrane, you'll be comfortable regardless of the weather conditions.
Zippo Digital Sport Watch $75.00
Digital. Black polyurethane strap. Polished chrome buckle with etched logo. 1/100 second chronograph. 12/24 hour format. Timer. Backlight. 2 year warranty. Water resistant
Burton [ak] Guide Glove $99.95
The Burton [ak] Guide Glove combines the super stormproofing of DRYRIDE 2L fabric with a GORE-TEX waterproof/breathable membrane that carries the Guaranteed To Keep You Dry promise. For those who find themselves removing their hands from their gloves often to dig pits, check maps, and take photos-- GORE-TEX XTRAFIT technology prevents annoying liner pullout, keeping it locked inside the shell.
Breville Juice & Blend - $500
The modular Breville Juice & Blend saves counter space by allowing you to seamlessly switch between both functions. The five-speed, 13,000-rpm appliance's juicer makes quick work of hard fruits and vegetables for nutrient-rich drinks, while its blender can do everything from soup to smoothie prep fast and simply.
DROID RAZR by MOTOROLA $299.99 with 2 year contract
Impossibly thin, made KEVLAR strong, and scratch-resistance from Corning Gorilla Glass. 4G LTE speed and dual-core power. Streams music, pics and more from your PC.
Teva Links $100
Legendary freeride mountain biker Jeff Lenosky can now add 'shoe collaborator' to his resumé. It's hard to find a part of the Links that Jeff didn't directly influence. He showed us his pedal; we designed a sole that integrates with it. He showed us his wet, muddy shoes; we found ion-mask? water resistant technology. We built this shoe for Jeff, but anyone who ever rides a mountain bike will appreciate his influence.
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