Step up to the Livestrong Limited Edition Indoor Cycle ($1,700). Limited to just 500 units, this premium bike features obvious black and yellow Livestrong branding, a 3″ x 2″ wireless display with heart rate, time, distance, calorie, and RPM readouts, a multi-ribbon drive belt system, road-inspired handlebars, a heavy-duty steel frame, and a 40 pound, Lance-approved flywheel. Oh, did we mention $1,000 of the purchase price goes to the Livestrong Foundation?


Pick up a copy of Mad Men: The Illustrated World ($9). This punchy picture book takes a look at the culture of the ’60s through the eyes of the hit AMC show, offering up information such as drink recipes, women’s hairstyle tips, appetizer menus, and, as an added bonus, paper cutout dolls of everyone’s favorite office manager, Joan Harris.


All you need to do is pop your beautifully designed 321 Water bottle into your handbag, backpack or car cup holder when you leave the house then fill it from the nearest tap when you feel thirsty. The easy-to-use plunger mechanism contains a carbon block filter. One push removes any chlorine, unpleasant tastes and odours in an instant, leaving you with fresh, filtered water anytime you need it.
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The 4-Hour Body($15) is the latest gem of insight from minimalist maximus Timothy Ferris, offering to teach you how to prevent fat gain when bingeing, produce 15-minute female orgasms, increase fat loss 300% using a few bags of ice, reverse “permanent” injuries, and all sorts of other crazy-but-true hacks that will have you rethinking your gym rat routine.


The ViewSonic Show’n Go 3DV5 3D HD Camcorder ($180) makes this futuristic dream possible thanks to its diminutive size, twin sensors, 720p video recording, 3D still image capture, SD storage, HDMI output, and autosterescopic 2.4″ screen.


All-American sneaker brand Converse is teaming up with REM Eyewear to release a line of glow-in-the-dark shades. During the day, the frames will look like frosted ice, with 100% dark UV lenses. What’s dope about these shades is that the materials soak up the sunlight, then using the solar power to glow when it gets dark.


Lastly, a holiday right here… Disentis feels less like a traditional ski town than a working town in which winter tourism is something that happens for several months a year.