The exquisite 24-karat gold plating and original glass-topped keys make the Double-Oh-Seven a dynamic reinvention of a 1940s Smith Corona 4 Series. The folks at Kasbah Mod created a vintage typewriter with an unexpected touch of luxury.
Vintage Tattoos, 35% off
Tattoos have gone from badges of rebellion to fashion statements fully absorbed into mainstream culture. They are enjoying a renaissance, with artists creating specialty tattoos for a growing audience, unleashing a revival of interest in the bawdy vintage tattoo. Old-school tattoos are being rediscovered by a new generation and are now showing up on the fashion runway. Vintage Tattoos chronicles motifs in thematic chapters interspersed with profiles of influential tattoo artists, including Sailor Jerry Collins and Don Ed Hardy, and their distinctive designs.
50’s Style Pay Phone Chrome
First introduced in the 1950s, the iconic 3-slot-style payphone was a street corner mainstay until 1965. Crosley’s prepay replica will take you back to the pre-mobile-phone era, when calls cost only a dime and old-fashioned phone booths were your lifeline away from home. While you can still enjoy the functional slot and listen to the jingle as your money is deposited, you won’t have to pay to use this classic reissue.
Beretta Wood Puzzle
Whether you’re an armchair engineer or simply looking for mind/hand stimulation that doesn’t involve a video game console, Cary Chleborad’s meticulous laser-cut wood puzzles are the perfect way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon. The pieces in this kit assemble into a detailed model of a Beretta pistol. (A whole lot safer than a real one, but almost as formally complex.) Once it’s built, you can display your creation on a shelf to show off your mechanical prowess.
intageTecnica Hiking Boots
These Hiking Boots from the Italian company Tecnica are vintage deadstock (meaning they’ve never been worn) and are designed, like all Tecnica gear, with a focus on quality, performance and fit. Fabulously old school—from the flash of hazard red on the ankles to the quaint backpacker logo on each tongue—they are made with waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex fabric (still a reliable choice when you’re outward bound).