This post is brought to you by New Balance. Make excellent happen. Editor’s note: This gallery was curated by urban explorer Pete Gyftakis.
Last week’s winner was…still to be determined. Check your email folks! My Picks This Week The Explorer’s Shirt (made for Huckberry by San Francisco company Taylor Stitch) is the ultimate adventurer’s wear.
Editor’s note: There are a lot of ways to categorize the rules of etiquette: business, dinner, conversational, and so on.
A few days ago, we reached 500,000 Facebook fans on the Art of Manliness Facebook page. To say thank you to all our loyal fans for helping us reach this milestone, we’ve teamed up with the good folks at Saddleback Leather Company for a giveaway of epic proportions.
For most of human history, recreational swimming was done naked. Our 16th president, Teddy Roosevelt himself, often took nude plunges into the Potomac.
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If you enjoyed today’s post on the surprising benefits of stress, and want to start intentionally adding some healthy stress to your life, a regular cold shower is a great place to start.
Editor’s note: This week I shared my daily work routines and practices, amongst which is a ritual I use to get my mind ready to write.
Last week’s winner was…still to be determined. My Picks This Week The MLB henleys from Red Jacket are a stylish way to support your favorite team as we roll into the second half of the season.
Jeremy Hall knew his mission was on the verge of going to pieces. The year was 2003, and the Iraq War had just begun.
Hey gang. Next week, I’ll be driving up to Springfield, MO from my home in Tulsa, OK to spend the day at the downtown Hudson Hawk Barbershop.
“Silently, one by one, in the infinite meadows of heaven, Blossomed the lovely stars, the forget-me-nots of the angels.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie I was recently on a camping trip in the mountains of Colorado, and one of the highlights was definitely being able to lay on a picnic table and try to find constellations without the intrusive lights of my home in Denver.
There’s a series on Lifehacker that I really enjoy called “How I Work.” The folks at LH interview writers, programmers, CEOs, and a variety of creative types about the apps, gear, and rituals they use to stay productive and get things done.
While the internet was supposed to produce a bevy of incisive, free-wheeling discourse, it has instead begotten a never-ending series of almost invariably predictable debates.
Today we laid out an argument for why it is vital for every man to regularly engage with hard-hitting jeremiads — a form of rhetoric that laments society’s shortcomings, predicts its downfall if those cultural blights are not addressed, and offers at least some hope that they can be and that society can emerge better and stronger than before.
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Our last winner, from three weeks ago, was Rich S. from Detroit. He chose one of the great solar bags from Birksun.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Kamal Patel. Yesterday, we talked about muscle-building supplements.
Hobbies should be an important part of every man’s life, especially in our increasingly passive, and abstract world.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Kamal Patel. From testosterone boosters to horny goat weed, supplements that promise to build muscle are a big industry.