The 3 pcs. Adult Fun Kit from RFG Line comes in a mesh bag and includes a water bottle, a flying disc and a beach ball. Oh … THAT kind of “adult fun.” I was thinking of something completely different—talking about politics over a game of Trivial Pursuit. Now that’s some adult fun. For more information, visit www.rfgline.com.
Neet Feet Inc.
Remember when Jessica Simpson released that “Boots Were Made for Walking” cover? Man that was terrible. Not like the Kodiak Boots from Neet Feet Inc., which are awesome and classy and amazing and don’t at all remind you of the slow, grinding death of popular music and culture in general. (Remember, America, decorate boots, don’t use them as a scapegoat for your ill-conceived cover songs.) For more information, visit www.neetfeet.com.
The Subway Umbrellas from Rainkist Umbrella are like GPS units, but better: They work underground when I’ve got no 3G service AND they keep me dry in the rain. Now if only Rainkist also made Subway Parking Lot Umbrellas—I’ve been walking around out here for three days and I still can’t find my car. For more information, visit www.rainkist.com.
Kyle A. Richardson is the editorial director of Promo Marketing. He joined the company in 2006 brings more than a decade of publishing, marketing and media experience to the magazine. If you see him, buy him a drink.