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Flipping through The Manual: Wine in a can, sustainable menswear, a killer tipi

Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink, travel, grooming and culture. Here are a few of our favorite stories to appear on The Manual lately.

Kelly Slater launches sustainable menswear brand Outerknown

Kelly Slater launches sustainable menswear brand Outerknown

Alex Wilcox helps us understand what to look for when buying a pair of trousers.

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All the grilling gear you need for summertime cookouts

You’ll be able to get by with the most basic grill and a set of busted old tongs — but if you want to step up your game, a few extra pieces of kit can drastically improve your overall grilling experience.

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Micro guide: Chattanooga

Legitimate gastropubs, a thriving downtown core, and some of the country’s best outdoor opportunities all make Chattanooga a destination in its own right.

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Trekking: Trade in your four-man tent for a tipi with Kifaru

Trekking: Trade in your four-man tent for a tipi with Kifaru

The iconic tipi may not be as common as it once was, but that hasn’t stopped Colorado’s Kifaru International from designing the 4 Man Tipi, a basic shelter that offers more than six feet of head room and weighs just over 5 pounds.

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Underwood Wines in a Can

Underwood Wines in a Can

Wine in a can isn’t just a joke from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. It’s a legitimate way to keep the sun from messing with the flavor of your vino, and one Oregon vineyard has already abandoned the bottle for it.

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Departure Clothing expands its classic collection

Departure Clothing expands its classic collection

Chicago’s Departure Clothing aims to take advantage of people’s own uniqueness and provides quality products fit for anyone’s wardrobe.

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