Emblazoned with the neon sign-inspired Coming Soon logo on the outside, and “monsoon” on the inside, this clear plastic umbrella by the NYC-based brand will keep users dry in style. With a white plastic handle, this 33-inch umbrella is functional and simple—and a way to bring a little of the Lower East Side store with you everywhere.
Released for the first time since 1989, the ZX 4000 silhouette gets a contemporary makeover today, with the addition of an adidas Carbon 4D technology sole. The sneakers have been revamped and are better than ever, while still referencing the key design features that made them timeless. With its colorful Primeknit upper, these sneakers slip seamlessly into the roster of designs the brand has launched recently.
Made exclusively for the MoMA Design Store, this retro-inspired Japanese cargo bike is the ultimate option for people resisting two wheel vehicles because of a lack of storage. The bike features a deep basket above the back wheel and a shallow rack (with straps to secure any loose cargo) at the front. The step-through frame makes it easy to hop on and off—no matter your outfit—and there’s a chain-guard to protect riders from grease stains.
Support a fictional Philadelphia women’s basketball team with this limited edition T-shirt by Ubiq and YOWIE. Available in small to XL, the No Balls Ballers Club tops are available in black or white and offers a classic boxy shape.
With the M’s 6″ Transit Short, ethical running apparel brand Janji pairs a four-way stretch technical fabric with three zip pockets. The fast drying, water repellant material benefits runners in all conditions. Bonded seams make for lasting durability. And the brand offers 5% of all sales to clean water projects in nations that inspire their collections.
Made from 100% long-fiber merino wool, åäö Sweden’s “The Beanie” is an ultra-warm winter hat that’s bendable, stretchy and luxurious. Outfitted with the brand’s signature square and yellow lines (which emulate hand-stitching), the logo is another example of their eye for detail and their dedication to creating the highest quality product.
Available in three sizes, dubbed Maker (10 oz), Mover (18 oz) and Founder (32 oz), the Purist bottle another well-designed water vessel. But this one features a glass interior that guarantees a clean flavor no matter what’s inside—use it as a growler one night and a water bottle the next morning, with no lingering flavor of beer or kombucha. Plus, the double-wall vacuum insulated interior can also keep liquids cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. Of course, the lid is 100% leakproof.
Released as a collaboration between Smith Optics, The North Face and dually sponsored rider Austin Smith, the I/O MAG snow goggles are a tough and incredibly professional form of eye protection for the slopes. With dual locking attachments, fog-free technology and Smith’s widest frame of view, they really perform. Thanks to the all-black lens and yellow strap, they look the part too.
Le Montréal Français is inspired by the classic French porteur, but with contemporary features including eight-speed gearing, a Shimano chain and a Brooks leather saddle. Versatile, sturdy and ideal for city commutes, this bike combines function with timeless design. Price is in CAD.
This reversible bomber from Lululemon is an adaptable layer that adjusts for each season. Quilted on one side and made with their unique Warpstreme fabric on the other, the jacket is light and comfortable but insulating and warm at the same time. It’s available in three colors—this one is Palm-Deco—and features three secure zippered pockets.
Made from vacuum-insulated stainless steel, Mizu water bottle is outfitted with a reusable straw and an “adventure purifier.” The latter filters 99.999% of contaminants, making it ideal for any outdoor setting. And, the 22oz capacity is convenient for longer treks and less refills.
From the ever-playful NYC-based Alltimers, this deceptive skateboard appears adorned in pearls—atop oyster shells, of course. The deck measures eight-inches and is made from seven-ply hard rock maple.
This flame-charred bat, further hand-painted in gold and black, is intended to be more art than what’s typically used at-bat. Still, the solid maple bat is fully functional. Hand-crafted in Nashville, it was made specifically for All Star Week in Washington, DC. Plus, a portion of the proceeds go to Major League Baseball’s RBI program.
Rikumo’s Field Good Trowel is ergonomic, lightweight and sturdy—thanks to its clever design and tough polyurethane-coated steel. Also available in white, black or gold, each piece is crafted in Niigata (in Japan’s Chūbu region), which is known for its metalworking history.
With yellow Nightlynx lenses and a lightweight steel frame, these Vuarnet glasses allow for sharper vision in low light conditions. Whether it be at night, or in fog, rain and other inclement conditions, the Swing Nightlynx affords wearers the clearest view as both contrast and perception of distance are improved.
Made for kids, Gentemstick’s Snowripper 146 board is based on the adult-sized Flying Carpet, but offers plenty of float for learners. The brand approaches snowboarding product design from a philosophical, lifestyle angle, and that’s evident here in its progressive Flat Camber system. Price is in Japanese yen.