Essential Oil Outdoor Incense + Mosquito Repellent

$60

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Handcrafted in Connecticut from durable punk wood, this incense bundle utilizes essential oils to repel bugs. The scent options include: lemongrass, orange and sage (a citrus-led formula); sage, coffee, cinnamon and cedarwood (a rich, warm and spicy blend); and tea tree, lavender and neem (a herb-heavy and minty aroma). Each stick provides around two hours of burn time and, due to their 19-inch length, can be staked directly into soil or placed in an incense holder. Either way, it’s a sophisticated take on conventional (and potent) insect repellants.

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Creative Growth Paul Fields Skateboard

$60

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Alltimers partnered with Oakland-based non-profit Creative Growth (the country’s oldest art and exhibition space dedicated to artists with developmental disabilities) for this dynamic skate deck. The eight-inch board is designed by Paul Fields, an artist from Creative Growth, and features his original cartoon animals, which are alive with character. All profits are donated to Creative Growth, and Alltimers has two other artist collab decks with the organization available.

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Fitness company Equipt’s underlying belief is that beautiful design inspires movement, and that’s exactly what their signature Ubarre does. This U-shaped weight doubles as elegant home decor and adaptable workout equipment, suitable for many fitness routines including HIIT, pilates, yoga and barre. Now, the ergonomically crafted weight comes in a white matte finish and gold cap to add a sleek and polished touch to any home or gym. Offered in four size options (four, eight, 12 or 16 pounds), the Ubarre works with a range of intensity levels.

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Owned and operated by Rockaway, Queens natives and life-long surfers, Mike Reinhardt and Mike Kololyan, the aptly named Locals Surf School offers group lessons for surfers at all skill levels. Classes—which include personalized curriculums as well as equipment—are run by certified instructors who teach all year. Schedule-friendly, these packages do not expire and are offered in a range of five to 25 classes—all of which optimize water time to ensure surfers get well-versed with New York City’s coastline.

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Featuring durable alloy ball bearings for reduced friction and decreased wrist strain, the SmartRope Chrome is a tech-forward jump rope that displays fitness data mid-air using LEDs. Built with accurate workout tracking and permanent non-contact sensors, the SmartRope—offered in three sizes: small, medium and large—provides jump counts, calories burned and other training data. As it rotates, the rechargeable micro USB-supported rope projects informative notes about each exercise session and syncs to an app, available on the Apple Store and Google Play.

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Retro Leather Heavy Punching Bag

$369

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Each of these one-of-a-kind punching bags is handcrafted with 100% cowhide leather which means it comes with its own scuffs and scars. The brand Modest Vintage Player takes the uniqueness of this design one step further with customizable features, including choice of leather type (from heritage brown and executive black to deluxe tan and legacy cream), size options from three to six feet and embossed logos and images (applied with either natural heat, color print or gold foil). Suitable for heavy training, home gyms or as display, this bag is a stunning and durable addition.

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Chance’s Bloom Basketball—a vibrant lilac, covered in large multicolored flowers—recalls the blossoming of spring and the beauty of growth over perfection. While eye-catching, it’s more than a positive prompt and is made from premium rubber material intended for indoor or outdoor use. Its pebble pattern offers stronger grip control and a Butyl bladder locks in air, ensuring optimal ball pressure and consistent bounce.

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Stockholm Surfboard Club operates at the intersection of streetwear and surf culture. Founded by two Acne Studio alums—Manne Haglund Glad and Anton Edberg—the Swedish brand offers a sleek, minimalist bag, available in various sizes. This six-foot-long iteration is available in yellow or beige and make for optimal day-to-day bags. The price is in Euros.

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Titan 225 Portable Power Station

$300

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For camping or just as a back-up power source in emergency situations, Raptic’s Titan 225 has a big 225Wh capacity—which results in charging a smartphone 20 times, a laptop five times, or GoPros and cameras 35 times. It’s super-versatile, with several different outlets: 12V car port, a USB-C port, three USB-A ports and an AC outlet. Plus, the add-on solar chargers are a nice touch for camping and other outdoor adventures.

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Blue Brain Dead Edition Them 909 Skates

$350

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Jon Julio’s Them Skates collaborated with Brain Dead to produce the Blue Brain Dead Them 909 inline skates. The union, in partnership with SSENSE, is part of the trio’s Futuristic Shred Technology, a collection celebrating the community that inline skating culture fosters. The UFS street skating frame (made by Julio and Kyle Sola) is crafted from injection-mold, glass-filled nylon. The Them Liner is fitted with V4 upgrades, like re-positioned heels and increased padding for better security. And, like the skating advancements, the blue and white design pattern is strikingly dynamic.

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Basketball Deck by Frank Dorrey

$100

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Philadelphia-based shop YOWIE collaborated with artist Frank Dorrey, who applied his freaky and fun faces to a fantasy basketball skateboard. Dorrey’s work uses PicsArt and iPhone 8s to distort images and play with colors in order to symbolize truth. Bringing his unique technique to YOWIE, Dorrey creates a signature warped portrait, set against a vibrant blue backdrop and surrounded by dribbling basketball players, including Lucifer. This is a limited edition collaboration—so only 10 of these decks exist.

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Bright and breathable, MAAP’s Allied Cap is a 100% cotton cycling cap perfect for riding even in the hottest temperatures. The Melbourne, Australia-based brand combines their signature comfort fit, a striking color combination of electric blue, khaki, orange, lilac and neon green, and lightweight Italian fabrics for a functional yet fun addition to any ride. Price is in Australian dollars.

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UDD 180 DX Sleeping Bag

$355

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Brooklyn-based label Adsum collaborated with Japanese outdoor brand Nanga (founded by Akira Yokota in 1941) on a four-product collection made for adventures. The standout product, the UDD 180 DX Sleeping Bag, is a custom-sewn item made in bright yellow and orange; colors inspired by ’90s mountaineering. It folds down into a lightweight, pocket-sized carry bag, but is filled with warm, high-performance 770 fillpower down that’s been treated to be water-resistant. A playful but practical detail, the YKK zipper glows in the dark to help sleepers avoid snagging.

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“Porgy Backstage” Progressive Sunglasses

$149

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For those who need readers the on-off-on-off of glasses to see nearby images and text gets irritating quickly. Caddis makes progressive glasses without a prescription at the top of the lens and adjustment at the bottom to solve for that exact conundrum. And now they’re offering four different styles made for the outdoors—whether you’re reading on the beach or spotting marine life from a boat. Their Porgy Backstage design draws inspiration from classic wayfarers and comes in two colorways: turtle or gloss black. The high-grade progressive lenses also protect from UV rays, and customers can select their level of magnification.

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Small knives can be handy for various tasks around the house or when camping, and this one from Burnside is light, strong and sleek. Measuring just over eight inches in length, it’s crafted from stainless steel and weighs only four ounces. Its design allows for ambidextrous use and there’s even a clip to attach it to your pocket or tool belt. Functional and design-forward, it’s a knife on par with the apparel brand Arc’teryx.

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The Upperstate Pole

$69

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Slightly heavier than traditional hiking poles, this one from Upperstate weighs just under two pounds and boasts an internal mechanism that allows for height adjustment. With 21 settings, the lowest possible is 3’1″ and the tallest is 4’9″ end to end. Made to support everyday mobility, it can be used around the house and outside.

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