Handcrafted from cowhide leather, Modest Vintage Player’s Pro Deluxe gloves merge nostalgic design with contemporary elements that enhance performance. Available in standard 12-, 14- or 16-ounce sizes (and small/medium or large/extra-large), they’re made by third-generation artisans who specially craft them with triple-layer padding technology, enhancing their durability and protection.
Any table that’s up to 4.5cm thick can be transformed into a ping pong table thanks to this portable set from Chums, a home and lifestyle brand founded by Mike Taggett. Featuring two rackets, three balls and a net that can attach to a table and spread up to 120cm across, this ready-to-go equipment sports a striking red and black colorway and neatly tucks away in the featured carry bag when not in use. Price is in Hong Kong dollars.
Whether compacted into a nifty duffle bag or pitched as a domed, color-blocked tent, The North Face’s Homestead impresses. Not only does it come in striking colors (green and navy or lichen and green), it is also incredibly spacious; boasting three-doors, a front vestibule, mesh ceilings for star gazing and an internal drying line. With breathable wall and ventilation construction, the tent thoughtfully and comfortably fits four.
The Arrivals bring back their super-cozy Sanne balaclava for another winter, this time in new colorways: “disco” purple, “highlighter” green, “moss” green and “space” black. The 12-gauge knit accessory has been crafted from responsibly sourced virgin wool and is designed for a snug, comfy fit.
From Canadian outdoor brand Woods, the Strathcona Fully Padded Folding Chair brings optimum comfort to camping. Featuring a coated steel frame that is rust-resistant and can hold up to 300 pounds, the folding chair is more spacious for better lounging and made to withstand extreme weather. Available in dijon, gray or sea spray, it looks right at home in the outdoors.
Suitable for boards measuring eight to 8.37 inches, these skateboard wheels and trucks hail from Australian premium skate brand Picture Wheel Company. Clad in an icy color scheme of blue, white, black and silver, the set features pre-oiled bearings and the brand’s logo. It comes packaged in a box that nods to the design of Krispy Kreme.
Designed by STUDIO NARI (founded by award-winning graphic designer Caterina Bianchini) for renowned cycling brand Rapha, this cotton cap celebrates the 10th annual Rapha Women’s 100—a 100km ride that the brand hopes will draw 100k competitors this year. The design incorporates bold graphics and bright colors, but it’s also a practical accessory. The cross-back design includes a hole for a ponytail or bun, and the elastic trim ensures a snug fit. Made from 100% cotton, this cap is made for use in all conditions.
Designed to be paired with Snow Peak’s Takibi Tarp Octa or the HD Tarp Hexa Evo Pro Ivory, the limited edition Tarp Extension Tent creates a designated sleeping area that fits up to four people and enhances the tented outdoor space with an inner room and ground sheet.
Skateboarding is a culture traditionally rife with homophobia and exclusivity, but artist and activist Jeffrey Cheung and his partner Gabriel Ramirez are working to change that through their radical, queer skate collective UNITY and brand THERE Skateboards. From the store comes “Ice Cream,” a standard 8.25-inch board that fittingly features Cheung’s charming portraits stacked like scoops of ice cream.
Plantgem’s Atmospheric Mix Seed Bundle makes cultivating a dreamy and co-ordinated garden easy. Comprising the sophisticated moonstone aster, delicate xanthos cosmos, textured starflower scabiosa and more, the bundle is full of beguiling plants that can grow anywhere in the US. Paired with PlantGem’s gardening instructions, these florals are as sensational as they are straightforward.
Pieter “Parra” Janssen’s colorful curves and post-pop imagery translate to multicolored apparel and, even more fittingly, swim shorts from the Dutch artist’s own clothing brand, By Parra. These 100% nylon trunks feature a soft mesh inner, rear pockets with closures, patch panels and, of course, Parra’s signature waves.
These Interlocking Sandals combine District Vision’s dedication to performance-oriented athletic apparel with cult Japanese brand Suicoke’s minimal design. The sandals feature Suicoke’s signature antibacterial and supportive EVA cushioned footbed, a supple strap system that molds to the wearer and a custom-developed Vibram Wurstel outsole that allows the shoes to interlock for easy storage and transport.
Design studio and book publisher Actual Source partnered with NYC-based graphic designer and illustrator Kurt Woerpel to create this bold blue frisbee. Manufactured by Wham-O, the 10.5-inch diameter disc features an illustration of a comic book with eyes, along with Actual Source’s logo in whimsical script and three words in classic lettering.
Paris-based running apparel brand Satisfy collaborated with Canadian brand norda to design a dynamic version of their 001, the world’s first trail-running shoes made with durable, bio-based Dyneema—one of lightest sustainable materials in existence. Their collaborative sneakers feature a Dyneema upper that is 15 times stronger than steel of the same weight, a Vibram SLE midsole that is 30% lighter than the standard and a Vibram MegaGrip outsole to tackle dry and wet terrain. Reflective details and a minty colorway express Satisfy’s punk-meets-optimistic ethos. Responsive enough for high-intensity sessions and breathable for comfort, these shoes were made for trail-running—and the environment.
Swedish eyewear brand Chimi (founded in 2016 by Charlie Lindström and Daniel Djurdjevic) is best known for accessibly priced sunglasses, but they also make swim masks, goggles and snorkels. Their swimming goggles feature mirrored UV-protective lenses framed by soft silicone, and a non-slip head-strap. Available in orange, green, white or black, they’re super-sleek and sporty.
This limited edition cycling jersey from Melbourne, Australia-based MAAP is designed with performance and the planet in mind. Like the other garments from the brand’s OffCuts program, it’s made from repurposed excess fabric from previous production runs and is breathable and moisture-wicking. The jersey (available in size XXS to XL) is hand-numbered and constructed from SPF 50+ knitted Italian fabric with mesh sleeves and reflective graphics. Offered in a variety of classic colors or a fun color-block, it makes for stylish, functional and eco-conscious cycling apparel.