Installed at Amsterdam’s Droog Hotel, Weltevree’s wood-fired hot tub combines savvy Dutch design with nature’s innately handsome aesthetics. The Dutchtub’s simplified heating method means you can set it up anywhere, no plug needed.
A leader in sporting optics, Bushnell’s ultra compact binoculars pack the same quality as their more intricate designs but in a lightweight, foldable construction perfect for taking to the ballpark or on your next hike. The wide field of view makes it easier to track fast-moving objects, and RainGuardHD keeps the lenses clear even during unexpected rain delays.
As its name implies, Paul Loebach’s x3 Watering Can is made from a single metal tube that has been carefully bent three times to form its classic shape. The handsome container follows traditional construction with one fluid handle that allows you to grab hold up top when carrying it full of water, and on the side when in use.
Brighten up the outdoors with Pigeon Toe’s set of glazed porcelain string lights. Each strand is made to order, and you can choose from up to 16 colors for the interior of the discs. These are the ultimate gift for the patio party professional.
Motorcycle enthusiast and contemporary artist Conrad Leach modeled this limited edition helmet for Atelier Ruby after the one featured in his painting “Lucky 13,” a favorite work of Ruby founder JerÃ´me Coste. An edition of 50, each black lacquered helmet features a leather interior and comes with an embroidered collector’s patch.
When you’re not cruising around on your favorite set of two wheels, keep them protected with BikeParka’s lightweight bicycle cover. Not only does it shield your bike from rain or snow, but it also includes Velcro lock-through panels so you can lock the cover to your bike when storing it outside.
Don’t let the streamlined design fool you, these gloves from Icelandic brand 66Â°North will keep your digits incredibly warm thanks to the Polartec and Power Stretch fabric. They’re named after VÃk Ã MÃ½rdal, a beautiful village situated between a glacier and a volcano, as well as the wettest coastal town in Iceland.
Steady your grip with this three-part footwear system by Nike. Designed with barefoot workouts like yoga and barre in mind, this innovative wrap offers the benefits of support and better traction with an easy to slip on flat for the commute home. Pick them up online or at your local Niketown store.
Sleep in the treetops with this temporary spherical structure. Made of tarpaulin-covered aluminum poles, it has a wood floor covered with a high-density foam mattress and includes sheets and a duvet for the ultimate glamping experience.
Premiering at Sundance earlier this year, Stacy Peralta’s Bones Brigade features archival footage and original interviews with legendary skateboard team members, from Tony Hawk to Lance Mountain and more.
A hit among kids, amusement park lovers and all-around quirky individuals, Cap-Sacs combine the utility of both a fannypack and a baseball cap. The new zany patterns, designed by Sweden’s Oscar Pastarus, only add to the warm ’90s vibes.
Bi-coastal surf brand Indoek offers a sustainable, smartly designed alternative to stashing wax in a baggie. Constructed from fallen Nicaraguan hardwood, the case does double duty as a comb, while the removable lid serves as a scraper.
Sanborn Canoe paddles are almost too gorgeous to put in water. Named for one of the Minnesota shop’s original tool suppliers, each Sam Special paddle is made from durable Western red and white cedar.
This handy little device is great for outdoor adventurists or friends living in hurricane-prone areas. Simply crank the handle to power its light, radio and, most critically, your mobile phone.
testNo good canoeist should embark on an excursion sans bucksaw. This handy toolâ€”which arrives in a sturdy canvas roll-upâ€”ensures that a roaring fire pit is only a few minutes away.
A splash and shock resistant speaker that’ll follow you just about anywhere. Plus it’s bluetooth and battery driven, and with the attachable bicycle handle bar mount available directly from Outdoor Technology there’s no limit to your adventure.