Made in Colorado from 1000D Cordura® and 400D nylon, this Topo Designs bike bag is made to be strapped to your handlebars, but doubles as a mini tote. Weatherproof all the way down to its waterproof zipper, the nifty triangle-shaped bag will hold bike tools, as well as a couple small items. With a secret interior pocket and daisy-chain webbing on the outside (making attaching a light easy), it even has a padded base to keep your possessions safer.
Melding together a famous fly-fishing silhouette and an iconic raincoat colorway, Goldwin’s Gore-Tex Mountain Jacket is a rugged option for the worst weather. The fit is short and wide to allow for optimal movement. It features watertight front and side pockets (which are all uniquely placed and clasped for specific purposes) and velcro cuffs for a more customizable fit.
Made from medium-weight, water-resistant poly-cotton gabardine (70% polyester and 30% cotton), Arpenteur’s Sportive jacket is a sensible option for wet weather. With a silhouette akin to sailing jackets, wearers will stay dry—thanks in part to the high-rise neckline and elastic drawstrings at the hem and hood.
Truly an all-encompassing garment, Vollebak’s 50,000BC jacket features four layers of protection and added wool insulation—making for a technical piece that will shield wearers from the elements. Made for extreme weather, it features a waterproof membrane and a sturdy, windproof nylon shell. The hood (complete with a peak) also fastens just below the nose, offering almost complete protection.
With a jacquard woven woodgrain graphic, the aptly named Woodgrain towel from Bless features a predominantly black pattern on one side and an inverted, mostly white version on the other. The swirling graphic piece has white trims and is made from a mid-weight terrycloth cotton.
Cut in a classic trench-style silhouette, the Glossed-TPU raincoat from Rains is transparent—save for the frosted collar and pockets. While allowing your outfit underneath to remain visible, the jacket protects it from the elements—thanks to its water-resistant 100% thermoplastic polyurethane make-up. Lightweight and made slightly oversized, its boxy shape means it’s ideal for all genders.
Stutterheim’s classic Stockholm raincoat is crafted from a matte, rubberized cotton so it may appear less technical, but it still protects from blustery weather—thanks to its 100% PVC coating and heat-welded seams. Available in countless colorways, our pick is the patchwork-style iteration—with green- and sand-colored patches on a black base. Made in Poland, this raincoat is available from XXXS to XXL.
This safe and stylish helmet is also smart: outfitted with Bluetooth speakers for hands-free turn-by-turn nav, phone calls and music; and an LED light on the back to signal braking and turning. Though its primary function is protection, it also features an SOS sensor to detect falls and alert preset contacts. With a leather brim, the helmet has several detachable components for cleaning too.
Made from a water-resistant polyester fabric, this backpack is a sleek option for everyday use—but it especially useful in bad weather. Fully lined, this sleek bag boasts a spacious main compartment, laptop sleeve and a hidden phone pocket—keeping all your devices safe. Unlike many utilitarian backpacks, this Danish brand offers a minimal and pleasing silhouette.
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.
Made by HAY and designed by George Sowden (a founding member of the Memphis Group), this sleek bottle is available in several colorways and two sizes. Its interior is coated with stainless steel—keeping beverages cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. Ultimately functional, this design doesn’t eschew practicality for style.
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.
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.
From eco-friendly power to wild designs, The Current: New Wheels for the Post-Petrol Age showcases the future of bikes—as well as a few cars and three-wheelers. From the stunning wooden and steel AVIONICS V1 to Alta Motors’ Redshift St concept, Cake’s striking Kalk, designs by Night Shift and more, the book is full of covetable bicycles. Readers can delve into the electric revolution over 208 pages—exploring engineering, design, custom creations, classic brands and more.
Designed as a camera bag replacement, the Leica Edition Pixentu jacket comes packed with features. There’s built-in space for a tripod; waterproof, soft, lined pockets for lenses; and space for a camera—not to mention an especially long hood to protect you and your camera when shooting in wet weather. Available from size XS to XXL, it’s a wildly practical item made for people of all ages and genders.