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.
The legendary Marshall Stanmore II speaker gets a 21st-century addition: Amazon Alexa-controlled operations. This incredibly versatile speaker, from the brand’s classic roster, is renowned for crisp audio—thanks to its two 15 Watt class D amplifiers—and its heritage-inspired look (fit with an “EST. 1962” etched into its front). Listeners can now ask Alexa to change the song, adjust the volume or even provide information for upcoming shows from the track’s maker—all from across the room.
Divided into a set of eight notebooks, this collection of 100 “essential” cocktail recipes was devised by the editors at PUNCH. Each notebook focuses on one base ingredient–vodka, gin or tequila, for example–and helps readers builds out an expansive repertoire of drinks to have on hand for any occasion. In total, the collection is 384 pages worth of cocktail knowledge, recipes and tips.
Made from vegetable-tanned Italian leather, the Generation Sidekick Wash Bag from Troubadour is an elegant iteration of the classic dopp kit. With a waxed cotton interior (which is 100% waterproof) and a zipper that loops and seals just beyond the bag to form a hanger/handle, it’s highly functional. Its three-liter capacity also makes it an ideal size for carry-on.
This simple design from Brabantia accommodates countertop waste and compost in a modern and discreet way. Topping out at six liters, the bin can be mixed, matched and combined with others in their line to create an organized system. It can also be wall-mounted or easily carried with its handle.
Just the right amount of smoky and floral, Istros Aromatique delicately fragrances a room, without being overwhelming. With pink pepper, lavender and tobacco, the scent is earthy but floral, invigorating and soothing. The 100ml bottle will last a good while, and the design is sophisticated enough not to hide away in bathroom cupboards.
Designed for soil-free use, this hydroponic smart garden from Plantui can grow up to six plants at a time with autonomy and ease. The 18 lights tucked into the device’s lid fuel the plants’ germination and growth all year. The only work to be done is to add water to the chamber and adjust the lamp’s height as the plants grow. From first breach to full-grown plant, the process takes about six weeks.
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.
An archive of the publication’s immense print and online efforts and an anthology of the past 100 years of sneaker culture, Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book! is nothing if not comprehensive. Founded by Simon “Woody” Wood, the publication started back in 2002 and has remained a go-to for sneaker enthusiasts and experts alike. Over 670+ pages, every significant (and some obscure) sneaker moment is documented and studied—from the Air Max to Reebok Pump—in this essential read.
Forged from aluminum, with a glass-topped charging spot, this Tom Dixon and Native Union wireless charger is a luxe home base for all of your Qi-compatible devices. Every detail, as evident firsthand, was considered in this collaboration. From the station’s well-proportioned weight to its durable stainless steel cable, this will become an anchor of your daily routine.
Part of beloved California studio Heath Ceramics’ limited edition winter series, this stunning vessel has been “dipped and flipped” many times to create unique colors and lines—rendering each one unlike any other. Standing at nine inches high, it features their new “Basin” glaze, crafted trough a proprietary technique.
Velvet Hippo’s hex cushion line offers excellent resting spaces for pups up to 70 pounds. The range comes in small (24″), medium (32″) and large (38″), with three colorway options. The outer fold is sturdy and inside there’s a hypo-allergenic recycled poly-fill. For ease when cleaning, the interior pillows and fill can be removed so the cover can be washed separately.
Packed with nearly 100 years of New Yorker cartoons, The New Yorker Encyclopedia of Cartoons: A Semi-Serious A-to-Z Archive is a two-volume collection of thousands of the wittiest, most cutting and relatable blips of social commentary. Organized by long-tenured editor Bob Mankoff, this encyclopedia is less an index than it is insightful commentary on the past 20 years of life in the Western world.
Made from eco-friendly recycled brass, Inspired Pins’ jewelry collection centers around safety pin charms with a word crafted into one prong. Available in necklace or standalone pin form, they’re an intricate way to display positivity. Our pick is the “Peace” necklace version. It’s a hopeful expression printed in weighty, polished brass. And, $1 from every order goes to Equality Now and their efforts to help make equality real.
Nothing beats cooking with cast iron. Replacing every piece of cookware in your kitchen with ironware makes for a worthy goal. It’s easy to use, retains (and distributes) heat well and can go from the stovetop to the oven without a pan switch. Plus, you can make pretty much anything in there: cookies, steaks and even bread. This three-piece set from Smithey Ironware—with eight, 10 and 12 diameter skillets—is one of the best out there.
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.