A collaboration between Vanish and Rumpl, this blanket is composed of soft Sherpa fleece on one side and the outdoor brand’s 30D ripstop fabric on the other. Adorned with an arctic camo print by artist Ben Hucke, this blanket measures out to 50 by 70 inches and weights two pounds when rolled up. The puffy fleece material is ultra-soft, and unlike most of Rumpl’s products, it’s best used indoors.
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.
Le Montréal Français is inspired by the classic French porteur, but with contemporary features including eight-speed gearing, a Shimano chain and a Brooks leather saddle. Versatile, sturdy and ideal for city commutes, this bike combines function with timeless design. Price is in CAD.
This reversible bomber from Lululemon is an adaptable layer that adjusts for each season. Quilted on one side and made with their unique Warpstreme fabric on the other, the jacket is light and comfortable but insulating and warm at the same time. It’s available in three colors—this one is Palm-Deco—and features three secure zippered pockets.
Made in the very same factory that manufactures caps for major league Japanese baseball teams, Poten’s caps are crafted from unexpected fabrics—like this lush velvet iteration. A soft, treated cowhide sweatband complements the 100% rayon velvet body, which comes in three sizes and elevates the entire concept of a baseball cap.
From the ever-playful NYC-based Alltimers, this deceptive skateboard appears adorned in pearls—atop oyster shells, of course. The deck measures eight-inches and is made from seven-ply hard rock maple.
This flame-charred bat, further hand-painted in gold and black, is intended to be more art than what’s typically used at-bat. Still, the solid maple bat is fully functional. Hand-crafted in Nashville, it was made specifically for All Star Week in Washington, DC. Plus, a portion of the proceeds go to Major League Baseball’s RBI program.
With yellow Nightlynx lenses and a lightweight steel frame, these Vuarnet glasses allow for sharper vision in low light conditions. Whether it be at night, or in fog, rain and other inclement conditions, the Swing Nightlynx affords wearers the clearest view as both contrast and perception of distance are improved.
Made for kids, Gentemstick’s Snowripper 146 board is based on the adult-sized Flying Carpet, but offers plenty of float for learners. The brand approaches snowboarding product design from a philosophical, lifestyle angle, and that’s evident here in its progressive Flat Camber system. Price is in Japanese yen.
In the brand’s 2018 signature prints, this pattern for the S2-R Tiger Camo Jersey from Search and Slate was hand-painted in NYC before being digitally rendered and transferred to the stretchy, textured synthetic fabric. With a locking zipper, there’s also a silicone waist-gripper to keep the jersey in place and five pockets for storing small, light possessions.
Available in six colors (black, navy, pink, orange, mint, or purple), Stussy’s aptly named Porter Helmet Bag is big enough to carry a bike helmet, along with a bunch more. With an interior pocket, it’s made from super-durable 100% cotton canvas. There’s also a detachable and adjustable strap, along with top handles for various carrying styles.
Designed to sit in the auricle—which is outside the head—these earplugs are a safer and healthier option than many others that venture too close to the ear canal. Subtle and effective, this affordable accessory will help to prevent Surfer’s Ear (aka exostosis) in swimmers, divers and surfers alike.
Nothing is more “sports” than a ballpark frank, a foam finger and arched, collegiate text. All three are embodied on this New Albion Sports T-shirt. For an adoring sports fan (or an ironic one), this top is made from 100% cotton and offers a classic boxy fit for all genders.
Produced and assembled in Italy, Yniq goggles for skiing and snowboarding blend a luxury aesthetic with functional components seamlessly. Protecting against harmful UV rays, the goggles offer an extreme peripheral field of vision and an anti-fog coating—so you’ll see more no matter the mountain conditions. Anti-scratch, the lenses come in several different tints but we can’t go past this intense orange iteration. Price is in Euros.
For all outdoor and underwater adventures, GoPro’s Hero7 HD camera is waterproof and built for steady footage—no matter the conditions. Controlled either by voice-recognition or touchscreen, this device can also take 15 photos per second, record crisp sound and more. Plus, with the app, you can automatically send footage and photos to your phone in a matter of moments.
Designed to attach snugly under your bike seat, this saddle bag by Rapha is cleverly designed—by people who cycle themselves. The bag features thoughtful details like PU-coating, welded seams, Aquaguard zips (for weather-proofing) and a foam-lining (to prevent objects from rattling). Available in black and pink or black on black, it also features a velcro strap for easy on/off.