Intended only for cold water, LARQ’s Bottle Movement eliminates 99.9999% of contaminants, courtesy of its built-in UV-C LED technology. Available in two sizes (24- and 32-ounce), the smart bottle self-cleans every two hours, but can also be manually prompted with the touch of a button. Made from a lightweight stainless steel, the bottle is ideal for the gym and outdoor adventures.
Made from odor-resistant merino wool, Tracksmith’s Harrier long-sleeve top comes in six colors and happens to be ultra-soft. Antimicrobial, sweat-wicking, fast-drying and warm, it’s an ideal garment for cycling or jogging in the colder months and is still breathable.
In honor of the late Floyd Patterson, “The Gentleman of Boxing,” Saturdays collaborated with Everlast on all-white leather boxing gloves. They’re elegantly adorned with complex crown motifs and sleek black and gold accents. Whether you dare to wear them for a bout or boxing workout, or stow them away as art pieces, these satisfy both athletic and artistic audiences.
Part of an ongoing collaboration between Chinatown Market and Smiley, this tie-dye basketball adds extra flair to anybody’s game. Crafted from composite leather and inflated to official regulation size, this colorful ball affords equal opportunity for performance as it does expression. Best of all, it’ll be nearly impossible to mix this limited-edition ball up with others at pick-up games.
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.
Printed on recycled paper from French Paper Co, NYC-based Poem Press’ “Court Notecards” feature a grainy, sky-blue basketball court on one side and blank space for notes on the other. Measuring out to be 3.25” by 5.25”, there’s ample room for messages and doodles—or plays on the court.
Made from 100% recycled fishing nets, House of Holland and Speedo’s long-sleeved swimsuit boasts a somewhat retro tie-dye pattern, but the silhouette is contemporary and sleek. With high-cut legs, the suit’s plunging zipper offers a little flexibility and breathability.
Victory Journal shifts its focus for the 17th issue, and centers on outliers and rebels who are changing the sports they play. From an essay about Bushwick’s drag wrestling scene to Kosovo’s emerging gymnastics program, and an interview with self-proclaimed outsider David Shrigley, the insights are fascinating and varied. With plenty of accompanying art and photography, the Victory again proves it’s also a welcome outsider in the world of sports publications.
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.
Available in three sizes, Thousand and Poketo’s collaborative Memphis Movement helmet is lightweight, safe and stylish. There’s a hidden hole for locking the helmet to your bike, seven vents for optimal breathability, a magnetic front buckle and an adjustable rear fit, vegan leather straps and a low-profile visor. It’s also both CPSC and EN 1078 safety certified.
Available in 20+ hues, Nagnata’s color-block bralet is made with organic cotton using a jacquard knit for support. Intended for low-impact workouts (like pilates or yoga), its natural fibers help absorb sweat. Plus, as its manufactured using a process in which no yarn is wasted, this piece is more sustainable than many similar products.
Made in the USA, KILLSPENCER’s ultra-luxe tennis bag has room for a racket and—in the detachable pouch—three cans of balls. The exterior is made from a soft, quilted full-grain leather, while the interior is foam-lined to protect your racket. The straps are also padded to ensure comfort while commuting. The quilted leather is akin to a luxury handbag, and the overall look is opulently high-end.
Made with 750mg broad spectrum hemp CBD and essential oils, Prima’s R + R Cream offers sore muscles some relief. With menthol, peppermint and tea tree providing tingling and cooling sensations, rosemary acts as an anti-inflammatory and other ingredients promote relaxation, and blood flow. The pleasantly scented lotion is made in California and tested in a third-party ISO/IEC-accredited and ORELAP-certified facility—meaning you’re guaranteed a high-quality product, from potency to purity..
Designed to attach beneath your bike’s saddle, Rapha’s waterproof rear pack features enough straps to remain tightly fastened and a clever design that balances (and transfers) weight during rides. With a 15-liter capacity, the pack affords ample room for necessities and its PU-coated polyester fabric (along with welded seams and aquaguard zips) means it’s entirely waterproof.
Support a fictional Philadelphia women’s basketball team with this limited edition T-shirt by Ubiq and YOWIE. Available in small to XL, the No Balls Ballers Club tops are available in black or white and offers a classic boxy shape.
Specifically designed for commuting, Yerka’s V3 features fenders on both wheels, the option of a single- or three-speed gear, and a frame that doubles as a lock. When locking up the bike, simply unhook the lower portion of the frame (where the notch is), detach the seat and then the seat becomes the keystone of the locking system. The bike is then almost impractical to steal, as breaking the lock would compromise the frame. This iteration (available in three sizes and four colors) also comes with anodized rims for anti-erosion as well as aesthetic value.