Available in three skin tones, Nuditone bandages offer more diversity in hue than the widely available versions. Rooted in the belief that “nude is a conceptual color that should suit all skin tones,” the Swedish brand makes light, medium and dark adhesive matte-finish bandages that come in packages of 20—with two sizes inside. There’s also a multipack edition that accounts for all three tones currently available.
Portland, Oregon-based Looptworks repurposes and upcycles fabrics and post-consumer materials that would otherwise be scraps to create bags and accessories. Further, these limited-edition, hand-numbered items are crafted in facilities that employ fair labor practices. The brand’s Weekender Duffel comes in two colorways—black or yellow—and features a kite sail fabric outer and nylon interior, making it lightweight but durable. With a divider inside to separate apparel and gear (as well as two pockets, one with a zip for valuables), the bag has a 37-liter capacity and abides by most airlines’ carry-on rules.
Born from a partnership with Pittsburgh-based organization First Mile, Puma’s Erupt Trail running sneakers employ yarns made from plastic pollution collected in Taiwan, Honduras and Haiti. This silhouette is the first from this sustainable collection, but it’s also a continuation of a refresh of the Puma brand that commenced a few years back. Referencing design-forward footwear both past and present, this iteration offers high-performing tread and support systems and plenty of stylish finishing touches.
Made from wildcrafted Creosote (the “quintessential desert scent”), organic rosemary and jojoba oil, beeswax and mango seed butter, Sonoran Rosie’s aptly titled Creosote Rosemary Cream carries notes of sun-soaked wood and wild herbs. Creosote heals sunspots, soothes sunburns, repels mosquitoes and other bugs, and aids in the prevention of infection, as the plant boasts antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Plus, this cream helps to heal tattoos and supports skin after other moments that leave it particularly vulnerable. Available in two or four fluid ounce packages, each cream is made to order.
Lomography’s preloaded “disposable” camera looks and functions like a simple, convenience store option—and can fit in a pocket, too—but it produces better and arguably more interesting photos. With LomoChrome Metropolis ISO 100-400 film inside, shots will tend toward the grungier and more contrasty end of the analog spectrum. Once you’re finished with this film pack, the camera can be refilled with any of Lomography’s 35mm options. To develop your shots, turn the roll in to any photo lab.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Chrome Industries has released a collection of limited-edition colorways for their iconic Citizen Medal Messenger bag: Old School, Glitter, Checkered Flag, and Neon Splatter. Referencing styles passed and biking motifs of yesteryear, these playful, high-performing bags celebrate the technically-inclined and design-savvy brand. Our personal favorite, Gold Glitter, adds a pop of color to an otherwise all-black bag designed to carry a laptop, sneakers, bike lock, water bottle, and more over one shoulder.
From Australian brand Perks and Mini (better known as PAM), these Animal swim shorts are made from 100% polyester and feature back and side pockets, rendering them as practical for everyday wear as they are for the beach. With leopard and reptile patterning as well as swirling, abstract digital prints, the shorts are alluringly audacious. Featuring mesh underwear lining and a drawstring waist, they’re available in small, medium and large.
Measuring four by four inches, Another Room’s handy 820D nylon pouch traps in the aroma of fresh flower or edibles. With a playful slogan on the outside, this baggie seals super-tightly so you can discreetly carry a handful of joints or loose marijuana inside.
Sundae School’s “Honor Roller” cap is more than a 420-friendly slogan. The hat also features a loop on the right-hand side that’s just big enough to hold a joint—or anything joint-shaped. Equal parts silly and practical, this cap is made for summer adventures.
adidas’ Terrex Free Hiker GTX (in khaki, sesame and olive) fuses the brand’s high-performance capabilities and advanced design with all the prerequisites of a sturdy hiking boot. Primeknit uppers, GORE-TEX lining, and boost cushioning all sit atop the Continental rubber outsole—which provides comfort and stability no matter what’s underfoot. Best of all, the sock-like fit keeps debris, dirt, sand and water out.
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.
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.
With a functional and attractive diagonal mixte-frame, the M7 from Public Bikes blends the classic French-style step-through with a sporty upright shape. Handmade from lightweight steel, this bicycle features a Shimano Mega range derailleur gear system, puncture-resistant tires and front and rear rack mounts—for bags, baskets or cargo racks. Available in two colors and two sizes, this bike is ideal for daily commuting and weekend wanders.
Released as part of Only NY and the MTA’s collaborative collection, the beach T-shirt promotes one of the city’s most underrated treats: accessibility to dozens of delightful beaches by subway or bus. Made in the US from 100% 6.5 oz ring-spun cotton, the message it carries is simple: “Take the Train to the Beach.”
The NanoDry towel is super-packable, despite measuring 120 by 60cm, and comes in a travel case attached to a carabiner—so it can be hooked to your bag, bike, or even keys. Light and ultra-absorbent (absorbing 2.3 times its weight), its antimicrobial coating works against mold and mildew. Available in four colorways, thanks to its packability, this towel is easily carried around daily—just in case of an impromptu dip.
Lightweight yet commanding, Cannondale’s Treadwell 2 exists somewhere between beach-cruiser and city-commuter. The wider-set handlebars and thicker tires afford confidence, but the slender frame (SmartForm C3 Alloy with hidden cables) provides agility. This is a multi-purpose bike that’s built to last.