Designed by Pierre Charpin for Danish design brand HAY, this PC Portable Lamp features a USB-rechargeable battery and an energy-efficient LED bulb within that produces a warm white glow. The light can be dimmed or brightened thanks to touch control. Made from ABS plastic that’s finished with a scratch- and water-resistant coating, the light comes in six colorways—some of which boast several hues. Standing just under nine inches tall, these lights can be used anywhere, but should be kept indoors when not in use.
Mukti’s Daily Moisturizer with SPF 15 ($54) provides near-instant absorption; perfect for reapplication during the day. Made with aloe vera, desert lime, green tea, jojoba, kakadu plum, rosehip and more, the ingredients are all-natural and clean. The lightweight formula leaves skin feeling moisturized but not greasy, and it’s unscented.
The new Polaroid Go instant film camera is smaller than any of the photo brand’s previous iterations, and it uses an all-new type of film. This starter kit includes the pocket-sized camera and a double-pack of color film. The camera’s self-timer and side mirror assist make self portraits a breeze. Weighing just .53 lbs (242 grams), it’s light enough to wear around your neck for long periods and comes with a strap to do so. The Polaroid Go is rechargeable via USB and a full charge should last 15 film packs—or 120 snaps.
From Luminox’s longterm partnership with renowned adventurer and survivalist Bear Grylls, the rugged Survival AIR Series 3762 GMT Watch encompasses all the tools necessary to track time while trekking the globe. It features a 24 timezone, bi-directional rotating GMT bezel composed of the brand’s proprietary CARBONOX material. Further, it offers 200 meters of water-resistance, a sustained glow to its numerals and indices, and comes set on a thick and durable Milanese mesh bracelet, making the 45mm stainless steel watch an ideal companion for anyone venturing across various outdoor conditions. At its heart, the Swiss-made timepiece features a reliable Ronda 515 HF 6 Quartz movement. This collaboration also includes watches tailored to other extreme conditions as well.
Tokyo-based Suicoke is no stranger to collaboration, and have just released their latest collection made with Danish design brand HAY. In four different color-blocked versions, the DEPA 2.0 sandals are intended for all genders. The eye-catching hues were selected by Mette Hay, and are inspired by the brand’s own spring/summer 2021 collection of homewares and furniture. Pairing bright red with pale pink, deep plumb with emerald green and more, the combinations simultaneously contrast and complement. The silhouettes are classic Suicoke and feature an adjustable Velcro strap and a foam-rubber sole. Stylish but utilitarian, these sandals are ideal for all kinds of summer adventures.
From Comme des Garçons SHIRT (one of the brand’s diffusion labels) and featuring an abstract print by legendary NYC graffiti artist Futura, just how “floral” this tote bag really is remains in the eye of the beholder, but there’s no denying it’s colorful and playful. The polyurethane outer isn’t quite waterproof, but should protect from drizzle or well-placed spills. With a cotton inner lining, the bag features two top handles and a shoulder strap.
From Eldridge St’s cult favorite Yokkoyama Hat Market, this cap pays homage to the store (in Mandarin) and its New York City home (in Spanish). Owned and run by Hirohisa and Lewis, the store sells their designs, as well as plenty of offbeat apparel and accessories. This one-size-fits-all cap is available in various colors and fabrics.
An extension of the Parks Project’s “Leave It Better Than You Found It” campaign, this DIY Park Pick Up Kit comes with all of the tools necessary to clean your local public land. Featuring two recycled bags, gloves and a paper insert with information from the National Park Service (NPS), this ensemble encourages positive action, no matter whether you’re tidying a beach, a park or your own backyard. Best of all, each purchase supports the National Parks Conservation Association’s efforts to engage new park advocates.
Available in four colorways, Bornn’s enamel tumblers are a cheerful alternative to regular glasses and ideal for picnics. Designed in Turkey by Basak Onay and Oyku Thurston, their core is heavy gauge steel with porcelain fused over the top. Measuring 3.8 inches in height, each cup holds eight fluid ounces. Also in the Colorama collection are plates, serving dishes, tea pots and more. Price is in Euros.
From future-forward, fashion-defining and inclusive bodywear brand Chromat, the one-piece Quartz Suit in rose-colored velvet and lycra imparts glamour to anyone wearing it poolside (or in the water). Ethically crafted from luscious Italian-made velvet in Sofia, Bulgaria, the swimsuit (which links a triangle top with a high-cut bottom) runs from sizes XS to XXL.
Moonlight Roller’s retro-inflected, green Emerald City roller skates feature a little moon-shaped cut-out at the ankle—the brand’s hallmark. With a 100% suede upper, tongue stabilizer and 58mm 82A urethane wheels, they’re made for indoor or outdoor skating. Each pair comes with 82-inch laces, a cushioned insole and padded lining for comfort. These classic skates are for all genders, but the sizing is in traditional men’s—so keep that in mind when selecting.
Available in two styles—high-step, diamond-shaped frame or lower, step-through style—the Charge CITY e-bike makes long rides a breeze with pedal-assist and a thumb throttle. This complex machine proves simple to use, with a subtle handlebar display featuring the five-level pedal-assist controls, as well as a speedometer, distance traveled and battery life. Just below is the thumb throttle, which offers a powerful boost when struggling up steep hills. With a top speed of 20mph, and 50 miles of range, the bike boasts tremendous capacity for long rides or daily commutes. Shipped in fully recyclable packaging that’s almost entirely plastic-free, the Charge CITY comes in two colors.
Patagonia is the gold standard for ethical and sustainable outdoors products. Reaching beyond apparel and gear, their Provisions line sets the same standards for packaged foods intended for outdoor adventures. This kit includes snack pouches, meal bars, soup mixes and a variety of proteins that are all mindfully sourced and easily prepared following the included recipes. Delivering 2400 calories of energy per day, per person it’s all the food you need for a weekend adventure.
With a portion of the proceeds going to the National Parks Conservation Association, each sale of this sweet Smilin’ Sun Grandpa Hat results in a little more protection for America’s 421 recognized National Parks. Made from 100% cotton twill (and secured with a leather and metal buckle system), the five-panel denim cap features a large, fuzzy sun patch. It’s also embroidered with Parks Project on the side. Further, the cap comes in one size and should fit most adults.
Reigning Champ uses Polartec’s breathable Delta pique fabric to craft the ideal long-sleeve workout shirt. Not only is the innovative fabric cooling, it also increases airflow, wicks sweat and evenly distributes excess wetness to avoid clinging. Plus, the material prevents lingering odors and stretches naturally while you exercise. Set-in sleeves offer free range of movement and a woven collar stands up against stretching.
From beloved Philadelphia design shop YOWIE (founded by Shannon Maldonado) comes an extra-large, extra-useful tote. Handmade and printed in Los Angeles, it measures 21 inches wide and 15 inches tall, with a 5.5-inch gusset and thick practical straps. It’s perfect for groceries, a picnic or even as a beach bag—and also reps one of our favorite stores.