Travel Clothes for Summer Vacations

Our picks for lightweight, comfy and stylish gear for planes, trains, cars and more

No one wants to be the person lining up for airport security or a bus transfer in stained sweatpants or pajamas. To dress casually and comfortably for travel—especially in hot weather—can be difficult. There is travel etiquette to acknowledge (no bare feet please) as well as efficiency, but comfort and aesthetics are equally important. Going from the intensely air-conditioned plane (or train, or bus) to …

Improve Circulation with ISAORA’s Microlight Down Jacket

Insulation in the lightweight top layer converts body heat to infrared energy

The lightweight down jacket is quickly becoming a chilly weather essential. Easily packed, universally layered and appropriate for both casual downtime and as performance activewear, it’s no wonder why the versatile piece is becoming ubiquitous. ISAORA‘s latest take comes equipped with a water-resistant outer material to brave the elements and bears the quality the NYC-based company has become known for. However it’s what’s inside the …

Deejo’s Ultralight Knives

Made in France, the lightest option starts at just 15 grams or two No. 2 pencils

From the downright beautiful to the purpose-built, a good knife is an essential part of anyone’s kit—whether camping in the bush or getting chores done around the house. France has a knack for producing some of the most celebrated blades, from the iconic Laguiole to sophisticated flatware. A relative newcomer to the French knife game is Paris-based Deejo, founded in 2010 by two friends looking …