A waterproof, flexible, ultra-bright ambient lighting solution that can be hung, strung, hooked, stuck to, or wrapped around basically anything.
A funny guide to seeing and celebrating the wonders of urban nature, and in a way, learning to be a better, more curious parent.
A comfortable, durable, and waterproof messenger-style backpack.
A portable, pressurized shower/clean-up system that’s like having a water hose to-go.
A true go-anywhere shower that pulls water from virtually any sink, bucket, or basin and even filters it for you.
Now available in cut- and tear-resistant Black Halcyon and Nordic Halcyon.
An elegant way to continually keep your earbud cable where you want it, i.e. out of your way and with just the right amount of slack.
An excellent bike trailer with the kinds of safety/comfort features and attention to detail parents will appreciate.
A handsome, water-repellant lambswool and leather ski jacket designed to keep you warm and dry even on the most frigid days, whether you’re in town or hitting the slopes.
A dependable, army-style fire starter that can last up to 12,000 strikes, works even in extreme conditions, and includes a built-in emergency whistle.
A huge thermos that’s easy to carry and pour, and keeps liquids cold for 16 hours or hot for 12 hours.
The warmest and longest-lasting blanket you’ll ever own (and maybe your grandchildren too).
An awesomely bright red beanie.
A desktop star chart that inverts the night sky for immediate and complete reference of the essential heavenly bodies.
A super-affordable sharpener that may just be the last one you ever buy.
A stellar sharpening system that includes everything you need to keep your pocket knife sharp and your fingers safe.
A disposable packet full of fresh coffee for brewing a cup on the trail, pourover-style.
A quality hatchet made with old-world craftsmanship and guaranteed to last.
A packable iron skillet with similar heat retention properties to cast iron, but with half the weight.
MilestonePod is a really interesting device for runners and walkers. On first glance, it looks basic. It doesn’t look high tech at all. By design, it’s simple. It’s attached to your shoe, and it’s always tracking your runs/walks. You can then sync the device over Bluetooth to their iPhone or Android apps. There is no start or stop button. You simply get moving, and the device tracks your steps. At $25, MilestonePod is a really in-expensive fitness tracker for runners of any kind.