Designed in San Francisco, this desktop organizer system from Rest is made of premium Walnut & features soft, cork inlays, giving you a tidy way to store phone, watch & personal items. The system is modular so you choose the pieces you need: a phone bed, watch dock & organizer bed. They snap together magnetically for a custom configuration.
Designed for lightweight, backpacker portability Snow Peak’s simple & powerful Bipod Stove features 2 sturdy fold-open stainless steel legs & a support arm that easily holds even larger, heavier cook pots. The Bipod stove uses canister fuel & also features an automatic igniter.
Slim enough to carry in your wallet, the Credit Card Ax is a serious survival tool. It’s made of 12-gauge stainless with a transformer design that you can turn into an actual axe with a makeshift handle & a few zip ties. It also boasts 20 other functions including screwdrivers, wrenches, or a spear. via
Luggage-maker TUMI is celebrating 40 years of design & innovation with the release of their limited edition 1975 collection. Highlighted by natural grain leather & smart details the collection includes bags ranging from a rolling carry-on to a rucksack to a briefcase, wallet, & more.
The Treo Chair from Therm-a-Rest can support up to 250 pounds but collapses down to just 13-inches for easy packing & portability. It features an easy-set-up tripod design that folds into a tube shape that will fit perfectly in the side pocket of your pack.
Made from M35 military tarp material, the Ultimate Gym Bag from Chicago-based Defy Bags is a sup-basic cylindrical zip-top duffel that’s built for abuse. It features weatherproof YKK zippers, and 2” seatbelt webbing straps. Made in the USA.
A real toolbox is made of metal. Don’t believe us, ask your dad. Stanley has just released a line of all-metal toolboxes that range from a simple flip-top storage box to models with several sliding drawers. They are stackable for more organized storage and feature convenient one-handed latches on top and rotating carrying handles. via
Created by Scottish minister Robert Stirling in 1816, the Stirling engine uses heat to increase the temperature of a liquid or gas to fire the pistons & run. This kit from German model maker Böhm lets you build the desktop-size parallel twin engine yourself (in about 3 hours) and put it on display. This is just one of an impressive collection of miniature motors available.
Constructed by hand using supple lambskin leathers and American-made elastic, the TGT (pronounced ‘tight’) wallet is a super-slim alternative to bulkier traditional wallets. It features a leather pocket for cash and the wide elastic band holds your cards.
Made for compatibility with all Apple Watch models and bands, the Watch Dock from Mophie begins charging your watch as soon as it’s placed on the dock. It features all-aluminum construction with leather accents and offers USB connection with tangle-free cable management.