Columbia’s OutDry Extreme Technology is an eco-friendly alternative to the non-biodegradable synthetic PFCs usually used for waterproofing outerwear. Instead, it uses a micro-perforated rubber-like membrane that repels water but still breathes. This tech is featured in the ECO Shell jacket, which is also made of 100% recycled material and available only in white—not dying the fabric saves 13 gallons of water per garment.
Drawing inspiration from Persol’s 1940s archive, Galleria 900 is an Italian-made collection of 5 retro-inspired frames—both RX and sunglass styles—featuring classic Persol details and fresh, stylishly modernized silhouettes.
Blurring the line between socks and shoes, Skinners are ultraportable minimalist footwear for sport, yoga, travel, or just chilling. They provide the comfortable freedom of a barefoot feel but offer the sort of all-terrain protection & traction you get from shoes. Silver is woven into Skinners for odor prevention.
Suunto’s latest smart sport watch, the Spartan Ultra GPS combines GPS and a FusedSpeed accelerometer with a wide array of activity tracking functions for running, triathlon, swimming, cycling, adventure racing, skiing and more. Paired with a Suunto Smart Sensor, it will also track your heart rate.
A simple, straightforward pilot style analog, the Dual Time Scout watch from Filson is built for pure function. It’s powered by an American-made Shinola Aragonite quartz movement, and has a brushed stainless steel 45.5mm case. It features dual time and date illuminated with Swiss Super-LumiNova hands for low-light readability.
Instead of spraying yourself down with toxic chemicals to keep the skeeters away this summer, pull on your Insect Shield Parka. It’s made of Insect Shield polyester fabric that repels mosquitoes, dust mites and other small, annoying pests. The hood zips all the way over the face providing the full protection of a bug net.
With the new Classic Lites Collection, Vans keeps their timeless silhouettes intact in the Authentic, Old Skool, Sk8-Hi and Slip-On, while adding improved cushioning and comfort features. The classic rubber sole is also replaced with a much lighter EVA version that retains the tried-and-true classic tread design.
It’s got analog looks but the technology in this rugged, Pro-Trek adventure watch from Casio can’t be overlooked. Triple Sensor Ver. 3 technology powers the digital compass, altimeter, barometer, & thermometer. It also offers tide graphs, 20 bar water resistance, & LED light illumination.
Disguised as an everyday analog watch, Garmin’s Vívomove includes a built-in activity tracker that monitors how many steps you’ve taken, how you slept, and discreetly alerts you when you’ve been inactive too long. Sync it up with Garmin’s software to keep track of your goals and progress.
The Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit merges a vintage silhouette—the 70s-era Nike Court Classic, with the brand’s latest technology, the ultralight and breathable Flyknit upper. A leather swoosh & cork footbed further blend the old with the new to create a new tennis classic.