Where your passport goes, your watches generally follow. The Discommon Goods Watch Wallet is designed to hold both. Handmade in the USA from waxed Italian leather, it's fully lined with D3O foam for outstanding impact protection, and features two dedicated slots for your timepieces digital or mechanical, as well as pockets for your passport and ticket, phone, and spare straps. Arrives complete with a strap removal tool and a piece of D3O in the shape of a watch for you to play with.
Never mind trying to fix your swing — the Arccos Golf Tracking System will try to make the most of your game using the swing you have. It does so with an army of 14 sensors that attach to each of your clubs and talk to the companion app while you play. Using GPS info from your phone, it knows how far you're hitting each club, as well as how far you are from the green, and can use that to make in-round club recommendations (right on your wrist if you're wearing an Apple Watch). It only gets smarter over time, logs each of your rounds, and since the sensors attach to the hole in the grip end your club, they can be easily transferred when you buy a new set.
Meant for mounting on an outdoor wall, the Rocal Plek 66 Inox Grill is a stunning way to save space while keeping a way to cook outdoors. The stainless steel body appears to be nothing but a segmented box when closed, but open it up and you've got shelves on the sides, a bottom drawer for charcoal, a generous grill compartment, and an integrated hood and flue. And when you're done cooking, closing the grill compartment also closes the hood and lets the ash fall down into the dedicated collection drawer for easy cleanup.
Hitting a fish with your bare hands isn't so smart. Ikejime is brutal, if effective. And most bonkers look like post-apocalyptic weaponry. The Kombo Fish Tool, however, does not. It combines an ergonomic handle, a polypropylene body with three stainless steel weights for maximum impact, and built-in sharpener. Once the fish is still, you can use the hidden fillet knife to clean it, and there's a spoon on the back for the stubborn bits. And should you happen to lose your grip, rest assured that it will float atop the water until you're ready to retrieve it.
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Nearly devoid of markings, MVMT's Chrono Watches are a far cry from your typical chronograph — in the best way possible. They are powered by reliable Miyota movements, and offer a clean, minimalist design, a 45mm stainless steel case, a 24-hour hand, a date window between 4 and 5 o'clock, either a metal or leather band, and a surprisingly low price. Available in black or white.
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Let's face it, just because you wore your shirt for one day to work, doesn't make it necessarily dirty — you sit at a desk all day, it's not like you're working up much of a sweat. The makers of Swash recognize that, giving you an alternative to taking your shirts to the dry cleaner after only one wear. It removes wrinkles and odors, while preserving and restoring your shirts for another wear. And because of its compact design, you can store it pretty much anywhere, saving you time and money at the dry cleaner, while keeping you looking great every day at work.
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A helmet does you no good if you're not actively wearing it. Which is why they created the Thousand Bike Helmet. This modern rethinking of safety headgear has a clean design that strikes an ideal balance between classic and modern, with smart features like a secret PopLock for securing it to your bike, multiple air vents and internal cooling channels for comfort, vegan leather straps with magnetic buckles, and a matte finish in white, navy, or black, all with white trim.
It's large enough for the sea. Yet it folds down small enough to fit in your trunk. The Oru Coast Origami Kayak is the larger brother of the Bay model, measuring 16 feet long and engineered to tackle the wind and waves you'll find on larger bodies of water. Its polypropylene body weighs just 31 pounds and takes less than 10 minutes to setup, and like its predecessor, also comes in a "+" model with full rigging, a folding hatch for gear storage, and an even more comfortable seat. Made in California.
Instead of locking your bike to a post, tree, or bench, park it wherever you want and let the Linka Smart Bike Lock keep it safe. This frame-mounted lock works wirelessly with your phone to automatically unlock when you approach, and lets you immobilize your bike via a 9mm hardened square steel ring with a single push of a button. It has a built-in 100 dB siren that goes off if someone tries to carry your bike away, tamper alerts it delivers to your phone (within a 400 foot range), and a 4-digit pass code feature you can use to unlock the bike should you leave your phone behind.
Gerber Hinderer Rescue Knife ($67).
Oliver J. Sha Move Pen ($52).
Foursevens Mini ML Flashlight ($70).
Nonnative × Seiko Chronograph ($570).
Handgrey Carabiner ($83).
Rexford Knives RUT Razor Blade ($135).
Leather Works MN Union Wallet ($55).
PNY Hook Flash Drive ($28).
You can buy a jetski. Or a boat. But why learn how to pilot a new craft when you already know how to drive a car? The Wavekat P70 Personal Watercraft uses the same steering wheel and foot throttle as your car, making piloting it as simple as sitting down and driving. It relies on an asymmetric catamaran hull design for a stable ride, lets you make sharp 90-degree turns with virtually no loss of speed, and has a top speed of over 35 knots, or more than 40 mph.
Go karts are fun. Shipping them fully assembled is not. The PlyFly Wooden Go-Kart overcomes this challenge by shipping to you in a flat-pack box, Ikea-style. All the wooden parts are made in Newport RI, and each kart offers rack and pinion steering, disc brakes, foam-filled tires, a seat that adjusts to comfortably hold adults, a smartphone mount for both video capture and telemetry, and a safety flag. Arrives with all necessary hardware and is available in 2.5 or 4 hp models.
You know your hand signals. But unless they've been through drivers ed recently, odds are the people around you don't. Zackees Turn Signal Gloves leave no doubt as to your intentions when on your bicycle, informing drivers of your intent to turn via powerful LEDs built right into the tops of both gloves. To use them, just bring the contact points on the index finger and thumb together to activate a flashing arrow light. An ambient light sensor boosts the brightness during daytime use, and thanks to an automatic on/off feature, you can get months of use before it's time to replace or recharge.
Crafted from cast iron and built for the campground, the Poler Dutch Oven makes for a nice addition to your summertime cooking arsenal. The 10-inch pot comes pre-seasoned so you can use it right away, and features built-in feet to keep it steady, a cast iron lid, and a sturdy handle that makes pulling it off the flames safe and easy. Good for everything from desserts to cowboy classics like beans and cornbread.
Most wearables are about tracking your movement. The Pulse Play Wristband is about tracking your game. Built specifically for racket sports by a three-time Grand Slam winner, the band itself sports a simple screen that shows the current score, lets you enter points with a single button press, and serves as an on-court announcer. Once the match is over, it connects with an app, keeping track of your game history, ranking you on a global leaderboard of other players, and letting you connect with nearby players of a similar score level. It's multiplayer matchmaking, just for real-life sports.
Light. Strong. And surprisingly handsome. The White River Knucklehead Knife weighs just 1.7 ounces thanks to its skeleton design, yet its 2.875-inch high-carbon stainless steel blade is chisel-ground to take plenty of abuse between sharpening. The open design lets you get a secure grip on it while allowing room for a bottle opener in rearmost hole, and the included Kydex sheath lets you wear it around your neck, on a belt, or attached to your boot. Available with a natural stone or black PVD finish, and made in the USA.
Longbows have been around for thousands of years. While it might not last that long, the Best Made American Longbow is crafted to last for generations. It starts with a locally-harvested hickory core that's encased in black fiberglass laminate, with a black hand-stitched leather grip, a brass nock point, and Flemish twist Dacron string. The result is an elegant weapon that forgoes sights, pulleys, and other modern niceties to give the archer a timeless shooting experience. Made by hand in the USA.
Classic Engineering Nato Watch ($295).
OWC Envoy Pro Mini Thumb Drive ($199).
Bundle Monster Aluminum Carabiner ($4).
Surefire Backup LED Flashlight ($177).
Parker Jotter Pen ($10).
Kershaw Volt SS SpeedSafe Knife ($27).
Swiss+Tech Keyring Tool ($8).
A car rack when you need one. A clean roofline when you don't. That's the promise of the Otium SoftRack. This smart solution uses two canvas-covered foam blocks and nylon webbing straps to provide pretty much any vehicle with an instant car rack in as little as two minutes. As a result, you can easily haul oversized objects like skis, surfboards, kayaks, and even ladders without folding down seats or leaving trunks open, yet have a normal-looking car when you're just driving around. The whole kit weighs only four pounds, and packs easily into your trunk or hatch when not in use.
It looks like a toolbox. Hence the name. But the Tooletries Case isn't made to carry wrenches and drivers. Instead, it's made to carry your bathroom gear when you're on the go. A hard-shell exterior ensures that your cologne, razor, face wash, and other essentials stay protected, silicone netting keeps things organized, and an over-moulded grip makes it easy to yank hurriedly out of a packed suitcase.