Autonomous Tent

Designed by architect Harry Gesner to be both beautiful and portable, the Autonomous Tent is an eco-conscious way to enjoy the outdoors. Available in two sizes — the 700 sq ft Cocoon and the 1,000 sq ft Tipi — these shelters can be set up or taken down in a matter of days, with a curved design that features strong frames made from steel, aluminum, or laminated beams, and translucent fabric shells engineered to handle winds of up to 90 mph and heavy loads of snow. They sit on wooden decks, so they don't need a foundation, and they can easily hook in to available utilities or, if necessary, can be outfitted with solar panels, composting systems, grey water systems, and other equipment that allow them to operate off-grid.

  • Best Made Field Desk

    Developed in collaboration with Dayton-based H. Gerstner & Sons and illustrator Ross MacDonald, the Best Made Field Desk is an heirloom-quality piece meant to let you stay productive no matter where you are. The case is made from kiln-dried American cherry that's plain cut to help expose the grain, and has a red leather work surface that lifts on either end for access to the storage compartments underneath. It's finished with brass corner guards, a leather handle, and comfortable shoulder strap.

  • Onak Foldable Canoe

    Designed for urbanites who still enjoy the outdoors, the Onak Foldable Canoe lets you navigate the city without the need for an SUV and storage unit. Made from a thermo‐formable, honeycomb‐curv composite material that's ten times stronger than polypropylene, the canoe weighs just 37 pounds yet can carry over 440 pounds. It folds down into a 47" x 15" x 10" rectangle for transport, and assembles in just 10 minutes so you can spend more time in the water and less doing tedious setup.

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