Constructed from durable, technical waterproof fabrics, the Oda Hop backpack could be the most comfortable pack you'll ever own. It's built for long urban commutes, weekend adventures, and just about everything in between. The pack offers a clean, minimalist design along with a patent-pending magnetic system that lets you customize your entire set up. It's slim yet structured, with concealed zips and organized compartments to help keep your life sorted and your gear perfectly wedged.
Presented by Oda Design.
Presented by Oda Design.
The U.S. Army M-51 was issued to soldiers in 1951 to help protect them from the elements during the Korean War. This fishtail parka draws inspiration from that jacket, built to keep you dry and warm while providing plenty of breathability. The thigh-length jacket is a cotton/poly blend with a two-way front zipper and a storm flap with hidden snap closures. It's perfect for camping, hunting, or general winter wear, and is finished with two lower flap pockets, a utility pocket on the sleeve, and cuff adjusters. Available in black or olive.
The higher you climb, the more dangerous ultraviolet rays become, and that applies with or without snow on the ground above the treeline. Built for climbers but ideal for anyone traveling through snow and ice, even in the city streets, these glacier sunglasses not only provide polarized lenses with UV protection but also have removable magnetic perforated side panels to further reduce glare and UV damage from your peripheral vision. The matte black frame glasses are flexible and lightweight, so you barely notice they're on, while rubber nose pads ensure they won't slip off during your next mountain climb or ski run. Each pair is backed for life by Sunski, even if used at 10,000 feet or just on Park Avenue. Carrying case included.
Temple width: 5.55" / Nose bridge width: 0.39" / Lens width: 2"
Buttons. Handles. Touchscreens. The world is built for touching — but in these unprecedented times, touching as few shared surfaces as possible is smart. Clean Key is a pocketable tool that serves as a buffer between your hands and those surfaces. Crafted from close to 60% copper and a high dose of zinc alloy, it's naturally antimicrobial and has a clever design that can be used to pull handles, push buttons, and interface with touchscreens, all without ever touching them with your own hands. Ideal for attaching to a keychain, it'll give you some confidence next time you absolutely have to touch something.