Ultralight and fast, highly weather resistant and alpine strong, the Alpha FL 30 ($239) is for built for climbers. An intense focus on the realities of moving fast on rock and ice led to this versatile, streamlined pack that combines leading edge fabric technologies, performance focused design and a confident simplicity.
A classically inspired camp stool ($129), made to last for generations. Made in Portland, Oregon with USA grown hardwood Ash, turned to a slight taper. The seat is English bridle leather with doubled attach points sewn in.
This retro tape recorder ($35) is actually a working speaker for your iPhone! Miss the days of leggings, fluro and leather jackets? Of course you don’t - they have all come back with a vengeance. However, you might be missing your old tape recorder! Now you don’t have to give up your iPhone to be retro cool -the iRecorder is an old-school style speaker for your phone!
Make-be-leave isn’t just for kids anymore. Grab your Disguise and pretend your next boring occasion is a barrel of laughs. Disguise ($90) is sleek enough for the corporate scene, large enough to hold your important papers, and will turn all business frowns up-side-down!
Build your own SLR and learn all about camera mechanics in just a few steps! The Konstruktor DIY Kit ($35) is the world’s first 35mm plastic SLR, and you can assemble it yourself.
"Where’s the nearest outlet?" they ask. "Who cares" you answer. You’ve got BatteryBox ($150) - a 50Whr battery that fits into the palm of your hand. That’s enough juice for 12 hours of a Macbook Air, 6 hours of Macbook Pro, or 8 iPhones. And with the LED status indicator, you’ll always know your power levels with a push of a button.
If you’re looking for the most rugged, durable yet ultimately affordable protection for the new iPad, you found it in the Drop Tech Series Case for the iPad. Shock absorption, drop protection, extreme ruggedness and hard-core readiness for all adventures, the Drop Tech Series Case ($60) for the iPad specifically conforms to the shape of the iPad and offers multiple layers of protection.
Never stop moving with Fitbit Flex ($100). Wear this slim, stylish device all the time and get the motivation you need to get out and be more active. It tracks steps, distance, and calories burned and shows you how you’re stacking up against your daily goals. At night, it tracks your sleep cycle, helps you learn how to sleep better, and wakes you silently in the morning.
Geeft it for $100
The Lighthouse250 Lantern ($75) from Goal Zero is the epitome of emergency preparedness and the perfect light for any backup kit. With the Lighthouse250 Lantern and USB Power Hub, light up any situation with 250 lumens of bright, LED light—or use the dimmable, DuaLite Directional Lighting feature to save on power for extended runtime.
Geeft it for $75
Who says you have to get out of bed? The Selk’bag 4G Classic ($160) is perfect for people who feel restricted by traditional sleeping bags or for a cozy alternative to wrapping up in a blanket around camp.
Geeft it for $160