Casio’s high-tech Rangeman GPS watch not only offers navigational assistance, but its can use solar power to extend GPS run time in a pinch. In addition to logging paths, it can help you backtrack where you came from too, and sync route data with a smartphone.
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Coiski Media visited the Golden State Warriors’ basketball facility to check out some of their players’ shoes. They spoke with Director of Team Operations Eric Housen about storing thousands of shoes, transporting gear for away games, and the players’ shoe wearing habits.
FPM’s Bank Workstation looks like premium luggage, but it’s actually a portable workspace that comes with a folding chair. It also has an extendable desktop and four drawers. For those who need somewhere to rest instead of work, the Bank Collection also has a portable bed.
Engineered Garments added an eye-catching and convenient twist to Dr. Martens’ classic 1461, replacing the shoe’s laces with a leather Velcro strap over the eyelets. It’s available in four military-inspired leather colors as well as a milkshake suede variant.
Show your love for retro video games with this sweet dark red messenger bag, embellished with the Japanese version of gaming great Atari’s iconic logo. We suggest using it to carry a LYNX portable, a selection of game cartridges, and some old Antic magazines.
Paperwallet’s Micro Wallet will fit in even the slimmest of pockets, because it’s nearly as thin as a credit card. But don’t worry about breaking it because it’s made of Tyvek, making it strong, durable and water-resistant. It fits up to 8 cards and it also has a cash compartment.
Effortlessly go from casual to dressy with Uniform Experiment’s Reversible MA-1 Blouson. The MA-1 side is made of nylon and has snap side pockets, sleeve pocket and ribbed cuffs. The suit side is made of polyester and has three buttons, patch pockets and a chest pocket.
Organic Basics’ SilverTech 2.0 boxers are coated with silver, which makes them resistant to bacteria and other microbes. That means you can wear them for weeks at a time, saving time and water. They’re also mostly made from recycled silver and nylon.
While you could wrap up your credit cards and cash in actual bacon, that would not only make a greasy mess, but you’d probably end up eating it pretty quickly. This recycled paper wallet only features a realistic image of the delicious smoky meat, so it’s far less messy.
If you’d like to get in on the fanny pack’s comeback – or if you never left the bag behind – check out the Link Waist Bag from Japanese bag maker Master-Piece. It has water-resistant nylon twill shell, a striking carabiner clasp and a zipped inner pocket. Available in four colors.
If you’re always traveling with different amounts or types of gear, you need a truly versatile backpack. Rolltop bags keep your stuff dry, offer easy access, and expandable space. Our friends at Everyday Carry picked eight great packs that take advantage of a rolltop design.