Old Man and the Sea Cap $372
Named after Japan's "jean capital" of Kojima, Kapital crafted this fisherman's cap from heavy duty Japanese cotton and finished it with a tough leather closure. The loose fitting cap is sturdy enough to last through any nautical nightmare.
Maslin & Co
Zebra Towel $225
Ditch the threadbare Technicolor rags lying around the linen closet and invest in a sophisticated zebra hide beach towel from Maslin & Co. Complete with its own leather carrying strap, this is an accessory to show fellow beachgoers you mean business with your seaside spread.
Simple Fly Fishing Kit $280
There are many who will say that to introduce someone to fly fishing is to give them a gift for life. Patagonia's SImple Fly Fishing Kit can get anyone started in the art of tenkara, a lo-fi Japanese technique. They'll get a 10-foot rod and line with a box of a dozen flies, a book on the craft and a quick set-up guide. Plus, the company donates $10 of each purchase to Montana's Madison River O'Dell Creek restoration project.
Avail Lip Balm With Sunscreen $19
Aesop's Avail lip balm combines the immediate benefits of an all-natural moisturizer (free of silicone, paraffin, beeswax and other animal-derived ingredients) with a proactive UV filters for the ultimate sun shield. This SPF30 lip balm is one to keep on your person all summer long.
I Love to Kick Foosball Table $85
World Cup only comes once every four years, but you can the energy alive everyday with a competitive (or friendly) game of foosball. Kartoni's affordable cardboard table makes it easy—complete with a wooden ball, customizable players, cup holders and a smartphone speaker, this portable table is ready to go anytime and anywhere you want to play.
Key Log Rolling
The Key Log $2,150
Technological progress like those on a Key Log represent the best of what separates man from beast. Gone are the dark ages of treacherous, splintering logs in the middle of a lake—this 65-pound portable tube simulates the good old-fashioned fun of a log roll with special innovations to help control speed so kids can learn to balance while having a splash.
Authentic New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart $5,500
Ever since 1936 when Oscar Mayer rolled out the Wienermobile, the first mobile hot dog cart, sausage vendors have become an inextricable part of America's urban centers. This high-quality vendor cart is modeled after the same found on the streets of New York City and is perfect for backyards or business opportunities.
EQ Bike Chain Cover $28
Japanese utility bag producer, Master-piece have entered the cycling arena with this EQ bike chain cover made of heavy duty nylon that's designed to keep your chain from scratching your frame.
Rhino Laces $29
Created by wild land firefighters, Rhino's Unbreakable Boot Laces make a mighty claim for a small but significant gear staple: they cannot be burned, torn, cut or destroyed in any way. If some Herculean effort proves them wrong, their guarantee covers a replacement.
Ilan Dei Venice
Cruiser Tea Cart $1,300
Functional, beautiful and understated, Ilan Dei Venice's tea cart—with its powder-coated aluminum frame and corian wheels (with Buna-N tred)—rolls anywhere one might need cocktails. And the four colorways—ice, marigold, mint and pacific—are perfect for a casual but classy afternoon garden party
Watermelon Scarf Blanket $184
Potipoti combines summertime kitsch and whimsy with subtle sophistication in its watermelon blanket that can also serve as a festive scarf. The fun continues with a natural leather carrier, which doubles as a belt.
Mini Hozuki Lantern $40
The Mini Hozuki Lantern brings sharp, modern design to your campsite. The smart and slick little LED bulb emits warm, natural light reminiscent of a candle, and features intuitive controls and a powerful magnetic fastener.
Rebecca J Kaye
Bike Race Monument Badges $5
Pin on a little piece of graphic cheer with Rebecca J Kaye's Bike Badges. The set of four buttons, each about an inch in diameter, is emblazoned with colorful patterns avid cyclists will recognize upon further examination.
Ny Rocking Chair $550
The iconic Ny chair, named for the phonetic pronunciation of designer Takeshi Nii's last name, as well as the Danish word for new or fresh, is available once again. The classic 1958 design—which has a home in MoMA's permanent collection—easily folds up to take on the road, but is just as great in a living room or anywhere you want to rock.
Cast Iron Skillet $50
Everyone needs a solid cast iron skillet that will last forever, and this one from Poler has pour spouts on both sides and a "handle helper" to help with the heavy lifting.
Stone + Cloth
Fitz Roy Camo Rucksack $88
The rugged mountains of Patagonia and Mt. Fitz Roy inspired this camo printed backpack, made from heavyweight 18-ounce canvas. An interior padded sleeve helps protect a laptop while out on urban and rural adventures. Each Stone + Cloth purchase provides educational support and scholarships for students who live near the foothills of Kilimanjaro.