No project is too big or repair too complicated for this mega pocket-knife. With 18 different attachments (including a wood-saw, magnet, pen and wire-stripper), the lucky recipient may start breaking things just for the thrill of fixing them again.
Arctic Trench $495
Outdoor enthusiasts who want apparel with a modern, sophisticated style will appreciate Aether's Arctic Trench, an ultra-strealimed parka that packs incredible functionality. Whether out on an urban adventure or dogsledding in northern Sweden, elements like zippered hand-warmer pockets, a seam-sealed construction, tons of high quality insulation (even in the hood) and a waterproof exterior will keep you nice and warm when you're on the go.
Chrono Hawk $13,800
From Girard-Perregaux, the historic Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer, comes the Chrono Hawk with a design fit for a fine dinner or time outdoors. The edgier case and face, as well as its technical mastery maintain a stance as one of the best across both aesthetic value and functionality.
Donky Bike $815
With front and back cargo-hauling capacity, the Donky Bike—created by British designer Ben Wilson—is an ingenious city bike designed to agilely weave through city streets at low speeds. The steel beam distributes the cargo's weight so it is held by the frame, not handlebars as with front-end baskets, and the 20" wheels give the bike not only extra dexterity but also a rugged BMX-like appearance.
Folding Pocket Knife $339
Entirely handmade by a single craftsman in Tuscany and bearing his initials, this exquisite pocket knife with a 2.9" blade is made from 420 grade steel, rates 55-57 hardness and is complete with a cow bone handle.
Lockwood Bench Pendant $80
Any skater in your life will be stoked to sport the Lockwood Bench pendant, representing the famed schoolyard in East LA where legends like the Gonz to Koston cut their teeth. This special piece is hand sculpted by designer Spencer Fujimoto, and is part of El Señor's 7 Wonders Collection, which features engraved, wearable pendants symbolizing skateboarding's most iconic spots.
Grid Foam Rollers $25
Unlock those muscles, along with your athletic potential. Trigger Point Foam Rollers are a necessary part of any fitness routine, as they relax tight muscles, prevent injury and ease tension and stress while increasing flexibility. Like having your own personal masseuse, your supple and rolled out muscles will thank you.
TLC200 Pro HDR Time Lapse Video Camera $255
This professional grade camera simplifies HDR timelapse photography and video production, packing loads of pro quality power into an affordable, easy to use package. With a monster-sized image sensor and 97 other sweet features, the Brinno TLC200 captures ultra-high dynamic range—115db, for crisp videos even in low-light or back-lit conditions.
Transition and Seat Wrap $40
In the journey from nature back to civilization, Orange Mud seeks to make the changeover a little easier with their Transition and Seat Wrap. This full-coverage wrap facilitates a quick change out of your beach or workout clothes, fastening with ultra-strong clips that ensure that you don't get arrested for public indecency. It doubles a protective seat cover, so that the inevitable filth you accumulate outside stays out of your car. The handy towel is sure to help any time you need to glide seamlessly from the rugged outdoors to a polished interior.
Seat Packs $47
Must this most amusing activity of cycling always come with that seat discomfort we're all too familiar with? Not necessarily, say our friends at Pijama, known for their stylish electronic device cases crafted from salvaged Italian textiles. Their new collection of saddle covers for your two-wheeler cushion your tush as they add some serious pizzazz to your ride. Available in an array of fabrics, and built with a handy pocket to hold your valuables, these seat pockets are a must for any cycling enthusiast.
DryZone DF 20L Camera Bag $150
Ideal for the traveling photographer, this waterproof camera bag from Lowepro is specially designed with a removable internal case for fast access. Whether it's a surprise rain storm or rowdy set, the roll-top closure seals in your precious equipment and keeps the elements out.
Red Wing Heritage
Red Maple Ice Cutter Boots $380
Designed to give actual ice cutters a steady, warm platform to stand on all day, the aptly named Ice Cutter boot is insulated with wool and grounded by a thick lug sole for ice and snow. Both handsome and rugged at once, the sturdy boot is actually the first-ever boot designed by Red Wing specifically for wintry conditions.
Terra New York
Winter Cape $385
Terra New York's semi-transparent, 100% waterproof jackets merge fashion with utility while keeping you dry—and looking good—during those cumbersome spring showers. This winter, they've added new capes, trench coats and parkas to their arsenal, which include a removable wool lining.
Ultimate Ears Boom $200
Ultimate Ears Boom brings a blast of 360˚sound wherever you may go—even the shower. The portable, Bluetooth-enabled speaker allows two devices to connect at the same time, letting music hogs take turns controlling the groove without interrupting the vibe. Available in a range of colors, the small speaker packs 15 hours of battery life, wireless use from up to 50 feet away and the ability to sync with your smartphone’s morning alarm.
Kiss me Kiss me Beach Towel $95
In coordination with Art Basel and her first solo show at a US museum, MOCA and Fontainebleau Miami Beach commissioned the ever-fascinating Tracey Emin for a collection of beach towels, t-shirts and flip-flops replicating her famed neon sign. From an artist who's never been afraid to put it all out there, these suggestive limited edition towels are just what the party called for with her steamy message, "Kiss me Kiss me Cover my Body in Love."
Oversized Beach Towels $50
Pendleton Woolen Mills' relationship with Native Americans goes back six generations, when designer Joe Rawnsley spent years researching native culture, from the Southwest to Northwestern Oregon. Rawnsley noted colors and patterns that held the most meaning to the tribes, and interpreted these designs into Pendleton's weaving processes, originally using blankets for trade with the natives. Invest in an American classic with Pendleton's soft terry cloth towels, which are just like their authentic blankets, but ready for the beach.