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April 2021 Editors Picks

Find one-of-a-kind gifts and discover new trends with our Editors Picks. Our team of editors run you through this month’s must-have, must-know and must-see gear. We are constantly on the prowl for the coolest stuff, travel essentials for life on the road, new smooth and stylish fashion pieces, new adventure ready gear, new tech stuff and accessories for your everyday carry. Here are a just few of our favorites for this month. Product details below.


The wireless Addon series by Audio Pro combines simplicity with award winning sound. The beautiful retro-styled speaker has a clear inspiration from Scandinavian minimalism, the beautiful design is modern, simple and sophisticated. Available in several sizes.
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The Apple AirTag is a small and elegantly designed accessory that helps keep track of and find the items that matter most with Apple’s Find My app. Customers can personalize AirTag with free engraving, including text and a ion of 31 emoji.
BUY | $29



Splitting wood in the crisp mountain air has never been so satisfying. The Pulaski Axe features a solid steel core that connects the axe head to the pommel for superior strength and durability, and the dual blades—both an axe blade and a horizontal blade make it a versatile tool for outdoor work.
BUY | $142



Locate your missing items with the bluetooth-enabled tracker. A slim design which firmly rests inside your Orbitkey Key Organiser or standard keyring - the included tassel allows you to attach onto anything else you want to track.
BUY | $35



Danner, has joined forces with Vibram for the Mountain 600, a hiking boot designed for versatility. The rugged, waterproof suede upper offers waterproof protection to withstand the wettest conditions, whilst the adaptive Vibram Fuga outsole features self-adapting lugs and MegaGrip compound for superior grip on both wet and dry surfaces.
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The Ellis uses a lockback design so that you can do real work with a tool that locks; no more busted knuckles turning screws. Other features include a partially-serrated point blade, a screwdriver that doubles as a bottle opener, a scraper and pry, and a bail loop for attaching to your keys, carabiner or backpack.
BUY | $99



Merging the multi-blade design of a plastic razor with the permanence of a metal safety model, the Leaf Razor sustainably straddles between the two. It has up to three easily replaceable blades, with a top blade only configuration offering the most comfortable experience and all three blades offering the closest shave.
BUY | $84



Matador have introduced a new improved version of their popular Pocket Blanket. The ultra compact and lightweight blanket is small enough to fit neatly into your pocket, and when unfolded lets you enjoy a 63" X 44" blanket.
BUY | $30



Built with North Face´s super-material, a lightweight waterproof fabric they are calling FutureLight, the Summit L5 Futurelight Jacket, a jacket that defies expectations with the highest level of durable, breathable-waterproof protection, allowing you to defy the mountain like never before.
BUY | $650



Transform your bulky mess of a keyring into an organized, quiet stack with the Orbitkey Key Kit. It fits up to seven keys and includes a slim 8GB USB 3.0 stick and a stainless steel multi-tool, which works as a bottle opener, hex wrench, box cutter, file, and a flat-head screwdriver.
BUY | $60



Italian micro-brand Unimatic are specialists in manufacturing minimalist dive watches, they have a sleek styling, excellent build, an affordable price, and a small production run. Their timepieces strive to combine design elements from vintage and contemporary watches in order to create a perfect balance between both styles.
BUY | $775



This watertight and versatile 40L travel backpack is the ultimate weekender, camping, commuting carry all travel backpack. It easily carries enough gear for at least a two-day adventure, but holds its own when it comes to the daily commute when you need more volume.
BUY | $299



A pen is a fundamental piece of EDC gear. The Stilwell is small in size, but punches well above its weight class. With its minimal form, it will easily ride in your pocket all day, but when it’s time to do work the Stilwell is all business.
BUY | $50

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BLACK LEATHER UTILITY BACKPACK | BY KILLSPENCER

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PATAGONIA M10 JACKET

Made for those who thrive on thin and technical climbs in full alpine conditions, the new M10 is a study in minimalism - and their lightest 3-layer hard shell. The soft, pliable waterproof/breathable nylon ripstop fabric yields superb durability for its weight and protects against monsoon-season precip and summit ridge gusts....
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NEW BALANCE RAINIER REMASTERED

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