Arcteryx has been putting out high performance outdoor equipment for years. Their latest offering is an innovative spin on the classic rolling duffel bag and the result is a truly elegant piece of luggage. The bag is available in two sizes - 80 and 100 liters - and features hard anodized aluminum frame, high-tenacity nylon coating, several efficiently placed pockets and compartments for your valuables and a compress flat design to make storing easily and less space consuming. Arcteryx products are always built with extreme conditions in mind, so you can be sure this bag will survive years of adventuring.
Bolder Watch Chrono Gunmetal Black
Looking for a luxurious time piece and to also support great causes? Then the Bolder Watch may be just for you. Begun as a project by a father and son team Tariq and Salman, this new watch brand allows the customer to choose how much of the profit goes to charity - up to 100%. A handful of companies have integrated philanthropy into their business model - Toms shoes is the big one that comes to mind - yet, this is the first that we've come across that allows for 100% contribution. The watches themselves are gorgeous - featuring a scratch resistant Sapphire Crystal surface, a Swiss quartz movement, genuine calf leather strap, and a clean and minimalistic chronograph and dial. Check them out - they're for a great cause.
Vollebak Solar Charged Jacket
Wired named this as the Sports Gear of the Year in 2017 and we can definitely see why. Vollebak's Solar Charged Jacket is crafted from a highly responsive material that can be made to glow and light up in the dark by drawing on it with a light source. You can use your iPhone torch or a flashlight to create designs on the surface that will glow like kryptonite as soon as you take it into the dark. Aside from this, the jacket performs great as a real world insulator and is waterproof, stretchy, highly breatheable and super comfortable to the touch. A little pricey at $350, this is a one of a kind piece that will sure to turn heads.