Sometimes you want an understated backpack for your daily carry that reduces the bulk of some carries and is pleasing to the eye. The Invisible Backpack One aims to check these boxes. The bag features a subtle and low-key design that provides a generous amount of interior space and an efficient pocketing system to help you store your most important items. Theres a padded compartment for your laptop, a bottom compartment perfect for shoes, and quick-access compartments on the sides that work for items you need to access often and easily. We love the minimalist black design and the weatherproofing material is perfect for unpredictable climates.
The Invisible Backpack One
Vollebak Graphene Jacket
Graphene is one of the most indestructible and incredible materials known to man; in fact it was actually discovered by Nobel Prize winners in 2010 so you know this is a legit material. Vollebak has taken this fabric and created a ten layer composite that is touted as being more bulletproof than steel and used it to coat their jackets for this upcoming experimental prototype. Each jacket - which comes exclusively in a black Graphene - is one part coat, one part science experiment and one part beta testing of one of the most exciting fabrics being used in menswear. The jacket will launch in the summer of 2018 and the waiting list is currently open on Vollebak's website.
Felix Gray Computer Glasses
Starring at computer, phone and tv screens all day isn't great for your health. Prolonged exposure to blue light (the high energy light that screens emit) can lead to eye strain, headaches, blurry vision and other nasty symptoms. These computer glasses from Felix Gray aim to solve this. By filtering out he highest energy wavelengths, they help to reduce eye strain, sleep cycle disruption, and macular degeneration. Available in a variety of frames and styles to match different faces and head shapes, these glasses are a perfect companion to anyone that spends significant time in front of screens. Basically, all of us.