Coasters are often an afterthought, something quickly bought at an Ikea or World Market, often unmatched to one another or your furniture. Instead, this set of leather indigo-dyed coasters from Yamato are a classy, sophisticated choice for your counter and table tops. Each of the five leather coasters are unique and one-of-a-kind as the leathers are treated with natural oil after being dipped in indigo and dried.
Yamato Indigo Leather Coasters
Military Inspired Canvas Surfboard Bag
Theres always a lot of love and detail that go into shaping and glassing surfboards, but usually not a ton of thought goes into how people store and transport them. No Excuses Co. is aiming to change that with their new line of military inspired surfboard bags. Created from repurposed 22oz military tent canvas and featuring vegetable-tanned leather belts to secure the board in place, these bags provide active travelers with a sturdy and aesthetically pleasing option for transporting their sticks. The Military Board Bag can fit any board shorter than 7'0" long by 23.52" wide and when not in use, the bag rolls tight for easy storage.
Oru Coast XT Foldable Kayak
Living in Southern California, we're huge fans of ocean kayaking, yet find it pretty tough to fit kayaks into our midsize cars. San Francisco based Oru knows the struggle and has been creating compact and 'foldable' kayaks for years. Their latest iteration - the Oru Kayak Coast XT - is their biggest kayak yet and can support up to 400 pounds. The form is based off of traditional Arctic canoes and measures at 33" x 12" x 19" fully compacted and only 34 pounds, much lighter and more portable than standard ocean kayaks. The longer build profile allows you to travel faster and with more stability than past models. The Coast XT is not cheap, costing $2499, but the convenience and ease of travel make it worth it.