JUNE 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 BTR Camping Stool (stands for Better Than a Rock) by Hillsound Equipment is the ultimate lightweight and packable tripod stool for your outdoor adventure. The clever camp stool packs down super compact, and folds up small enough to stash in the water bottle pocket of your backpack.
BUY | $59



Portable, simple, and ready to go, this Heavy-duty steel grill grate for open-fire cooking provides a cooking surface wherever you need it. Cook directly on the grill surface for seared steaks, sausages, veggies, and more. Folding legs make for easy transportation and compact storage.
BUY | $50



Meant to go from the beach to lunch and back again, the Surge Swim 7 is made from a premium Italian, water-repellent, stretch fabric that creates a simple, clean aesthetic. The center-front waistband secures with a drawcord, while the fly features a Velcro closure, an interior gusset, and double-needle J-stitch detail.
BUY | $235



Easily connect the NODE 2i to any existing stereo system to unlock and discover a universe of audio streaming. With more than enough analog and digital input/output options to please the most dedicated audiophile, the NODE 2i connects your gear to all the music ever recorded.
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Meet iTrack. A premium standalone trackpad for those looking to get the most out of iPadOS. Featuring a massive touch area of 5.5 in x 3.3 in (139.7 mm x 83.8 mm), the iTrack allows you to use your iPad effectively in a desktop environment. Navigating even the most complex workflows has never been easier.
BUY | $99



Fly past the competition with this lightweight, sporty smartwatch. From open water swims to long training rides, this watch is up to the challenge. Its high-performance silicone band and durable Corning Gorilla Glass DX lens can handle just about anything.
BUY | $649



Hydration made simple, Chute Mag delivers high flow without the mess. The cap features an easy carry handle and a magnetic top that stows securely out of the way when open and is leak-proof when closed. Universal cap is compatible with Eddy+ and Hot Cap vessels.
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This easy-to-carry aluminum cutlery will eliminate disposable utensils time and time again.  Beautifully designed and magnetically nesting, this sturdy flatware is so portable and lightweight for camping and backpacking trips, but honestly, you will always want to have a set with you.
BUY | $35



Meet Mode II, the first true wireless in-ear Bluetooth headphones from Marshall. Mode II is relentless, delivering 5 hours of wireless playtime in the earbuds on a single charge with a portable charging case that carries four additional charges. Engineered to deliver a thunderous audio experience, Mode II produces phenomenal sound with no wires attached.
BUY | $179



Built using the highest quality components, Machine Eras Field Pen is a writing instrument thats built to last. Its twist mechanism is sourced from Germanys Schmidt, made from stainless steel and thermoplastic for durability and a satisfying lock-in.
BUY | $75



No matter your running style, with its unique wide fit, the plushest tongue of any On shoe and some of their largest Cloud elements, the Cloudflyer Wide ensures you can do it in comfort. Helion superfoam, a bespoke Speedboard and 3D-molded heel add a level of support never felt before.
BUY | $160



Breathtaking tales of climbers and hunters, runners and racers, winners and losers by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. New York Times reporter John Branch?s riveting, humane pieces about ordinary people doing extraordinary things at the edges of the sporting world have won nearly every major journalism prize.
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This ultra-soft and absorbent poncho keeps your warm and gives you a little privacy when you?re changing into or out of your wetsuit at the beach. It features a Kangaroo pocket you can access from inside or outside to warm your hands.
BUY | $69



Spy Optic has introduced one of its boldest styles yet, the Monolith. The shield style frame is packed with several performance features such as their revolutionary therapeutic Happy lens technology that lets in the good long-wave blue light that promotes balance in the body?s circadian rhythm, and blocks the harmful bad rays.
BUY | $150

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Finally, “Squid Game” Costumes For Your Pets

Dress up your pets with popular Squid Game theme clothes, adds trendiness and cuteness in different events and parties. 12 Sizes available for different sizes of puppies and dogs and cats.

More: Canis Club HK



SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/10/finally-squid-game-costumes-for-your-pets/

INSTRMNT FIELD WATCH



Instrmnt is a Glasgow-based, multi-disciplinary design studio that focuses in creating industrial goods with an emphasis on quality, simplicity and attainability. Their latest offering is this classic field watch inspired by the utilitarian style of military watches from the early 20th century. Machined from stainless steel, the watch features a reliable Japanese-made movement that is powered by a solar cell hidden behind the dial. Both natural and artificial light will activate the cell, and only one sunny day can charge the battery for up to five months. Available in a choice of black or white dial, and with a choice of leather, rubber, or high-performance nylon straps.

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NEVER TOO SMALL



As property prices continue to skyrocket, the trend for micro apartments is growing. But living in a itty bitty teeny tiny space can be a challenge. Never too Small is a YouTube channel and Instagram page that features beautifully designed small spaces. They profile architects, designers and the spaces they create. Now, in their carefully curated new "Never too Small" book, they showcase ingenious projects under 50 square metres to inspire and delight you. The book perfectly shows how to make the most of a tiny space, with the help of some smart space-saving strategies. The projects shown utilize all the tiny home tricks, built-in storage, double-duty furniture, loft beds, and tricks like using white walls on the walls, this helps to keep the small space bright, making it feel larger than it is. The book proves living better doesn?t have to mean living larger, and also offers hope and inspiration for a future where sustainability and style, comfort and affordability can co-exist.

Also check out these Micro Apartments we have featured

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ALLBIRDS TRAIL RUNNER SWT



Natural-fiber shoe brand Allbirds has introduced its very first trail running shoe, the Trail Runner SWT. The stylish runner combines Allbirds? signature materials of sugar, wool and trees (hence the SWT in the name) in an effort to use more earth-friendly materials. The ripstop upper itself is made with wool, eucalyptus tree fiber, and recycled poly, the insole is made out of a castor bean oil-based foam, whilst the outsole is made from natural rubber offering grippy treads (inspired by mountain bike tires), and stabilizing support to take on any adventure. Available now in several styles.

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1977 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER FJ40



Known as one of the world?s most reliable exploration vehicles, the Toyota Land Cruiser is a utilitarian dream. Legacy Overland are marquee restorers of Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40s, they work with you to customize the iconic 4x4 that you?ve always wanted. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this stunning 1977 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 masterfully restored to rugged glory, and packed with many tasteful tweaks and enhancements that were made to bring it to better-than-new condition. Painted in a gorgeous deep moss green, the beauty is powered by a rebuilt original Toyota 2F 4.2L 6-cylinder engine, and features an upgraded 5-speed gearbox, power steering, plus upgraded suspension and brakes. Inside, the upholstery, cubby box, dash pads, and sun visors are all covered in distressed leather, and you will find an air conditioning system, a RetroSound Bluetooth media receiver, four speakers, plus an USB charging point.

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Amazing Photos Capture Street Scenes of New York City in the 1990s

At the dawn of the 1990s, New York City was in an unremittingly bleak state. Following two decades of continuous decay, 1990 brought yet another all-time record high in violent crime and to this day, 1990 and the three years that followed remain the most homicide-plagued stretch in the city’s last five decades. The 1990s had quickly positioned itself to become the city’s worst decade yet.

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Yet something unprecedented occurred in the latter half of the decade: The crime rate fell by half and the murder rate by a third, with each year better than the last. By the time the decade was over, New York was a safer place than it had been at any point since the 1960s.

And it showed. By the time the 1990s ended, the city was pulling in 7 million more tourists a year while the city’s population began to grow for the first time in decades.

The 1990s in New York City was an improbable success story on a level seldom seen before. What at first looked like a new nadir for America’s biggest city instead became one of the greatest urban revitalizations in American history.

These amazing photos were taken by Steven Siegel (previously featured) that show what New York City looked like from the 1990s.














































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Artist George Coghill Creates Funny Cryptozoology and Paranormal Patches

The Monsterologist also sometimes answers to “George Coghill” when he’s not in his creature-creation laboratory.

A lifelong fan and artist of monsters, creatures and other creeps, as well as folklore, mythology, ancient civilizations, Halloween, horror and skulls. All of the merchandise you see on this site was developed and created by George (with some manufacturing help, of course).

More: Monsterologist, Instagram, Facebook, Etsy, Patreon







































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/10/artist-george-coghill-creates-funny-cryptozoology-and-paranormal-patches/

Son Is Photoshopping His Dad Amazingly Into Movie Scenes And Unusual Places

The British graphic designer and photoshop master Matt Bonito photoshopping his Dad into all sorts of movie scenes and funny situations for over six years now. Matt’s skills are so amazing his edits are both wholesome and hilarious.

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【冷たいシャワー】が病気を減らすとの研究結果、減量やメンタルヘルス改善の効果も

水風呂が健康上の様々な効果が得られる???

日本には精神統一や健康などを目的に滝の水を浴びる滝行という修行がありますが、わざわざ滝に打たれなくても家で冷たいシャワーを浴びたり水風呂に入ったりするだけで健康上のさまざまな効果が得られるということが分かってきました。


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