Hydrogen-1’s new boots, Outdoor Technology wireless headphones, a chemical-free candle and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Hydrogen-1 AT85 Brogue Boots
San Francisco-based Hydrogen-1 makes leather shoes for all occasions. Their wedge-soled boot with brogue accents works well in a number of situations and pairs well with selvedge denim. The crepe sole maintains grip on wet leaves and is comfortable enough for all-day wear.
Courverture & The Garbstore No Chemicals Large Candle
This candle is blended by hand in Paris from essential oils and will fill your home with notes of aromatic spice, pink pepper, bergamot and ginger.
Ten Thousand Foundation Shorts
These workout shorts are made from high-performance materials and feature a reflective accent on the leg to keep you safe during evening or early-morning workouts.
Buck Mason Heather Gray Raglan Sweatshirt
Nothing compares to a soft, comfortable new sweatshirt, and Buck Mason’s is sewn in Los Angeles.
DU/ER No Sweat Pant
DU/ER’s new No Sweat pants come in three styles and three colors. They feature technical stretch fabric combined with comfortable cotton for a perfect middle ground.
Outdoor Technology Los Cabos Wireless Headphones
Cut the cord with these new headphones from Outdoor Technology.
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