Designed as a nicer-looking replacement for that beat-up, lived-in sweater you just can't bear to retire, this hoodie combines a super-soft melt-in-your-body feel with a whole lot of stretch to support active movement.
A collaboration with shark photographer Michael Muller and book publisher Taschen, this diver's watch can be worn at depths of up to 1,000 feet, allowing you to wear it while swimming with apex predators underwater.
Thick and heavy jackets may be great at keeping you warm, but their heft makes them ideal when you want to stay active. This lightweight, packable puffer-style shell from Craghoppers should make a better alternative.
Dressy enough for work while technical enough for mobility, these slim-profile, flat-fronted chinos from Taylor Stitch make an excellent option for everyday commuters that ride their bikes to the office.
Designed for both the mountains and the city, this jacket boasts a 900-fill power down rating for maximum warmth, all while coming in lighter than any winter jacket in your closet, so you can get around unimpeded.
Designed to reflect the “signature durability, simplicity, and craftsmanship of an earlier era,” this reissue of a 1978 classic from North Face mirrors the original in both stylish aesthetics and travel-friendly function.
Designed to tame your unruly facial growth (yes, it's definitely unruly), this pocket-sized multi-tool bundles a few essential tools to help groom your beard into presentable form all throughout the day.
Unless you live in feudal Japan, it's definitely a bad idea to go around town wearing a kimono. This kimono-inspired noragi jacket, on the other hand, is perfectly fine for adding a little samurai swag to contemporary outfits.