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KOLE THER­MAL FLASK: NISNAS IN­DUS­TRIES

This el­e­gant, unique flask is part prac­ti­cal — it holds a small quan­tity of your fa­vorite drink, whether it’s hot es­presso or chilled gin, and keeps it at just the right tem­per­a­ture. And it’s part work of art — each flask is hand­crafted from stain­less steel and smooth-tothe-touch wood, which comes in your choice of an oak, mahogany or wal­nut fin­ish. The lid serves as a portable shot glass, per­fect for a pick-me-up af­ter a steep slope or vig­or­ous surf ses­sion. nis­nasin­dus­tries.com

THE FALLLINE JACKET: VOORMI

In 2010, for­mer Mi­crosoft man­ager Dan English founded Voormi, a Colorado-based cloth­ing com­pany named for a sasquatch-like mon­ster. Voormi cre­ated “Core Con­struc­tion,” a tech­nique for knit­ting Rocky Moun­tain High­coun­try Merino wool through mem­brane, cre­at­ing a sin­gle-layer jacket that keeps out the worst of the rain but wears like a cozy fleece. Climbers and hikers have be­gun prais­ing the fab­ric for its un­matched breatha­bil­ity and weather re­sis­tance. voormi.com

MONKEY STAND FOR PO­LAROID CUBE: PO­LAROID

Of course, it might look like it would be more at home in the jun­gle, but this rugged lit­tle monkey can make it­self at home any­where, from moun­tain tops to river val­leys. Es­sen­tially, it’s a tiny tri­pod for the Po­laroid Cube, a “life­style ac­tion cam­era” that boasts a 124-de­gree wide-an­gle lens, a shock­proof and splash-re­sis­tant body and the dig­i­tal where­withal to record up to 90 min­utes of 1080p HD video or 6-megapixel stills. The Cube can be paired with mounts for hel­mets, bi­cy­cles or tra­di­tional tripods, but with the Monkey Stand, this cam­era also boasts a cute, curly tail and a pe­tite pair of monkey hands. po­laroid.com

WET­SUIT SMART­PHONE CASES: DOG & BONE

Keep your phone safe, dry and by your side with Dog & Bone Wet­suit cases. They’re de­signed to mil­i­tary stan­dards, ca­pa­ble of pro­tect­ing your elec­tron­ics from harm even from drops up to 2 me­ters (that’s more than 6 feet) — and can go up to 2 me­ters be­low the wa­ter’s sur­face. All that, and you can still di­rectly touch your screen. The iPhone case works by in­su­lat­ing the rest of the phone be­hind two seal­ing beads, mean­ing there’s noth­ing be­tween your fin­ger and your phone, while the Sam­sung ver­sion uses 9H hard­ness glass im­pact screen pro­tec­tion. In ei­ther va­ri­ety, your cam­era lens is also pro­tected be­hind anti-re­flec­tive glass. do­gand­bonecases.com

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