Good Things Come InPackable Packages
Every explorer needs a sturdy packbut what about a pack you can pack? This month, we discovered a totally collapsible backpack that can easily stow in your other luggage, making it ideal for day trips and spur-of-the-moment excursions. Constructed from ripstop nylon, it's way sturdier than you'd expect.
Sweat Cant Slow Us Down
If theres one thing we can all agree on, its that summer adventures have some pretty sticky side effects. Worth it? Absolutely. But it never hurts to be prepared. Our new secret weapon is Mayrons Goods Junk Stuff, which offers next-level sweat protection by tackling moisture below the belt. After all, no great discovery was made while chafing.
Virtual Reality Is a Ticket to Anywhere
Forget the cheesy 90s arcade fadvirtual reality is back, and now you can hold it in the palm of your hand. We partnered with River on a nifty cardboard viewer that, with your smartphone and an app, grants access to incredible experiences. Weve been testing it at HQ for months (to our colleagues great amusement) and are psyched to share this experience with the world.
Toner Is a Travel Essential
Spritz just once, and youll never stop. Ursa Majors 4-in-1 Essential Face Tonic is now available in a travel spray, which delivers the feeling of a just-cleansed face anytime, anywhere. It lifts excess dirt and oil, tightens pores, and can even prevent ingrown hairs. Needless to say, its quickly become a savior of our sweaty summer jaunts.
Personal Care Is a Worthy Pit Stop
Whatever the journey, taking breaks will only make you stronger for the road ahead. The same goes for your skin: Overnight, Jaos face cream creates a film on the surface of your skin that locks in moisture and improves texture and elasticity. Meanwhile, Baxter of Californias hand cream indulges hardworking hands in the rich, restorative nourishment of aloe, shea butter, and avocado oil. Combined, theyre the skincare equivalent of gas in the tank.