Best camping gear 2021: 38 ways to do stunts in the woods
Ultimate Recovery Slide
the Chaco– strap-on foot tanning has become a summer tradition for outdoor enthusiasts, and with this new fluffy recovery slide, tan lines will certainly get even weirder, which, to be clear, is a good thing ( $ 50).
The Kamakura jacket is a legendary Capital city design. In bad weather, it hides the wearer; in good weather, it can be worn open like a kimono. And for travel, it folds into a bag with its own handle ($ 1,450, at Blue in Green).
The swiss army knife of bags
Everyone goes gaga for Sacai, but don’t sleep on the Japanese brand’s Porter bag collaboration, which now features mods for your phone, AirPods, and a trusty bottle of hand sanitizer ($ 410).
Ugly shoes have been slowly invading fashion for years, and the Merrell Jungle Slide is the final boss of surprisingly cool and insanely comfortable shoes ($ 85).
A version of this story originally appeared in the August 2021 issue with the headline “38 Ways to Stunt in the Woods”.
Photographs by Martin Brun
Stylized by Jon Tietz
Opening photography scenography by Bjelland-Closmore
Other photographs, props: Melody Dewitt at Mark Edward Inc.
The front lines
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