Single Edge Safety Razor 2.0

The most minimal shave experience just got better with the Single Edge Safety Razor 2.0. The second iteration of the popular razor boasts a sleek injection molded stainless steel body that sports but a single blade, shaving at the surface of your skin without pulling hairs up before cutting like multiple blade cartridge do and thus minimizing irritation and ingrown hair. Three shave settings governed by three interchangeable heads let you…

GET IT: $60+


Upright Go Posture Trainer

Positive thinking is unlikely to do much for fixing your horrendous posture, most notably that screen slouch you’ve been unable to shed for probably decades. A bit of consistent and controlled nagging, on the other hand, just might. The Upright Go Posture Trainer ($69) tracks and aids you in correcting it by sticking to your upper back using reusable double-sided soft stickers, each good for about two or three weeks…

GET IT: $69

BodySports & Outdoors


Perhaps we’re getting old, but lip balms have become a mainstay component of our everyday carries. Regardless, we can’t help but feel a little self conscious when we’re using anything that comes from a lipstick-shaped tube, and so Hudsalve is the perfect stand-in. Good enough for Swedish military use, Hudsalve is dependable skin protection in a rugged-looking drab green tube that works just as well on lips as it does…

GET IT: $8


Vincent Bartender’s Hand Salve

You don’t need to work a bar to appreciate Vincent Bartender’s Hand Salve. This waterproof moisturizer protects your hands throughout the day lasting up to four hours per application — or through several hand washings. Bartenders and others working in the kitchen will particularly appreciate the fact that it’s non-greasy, making handling wet tools or glasses less precarious, and since it’s unscented it won’t impart handled foods or drinks with…

GET IT: $9


Pacific Shaving Co. Single-Use Shaving Cream Minis

Lets face it: individual pod formats of products like dishwasher soap and laundry detergent are here to stay. So may as well embrace Pacific Shaving Co’s Single-Use Shaving Cream Minis. While they force you to use a preselected amount of product rather than winging it yourself from a traditional can of shaving cream, these water-soluble pods — which dissolve in your hands with a bit of water and friction — are more likely to…

GET IT: $8


Duke Cannon Solid Cologne

Just because it’s handy whilst travelling doesn’t mean it’s any less convenient for day to day use at home. Duke Cannon’s Solid Cologne is a mess-less way to spruce up on the go without having to lug a tiny bottle of around, with 1.5 ounces of concentrated cologne balm contained in a compact rectangular tin container that’ll last quite awhile even if you really lay it on. Scents include Air, Land, and Sea,…

GET IT: $25


Care/of Vitamins & Supplements

Sifting through copious amounts of scientific literature — not to mention supplement-packed pharmacy isles — discourages most from both learning about and using natural products correctly. Care/of aims to help you make enlightened decisions regarding vitamins and natural supplements thanks to gentle guidance towards a combination of products suited to your specific needs as opposed to those of some arbitrary, average human. Their site first asks you roughly five minutes worth of questions to get a feel for what…

GET IT: $20+/month


Hubble Contact Lenses

Lack of competition means contact lenses pretty much cost their weight in gold. But now wearers of dailies finally have another option: Hubble Contact Lenses. Partnering with Taiwanese St. Shine, an FDA-approved contact lens manufacturer who’s been in the game for over two decades, Hubble’s lenses are made of a high-grade methafilcon A hydrogel that’s UV shielding and boasts a thin edge for long lasting comfort and sharp vision. Since they sell…

GET IT: $30


Hone Type 15 Razor

Overbuilt but definitely not over-designed, Hone’s Type 15 Razor is a minimalist’s dream. All three main parts are CNC machined of either lightweight aluminum or heftier brass, the former in either a classic silver or black anodized finish for longevity. Models of both metals are nicely balanced and are so precisely cut they almost look as if they were sculpted from the same one piece. The aluminum one comes either with a standard…


Big Red No.88 Beard Combs

Forget plastic. Big Red’s No.88 Beard Combs are made of stainless steel that’s sandblasted on its faces and polished, on its edges, to a shiny mirror-like finish. The No.88 Lite is made of nothing but stainless steel, though the two models shown both feature Rosewood scales as their handles, differing only in width of tooth pattern to accommodate either thicker or finer beard hair — and to bring them some much-needed order….


Whistler Wash Co Wash & Shampoo

Unless you’re a chemist, there are too many ingredients in most skincare products to keep track of. For that reason Whistler Wash Co subs in high-performing natural alternatives extracted from eucalyptus, baobab, cucumber, juniper, and sea kelp, amongst others, to clean, hydrate, and repair skin in their washes, shampoos, and face & body soap bars. The wash also produces a cooling sensation post-shower and both smell like a mix of campfire and…


Harry’s Lip Balm

We’ll (sometimes reluctantly, sometimes eagerly) admit that lip balm has recurring spot in our everyday carry. Harry’s Lip Balm takes the brand’s face care know-how and infuses it into a pocketable stick that protects your kisser from the elements. Shea butter provides lasting hydration without much unwanted sheen while an sun protection to SPF 15 shields your lips from the sun. And since it gives off a peppermint-like cooling sensation you’re further incentivized…


Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer

First they made vacuums. Then hand dryers, bladeless fans, and air purifiers. So in a way the advent of the Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer is barely surprising considering the company specializes in moving air powerfully. A 13-blade propeller within the handle is spun at up to 110,000 rpm and sits on a rubber mount, reducing vibrations and producing just one inaudible frequency to make the hairdryer far quieter than all others….


Rockwell Model T Razor

It looks like your run-of-the-mill safety razor. But it isn’t. The dial below the Rockwell Model T Razor’s hints at the difference. Load a blade in, turn the bottom dial to close the top doors, then turn the numbered dial to select your shave depth. Lower numbers are for men with sensitive skin while higher numbers tackle thick, coarse hair and more serious beards, avoiding razor bumps and skin irritation either way by…


Pop Cauldron Soap

Every bar is handmade to order using only the finest ingredients, four fifths being organic and vegan and containing only plant-derived oils and butters. But if that wasn’t enough, Pop Cauldron Soap will probably sell you with its pop culture-fuelled themed soaps. Bars include the black cherry-scented and dual-katana armed Chimichangas, Miami Snow, which contains a rolled up $1 bill resting on real silver foil, and the fresh air scented, politically charged Feel The…


Discommon Aluminum Straight Razor

A traditional straight razor with a futuristic twist. The Aluminium Straight Razor from Discommon was created as a follow up to the original, pricier Titanium model through their self-proclaimed “Ocean’s 11” approach of product development, sourcing materials from a network of Discommon’s collaborates to push the limits of product design. The Straight Razor continues Discommon’s exploration of advanced materials featuring aerospace grade aluminum, and covered in a micro texture,…


Baxter Exfoliating Body Bar

Exfoliate while bathing your skin with the pleasant scent of cedarwood and oakmoss with Baxter of California’s Exfoliating Body Bar. The paraben-free formula simultaneously hydrates and cleans, removing dirt as well as dead skin thanks to a mix of pumice, jojoba meal, and crushed olive seed. It’s hard on grime while leaving your skin’s natural barrier intact, making it perfect for daily cleaning without drying you up. Grab a bar at…


Power Energy Toothpaste

Can’t get enough caffeine? Then you’ll want to brush your teeth with Power Energy Toothpaste, the world’s first caffeinated toothpaste that’ll give you a jolt of energy before brewing your first cup of coffee. Its caffeine content absorbs through your tongue and gums quickly, far faster than the 30 to 45 minutes it takes for the ingested substance to hit the bloodstream, clearing up your morning fog in minutes. It’s packed…


Ursa Major Stellar Shave Set

Ursa Major is all about minimizing human exposure to synthetic chemicals, instead using natural ingredients in their products. Case in point: the Ursa Major Stellar Shave Set, which includes a razor handle that eschews plastics for a reclaimed black walnut handle sourced along the Southeast Coast and that’s compatible with ubiquitous Gillette Mach 3 razor blades (and Venus cartridges, for the record). The kit also includes traveler formats of both their non-lathering soap-free shave…


Bevel Trimmer

The trimmer meets Tron, Walker & Company’s Bevel Trimmer is designed with thick, coarse hair in mind and is nothing like any hair cutting device you’ve seen before. Adjusting the snap on/off trimmer blades to a zero gap alignment needs no tools, just a quick twist of the dial. Coated blades repel oil and water to keep the trimming surface devoid of skin and hair residue for a clean, non-irritating cut….


Brushield Toothbrush Case

Replace that flimsy plastic toothbrush travel case with one that’s a hell of a lot better built. The Brushield Toothbrush Case is crafted using aircraft grade aluminum that’s treated with an anti-microbial silver-ionic layer that inhibits the growth of potentially pathogenic microbes. Bilateral air flow channels vent out the brush to still let it dry out quickly and a magnetic locking system keeps the Brushield locked securely around your toothbrush, all while…


Bastion Carbon Fiber Straight Razor

Planning to invest in a straight razor? Go all out with Carbon Fiber Gear’s Bastion Carbon Fiber Straight Razor, a razor that looks like it carries a far heavier price tag than the one actually on it. The razor’s handle is made of actual 3k twill carbon fiber that’s fitted with a mosaic Bastion pin and that’s coupled to a gorgeous hand-forged damascus steel blade with about 58-60 HRC hardness. Learn more at Carbon…


Discommon Straight Razor

Few companies boast a design process as strenuous as Discommon’s. Case in point: the Discommon Straight Razor. As with their previous creations, a hell of a lot of work went into designing this razor including over 200 hours of computer modelling on the handles alone. The handle is machined from either aerospace sourced carbon billet or titanium billet, the latter taking 3 hours per side and resulting in a micro texture across its…


Momentary Ink

Tattoos are a big commitment. If you’re not absolutely certain about either the design or desired location, give it a test run before plunking down on the real thing with Momentary Ink. Momentary Ink provides large, complex and colorful tattoos that bridge the gap between temporary and permanent, coupling high-quality temporary tattoo technology with proprietary sealing and matting solutions to give a realistic custom tattoo that’s nigh indistinguishable from the real thing. Each lasts…