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Remember having this in your lunchbox?

Sittin’ poolside, sippin’ on some Capri Sun may have been the dream when you were 10 years old, but do we ever really grow up? Now, instead of polluting your insides with high fructose corn syrup you can just flaunt some Capri Sun on your rockin’ bod. Also available in Arizona Iced Tea and Hi-C designs.

Fun fact: Capri Sun was first introduced in 1969 and distributed in the US since 1981. It is named after the Italian island of Capri.

Field shirt of dreams

Really nice Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt from Buck Mason here. 50s era styling + Japanese denim = one hell of a good looking coat for a cooler summer nights or an early addition to your fall wardrobe.

Also available in darker denim and black color options.

Think I found my soul mate in a wallet

I’ve had some wallets I fell in love with, but they just haven’t held up to what I put them through. Now a few months in, I’m thrilled to say that my Pioneer wallet is everything I was hoping for. It’s simple, functional, and can even withstand me accidentally putting it through the wash. This small SF design studio is bringing it.

Make music human again

I just love this vinyl necklace from Hype Machine. It’s perfect for your better half who’s into the soft crackle of the needle on records and as an added bonus, you’re supporting a team of humans dedicated to sharing great new music with you. For an extra $3/month, you can get exclusive playlists and all the feels of supporting a small business.

Vintage Electric changed my mind about electric bikes

Before last weekend, I hadn’t even tried an electric bike. I don’t like the idea of being a lazy American and appreciate that riding my bicycle allows me to explore my city AND get some exercise. But since I was at Outpost and Vintage Electric Bikes was there, I figured why not give it a shot. And to be honest, I was surprised at how damn fun they were to ride. I tried both fully automatic and pedal-assist models and they handled extremely well on trails, going up steep hills with zero effort. You won’t get much exercise using one, but if you’re just trying to cruise around and get shit done (or have a longer commute) they are a very stylish ride.

Looking into the company a bit deeper, I really dig the craftsmanship and mission of getting people out of their cars. You can buy a hybrid or electric car, but you’re still consuming a crapload of steel and raw materials. These bikes may be a little pricey, but so is owning a car. But with these, it feels like you’re actually taking back your weekend.

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