Pop-In Shop Picks: LET’S GO!

Tahiti…Tuscany…Thailand. Sure, there are tons of breathtaking vacation spots to be seen all over the globe. But our latest Pop-In Shop—titled LET’S GO! and curated, as always, by the illustrious Olivia Kim—urges all of us to savor the weird, wild, wonderful experiences that our own US of A has to offer.

Get a taste of America’s bountiful (sometimes bizarre) culture—from the Cali dinos above to the world’s largest ball of twine—when you “Hit the Road” on our interactive map. And while the dozens of handpicked, adventure-ready goods that populate our Pop-In are themed around an all-American road trip, one needn’t cash in a month’s worth of PTO to enjoy them. Keep reading to check out our Editor’s Picks for everything from roughing it in the woods to redecorating your apartment.

For the Campsite: Best Made makes its sturdy enamel/steel cups using WWII-era machinery. // Sip a cold one by the fire without having to get out of bed, thanks to Poler’s mobile sleeping bag—complete with openings for your arms and legs. // This collapsible chair by Alite folds down to under a foot and weighs only 1.6 pounds.

For a Day Trip—on the Trails or in the City: A laptop sleeve and 1000-denier nylon make Topo Designs’ Colorado-built backpack the only one you’ll ever need. // Stanley’s cooler and thermos keep your sandwich cold and your coffee hot. // We’re suckers for a Pink Floyd reference. Well played, Poler.

For Your Pad: Keep your sofa game strong with this mil-spec blanket from Faribault, a Minnesota mill that supplied 100,000 army blankets during WWI. // Best Made’s supply-packed first-aid kit is USA-made and OSHA-approved. // Jot down grocery lists and 3am ideas with American-made Field Notes notebooks.



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