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08. SIX THINGS WE'RE INTO RIGHT NOW – Thousand Helmets
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Hey hey TBC, Whitney here!

This past summer we’ve done a lot of traveling as a team. Whether it’s personal or work travel, we’ve covered a lot of ground.

One of our favorite things about traveling is exploring new cities, and finding something rad to bring back. So we’ve decided to share 6 things we’re into right now (all of which we’ve found on our travels)!

Here’s a few places we’ve covered:

Now onto the good stuff.


Both Loc (eComm team) and I use this as our everyday backpack (not planned)... The rad diamond pattern (X-Ply) provides additional strength across the weakest part of the pack, it’s waterproof, and handmade in Colorado.

2.  Blackwing 73 Limited Edition Pencil & Brass Bullet Sharpener

Our Creative Director Brennan found this match made in heaven at Papersmiths' Box Park location in Shoreditch, London. It screams good design, and makes our desks look even better.

3. Flowfold Trailmate Dog Leash

Made in the USA from reclaimed climbing rope, this leash is a collaboration project with Sterling Rope. We love the colors it comes in, and you can easily knot it for extra hand loops. Office dogs Maizy and Jumper have been rocking this leash around town.

4. YETI Rambler Bottle 18 oz

We use these bad boys everyday. It has an extra wide opening for easy loading, drinking and cleaning. Oh and it doesn’t leak, trust us we’ve tested it!  

5. IZIPIZI SUN GLACIER Tortoise Sunglasses

Gloria (founder of Thousand) discovered these at Merci (Thousand retailer) in Paris and she hasn’t taken them off since. The flexible frame and removable protection pieces are perfect any outdoor adventure, walk around the block, or tumble down the stairs.


We discovered RANGE at this summer's Outdoor Retailer in Salt Lake City. RANGE is an agency dedicated to active sport and lifestyle markets. They also curate a BA visually pleasing magazine. This issue is dedicated to conservation, community and the imagery is frame worthy (pg 4 specifically).

Until next time!


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