This week, the creative team behind the popular glamping events biz Shelter Co. launches The Get Out, a hip outdoor camping and gear brand for laid-back adventurers.
Plus, San Rafael's Rough Linen releases swoon-worthy new bedding and Olika rolls out a line of hand sanitizer inspired by San Francisco.
The tent life just got a lot more fun thanks to gear from The Get Out.
(Courtesy of Rob Williamson/The Get Out)
It's hardly shocking that the folks behind Sebastopol's Shelter Co.—an event production company known for all manner of creative high-end retreats, weddings and luxury camping—birthed The Get Out. The new outdoor gear biz features super cool, design-y tents and accessories made for peeps looking for fun, colorful offerings that work for backyards and low-tech campsite situations.
Launched this week, TGO's signature collection includes three tent types. The A-Frame ($450) has a polyester ripstop floor with water protection and a mesh top for stargazing and sleeping sans bugs, plus comes in 24 combos (three base colors of pink, mustard and forest; and eight flies in various hues and patterns). The Lite Bell ($650) is bell-shaped with a water-resistant nylon upper, fully closable screen door and windows with vents in the ceiling. The Classic Bell ($1,195) sleeps six and has all the features of the Lite Bell but is meant to live in the backyard thanks to a water-resistant canvas upper.
Regular product drops will continue throughout the year—stay tuned for sleeping bags, camp cots, chairs, tables, blankets and tableware. How about a fresh take on s'mores, guys?
// Shop online at thegetout.shop.
Need a breath of fresh air in the bedroom? Rough Linen's got you covered.
(Courtesy of Rough Linen)
In our minds, linen sheets, pillow cases, and duvets are the LBDs of the bedding world. But when we got a sneak peek of the locally made sets from Rough Linen, we nearly lost our sheet! Not only is the bedding responsibly handcrafted in Marin County of high-quality linen fabric woven from European flax that's ridiculously soft, the new shades of agave and terra cotta are beyond gorge. Although the colors don't officially debut until Saturday, June 26th, a little birdie told us you can get your hands on them now (shh!).
Prices range from $40 for a pillowcase to $279 for a duvet cover. Like a timeless black frock, these linen staples are worth every penny when you consider the cost-per-sleep math.
// Shop online at roughlinen.com.
We'll happily take a squeeze of Olika's new SF-inspired hand sanitizer.
(Courtesy of Olika)
The Bay Area seems to be doing a great job of kicking Covid's arse, but hand sanitizer is most definitely here to stay. Our current fave comes from adorable, local wellness brand Olika, known for its clean and hydrating products. Showing its love for the City by the Bay's creative and calm energy, it recently released the SF City Collection.
Calming and fragrance-free, the lavender spray hand sanitizer will keep you germ-free as you get back to exploring the city. Not to mention the clip-on design is convenient and refillable. For those not feeling the SF vibes, no problem…take a fun quiz and find out what city is more your speed.
// Set of two clip-ons is $10; set of two clip-ons plus two refills is $20. Shop online at olikalife.com.