ON THE GO
Native Shoes, a brand best known for its lightweight-but-durable footwear created via sustainable manufacturing, has introduced its newest shoe. The Apollo Moc comes in selections including Jiffy Black, Torch Red or Victoria Blue, all accented with Shell White. From $70, why not pick up more than one to take you from exercise class right through afternoon errands? Sold locally at Nordstrom in White Plains.
For more, visit nativeshoes.com.
SAILING INTO YOUR DÉCOR
Jay Davidson Susanin has created a most clever way to add a distinctive nautical touch to your surroundings. “Pick Your Beach Town, Select Your Map Size & Color and Bring Paradise Home” is Bank & Surf’s tagline. And the company makes it easy, offering signature blueprint-style maps, available in 10 color choices and some 200 destinations. Remember special times sailing to Newport, visiting Palm Beach or coming home to Larchmont or Darien. The framed works of art start at $325 and can be customized in countless ways.
For more, visit bankandsurf.com.
BACK TO NATURE
For those who head to the great outdoors for recreational pursuits, Wittus Fire By Design in Pound Ridge — which has been importing quality Danish fireplaces and stoves to America for more than 35 years — has a suggestion. The Faltovn Camp Stove ($910, with optional accessories from $90) is a portable wood-burning unit that can heat your tent, dry your clothes and cook your meals without taxing nature. Sounds toasty.
For more, visit wittus.com.
You’ve swum your laps, played your tennis sets, ran your miles or rounded that 18th hole. Now, it’s time to kick back. Hayneedle, the online source with a wealth of outdoor-furniture options, has the perfect reward. The Island Bay 13-foot Unwind Quilted Hammock with Faux Woodgrain Steel Stand is as sturdy as it is stylish, holding up to 450 pounds. We love the arc of the stand, available in cherry or mahogany, adding an elegant, decorative touch to your patio or backyard. From $287, including stand.
For more, visit hayneedle.com.