Pedestrian Magazine Issue 5
Pedestrian Magazine finds value in the accumulation of accounts, routines, and relationships that are formed as a result of traveling throughout ones everyday surroundings. Issue 5 is bigger and better than issues past and includes: Everyday Carry with Khutso Paynter, ”Slow Works” by Inga Danysz, Strange Love by Julia Brandao, Guardian of the Park: an Interview with Orlando By Emily Stamboulian of Purely Circumstantial, Contact Tracings by Chris Maggio, Levels by Thomas Wilson, and Public Baths of New York City by Laura Quan
The Utility Vest
The Arpenteur Cargo Pants in Navy are a comfortable pair of trousers with a wide, slightly tapered shape designed to hit at the ankle. They are made of light and tightly-woven cotton gabardine fabric. The Cargo Pants feature large gusseted pockets at the front, two rear patch pockets and an elasticated waist with a drawcord and zippered fly closure.
Tarvas is a young brand out of Helsinki, Finland that creates premium functional footwear inspired by the unpredictable climate and rugged beauty of their native country. Their first shoe—the aptly named 'Explorer'—emerges after several years of basement prototyping with an aesthetic that strikes an almost effortless balance between classic and contemporary. All Tarvas shoes are constructed from entirely EU-sourced materials and components, and each pair is assembled and hand-finished in Helsinki for quality assurance you can rely on whether on or off the pavement.
Bucket Hat III
The Paa Bucket Hat Three in Moss Waxed Cotton is the brand's latest in an ongoing series of thoughtful reinterpretations of classic bucket forms. This Boonie-style hat is cut from a Halley Stevensons® dry waxed cotton fabric that is both windproof and water repellent. It features a structured brim with contrasting grey "NOGO" tape around the crown, a cotton drawcord with adjustable stopper, and a cotton twill sweatband lining the crown's interior.