Outdoor Element Sports helps spin the spokes of life by stocking its shelves with all manner of two-wheeler accouterments. Outfit yourself or a peddling pal with a bicycle helmet, which shields noggins under a cushiony layer of foam padding and helmet hair ($30–$140). Cycling-themed jerseys proudly display transportation loyalties ($40–$80), and a pair of bike and skate shorts sheathes thighs in clandestine, chafe-less fashion ($50–$80).
Specializing in casual clothing from designers such as True Religion and Seven for All Mankind, this sartorial house of human coverings also stocks jewelry, candles, purses, briefcases, and accessories for the abode. Pull on a pair of Iron Horse jeans ($78) or nab a new frock ($35+) to shelter skin from the sun, wind, and ravenous sandweasels.
Dedicated to equipping every household and office with a deluge of pure drinking water, AquaOne extensively purifies each droplet to ensure the felicific flooding of each parched palate. Each 5-gallon spill-proof container of cloud tears chauffeured by AquaOne begins its purifying process by passing through a 1-micron filter and dual-activated carbon tanks to remove chlorine and debris. After an excursion through a dual-system water softener, the water receives a revitalizing treatment that removes up to 99% of excess minerals through dual reverse-osmosis membranes. Following an automated reminder every 28 days, a sparkling supply of glacier extracts graces doorsteps with pluvial promptness and aquatic curtsies.
A cozy boutique filled with overflowing jewelry racks, rustic wooden tables, and animal-print carpet, Divine Raggs outfits women in contemporary garments and accessories. Shoppers can adorn upper halves with summer-ready tops such as the sheer embroidered V-neck ($33) or a silky halter ($48) with an ornate beaded neckline. Divine Raggs’ jewelry selection embellishes otherwise plain bodies with a psychedelic painted wooden bracelet ($14), teardrop pendant($14), and a statement feathered necklace, which tickles napes and style senses alike with a feather, rose charm, pearl, and turquoise bauble on a gold chain ($16).
Keeping flames in their place since 1945, Boyd's Equipment facilitates family barbecues and fireside chats with an extensive selection of name-brand grill and fireplace tackle. In addition to its glowing gas-log sets and Weber grills—available in electric and charcoal varieties—the one-stop equipment shop stocks lawn sprayers and trailer carts from Fimco, TeeJet, and Hypro. Shimmering lochs of propane come bottled in tanks of all shapes and sizes, and vessels emptied by gluttonous dragons can roll in for full refills. Everyday accessories, from charcoal and thermometers to spicy rubs and sauces, are also available, as are residential and commercial delivery services for those lacking pickup trucks or pet giants.
From their post in Houston, MisterArt.com’s small, laid-back staff of agents and designers takes pride in finding deals on thousands of name-brand art supplies for its customers. From canvas arts to ceramics to photography, the online shop stocks almost everything artists need to ply their crafts except for nude bowls of fruit. A price-match guarantee ensures that the cost of nearly every item will beat that of other art-supply sites, and a resources page inspires depleted muses with an oracle of information on famous artists, artistic periods, and commonly used terms.