Fall 2020 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from hot sauce inspired by the clay fields of Georgia to a photography book that presents a variety of American landscapes.
TallGrass Supply Co

Inspired by the continuous grit and pioneering spirit, Tallgrass Supply is an Oklahoma lifestyle brand dedicated to showcasing a love for its home state. Their passion is to build memories and have a damn good time doing it. Tallgrass is more than just capturing Oklahoma through fragrances, it's about bringing back the nostalgia of what makes the state such an amazing place to call home. From hitting county roads when you first got your driver's license, getting nervous for a date at the local drive-in, getting a little too drunk on the river, to bonfires and state fairs—there's memories that Oklahomans can all reminisce on. The Tallgrass Sampler features six fragrances all inspired by different memories growing up in Oklahoma. 10 percent of all proceeds benefit prairie conservation and research. TallgrassSupplyCo.com

The Big Book of Wildlife and Nature Photography

The Big Book of Wildlife and Nature Photography contains information that ranges from technical advice for beginning photographers to practical advice for the more advanced practitioner and draws on the author's years spent in the field and observing wildlife up-close. Readers will learn everything from the best gear package to carry for their outdoor excursions to advanced techniques like using technology to scout animals. In addition, there are case studies on how photos were made, practical advice on gear and equipment and tips on setting up your own wildlife photography locations. In addition, the Outdoorsman Edition includes information and advice on capturing your next hunting or fishing adventure. The Standard Edition does not contain this additional content. RussellGraves.com

Red Clay Hot Sauce

Red Clay Hot Sauce reveres quality ingredients, balanced flavors and time-honored, handcrafted techniques. The story begins not in a kitchen, but in the red clay fields of Georgia, where Chef Geoff Rhyne spent his childhood getting dirty and exploring farms alongside Granddaddy Jack and Grandma Mary. Today Red Clay Hot Sauce represents something bigger than a dash of heat—it’s family and joy, and it’s fun. Every batch of Red Clay Hot Sauce is handcrafted in a tiny South Carolina town, using just a few ingredients, all of which come from farmers in neighboring states. RedClayHotSauce.com

Russell Moccasin

From its early beginning in 1898, Russell Moccasin has dedicated itself to providing hunters and outdoorsmen and women with the finest handmade, custom-fitted moccasin-style boots and shoes available anywhere. . . at any price. Working at Russell and building the finest outdoor footwear in the world, is part art, part cult and part pride! Made in the U.S.A. since 1898. RussellMoccasin.com

Looft Lighter

Looft was founded in 2004 with a single mission: build the firelighter that you could rely on. One that was safe, effective and clean—one that would make lighter fluid a distant smelly memory. The Looft Lighter offers the quickest, safest and cleanest way to light your grill or fireplace. It starts your fire in 60 seconds with superheated air only – whether it be charcoal, briquettes or logs. NO gas, NO flame and NO need for lighter fluids. Simply put: The Perfect Match. LooftLighter.com

Barb Hallberg Pottery

Along with her other pottery for sale, this one-of-a-kind piece was crafted and hand-painted by artist Barb Hallberg of Spirit of Dakota.  She creates every piece at home in a kiln that she hangs from a tree in her backyard. In her words, "Raku pottery is, for me, a basic art form, in that it utilizes the basic elements of my environment—clay and minerals from the earth, fire for the metamorphosis; air to bring out the metallic sheen; and water to set and stabilize the chemical reactions." JacobsGalleryShop.com

Toadfish Outfitters Stowaway Seven-Inch Folding Fillet

The clever Stowaway Folding Fillet Knife combines the high-end performance and ergonomics of a full-length fixed knife with the safety and versatility of a folding knife. The Stowaway fits easily into kitchen drawers, boat boxes, tackle bags or travel packs without the need for a bulky sheath. The Stowaway Knife features titanium coating on the seven-inch high carbon stainless steel blade and all internal stainless steel components to provide superior, salt-tough corrosion resistance for harsh saltwater conditions. This product also gives back to restocking fish in partnership with coastal hatcheries. With every product sold, they are replenishing the population of inshore species such as redfish, trout, cobia, tarpon and flounder. ToadFishOutfitters.com

Field Guide Designs

Mandy Mohler is a Montana artist with a fondness for organizing objects as a way of creating abstract “portraits” of people, places and eras. Her unique art consists of carefully curated wilderness artifacts, adventure gear, craftsman tools and other curiosities. Mandy's goal is to celebrate the tangible world of hand-made objects and hands-on talents. She celebrates people with grit who seek out adversity for the sake of adventure. Explore the store to discover perfect gifts and modern home decor for anybody that loves wilderness, adventure and fine craftsmanship. FieldGuideDesigns.com

Good Cigar Co.

Will McQuain fell in love with cigars in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains, sitting in rocking chairs and smoking with his brothers. After years of assembling his own cigar packs for weekend adventures, he decided to start Good Cigar Company. They find the best cigars from their favorite brands and factories, and they sell them in beautifully designed, humidity-sealed packaging with everything you need to light up and enjoy the cigar they’ve selected for you. Every pack includes a cutter, matches, detailed tasting notes and two perfect cigars—one for you and another one just like it to share. GoodCigar.co

42 Pressed

42 Pressed is a letterpress and design studio founded in 2009 by Jackie Hall Robinson and her husband, Tyler. Specializing in sustainable, unique paper goods that fit the style of the edgy minimalist correspondent, they are based on a sleepy island called Wadmalaw, located 30 minutes outside of their hometown city of Charleston, South Carolina. Their Scape Collection is a landscape study that evolved into a line of home goods using deliberately ripped, shaped or cut paper designed to mimic specific landscape horizons that have become expressions of their own regional identities. The Coast and Desert candles feature frosted glass with torn labels mimicking coastal and desert landscapes. Made with American-grown soy wax, Coast has notes of salt, bergamot, sea grass and kelp, and Desert has notes of clary sage, pinyon, copal and dry woods. 42Pressed.com

Juniper Ridge

At Juniper Ridge, they go into the wilderness and develop scent profiles of wild places to distill their essences down to their essential oils. They use sustainably harvested plants and traditional steam-distillation techniques to handcraft fragrant home and body products in Oakland, California. They donate 10 percent of their profits or one percent of their sales (whichever is greater) to organizations that fight to keep the wilderness wild. JuniperRidge.com

This Land: An American Portrait

Across thirteen years, forty-eight states and eighty thousand miles of driving, Jack Spencer created a vast, encompassing portrait of the American landscape that is both contemporary and timeless. This Land presents some one hundred and forty photographs that span the nation, from Key West to Death Valley and Texas to Montana. Spencer's pictorialist vision embraces the sweeping variety of American landscapes—coasts, deltas, forests, deserts, mountain ranges and prairies—and iconic places such as Mount Rushmore and Wounded Knee. From the monochromatic and distressed black-and-white images that began the series to the oversaturated color of more recent years, these photographs present a startlingly fresh perspective on America. BarnesandNoble.com


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