The Best Accessories for The Everyday Adventurer

Explorer's Press has made personalization a priority with its many cheeky badges, pins, and assorted paraphernalia promoting a lifestyle that's simultaneously intrepid and sardonic. Making use of his graphic design background, founder Brendan Megannety has created a brand that's rife with personality and a healthy tinge of nostalgia.

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With a promise to approximate a "75 percent increase in coolness," Explorer's Press is an accessory brand with a very particular grade of irreverence. Created organically from founder Brendan Megannety's screenprinting business back in 2012, the brand embraces a "modern souvenir" aesthetic that calls to mind merit badges, roadside gift shops, and '70s styles that create a look that's casually campy and wholly appropriate for wanderers of any terrain.

Say it with your hat. Photograph courtesy of Explorer's Press
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Explorer's Press will eventually release more collaborations and custom cut-and-sew pieces, and right now it's not lacking in any measure of West Coast-inspired realness. From patches with wanderlust-y phrases ("Far from Home, Born to Roam") to pennants with unapologetic retorts ("Not Today"), this brand will keep any nomad looking good.

Shop our favorite pieces here!

Lost at Last T-Shirt, $20.
Anywhere But Here Pennant, $20.
Rose Socks, $16.
No Time For Anything Lapel Pin, $5.
Sensitive Artist Pin, $5.
Another Day in Paradise Keychain, $5.
Not Today Pennant, $20.
Hard to Love Dad Hat, $39.
Traveller's Crest Patch, $5.
On the Road Lapel Pin, $5.

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