Good morning. Two brand-spanking new trailers for two upcoming blockbusters released yesterday: Logan, the first R-rated Wolverine movie starring Hugh Jackman, and Power Rangers, a Michael Bay-esque adaptation of the franchise beloved by ’90s kids everywhere. Here’s what’s good in gear: a technical field jacket, a fly-fishing kit, a new mirrorless camera from Fujifilm and much more.

Catch us on Facebook Live today at 4 p.m. EST — we’ve got some cool new gear from Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2017 to show you.

And here are some fresh stories to start the day.

Fujifilm GFX 50S

Medium-format mirrorless cameras finally become more attainable.

Bruichladdich Wee Laddie Tasting Collection

From Bruichladdich, the generations-old whisky distillery on the Scottish island of Islay, comes three unconventional Scotch whiskies: one fruity, one earthy and one smoky. Perfect for your home bar, or for sipping as you gaze into your lover’s eyes. (Hint hint: Valentine’s Day is just a few short weeks away.)

Triple Aught Designs Sentinel Field Jacket

As a general trend in the world of outdoor gear, the line between “lifestyle” and “hardcore outdoor gear” is beginning to blur. Outerwear, in particular, is being designed with a more urban-friendly aesthetic, without sacrificing technical performance. The Sentinel Field Jacket, with its minimal appearance, weather-resistant Ventile shell and many pockets, is a good example. Expect to see a lot more similar stuff in the coming years.

See How the Range Rover Evolved Over 48 Years

Between 1969 and 2017, the Range Rover has come a long way.

Tenkara Rod Co. The Cascade Package

Tenkara’s smallest rod yet — 8 feet when extended, 18 inches when collapsed. It also comes with two cases (one hardshell, one soft), a basic line spool, fly line and three flies. Ideal for fisherman who desire portability above all else, or for young learners.

Hydro Flask 10-Ounce Insulated Rocks Glasses

Everything that makes Hydro Flask great — clean design, fantastic temperature regulation, guaranteed for life — now in backcountry tumbler form. (You wouldn’t pull top-shelf whiskey from a Nalgene bottle, would you?)


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