Postcard: 2015 Monaco Grand Prix
Once a year, for just under two hours, everyone in Monaco is a fan of motorsport.
Once a year, for just under two hours, everyone in Monaco is a fan of motorsport.
In Sydney, new coffee shops seem to materialize each week — with no sign of relenting. Here are five shops we'd consider making the 22-hour flight for.
Australia's famed coastal hot spot proves that for some, summer really never has to end.
Have you ever wanted to jet set like 007? Start with the hotels he stayed in.
Apple watch is here. Fantastic. Here are four mechanical watches to actually go spend your hard-earned money on instead.
The Apple Watch is here in all its aluminum, steel, gold ($10,000!) glory and touted as a comprehensive health and fitness companion. Here's everything you need to know including availability, pricing, and apps.
The Iditarod Trail Invitational (ITI) is the world's longest winter ultramarathon by mountain bike, foot and ski. It follows the historic Iditarod Trail from Knik, AK, over the Alaska Range to McGrath and on to Nome. If you like to run and ride in severe winter conditions and sleep outside in the frozen tundra, then this is the race for you.
You're right, things do look a little different. Actually, very different. We've spent the last six months designing the new GP to deliver more of what you've asked for (story immersion) while carving away what you don't (clutter).
From the Archives: There's a particular theater to motorsport. The hair-bristling caterwaul of a race exhaust. The aromas of hot metal mechanics. The gritty dust of tire soot. And that's for spectators. Step beyond the yellow line into pit row and things get far more visceral. And though we could prattle on in paragraphs about what it's like to be face-to-face with theatrics of racing Ferraris, we figured it best to report this story through the medium of film.
How many $10 umbrellas have you bought in your life? Maybe not enough to justify spending $400 on one. But, thinking of time wasted and moments of self-loathing caused by a shit rain cover, it's also easy to argue the case for a good example.
This fall we've gathered five vintage watches that strike the themes we like: tradition, a sense of sport, and shrewd shopping.
THE DETAILS & HOW TO APPLY Basics: Internships last roughly 16-18 weeks depending on start dates. Apprenticeships are 9-12 months. You must be located in New York or have a reasonable commute to our office in midtown New York. Remuneration: The internship does not include benefits, but we provide a stipend for housing, commuting (MTA)...
From the Archives: Earbuds, rather than full-size headphones, are essential for about every possible activity besides critical listening mostly because they are so very compact. If you're a commuter or jogger or the type of person who can't balance one-pound earmuffs on your head all day, or prefer to not spend a pretty penny on something that you're likely to lose or break, these are for you.
This Week in Watches: Breitling's new SuperQuartz-powered Cockpit B50, a classicist pocket watch from Jaquet Droz, a watch expert takes on the Apple Watch and much more.
Nearly one in three Koreans hike on a monthly basis — some consider it an “addiction” — where weekends at trailheads are backlogged with eager hikers dressed in brightly colored mountaineering gear. But several paces in, trails unfurl a multitude of unique sights to Westerners accustomed to sweeping landscapes. On a recent hike at Seoul's Woo-Myun Mountain we discovered a few for ourselves.
From the Archives: Summer's end may be nigh, but that doesn't mean it's time to let go of those last lazy Saturdays. Stir back the grill's smoldering embers and and crack open a cold one -- any of these six will do just nicely.
While watching A River Runs Through It to inspire ourselves for this issue we couldn't help but also take stock in its unforgettable style (and Oscar winning cinematography). Oxfords, waistcoats, felt, and not a single pair of shorts in sight. What proceeds are 28 modern interpretations of a squarely 1920s look -- a handsome one at that. Wade in and who knows, maybe you'll catch a few items of your own.
The dopp kit or toiletry bag can be a point of confusion. No more. Pack yours like a pro with these essentials.
There's a particular theater to motorsport. The hair-bristling caterwaul of a race exhaust. The aromas of hot metal mechanics. The gritty dust of tire soot. And that's for spectators. Step beyond the yellow line into pit row and things get far more visceral. And though we could prattle on in paragraphs about what it's like to be face-to-face with theatrics of racing Ferraris, we figured it best to report this story through the medium of film.
Made with traditional methods (and a few logical modern production upgrades), Horween leather is the material du jour for everything from menswear staples to timeless goods. With both durability and a patina that wears just so, it works particularly well as a strap material for both vintage and new watches.
Twelve years ago, we said a Porsche truck was a bad idea. Boy, were we wrong. A quick drive in the 2015 Porsche Macan made our eaten words that much more delectable.
Whether you’re flying from Cleveland to Chicago in coach or Boston to Bangladesh in business, the reality of flying involves cramped quarters, mediocre wi-fi, and floppy tray tables. That doesn't mean you can't be productive. Here are three setups -- tailored to regional, transcontinental and international flights -- to maximize your jetset (or weekly airborne slog) efficiency.
From the Archives: Since its birth in the '60s as a revolutionary way to tackle long distance flights with large passenger loads, the 747 has undergone several evolutions. Today the 4th generation 747, the 747-8 Intercontinental, is, in our opinion, the finest one yet, though its success has been somewhat marred by its misunderstood approach. In the previous decades while manufacturers focused on making their products bigger, newer and faster, Boeing took a different tact with the 747: efficiency and evolution. We got aboard one on an inaugural Lufthansa flight.
The life of a dinner shindig can be as simple as quality charcoal, a few tunes and some great beef. Oh, and good beer. The "One Grill Meal" isn't a challenging culinary proposition. In fact, outside of skillet cooking it's about as simple of a trick as they come. And whether your have propane or charcoal it's a pretty damn simple affair and about as American as it gets.
Nantucket just before the summer tide of tourists rolls in is a special place.
In the 2015 Chevy Tahoe everyone is treated with business-class comfort. Is this the perfect weekend car? We find out with some time behind the wheel.
From the Archives: In the golden age of the so-called "art cinema", college-aged cineastes and middle-aged professorial types needed only to congregate at the local repertory theatre for a fix of the latest and greatest in international film. They could catch a Bergman-Fellini double feature and wile away the evening in a coffee shop discussing the Christ-figure symbolism or whatever. A vast library of international movies are available to watch instantly with the click of a mouse. You too can become a film snob -- with very little actual work. We've done some of the heavy popcorn lifting for you and picked out forty of the best foreign films available for instant streaming today. Go forth and become a global movie connoisseur.
10:28 a.m. HST | Kauai, Hawaii -- The two mile hike up to Waipoo Falls in Kauai's Waimea Canyon is by all measurement an easy one, but it underscores what's best about a quiet hike.
View All Today in Gear | Follow Us On Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, RSS or Subscribe via Email The Best Summer Films Summer movie season is in full swing. Blockbusters to the indies, thrillers and cerebral, here’s your complete punchlist for the best movies. Read More Reigning Champ x CM Robe Your long weekend may be...
Volcanic activity lifted Hawaii's oldest island up from the ocean floor six million years ago, and millennia of rainfall -- amounts on par with the highest on Earth -- have carved out deep valleys, gorgeous waterfalls and ridges that rise thousands of feet into the air like razors set on edge. In this photo essay we explore both summit and sea.
From the Archives: Sunglasses are sunglasses, right? Nope. You can't slap on a pair of clearance carousel drugstore shades and expect a great behind-the-wheel experience; nor does spending $300 on top-of-the-line sunglasses necessarily get you the best sunglasses for the road. In this guide we've rounded up a few favorites -- perfect for negotiating that hairpin like Fangio.
View All Today in Gear | Follow Us On Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, RSS or Subscribe via Email The Handbook by Valet Our favorite style destination has introduced a massive update to their Handbook, a digital series of lessons and how-to’s that range from living a stylish life to field guides on style. Well illustrated and...
Chef Ken Priest of Genuine Roadside in New York shared this recipe for tacos made with fresh tuna.
From the Archives: In the good old days of train travel a gentleman would have a cavalcade of steamer trunks in tow, housing all manner of wardrobe, knick knacks, accoutrement and what-have-yous. These days, a guy's lucky if his rolling carry-on isn't checked at the gate. Thankfully, weary traveler, technology is on your side. We're pleased to introduce to you the best hard shell suitcases we would find, each a convergence of all the necessary requirements for travel, each unique in its own way.
The team that makes Gear Patrol happen here at our office in New York is a small but intensely passionate crew of journalists huddled around a simple mission: cinematic storytelling and product forward reporting. We're also having a damn good time doing it. The work is hard, but it's remarkably fun. We care deeply about our editorial goals (providing a daily roadmap for guys hell-bent on making the most out of their lives), love balancing data and art and hold ourselves accountable to our readers and each other and we're looking for a few good candidates. Read on.
In terms of age, Tel Aviv is practically an adolescent amongst its Middle Eastern siblings. The city was founded in just 1909 and that youthful exuberance can be seen in every corner of the thriving, secular scene. Its burgeoning creative community and coastal vibe harken a sense that Tel Aviv has no qualms giving Miami a run for its money. But instead of sprawl and house music, the city treats its visitors with endless Bauhaus architecture, a formidable music scene, fascinating cultural visits and excellent food -- and a rousing nightlife. Following up his trek across Cuba, GP's Jeremy Berger recently traveled to the "The White City" to spend two weeks immersing himself in the city's offerings, speaking with local experts on hotels, design, food and beer -- even making an ambitious trip southeast to Israel's earnest municipal, Jerusalem, to run the marathon.
Tucked away behind a small industrial complex in Hanapepe on the Island of Kauai lies a hidden local treasure: Glass Beach. And just a short walk east from the parking area, one can find an even cooler gem -- a naturally formed lava arch and keyhole cave on a jagged dark amber shoreline, where firm breezes make the tumbling waves a sight to behold.
You may be able to drive through Rhode Island in a half hour, but the diminutive state’s influence extends beyond its borders. While the local economy relies less on manufacturing than it once did, the state still produces a raft of excellent goods -- and not just what they're making at Raytheon. Here we’ve picked a few of our favorites from the Ocean State, ranging from the artisan to the heirloom-worthy. Think of them as souvenirs from our Seeking Providence issue.
Unlike Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac don’t have car dealerships, fancy restaurants, banks or clubs. The only company is the companion you flew in with, red-footed boobies, and disarmingly laid back residents who are quick to smile and even faster to offer help. Visit once and you’ll return for life.
A Caribbean island can be perfectly indulgent, but the trappings of modern resort life can also bring a modicum of staleness. That's why you go the extra mile. Or, in the case of the Caymans, 60 miles. Just beyond Grand Cayman are the Sister Islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, both refreshingly Caribbean and just a puddle-jump away.