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Today in Gear: July 30, 2015

A revolutionary messenger bag is Peak Designs' latest, Word. Notebooks calls to the mountains, LAX comes to your living room and more.

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The Surfrider Foundation

The Group Protecting America’s Surf

What began as a group of surfers protecting their local surf spot has expanded into the largest national organization solely dedicated to America's coastlines.

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The Gear to Know

Highlights of Capsule New York Men’s 2015

The Capsule New York Men's annual men's show draws some of the best men's brands from all over the country (and the world). From beard grooming products to backpacks, these 10 items, from already-released to forthcoming, caught our eye.

Dress Well

This Week in Style: July 24, 2015

Converse updates the Chuck Taylor after 100 years, Jungmaven wants you in hemp by 2020, Mr. Porter shows you how to do streetwear and more.

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And the Surfing World Holds Its Breath

Shark Attacks Mick Fanning

For the first time, a shark attacked a professional surfer -- three-time world champion Mick Fanning -- during a competition, and the world was able to watch it live.

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Dress Well

This Week in Style: July 17, 2015

SuitSupply previews its Spring/Summer '16 collection, Tanner Goods releases a new dress belt, how to step up your workday style and more.

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A Heist Movie With Superheroes Peppered In

Ant-Man Breaks Up Marvel’s Monotony

With all the Batmans, Spider-Mans and Avengers out there, the obscure Ant-Man story looked to be set up for failure. But Marvel shook things up and eschewed their tried-and-true superhero movie formula to make a movie that stands out against the rest.

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What's New, Now

Today in Gear: July 9, 2015

Custom cargo bikes by Porterlight Bringley, a worldwide romance study by Aziz Ansari , a military-inspired bag by Fidelis and more.

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Studio-Quality Sound for the masses

Bowers & Wilkins’ Biggest Speakers Yet Are Tour Ready

Since the 1970s, Bowers & Wilkins have been revolutionizing high-end audio at home and in the recording studio. This year marks the company's first serious step forward for festival audio: PA-sized loudspeakers.

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