Today in Gear: November 6, 2014
Today in Gear: A throne for your Mac Pro, a smart security device, what directors love about movies, and more.
Today in Gear: A throne for your Mac Pro, a smart security device, what directors love about movies, and more.
Today’s athlete is a spartan renaissance man, a conglomeration of multi-faceted fitness that culminates in one fine-tuned machine ready for whatever the world will bring. And the modern fitness man requires diversity in gear -- something to guide him in excellence in all of his athletic follies. This gear will aid him in crossing the finish first, whatever that finish line may be.
Today in Gear: Aether's ultimate ski jacket, Oppermann's duffle bag , Cafe du Cycliste's cold weather gear, the Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 Flash and more.
Today in Gear: Nike's new driver, a great game from Middle-Earth, cases for your iPhone 6, cocktails wisdom from Death & Co. and Vizio's crazy affordable 4k TVs.
Stability starts from the ground up, taking away slippage in the shoes and keeping your body balanced, from the pinkie toe up. The differences between golfing shoes are plenty, the perks distinct -- so when purchasing your next pair for the Member-Guest, consider your options wisely. These seven shoes are a good start.
Today in Gear: LG's newest smart watch, Bell's transformable helmet for mountain bikers, Nike's new throwback tennis apparel and more.
A year's worth of college puts you on a separate plane than the eager fresh faces that've just been let off the parental leash for the first time in their lives. There's a wisdom that comes with knowing the ropes -- like avoiding classes that meet more than twice a week, or where to find grease at any godforsaken hour. You've also made friends (some probably for life) and finally have a say over where you live and who you live with. Craft a smart plan, lean on your parents, and with a little bit of luck your new home might actually be a house. You've earned the extra space, now make it your own.
Today in gear: A smart propane tank, a sports smartwatch, the Nike Lunar Trainer 1, and more.
Today in Gear: 2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster, HRE Wheels' fresh new RSI series, a Nixeus mechanical keyboard, black and white bedding from Crane & Canopy and Nike Golf's app.
The original minimal movement and natural running got joggers quick stepping on the track and trail. Then came the backlash: those saying minimalism leads to injury, hurting more than it helps. Today, manufacturers are pushing shoe tech to find sacred middle ground -- offering lightweight, responsive shoes with enough cushion and stability to prevent injury. These 10 are the best of the new breed.
Today in Gear: above-average cocktail mixers, flexible training shoes, Bill Bryson's return, truly retro gaming, and more.
This Week in Gear: the 2015 Ford Focus ST, GE Link connected LEDs, Ginger infused bourbon, Trek's Edmonda SLR 10, Patagonia's Nano-Air jacket.
Today in Gear: Ford's hot hatchback gets a facelift, Apple's iPod Touch gets better and cheaper, Nikon's new full-frame DSLR and more.
Today in Gear: Ariel's mix-and-match motorcycle, Knoll reintroduces an iconic chair, Nike's new golfing kicks and more.
Today in gear we examine, Brooklinen's dreams of affordable sheets, an innovative mattress that packs down in a box, Evel Knieval's trip to Oklahoma, NIke's stealthy new driver, a 6 wheeled ATV and a subscription service for vapers.
Today in gear we examine Pioneer's new DJ ear buds, Cool Hunting's latest collaboration, a sous vide machine from the future, Blue Lounge's handy accessory for iMac owners and Nike's latest summer release.
While running is by nature a sport with minimal gear requirements, having a combination of the right soft goods plus some accoutrements for comfort can make the whole experience more enjoyable. Pick from this Kit and you’ll be furnished with everything you need to succeed -- minus grit and determination. That’s on you.
Today in Gear we examine Ray-Ban's new customizable remix program, Nike Soccer's revised away kit for team U.S.A., the return of the Omega Seamaster 300, your new guide to alpine training and Bluelounge's key-sized charging accessory for Android.
Grabbing a pair of classically rad sneakers better suited for trips to the beach than running a 5k personal best is a great way to prepare for warmer weather. Light materials and light colors paired with simple silhouettes make each of these five picks worth wearing for that next sundress encounter; for summer mood optimization, we've paired an accompanying soundtrack to each of our picks.
Today in Gear we take a look at Nike's fanatical socks, the world's smallest interchangeable lens camera, miner lighting & a book with all the answers to the question "what if?"
Today in gear we examine mango hot sauce, an app to curb your caffeine addiction, fishtail parkas, Booker's Bourbon, coffee presses and more.
Today in Gear, we find a car bed for adults (courtesy of Bentley), personalized knives, shiny watch straps and much more.
Today in Gear, we find enviro-friendly Adidas kicks, Super Bowl activewear from Nike, a pimp navigator, a super bright flashlight and much more.
Today in Gear, we find Nike cleats, 'Murican made jeans, a Bahaus-inspired kettle, a clean and simple Timex watch and much more.
Today in Gear, we find the story of a great coach's life, hypertight recovery gear, J.Crew Ludlows for your feet and much more.
Today in Gear, we find a good fowl vodka, an Audi for dealing with death threats, a blinged-out Nike FuelBand and much more.
Today in gear, we find a chic laptop desk for your lap, a commute suit, Spanish wine delivery, boots built for motorcyclists and much more.
'Tis the season of calorie intake, so keeping one's running regimen going strong should be a priority. Thing is, winter weather -- the snow, slush and cold -- is prohibitive at best. Fortunately, gentlemen, we have options. These are the best winter running shoes for facing the cold on pavement, trails and mountains.
Dare 2B Time Keeper Ski Jacket Uhhhhh, guys? It’s cold. Sure, the Solstice is a month away, but it’s not exactly the most reliable date on record, and waiting to bundle up until it’s literally winter won’t serve you well. English brand Dare 2B proudly boasts their Time Keeper jacket, and for good reason. We’ve...
Part of you doesn’t want to buy The Athlete any gift at all. He roughhouses at the Thanksgiving football game; he runs negative splits at the charity 5K; he seems to be toweling off every time your girlfriend is around. While we’re all worse for wear, he’s aging like a Rodin. But ultimately, he’s a good guy who just really likes to get the blood flowing. He whipped you into shape for Tough Mudder, remember? And who came along for a second opinion when you bought the used Cervelo? Who’s consistently willing to do an aerial chest bump? Yeah, that’s him. Go ahead, get him a little something nice for the holidays this year. We've got all the ideas you need.
Airstream Interstate For all your glamping needs, Airstream’s Mercedes-Benz-based Interstate offers all the amenities and style you could ever hope for. Nine floor plans makes for total customization for crews of any size, and the estimated 18+ MPG and 5,000+-pound towing capacity mean you don’t have to take out a loan when you roam or...
Remodelista: A Manual For The Considered Home Remodelista’s book examines the aesthetics of 12 thoroughly designed homes to teach readers how to “edit” their own abode. The brand’s philosophy argues that classic design outdoes trendy at every turn, and to that end the book enlightens readers and aspiring beautiful home owners with simple and effective...
Sony Video Unlimited 4K Download Service If you’ve already got Sony’s 4K Ultra HD Media Player it’s time to start downloading some big guns. The new service went live over the weekend and allows users to download 4K television shows and movies. There are currently 70 films available for rent or purchase, with many more...
The Tie Bar Shoelaces Ever the bastion of affordable style and flair — from tie-it-yourself bow ties to pocket squares to, well, tie bars — The Tie Bar has introduced some colorful accessories to tie onto something a little lower. These waxed cotton laces come in 25 colors and are cheap enough to make customizing...
Cocoon Slim Backpack Backpacks hold a lot of stuff and they stay out of the way, leaving your hands free. Thing is, compartments that are actually cavernous holdalls turn ‘packs into bulky messes. SLIM is so named for a reason: all loaded up, this pack is only 3.5 inches thick. The back compartment is for...
Summer heat waves are on the edge of winding down, and that’s good news: you can run without your shoes melting to the road. If you've been stuck all summer plodding along on a treadmill in the gym or running in the predawn hours to avoid scorchers, now is a great time to reassess your aging kicks and consider an update. We could go on about minimal vs. conventional, the merits of cushioning and drop angles and tread patterns, or we could just find the best shoes of the year to help you with one thing: working on your fast. Our search for the best running shoes of the year yielded more than a few contenders, and unless you plan on leaving them in your closet to collect dust, there's not a single shoe here that won’t help you get to the front of the pack.
Todd Snyder + Champion Men’s fashion favorite Todd Snyder pored over Champion’s 93 year-old archives to find the most classic pieces they’ve made to date, then revamped them to reflect current trends. Think well-tailored, slimmer cut sweatshirts and sweatpants, subtle detailing and color blocks. We don’t suggest working out in a three-piece suit, but these...
Dyson Hard Ostensibly aimed at the wealthy set looking to ditch those tacky, white trash Swiffers for good, the Dyson Hard is a floor cleaning device that answers the question, “how can I pay way more for this?” Using the famous Dyson Digital Motor and the company’s cyclone suction tech, this dubiously named creation both...
Kevin Durant had no intention of making a quiet shoe when it came time to design the sixth iteration of his signature Nikes -- but the design goes much deeper than its fluorescent green and yellow skin. The KD VI ($130) radically deviates from the traditional high-topped status quo of modern basketball shoes in its pursuit of lighter weight and increased agility. We were lucky enough to attend its release. We break down this flamboyant court beast.
Kwikset Kevo Lock Kwikset says their new lock communicates with iPhones via Bluetooth Smart Ready Technology, but it’ll look like magic to your next houseguests. Download the Kevo app, set up the battery powered deadbolt, keep the phone in your pocket, and simply touch the lock with a finger to unlatch your door. Key fob...
Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour GRS Zoom zoom zoom. Nike’s Zoom cushioning, with air pockets and fancy textiles, relieves some of the stress put on your feet by that brutal serve-and-volley game. The uppers wrap feet snugly but allow for the kinds of generous movement needed when walloping tennis balls all over the court; rubber...
Goal Zero Rock Out 2 Portable Speaker A man’s got to have his music, location be damned. The Rock Out 2 is a 7-inch speaker that connects via 3.5-mm audio jack and pumps out tunes for 20 hours per charge. It charges via USB, or through a small Goal Zero solar array (sold separately) that...
Saker S-1 Personal Jet It’s a pain to always have to fly on a commercial airliner — the things are so damn slow, and you have to put your toiletries in plastic baggies. Ugh. If you’ve got a two-seater military-style jet, however, you can lunch in New York and take an afternoon meeting in LA,...
Every year for Memorial Day a few die-hard friends and I skip the barbecues to indulge our powder habit one last time. Summer skiing is our way of throwing a middle finger to the sun before our precious snow melts for another year. The festivities begin with early morning hikes above the treeline and finish with goggle-tanned, smiling faces telling stories of epic wipeouts and slushy runs around the campfire. Here's the gear we used to tackle the last runs of the year.