Today in Gear: March 28, 2014

Barbour-Rover-Gear-Patrol Barbour for Landrover
These two iconic British brands go together like Pippa Middleton and us, so we’re stunned it’s taken them this long to mingle. This is technically Landrover’s first-ever clothing collab; the upcoming collection is said to feature “a modern interpretation of each brand’s country roots, exuding an elaborate breadth of capability” (translation: waxed canvas, wool and corduroy). Other details are slim, but buyers can expect goodies beyond jackets including “quilts, gilets and a range of wax and wool knits, accessories and matching luggage.” Cheerio.
DSPTCH-Bags-Gear-Patrol DSPTCH Spring Bag Collection
One of our favorite American brands has released a fresh collection for spring that includes a new daypack, briefcase and weekender bag. Per usual, they’re all made in the U.S.A. with Rambo-grade materials and construction techniques. You’ll also find plenty of useful pockets, straps and other unique touches designed to make hitting the road easier than ever. $158+
Cricket-Shirt-Gear-Patrol Criquet Shirts
Years of New York private school experience sent Billy Nachman and Hobson Brown on a quest to create the ideal polo. Their resulting Austin, TX-based brand is designed to feel right at home with that special combination of tee boxes and tallboys and includes welcomed details like removable collar stays. Time to get your Judge Smails on. $75
Tudor-Heritage-Ranger-Gear-Patrol Tudor Heritage Ranger
Tudor’s still on a resurrection roll — this time with the Ranger, originally produced in the ’60s. The watch has grown in its second life to 41mm and includes a domed sapphire, satin-finished crown and a self-winding Calibre 2824 mechanical movement. Steel, leather and camo strap options prove you can teach an old dog new tricks.
Home-Distillers-Workbok-Gear-Patrol The Home Distiller’s Workbook
Jeff King assumes a role as the Martha Stewart of Moonshine with all the joviality you’d expect of a guy instructing others on how to grind the rails between craftsmanship and criminality. His 85-page pamplet book offers advice on how to make all the volatile spirits you’re apparently too cheap to buy including moonshine, whiskey, vodka, rum or even alternative fuels (bonus!) at home, using everything from a hacked teapot to customized garage rigs. $9
No-6-Depot-Coffee-Gear-Patrol No. Six Depot Coffee
Meticulously sourced and roasted coffee blends hailing from the Massachusetts Berkshire mountains, some of which are named after great novels. Yeah…that should do nicely in our mugs. $10+ ()
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