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Today in Gear: August 22, 2014
Gustin’s not your typical menswear company — to reduce waste, they crowdsource all of their products. Good news for you: this innovative business model drives down production costs, allowing them to sell premium quality denim for a fraction of the price. Their newest release of workshirts (available in both classic and slim fit) blurs the line between workwear and smart casual. Each piece is handmade in California from Japanese selvedge. $119+
|Barn Luck The Bavarian
The guys over at Barn Luck are committed to the revival of motorcycling’s most storied and seductive steel horses. The Bavarian café racer is inspired by Steve McLaughlin’s legendary 1976 BMW R90S — the bike that won the first AMA Superbike Championship, proving that BMW’s strengths extended beyond touring bikes. barnluck.com
|CLAE Fall 2014 Collection
The fashion-forward sneakerheads at CLAE just released their fall 2014 collection. Included are the expected steadies — both Ellington and Strayhorn models, but in a variety of new color-ways (charcoal, khaki green, and oxblood to name a few) — alongside their latest launch called the Robinson, a neoprene tongued, leather hi-top with speed-lacing hardware and an EVA sole to help keep you on your toes.
|Aecraft Slim Wallet
The central opening of these slim, lightweight wallets allows for immediate access to both cards and cash without having to open the bi-fold. Don’t worry, its contents won’t fall out; everything is tucked away snugly with an integrated band and velcro system.
|Incase Action Camera Collection
Soon to hit market shelves is the new Action Camera Collection from Incase, specifically designed to protect and serve all your favorite GoPro cameras. Like many of their other products, this line features a proprietary shock absorbing material Incase calls Tensaerlite. Next time you fall off your bike or board, your lens will be covered (even if your bones aren’t). goincase.com
|Rite in the Rain Mechanical Pencil
Rite in the Rain is known for their one-off brand of all weather, water-resistant notebooks. Thanks to a durable resin barrel, these mechanical pencils are just as resilient, providing rugged outdoorsmen the opportunity to jot down notes no matter the situation or setting. All parts are made and assembled in the good ‘ol US and A. $11 (★)
|Tested: TravelTeq Trash
TravelTeq’s humbly named Trash meets an extremely wide range of needs and wants, and also includes features that you may not need or want — but you can’t argue that they’re pretty cool. Read This Story