Victorinox’s smart layering solution, “maker” tools delivered to your doorstep, a handsome belt to freshen your fall fashion and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Victorinox Fall/Winter 2015 Collection
One-layer weather is on its way out, and if you’ve gotten rusty on your bundling-up game, Victorinox’s new collection is an easy solution. Each upper-body item in the collection allows the wearer to “snap in” Victorinox’s new Matterhorn Utility Vest, making for a layering solution that doesn’t restrict movement and reduces friction between layers. This leaves no excuse for wearing two flannel shirts on top of one another.
Logitech CREATE iPad Pro Keyboard
While we’re not too keen on the new iPad Pro, diehard Apple devotees will find a lot to love with Logitech’s new keyboard for the device, which, thanks to its Smart Connector, never needs to be charged.
DJI Zenmuse X5 and X5R 4K
As much as we love the GoPro, DJI’s new drone-based camera is an undeniable step forward for the burgeoning sector: the 3-axis gimbal features a larger micro four-thirds sensor and allows for interchangeable lenses.
Firestone Destination A/T Special Edition
Firestone have released a new special edition of their popular Destination A/T tire. It features a laser-etched sidewall for a unique style.
Maker Monthly is simple: creative supplies for creative minds, delivered to your doorstep monthly.
Bison Made No. 2 Belt
A belt can be the perfect complement to any outfit and Bison Made’s new No. 2 Belt goes with just about everything.
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