Revel sound systems in the new Lincoln 2016 MKX, On’s new waterproof and windproof Cloudrunner, Lifefactory’s Cafe Collection, a razor with a Japanese Feather blade and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Revel in Lincoln
Crafting thoughtfully designed loudspeakers involves more than just intuition. Kevin Voecks, of Revel product development, describes his scientific approach for creating a new dimension of immersive audio for Lincoln in the 2016 MKX. The Lincoln Motor Company will be the exclusive automaker to offer Revel and Revel Ultima® audio systems in its lineup of luxury vehicles, debuting with the all-new Lincoln MKX.
On Cloudrunner Winter Edition
As is true with all of On’s running shoes, their new winter shoes feature the brand’s patented Cloudtec soles. What’s different about them? They’re completely waterproof and windproof. Add some reflective elements and a relatively lightweight body (9.5 ounces), and these running shoes are ideal for the upcoming cold, wet and short days of winter.
Silca Seat Roll by Yanco
This seat roll has three pockets for tools, easily attaches itself under a bike seat and is made out of waxed duck canvas by Martexin.
Roots Waterbuck Collection
Red Wing Heritage 8882 6-Inch Moc Boot
Need new boots for fall? These Red Wing classics now come in Indigo Portage leather.
OneBlade Razor & Stand
The OneBlade claims to be the best razor blade on the planet. It consists of a single Japanese Feather blade (which is replaceable) and has a lifetime guarantee.
Lifefactory Cafe Collection
These new glass mugs have insulating sleeves so you can comfortably carry hot coffee, or tea, on the go.
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