A self-flying drone, an affordable softshell by TREW, the Noble Audio Kaiser 10U and more.

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Some might consider it the ultimate selfie stick. Others might use it create Lord of the Rings-esque panoramic videos. Either way, this self-flying drone is designed to both follow and film you. It works with a GoPro, and can be controlled using a simple-to-use app that gives simple instructions, like follow (close or from afar) and hover (high or close). Unfortunately, the GoPro isn’t included with your purchase.

SeaVees Boondocker Boot


Inspired by the United States Marine Corps, SeaVees’s new boots are made with weathered roughout leather. Each boot’s heel and toe are also polished off with a deep wax finish.

Aether Apparel Alpine Crew


This vintage-style sweater is woven in China, and made of Italian merino wool. It’s warm yet looks formal, making it ideal for an extended aprés-ski session.

MS Chop Shop Softshell by TREW


TREW’s limited-edition softshell is made with a double-weave blend of polyester and sorona, making it both breathable and weatherproof. And because they sell direct to consumers, it’s very affordable.

Blaze Burner


For fans of their original Laserlight, Blaze now introduced the Burner. It’s a fully waterproof backlight (100 lumens from 24 LEDs) for your bike.

Noble Audio Kaiser 10U


Love music but hate the way over-ear headphones crush your ears? These in-ear buds deliver impeccably high quality sound through its 10 drivers.

Reviews and Buying Guides

Advice from the Crew

The Aperitif Is the Perfect Thanksgiving Day Drink


Don’t just throw some six-packs in a cooler. The Aperitif is the perfect big-meal pre-game. Read the Story

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Noteworthy Reads

Stories from Around the Web

Tesla Motors is in the process of recalling all of its Model S sedans. Why? Because the front seat belt hasn’t been working properly.

The guys at Highsnobiety have played Halo 5: Guardians through all of its multiplayer online and single campaign modes. Their verdict? Read here.

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Looking Ahead

What We’re Testing Now

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