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The North Face Summit L3 Ventrix Hoodie
The new Summit L3 Ventrix Hoodie is a jack-of-all-trades wonder, wear anywhere midlayer that breaks new ground thanks to its advanced Ventrix insulation system. As the name hints, Ventrix activates with movement, venting excess body heat during moments of peak activity via laser perforations located in key areas such as the center back and armpits. A critical piece of your mountain layering system, it retains warmth when you need it and releases it when you don’t — setting a new standard for all-day comfort during active days out on the mountain. — Gear Patrol
Pre-Order “Fundamentals” Kitchen Tool Bundle from Material
This seven-piece set — a chef’s knife, paring/utility knife, tongs and two spatulas, plus one of two wooden bases — is heavy on modern design and relatively light on price. Good for gifting someone who’s beginning to build out their living space, or for upgrading your own –Nick Caruso
Ginew Elk Down Vest
Ginew’s Elk Down Vest is a throwback to mountaineering vests popular in the decades ago. it is made with 5 ounce 700 fill goose down and features a hunted elk yoke. Made in Seattle, this vest will last your for years, and is perfect for chilly days, no matter the location. — John Zientek
Monster Children x Civilware Clipper Knife
A handsome pocket knife is a keystone that grounds a well-rounded EDC, and unique blades should be prized for their ability to set apart and stand out. Monster Children’s latest collaboration with Civilware does both — the drop-point folder is built with high-quality stainless steel and features a clip that’s suitable for pockets or holding currency, and the handle is engraved with custom graphics from the designers at LAND. — Tanner Bowden
Frye Will Plain Toe Boot
Save 45%: This handsome boot is made from supple Italian suede, and features a leather lining and combination leather/rubber sole. It’s a versatile style you can dress up or dress down, and its quality construction stand up to years of wear.— John Zientek
Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones
Save: $50 If you’re not sold on wireless, Bose’s wired in-ear headphones sound great and are sweat-resistant, perfect for working out. They’re normally $100, but this eBay deal chops in half. — Tucker Bowe
Common Projects Chelsea Boot
Save $132: Launched way back in 2008, the Common Projects’ super clean, well-built Chelsea Boot helped redefine the boot style and turn it into a modern man’s must-have. It’s also eye-waveringly expensive. Fortunately, Need Supply has taken a good $132 off the vaunted boot in tobacco-hued suede, so you can get in on the phenomenon at a more reasonable price. — Andrew Connor
Xbox One X Controller
Save: $22 If you’re like my brother, you’ll know that FIFA does some dumb things and you tend break controllers because of it. But controllers are expensive. This deal cuts that $59 price down to a more manageable $37. — Tucker Bowe
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