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Today in Gear: The Heated Jacket You’ve Always Wanted, the Perfect Keychain Knife and More
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Ministry of Supply Mercury Jacket
Ministry of Supply’s new jacket makes cold-weather layering obsolete. A sleek and highly-intelligent heated jacket, the Mercury has a custom micro-controller system that gathers information like temperature, motion data and whether you feel too hot or cold to learn your temperature preferences to keep you comfortable on your commute. The jacket is also built to handle the elements and is waterproof, windproof and filled with recycled polyester. The smart technology in the jacket takes 90 seconds to heat up and has a dedicated run time of 4.5 hours. Settings are also adjustable via app and voice commands, so you’ll always have the final say in ‘just-right.’
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Today on Gear Patrol
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Butter Pat Industries harkens back to the lighter, smoother cast-iron from yesteryear— when non-stick was an expectation, not a feature.
We've come a long way since the gas-lit acetylene headlamps from the 1800s.
Reflecting on the brand's minimalist aesthetic, city-to-mountain apparel and his favorite pair of shoes.
We're still waiting for the Qi-wireless charging case that was announced this past fall, though.
Volvo has yielded one of the best-looking and most proportional lift back designs I’ve seen in years.