Good morning, and welcome to the latest edition of This Week in Gear — your single-shot serving of an entire week’s worth of the best new gear pulled from our weekday editions of Today in Gear. Bookmark it to peruse over a cup of coffee or before you soak up the last of your weekend freedom, then start your Monday completely up to speed. Here’s to another fantastic week.
Monday, May 21st
Our latest biannual magazine provides readers a luxurious, archival reading experience with fresh, exclusive stories about the world of products.
Available on the iTunes store, Actions by Moleskine is a stupidly simple, stupidly pretty productivity app.
With a design from the '70s and a myriad of size and color options available, these new wheels are perfect for your old ride.
Symbol Audio's new all-in-one system can play records and streamed music. You can also integrate it into your home's existing Sonos system.
Outdoor lifestyle brand Fronteer's latest shoe draws inspiration from the combat boots worn by soldiers and park rangers as well as vintage rock climbing footwear to make a handsome boot that can be worn every...
We stopped by the Ferrari Portofino's NYC debut to grab some glamour shots and see the boulevard-cruising bruiser in person.
Tuesday, May 22nd
A jean made specifically to protect your information and your smart device.
Stop losing mindless minutes (or hours) each day scrolling through your Instagram, Twitter or Apple News feeds.
Native Union's new powered Bluetooth speaker is being sold at the MoMA Design Store.
The newest Chelsea boot from Oliver Cabell is worth a look.
Wednesday, May 23rd
It also comes with squeezable sizes. And no, there's no fake notch.
Why is it Ferrari makes better-looking cars when it's for only one customer?
Thursday, May 24th
A limited edition watch with a handsome panda-colored dial.
Crown Royal's latest draws is flavor from Texas mesquite wood, and may just be the perfect widely available to pair with whatever you're grilling on Memorial Day.
Ford's street-legal, daily-driveable Baja racer is set to get more upgrades to increase its off-road capabilities further still.
Friday, May 25th
The newest beer from Sufferfest is sure to please athletes everywhere.
Featuring breathable and quick-drying materials.