October 8-12, 2018
A Look Back at the Gear We Discovered This Week
We publish our weekly roundup of gear news for you to enjoy over the weekend. Savor it with your Saturday morning coffee, or use it to fend off the existential panic of Sunday night — it’s up to you. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at email@example.com.
Bow & Stern ABYSS Collection
More and more, we need to be cognizant of the environment in our everyday decision-making. Even when it comes to something as seemingly innocuous as choosing a dive watch, there’s a choice that is always more friendly towards the environment.
Australian accessories brand BOW & STERN is 100% carbon-neutral — a Blue Gum Eucalyptus Tree is planted in the Annya State Forest for every order, and the brand also donates 20% of profits to support ocean conservation efforts. Its recently launched ABYSS Collection on Kickstarter features three 41.5mm automatic dive watches in matte black, brushed gold, and brushed silver; remaining true to the BOW & STERN nautical, minimalist aesthetic design, all three pieces are waterproof to 200m. Only 1,200 of these watches will be produced, and when you pre-order one through the button below, you’ll get a free additional strap.
Buck Knives created the original 112 Ranger in 1972, and now the iconic pocket knife has been remade with updated materials.
The North Face just launched its 2019 Summit Series collection, proving that it still knows what technical outdoor gear should be.
Whenever a classic Ford pops up -- like this 1992 Escort RS -- it's now more than just a hard hit of nostalgia.
Google's latest smartphone has all of the features we expected, plus a handful of groundbreaking ones that we didn't.
This new device from Google allows users to search YouTube with only voice commands -- and it costs a lot less than you think.
Based in Leadville, Colorado, Melanzana makes technical fleece products that are often compared to the best available from companies like Patagonia and The North Face.
The 15th edition of Jim Murray's 2019 Whisky Bible names another Buffalo Trace Distillery bottle World Whisky of the Year.
The air is crisp, and the leaves up in the mountains are on their way to the other side of the color pallet -- exactly where this '73 BMW R75/5 thrives.
All the proceeds go to free vision screenings, eye exams and glass to schoolchildren in need.
Target is your new destination for toilet paper, lotion, soap and everything else you buy, run out of and need to re-stock.
Devialet's newest speaker, the Phantom Reactor, shares the same look and sound as the company's other Phantom speakers – just in a smaller and cheaper package.
As far as long-term investments go, you can't beat a Toyota 4x4 Pickup for under $6,800.
Based in Michigan, Superior Wilderness Designs crafts custom, made-to-order hiking backpacks that won't break the bank.
This fresh collaboration blends the comfort and style of Nikes with the iconic earth tones and patterns from Pendleton.
If you buy any of Moment's smartphone accessories through the Moment app and by Friday, October 12 – you get 20-percent off.
Our team would practically live in Outdoor Voices if they could. We can't wait to get our hands on these shorts.
Breville's products typically go the extra couple of inches other brands don't. Its new pizza oven is no different.
These sneakers feature the standard shape and fit of the All-Stars we know and love, but in a thick felted fabric that'll keep your toes toasty as temperatures dip.
The new FrankOne brewer from Colombia has the potential to be the best (and most affordable) way to make great coffee without the work.
Small, light, fun and affordable cars are enjoying a low-key resurgence and Nissan is missing out.
Pick them up in New York before they become available in Europe.
Inspired by a hike by the co-founders, the Wallace Lake collection is filled with everything we want for fall.
Nike's new Okwahn II fits the bill for the city and the trail.
The ABYSS Collection from BOW & STERN just launched on Kickstarter and adheres to the company's mission of planting a tree for every order.
The new Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro doesn't just get a new engine (good for 158 horsepower and 94 lb-ft), but the chassis and body get a list of further upgrades – aiming it squarely at...
Before, if you were looking for great open-back headphones, you had to "go wired" – not anymore.
A hardcore, lightened M2 CS is on the way in 2020, which just begs the question, why did this type of car ever disappear from the lineup, to begin with?