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Today in Gear: New Throws & Pillows from Burrow, the Next Big Things In Whiskey & More
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By now, Burrow should well be on your radar. The brand’s dialed in on clever, uncompromising furniture for modern life, and it has broken the outdated furniture industry model by delivering fast and free to your door. To pair with its modular, tool-free assembly furniture, Burrow recently put together a line of throws and pillows.
The four collections of pillows and throws are each inspired by a specific lifestyle and aesthetic. And they’re also responsibly manufactured, being both Fair Trade and GoodWeave certified. Comfortable and stylish, Burrow went the extra mile to heighten your couch time as the weather cools down and you start spending more time indoors.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Situated on Charleston's famed King Street, High Wire Distilling Company isn't changing how whiskey is made or toying with the aging process — its innovation is far simpler.
The Nebula Capsule II is still able to project the same size screen – up to 100 inches – but it's a brighter and higher-resolution picture. The speakers are better. And it now runs Android...
Never miss another rep count again with this small device that stays put on your arm.
It's sure to add a pulled-together look to your living and bedrooms.
Burton's new X-Pac bags from its Japan-only AK457 collection look incredibly durable, sleek and up to anything you can throw at them.
Zwilling Kitchen Knives
Save Up to 65% These knives, for the most part, are ugly. That is to say they’ve been marked as “visually imperfect” and thus sold way below the SRP. Zwilling assures that this won’t be a problem: “Product may have minor visual imperfections or a damaged box. Though this will not affect the product’s performance.” A whole host of blade sizes and styles are available in the clearance area, and we’ve picked some of the best below.
Italian-Made Clarks Desert Boots
Save 58%:Like many shoe brands, UK-based brand Clarks moved its manufacturing overseas in the mid-aughts. For over a decade, the brand’s iconic Desert Boots were made in countries including Vietnam and India, but recently the brand has focused on bringing production back to Europe. While Clarks is now manufacturing again in the UK, it is also building high-end versions of a few styles in Italy. You can pick up a pair of these Italian-made Desert Boots right now at Nordstrom Rack for only $80. That’s 58 percent lower than list price and $50 less than the brand’s entry-level Desert Boots — hard to argue with that. — John Zientek
Today on Gear Patrol
Consumer Reports just announced the results of its Annual Auto Survey based on data on reliability collected from the vehicles of over 500,000 CR members, these were at the bottom of the list.
Peak Design’s new 45L brute has everything you need to ditch the roller.
It's safe to say taking two wheels into the dirt is a different animal altogether than street riding.
Here are three beautiful Swiss chronographs from Angelus, Gallet and Welsbro that offer a ton of utility and character.
Amp Human Performance's PR Lotion combats muscle fatigue and soreness by delivering more of the naturally-occurring bicarbonate to muscles.
We go on-set with Patagonia's Senior Staff Photographer Tim Davis while he shoots portraits around California.