October 29—November 2, 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.
Monday, October 29
At a closed-door meeting, attending dealers were allegedly told a four-door Mustang is on the way.
It's got most of the latest high-end hardware specs you'd expect, but starting at just $549, you're getting them at a really good deal.
Backcountry announces its first proprietary line of technical ski gear, based on decades of experience selling stuff made by other brands.
One of the most covetable jackets of the season.
Featuring titanium and Carl Zeiss CR-39 lenses.
Tuesday, October 30
Not for the light-walleted or faint of heart.
Apple has finally reimagined the aging MacBook Air with a Retina Display, Touch ID, faster internals and a form factor that's 10% thinner.
The last time Apple updated the Mac Mini was slightly over four years ago. So this new release has been a long time coming for Mac power users who need more than a laptop can...
They have smaller bodies, bigger screens and also ditch the Lightning port in favor of USB-C.
Wednesday, October 31
You might just forget what the cold feels like with this new insulated jacket.
The ATH-M50xBT are wireless versions of Audio-Technica's ATH-M50x studio headphones. They're available today for $199.
The brand's latest release looks like it was pulled from the set of the 1931 film 'Dracula.'
A former Patagonia CEO teamed up with some other material-minded industrialists and came out with a super light, super safe car seat.
It's cozy, made of recycled wool and will keep you #DoingThings for longer.
Thursday, November 1
KEF has introduced the LSX, a stereo speaker system that's essentially just a smaller, cheaper and more colorful version of the company's elite LS50 Wireless speaker system.
14 hours of battery life and a personal audio experience. These are the Jaybird Tarah Pro wireless headphones.
These animal-friendly kicks are sleek and USDA certified.
Verve has led the American specialty coffee movement from early days. Now, its released a canned coffee that promises the freshness and quality to its lofty standards.
About a month ago, Lodge quietly released a pretty handy set of cast-iron cookware that's tailored for campfires.
It weighs less than a pound and fits right in your briefcase.
A fully-waterproof backpack that'll fit in the palm of your hand? Yeah, we'll take that.
Friday, November 2
Some of the coolest watches take design inspiration from unusual places — the Brew Watch Co. Retrograph is a case in point.
Made from water-resistant and stain-resistant calf suede.