December 3-7, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, December 3
It's like a mirror reflection of a clear sky on a sunny day.
While you still have to buy something to enter, this is as close as it gets to giving away ultra-rare bottle of Pappy.
A collaboration with Oakland retailer Standard and Strange.
These runners are good-looking and come in many colors.
Tuesday, December 4
Assouline's newest offering is a look at some of Rolex's most notable watches, and though it doesn't come cheap, it's pretty incredible.
The Bronco is fixing to be a fun and exciting truck, in the same vein as the Raptor and outward appearances count for a lot if that message is to get across.
Made in Japan from 19-ounce unsanforized selvedge denim.
This week is Boost Week, meaning you get access to a new color of the famed sneaker every day.
Wednesday, December 5
FJ Company recently launched the G40 program which lets you pick from three base trim levels to customize yourself with an all-new online configurator.
Buffalo Trace's revamped line is all about fiddling with one thing: barrels.
Want to impress your riding buddies? Introduce them to this boutique English cycling brand (it isn't Rapha).
It's way smaller than the wall adapter that comes with your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.
The 2019 Triumph Speed Twin cherry picks the best parts from the brand's modern classic line to build what looks like one hell of a motorcycle.
Available in black Italian pebbled leather and smooth Horween Redwood Essex leather.
Thursday, December 6
Winter temperatures haven't dropped to their lowest yet, but Rapha just released the perfect warm-weather cycling jersey anyway.
Field Company's founders are new cast-iron skillet makers with a knack for making old cast-iron skillets.
With prices under $150.
Mission Workshop does it again with a multi-use and high-performance product.
One of America's most well-known bourbons gets a bit more mature for the holidays.
Friday, December 7
Gateway Bronco officially signed a licensing deal with Ford for its restored and modified builds of 1966 and 1977 Broncos. Support like this, from a big manufacturer, is tough to come by, which is why...
If you've ever wondered what professional IKEA hacking looks like, this is it.