December 17-21, 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 17
The Brits just slapped the ridiculous price tag on the two Scambler models — $14,000 for the Scrambler 1200 XC and $15,400 for the more hardcore XE.
It took over six hours to hand-craft a single dial for the new limited-edition run of Pelton's Sector Nickel Silver LE.
Kelly Dachtler is fed up with the way the footwear industry works, so he's laying his own tracks with his new brand, OB/VS.
Tuesday, December 18
Regardless of type – street, pure dirt or adventure – the total number of middleweight motorcycle choices is set to skyrocket over the next few years.
Like merino wool, alpaca fiber is warm, doesn't stink, and manages moisture.
Sometimes a great product is one that makes the boring parts of your day go by a little more smoothly.
These turntables are designed to make your current records sound even better.
Wednesday, December 19
Porsche just took its entry-level mid-engine sports car and gave it the 'Touring' treatment.
These blacked out Hoka One One boots deserve a spot in everyone's closet.
Satechi is calling this stand the "perfect 2-in-1 solution" that both adds ports and elevates your desktop workstation.
The Tailwind OG popped back up in October, and this month they're back in two new colors.
Thursday, December 20
Volkswagen hints at bringing back the Beach Buggy, this time as an all-electric vehicle, and it couldn't be more perfectly timed.
These gym-specific sneakers are the ideal new shoe for 2019 fitness endeavors.
Friday, December 21
One of the best chef's in the world launched a new line of things to cook with, including a charcoal grill that lights itself.
Isadore is a boutique cycling apparel company that was founded by two former World Tour riders, Martin and Peter Velits.
Roughout leather gloves or mittens, mil-spec liners, Sno-Seal and more.