January 14-18, 2019
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.
This week, the Palexpo facility in Geneva, Switzerland, will become the center of the watch world for the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, or SIHH, a luxury watch show rivaled only by BaselWorld in...
The simple philosophy behind the S209 over the standard models is more power, less weight and more downforce.
With a supercharged 5.2L V8 that will generate more than 700hp, the Shelby GT500 is the most powerful street-legal Mustang ever.
This ultra-slim pocketknife from Spyderco is discreet and perfect for chopping up your lunch.
The Passat is much less powerful than the Audi A6, but it looks vaguely similar and costs half as much.
It felt like this day would never come. Toyota officially unveiled the all-new 2020 Supra at the North American International Auto Show.
West Elm's Water Street collection is the affordable and good-looking version of everything you need in your bathroom.
There’s no doubting the Cadillac brand’s historic resonance. But, there’s an open question whether the Cadillac brand serves as a buoy or a millstone for GM.
The unofficial theme at this year's North American International Auto Show is "kickass."
Looking for true wireless earbuds to workout in? Save big on these.
Slim proportions and a pink gold-toned dial make this iteration of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak "Jumbo" Extra-Thin an instant hit.
This invisible laptop stand is perfect for anybody who works from at a portable workstation.
Whether it's raining or snowing outside, these earbuds will help you power through your next workout.
Breitling's new chronograph is an officially licensed dedication to one of the giants of mid-century commercial air travel.
From Montblanc to Audemars Piguet to A. Lange & Söhne, a lot of watch brands are thinking pink.
It also works with drones, action cameras and DSLR cameras.
If you want to spare no expense and pore over every detail of your vintage baby on a daily basis, Formawerx keys are worth a look.
Starting the new year on a high note, Nike announced the follow-up to its groundbreaking, self-lacing shoe. The Adapt BB is novel and impressive but it's not the end of shoes as we know them.
Available in April, it's almost definitely going to be one of the most accessible bottles of Suntory we've ever seen.
Krudo Knives' newest folding pocket knife has many of the features of a typical blade, but doesn't look like one.
Limited-edition kicks from Nike, Adidas and Puma make up the list, with prices topping out at $4,393.
If you know Greubel Forsey, you know the brand makes pretty big watches. The new Balancier Contemporain is its first piece under 40mm.
Lexus's radical lighting paired with the crowd-favorite coupe design language bodes very well for the drop top halo car hitting roads soon.
Good news: Old Forester is releasing a rye that's going to be affordable and available.
Artificial intelligence, live streaming and 4K video are pretty standard features in smartphone cameras nowadays — and now they're coming to binoculars.
In the newly revised second edition of Simple Fly Fishing, Patagonia's founder argues that fishing with less is better.
The North Face Purple Label is a highly sought-after streetwear brand that, until now, has only been available in Japan.
The ERA Prometheus watch is an impressive tourbillon timepiece that retails for under $1,500, meaning nearly anyone can afford it.
The next generation BMW M3 is on its way and with a new, more affordable, no-frills, manual-only trim as well. It's about time.
The new iteration of Nike's Epic React Flyknit, the running shoe that debuted its high-end foam, was just revealed. Here's how to get it.
A 1950s style jeans made with Japanese denim.
The idea behind Trade's new coffee subscription is that good coffee can, and should, be for everyone.