January 22-25, 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.
Tuesday, January 22
Turbocharged four-cylinders work great in smaller cars. But, they still have to work to push a full-sized truck at speed.
Off White's capsule collection for Mr Porter, entitled "Modern Office", is filled with clothes that'll make you the coolest guy at work.
Closed-cell sleeping pads are traditionally bulkier and less comfortable, but Nemo Equipment's new mattress addresses those issues head-on.
Keychron's extra-skinny wireless keyboard was a huge Kickstarter success. Now you can actually buy one.
Long marketed by NOMOS as the gift watch for new graduates or rising young professionals, the brand's automatic Club Campus watch is finally available on a gorgeously minimal OEM steel bracelet.
Moto Guzzi finally announced pricing and arrival date for its all-new retro-styled V85 TT adventure motorcycle.
Wednesday, January 23
Knifemakers from around the world just revealed all of the new designs they plan to release in 2019.
The Seiko 5 has been an inexpensive watch line for decades — now it's being reimagined with an inner rotating bezel and dual crowns.
Subaru just won Kelley Blue Book’s 2019 Best Resale Value award for the Crosstrek, Legacy, and Outback.
Ralph Lauren is bringing the DuPont technology that warmed Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics to a limited-edition winter parka.
Photos of the Triumph Thruxton R TFC leaked late last year, but now we have detailed drool-inducing photos to go along with the bike's official performance numbers.
Thursday, January 24
The last few years saw Bell & Ross expand its watch offerings with round case shapes, but the Bi-Compass takes us back to the beginning.
The new car market is packed with choices this year, but KBB.com's list of best cars to buy in 2019 should help the decision process.
Milo made one of our favorite cooking products of 2018, and its first new product of 2019 looks to follow suit.
Thought the 2019 Ranger is the smallest truck Ford wants to build? Think again. Ford confirmed an even smaller, more affordable pickup is on the way.
Friday, January 25
Knifemakers just revealed their new blades for 2019, and a handful of the most compelling models are super-small.
As winter dwindles on and the itch for a warm-weather trip develops, this 44-liter pack is your new go-to.