March 11-15, 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 email@example.com.
Monday, March 11
For those of us who don't have one million dollars for an original production Shelby Cobra 427, the Superformance MkIII Cobra is a perfect substitute.
Awayco is a membership-based gear reservation program that lets adventurous travelers go from A to B without loads of luggage.
Compression socks can help you recover after long runs as well as after a grueling flight. These new ones from CEP are top-notch.
TAG Heuer looked to the past to revive the iconic Autavia line, and the 1972 Special Re-Edition Autavia balances the past and the future.
An engineer boot made with undyed vegetable-tanned leather.
The new limited-edition Oris Divers Sixty-Five Honey watch combines a winning retro dive watch design with a unique dial color.
Tuesday, March 12
The Husqvarna Svartpilen and Vitpilen 401 street bikes will have beginner-friendly clutch kits available to help keep riders from stalling out.
When Toyota delivered scores of Supras to Gazoo Racing, the engineers got to work making that GT4 vision become a reality.
Show off your desktop or laptop in style. And keep your workstation more organized.
Built from cork, The Warbler deserves a spot in your living room.
The North Face just released a new line of backpacks that use DynoCarry, an easy bag adjustment system that makes hiking more comfortable.
It might live in the shadows of the E30 and E46, but the BMW E36 M3's lack of popularity is what makes this 1996 M3 a performance bargain.
Heritage fabric from Halley Stevensons.
Wednesday, March 13
If you don't want to spend $60,000 on a German sports car, the 2002 Toyota MR2 is a great Japanese substitute, at almost one-tenth the cost.
Flashlight-maker Muyshondt collaborates with watch enthusiast group RedBar on an ultraviolet pocket flashlight made especially for watches.
Three styles made with C.F. Stead leathers.
A new company promising performance-based baby gear released a highly functional, minimalist baby stroller.
The Slim d'Hermès Titane features a smoky grey dial, a titanium case and an ultra-thin movement.
Kuat's newest roof racks are a breeze to install and make getting out on the river seamless.
If Mazda doesn't seize this as an opportunity to revive the RX-7 or bring the RX Vision to life, they're already admitting defeat.
The popular outdoor tech and smartwatch brand is getting into the world of luxury watchmaking. Will it work?
Thursday, March 14
Lodge's Chef Collection is a slightly pricier but all-around better version of its of cast-iron cookware offerings.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear's newest ultralight tent takes cues from the shelters that less weight-conscious campers like best.
The Shelby GT500 is always one of the most anticipated iterations of every Ford Mustang and the 2020 GT500 is no different.
Saysky, Soar and Tracksmtih all launched new spring running gear just in time for the weather to warm up.
Friday, March 15
A collaboration between Reproduction of Found and Lady White Co.
In reality, Bond driving an EV is fitting, natural, and the right thing to do.
Traeger's new grills and grill technology are further proof that wood pellet grilling is the furthest thing from a fad.
Thirty-day free trial periods pertain to Casper mattresses and Spotify Premium, but gym shorts? Ten Thousand is confident enough to try it.
A stainless steel straw is one way to keep plastic out of our waterways.
Rado has introduced a new version of its popular 37mm retro-styled dive watch that's sure to please vintage fans.
Last night, after a meandering speech and brief company history lecture, Elon Musk finally delivered the Tesla Model Y.