April 8, 2019
Today in Gear: Zero Tolerance’s Smallest Pocket Knife Ever, the Most Hyped Bourbon on the Market & More
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Creating a pocket knife that offers enough utility and ingenuity in a tiny package is no easy task, but that’s exactly what ZT did with the 0022. It’s the brand’s smallest knife ever, but don’t let that stat fool you — it still packs a punch.
The 0022 was designed by Tim Galyean, and features a 1.8-inch blade made of CPM 20CV steel for superior hardness, corrosion resistance and excellent edge retention. The handle is made of a carbon fiber front scale and a stonewashed titanium back. Even though it’s small, the 0022 is designed for hand comfort with deep finger contours to ensure a good grip. ZT’s smooth KVT ball-bearing opening makes it quick and easy to open and close as well. Don’t underestimate the abilities of this small pocket knife.
New & Noteworthy Releases
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Timex Allied 40mm Field Watch
Save 50%: Having made numerous field watches in the 1980s, it isn’t surprising that Timex has called upon these original pieces in designing many of its modern offerings. The Allied 40mm is one such watch — at 40mm wide with 50m of water resistance, the Allied features a quartz movement, a QuickDate® function, an Indiglo light-up dial, a mineral crystal, and an adjustable stainless steel bracelet for just $60. — Oren Hartov
Allen Edmonds Shoes and Boots
Save up to $175:At the Allen Edmonds Anniversary Sale, you can save up to $175 on a wide range of shoes and boots. Take advantage of savings on styles that are rarely discounted, including the Fifth Avenue Cap Toe, the Park Avenue Cap Toe and the McAllister Wingtip. Made in Port Washington, Wisconsin, these shoes are the standard which all other American dress shoes are measured. If you see a style you like, act fast — this sale won’t last long. — John Zientek
Reigning Champ Polo Shirts
Save up to 40%:If you’ve been meaning to update your wardrobe, let the balmy spring weather inform your next purchase. Invest in a warm-weather staple like a good t-shirt or quality polo shirt. For those in search of a good deal, East Dane is currently offering steep discounts on classic polo shirts from Reigning Champ. Available in both white and navy, the Canadian-made style features a three-button collar and traditional piqué-knit cotton fabric. And, it’s now up to 40 percent off while supplies last, so act fast. — John Zientek
Bonavita 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Brewer
Save $70: Dollar for dollar, Bonavita’s dead simple 8-cup coffee brewer is the best home coffee brewer you can buy. It brews to the exacting standards of the Specialty Coffee Association’s Certified Home Brewer Program, coffee’s most important home brewer quality assurance group, and is significantly less expensive than the other SCA-recommended coffee pots on the list. It comes with a solid two-year warranty and sports an optional pre-infusion mode and it’s made by a company that exclusively designs coffee gear. Today, it’s marked down below $100. Don’t forget the coffee. — Will Price
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