April 29-May 3, 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.
Monday, April 29
Osprey used key attributes from its award-winning hiking packs to create new hydration bags for mountain biking.
DSPTCH just revamped its line of camera straps with four totally new options.
Magic Spoon is a high-protein, low-carb cereal that won't send you on a guilt trip.
This masculine new dive watch from Mühle-Glashütte is dark and serious, with tough German tool watch-cred to back up its mean looks.
Tuesday, April 30
The Oculus Quest is a portable VR headset that delivers Rift-like experiences.
Yeti's newest product is an overbuilt and nearly indestructible storage container.
A government filing reveals Toyota is indeed planning to bring the turbo four-powered Supra to American shores alongside its six-cylinder sibling.
Your hardshell tent can now match your house, Jeep, motorcycle or whatever you want.
The new Mido Multifort Patrimony collection combines retro looks and a 80-hour power-reserve automatic movement.
Unimaitc, makers of some of our favorite minimalist dive watches, worked with with Mihara Yasuhiro on a stonewashed blue version of the U1.
Horween leather, Goodyear-welt construction, horsehide linings and Vibram soles.
With almost 750,000 development miles under the SUV's belt, Land Rover is preparing the new Defender for new challenges—and giving us our best look yet at its design.
Wednesday, May 1
Swedish company åäö recently revealed a pair of shorts that are wildly versatile yet good-looking enough to get away with every day.
Victorinox's ultra tough new INOX watch is built with a lightweight carbon case and color highlights for maximum visibility.
Right now, over on Japanese Classics, there's a mint condition 1993 Subaru WRX GC8 for sale and it's wildly affordable at just $12,995.
Garmin updates the Forerunner 45, 45S, 245, 245 Music and 945 with all new stats, Spotify integration and more to help you become a better athlete.
Thursday, May 2
Quiet Carry, a brand we love for its key-sized EDC tools, recently revealed its first fixed-blade pocket knife, The Current.
Bulgari's flaghsip model is incredibly thin and modern, and new versions in black ceramic only add to its appeal.
Danner launches a 3D knitted sneaker perfect for the urban explorer.
The MkI Camper Aluminum gets a special treatment in this collaboration between Timex and Mr Porter, and of course, it's perfectly affordable.
Between its gorgeous red paint, its six-speed manual gearbox, and a handful of very subtle modifications, it's hard to imagine a better Supra of this generation for your driveway.
Friday, May 3
Wahoo Fitness's new Elemnt Roam cycling computer integrates new navigational features aimed at helping you explore new roads.
The Wyze Sense is the cheapest DIY smart home security system you can buy.
Volkswagen’s iconic hatchback gets an extra month to debug its array of new “connectivity” software.
From the company that made the transport cases for getting lunar samples back to Earth with Apollo 11.
It can charge up to three devices simultaneous, including your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.
This FJ40 is clean and spectacular. Whoever buys it will have the best-looking beach cruiser on Nantucket, full-stop.
This may be Hoka One One's fastest shoe yet.