May 15, 2019
Today In Gear: Monta’s Oceanking Dive Watch, the World’s Best New Rye Whiskey & More
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Classic dive watches from the 1950s and 1960s are still the mark by which all others are judged. They were supreme tool watches with crisp styling, mounted on sturdy bracelets that could stand up to everyday use. This is the ideal MONTA’s Oceanking is built after, except with some key comfort and technical updates that help set it apart in a sea of dive watches.
Firstly, the steel bracelet consists of curved and fully articulating links that wrap around the wrist for a more comfortable fit. This is further enhanced by a proprietary quick-adjust clasp and is capped off nicely with a beveled edge on every outer link. Utility is elevated in the Oceanking with Swiss-made fully luminescent hands, indices and ceramic bezel to provide legibility in any conditions. And at 40.7mm in diameter, its case proportions hit the sweet spot for a versatile modern dive watch.
New & Noteworthy Releases
San Francisco World Spirits Competition's pick for best rye whiskey gets re-released just in time for Father's Day.
You can now get the Nike Killshot 2 sneaker in either blue or sail green.
Since 2009, State Bicycles has been making beautiful commuter-specific bikes. This new geared model is ideal for the road.
Get prepared for the muggy months with these incredibly lightweight travel pants from one of our favorite brands.
With a comfortable interior made for long journeys, more luggage space than a Honda Accord, and a 612-horsepower engine, the new McLaren GT is ready for that epic cross-country drive you've always dreamed of doing....
The DJI Osmo Action takes the company's expertise in action videography in a smart new direction.
There's a reason an entire industry revolves around gear designed to keep motorcycle riders protected head to toe.
You might not recognize the Wilderness Experience name, but its classic Klettersack has often been imitated — and now the original is coming back.
Smith Sunglasses Sale
Save 60%:If you’re in the market for a new pair of sunglasses, today is the day to add one to your cart. Right now, over 30 different styles are on sale for up to 60 percent off at Backcountry.com. Whether you bike, run, CrossFit or weightlift outdoors, the megol nose pads on these lightweight frames mean your sunglasses aren’t going anywhere — even if it’s 100 degrees. Smith’s ChromaPop lenses sharpen your vision so you can catch every rock, bump and divet in the trail ahead. We picked out a few options below, but recommend you head to the site to check out the plethora of options to find the perfect shape for your face. — Meg Lappe
End Clothing Sale on Adidas Sneakers
Save up to 50%: Whenever End Clothing has a big sale event, you’re sure to find piles of good stuff for extremely reasonable prices. And this time around, some of the best items we’ve found on the site’s mid-season sale happen to be great sneakers from Adidas. Be sure to check out the entire sale event if you’re looking to freshen up your warm-weather wardrobe or score off-season winter garb at clearance prices, but if you’re specifically in the market for new kicks, we recommend starting with these.
— Andy Frakes
Cotopaxi Fuego LT Down jacket
Save 50%: It might seem imprudent, foolhardy or even irresponsible to buy a down jacket when we’re a mere month away from the summer solstice — your cash is better spent on a bathing suit or a new hiking pack, right? Most will agree here, and both brands and retailers respond with discounts to move their insulating layers off the shelves. Cotopaxi is doing just that; it’s lightweight Fuego Down Jacket is currently 50 percent off, along with other items like windbreakers and fleeces.
Cotopaxi made the jacket with premium 950-fill water-resistant down that provides excellent warmth but is still slim and packable. The designers also included a touch of Polartec’s breathable synthetic Alpha insulation underneath the arms, and it has two interior and two exterior pockets. As far as down jackets go its regular price of $230 makes it notably affordable, but at $115, it’s the cheapest you’re likely to see a coat of this quality. For those with an adequate balance of foresight and patience, this deal is one not to miss. Plus, there are plenty of uses for down jackets in the summer too: hikes to higher elevations, chilly mornings and evenings and trips to the Southern Hemisphere are just a few. — Tanner Bowden
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