May 23, 2019
Today In Gear: Yeti’s Adventure-Ready Cooler, Honda’s Insane Civic Type R & More
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YETI is renowned for making some of the most capable outdoor coolers out there. And the YETI Tundra is one of the brand’s flagship coolers, thanks to indestructible details like extra-thick walls for unmatched ice retention, the NeverFail hinge system and a ColdLock gasket that circles the entire length of the lid to lock in cold. So YETI did what it always does and made its esteemed cooler even better. Adding sturdy solid wheels and a burly handle to help it cover any kind of terrain right alongside you, the result is the YETI Tundra Haul.
The Tundra Haul is built with a taller (19 1/2″) cube-shaped design, the right size and shape to help transport your cold food and drinks wherever you go — including rocky terrain or any trail you end up going down. YETI’s signature toughness and insulation power give the Tundra Haul the ability to keep 45 cans of beer (ice included) frosty all day long during any outing, ensuring your outdoor food and drink needs this summer are more than covered.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Fujifilm just released the highest resolution medium-format mirrorless camera you can buy: the GFX100.
The Spezialist SeaQ vintage-inspired dive watch is the first in a new family of sport watches from respected German brand Glashütte Original.
You're practically guaranteed to run faster in these kits honoring the prestigious Penn Relays races.
Not only is the Civic Type OveRland Concept road-legal but if you ask nicely enough Ralph Hosier Engineering said it will build you one.
Alpina's latest addition to its Alpiner watch collection is the most affordable yet, and is perfectly at home in the outdoors or at the office.
The IIHS has bestowed the honored title of "Top Safety Pick+" on Subaru's hot compact. Only issue is, the safest version is the one you probably want the least.
Au Sabot L’Armor Mariner’s Knife
Save 40%: There’s a reason why knife blades come in various shapes — intended use is the primary one. Take Au Sabot’s L’Armor, a folding pocket knife with a somewhat blunted tip, for example. That shape is called a Sheepsfoot, not only because it resembles, in a way, an ovine hoof, but also because it’s a shape that has historically been used for farm work.
Au Sabot’s sheepsfoot knife references sailors though, not shepherds — specifically, 19th Century sailors embarking from England with a similar looking tool called The London. Characterized by a straight cutting edge and a spine that curves down to meet it at the point, sheepsfoot blades were ideal for seamen because the wide angle of the point helps prevent accidental puncture while, say, working on rigging while floating on an undulating ocean. The flat edge is ideal for slicing and straightforward cutting tasks. Sheepsfoot knives are practical by design, a fact that hasn’t changed in over two hundred years — today, the shape is often favored by emergency response teams.
Au Sabot’s L’Armor pocket knife still has that function at its heart, but it adds an appropriate amount of flair too. The four-inch blade is made of Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel, a well-rounded Swedish steel known for its hardness and toughness (it’s often used to make ice skate blades) and is available with handles made of palo santo, olive or horn. All three are currently available at Huckberry for 40 percent off (part of the discount applies after you drop it in your cart). — Tanner Bowden
Timex Expedition Scout Field Watch
This particular iteration of the Timex Expedition Scout field watch features a modern 40mm brass case, a 20mm lug width for use with a variety of aftermarket straps, and INDIGLO lighting (push the crown in and the dial lights up). For $30, this is the perfect beater watch for hiking, climbing and more. — Oren Hartov
Everlane’s “Pay What You Want” Sale
Save up to 30%: Thanks to one of Everlane’s “pay what you want” sales, you can save 30 percent on a range of warm-weather essentials you’ll need as temperatures climb. The sale also includes a healthy selection of fall and winter necessities like fleeces, sweaters, parkas and jackets at reduced prices — perfect if you want to get ahead of the seasonal shopping curve. — Andy Frakes
Suunto Watches Memorial Day Sale
Save $60:If you’re looking for a tracker that will log your every step, lap and CrossFit move, look no further than the Suunto 3 Fitness, which is currently $60 off. I tested the watch last year and loved how it monitored my bike commuting minutes, running and hiking miles — even open mile swim. With over 70 sports to choose from, this tracker will log every single one.
If that’s not quite the right device for you, the newest model is the Suunto 5 ($329) with over 80 sport modes, adaptive training (that changes based on your past workouts) and stress tracking.
However, The Suunto 3 Fitness isn’t the only watch on sale today at Clever Training. A few other standouts include the Suunto 9 G1 Baro GPS (great for hiking and backcountry riding), the Suunto Spartan Trainer (ideal for triathletes). Shop the rest of the deal here. — Meg Lappe
Bulova Chronograph C
Save 62%: With an unbeatable style and colorful red-white-and-blue dial, this funky chronograph features Bulova’s High Performance Quartz movement and premium materials like domed sapphire crystal. It also hints at the brand’s roots as an American company that was prolific in the era from which this watch takes its inspiration (’60s-’70s). At 62% off its retail price of $750, it’s also a steal right now on Amazon for just $285. — Zen Love
Iron and Resin Sale
Save up to 75%: Born out of the need for more handmade goods to support the founders’ surf- and motorcycle-centric lifestyles, Iron and Resin apparel is made for and by people who embrace the worlds of the sea and the street. From the waxed canvas jackets, worker pants and riding gloves to the fleece hoodies and board shorts, there’s no mistaking Iron and Resin’s natural California style and timeless appeal. For today through to Memorial Day, select apparel is on sale up to 75% off, so now’s the time to stock up for the seasons ahead. — Bryan Campbell
Sonos Certified Refurbished Speakers, Soundbars and Sub
Save up to $150: If you’re in the market for a Sonos speaker, the company is having a big certified refurbished sale. You can get a pretty great deal on three speakers: the Play:1, Play:5 and One. Or you can save big on the Playbar (soundbar) and Sub (wireless subwoofer). The only Sonos speakers that you won’t be able to find a deal on are the Beam (smart soundbar) and Playbase (sound base).
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