June 10 - 14, 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, June 10
This well-traveled, affordable off-roader is the sort of overlanding rig you won't mind putting a few more hard miles on.
At this year's E3 conference, Microsoft promised its next Xbox is coming in 2020 with support for 8K video and more.
Coming in at $125, the new Woolaroo surf shorts combine everything great about merino wool with the best traits of technical trunks.
Emery Motorsports's 1960 Porsche 356 RSR blends two donor cars and a twin-turbo engine into a terrifying—and tasty—lightweight creation.
The final addition to the Oris Ocean Trilogy is a dive watch made in partnership with the Whale & Dolphin Conservation charity.
Tuesday, June 11
Even a bone-stock Trail Head trailer from Three Feathers Manufacturing will let you make camp in the comparative lap of luxury.
Every year, the end of the summer marks bourbon hunting season. Old Forester's Birthday Bourbon release marks is opening day.
Evoc, the sport-oriented German bag maker, just revealed a new outdoor photography bag (and it isn't a backpack).
Cambridge Audio just announced its first pair of true wireless headphones, the Melomania 1, and they have a 45-hour battery life.
This Ikea furniture breaks down on purpose.
Isaac Morton made his Charleston-made cast-iron skillets more modern, and it's pretty great.
The new Mercedes-Benz GLB may be a small SUV, but with available seating for seven and an off-road package, it punches well above its curb weight.
Wednesday, June 12
The first step to making a pocket knife last long enough to become a family heirloom is to keep its blade sharp.
Les Artisans de Genève have collaborated with F1 driver Rubens Barrichello to create a Rolex Daytona watch like you've never seen before.
It doesn't take much to get a WRX closer to the STI experience, and this modified Impreza wagon is a perfect example.
Four stunning new Hi-Beat and Spring Drive Grand Seiko watches poetically interpret the Japanese seasons with interesting dial executions.
Porsche's new Second Skin program lets buyers slap custom designs inspired by racing liveries (or pretty much anything else) on their new sports cars.
It's called the RoboMaster S1 and it's DJI's first ground-based robot.
Thursday, June 13
The BMW 330 ZHP comes with less power than the M3, softer suspension, but also a lower price. In other words, the ZHP is the one you want.
Why did Google show us a photo of the Pixel 4 months before its expected announcement?
The Nightsword gaming mouse can calculate its own center of gravity and lets you tweak it using two sets of weights and six places to mount them.
GrowlerWerks makes some of the best pressurized growlers money can buy — and for Father's Day, they're even more affordable than usual.
From planning to packing, Airbnb will handle everything you need to travel.
Ducati just confirmed the 2020 Street Fighter will get power from the new 1,100cc V4 from the MotoGP-inspired Panigale.
From the house of Eames, Nelson, Noguchi and more, a coffee table book you'll actually read.
A wood scraper, oil eye dropper and a chainmail scrubber – all your cast-iron skillet truly needs.
The new Zenith El Primero A384 Revival watch faithfully recreates the 1969 classic to celebrate the iconic chronograph's birthday.
Friday, June 14
The first-generation SVT Lightning defined the muscle truck for an entire generation. And now you can snap a beautiful example up to park in your driveway.
Drybags are usually too technical for everyday use. Not this one.
Filson has been outfitting generations of outdoor enthusiasts, and no summer adventure would be complete without a bit of Filson kit.
The Steelcase Flex Mobile Power is a portable charging station for the modern open office space.
A Boston-based company worked with an MIT engineer to make canned iced coffee isn't awful.
Join Gear Patrol for In the Field: Run at JackRabbit Brooklyn, a two-mile run through Park Slope and the surrounding area.
This young microbrand is giving vintage chronograph fans just about everything they want with this affordable, 38mm classic-feeling watch.
Millions of cars are coming off three-year leases these days, making it a great time to pick up a lightly-used ride. These 10 vehicles, however, offer the best bang for your buck in the under-$20K...
When your running gear looks this good, it begs for an outdoor adventure weekend.