June 18, 2019
Today In Gear: The Atlas GMT from Monta, a Superior Headlamp & More
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Monta’s new Atlas GMT is everything you could want from a sporty and elegant tool watch. Designed for the modern gentleman who wants to track multiple time zones, the Atlas GMT hand is ideal for travel or staying in synch with clients or colleagues who work in a different part of the world. This watch stands out with a proportionally-balanced 38.5mm case, that’s just 10.2 mm thick, coupled with 150 meters of water resistance and a mix of brushed, polished and sand-blasted case surfaces. The Atlas is a timepiece that can look sharp in any environment, pairing with your swimsuit just as easily as your boardroom suit. Three different dial options — Charcoal, Opalin Silver and Blue — means you’ll be able to find an option that works for you. You can pre-order the Atlas from Monta before its release in August and save a significant amount off the watch’s final retail pricing, with a pre-order price of $1,615.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Enter below by July 7th for your chance to win over $1,300 in gear from Gear Patrol, AutoCamp, Fat Tire, The James Brand and Topo Designs.
Having perfected its heat molding customization process on hiking footwear, Tecnica is using it to make a trail running shoe.
Due to no fault of Baker Beam, no one knows a lick about his bourbon. Starting now, everybody will.
Yakima's newest roof rack means you can take all your bikes, tents and boards to the mountain.
Monochrome your home's sound system with these classic speakers.
The Knog Bandicoot is a unique headlamp that should last for an entire half marathon.
The 718 Boxster Spyder and 718 Cayman GT4 mark a return to six-cylinder power for Porsche's mid-engined sports car. They look spectacular, too.
This practical survival kit gets an upgrade and now keeps two people safe.
The smart keyboard from Roli, makers of the Seaboard, can teach you how to play piano with Guitar Hero-style visuals.
Nemo Equipment introduces an innovative set of ultralight tent stakes to improve camping in a small yet impactful way.
Dainese's new Smart Jacket is actually a vest that goes under your protective gear, but don't let the name fool you: It's still every bit a smart piece of life-saving gear.
The military has employed this handy product since 2006. Now we are too.
Save Up to 30%: The best glass to sip whiskey out of is a debate for another time. Today, Huckberry marked down its collection of whiskey glasses and paraphernalia by up to 30 percent.
The for-sale lot includes Mazama Wares handmade glassware, Terrane’s Oklahoma rocks glass (a snifter from the same brand, too), Whiskey Peaks rocks glasses and more. Just don’t buy the whiskey stones. — Will Price
Fender Custom Shop Joe Bonamassa Collector Series Telecaster
Save 25%: Joe Bonamassa knows a thing or two about vintage Fender guitars. The legendary blues-rock guitarist is a prolific collector and has an epic stockpile of 260 vintage guitars (‘50s and ‘60s Fenders and Gibsons make up a bulk of it). So when Fender’s Custom Shop set out to build an instrument inspired by the guitarist’s much-loved 1955 Telecaster, they had their work cut out for them.
Limited to just 40 instruments which are exclusively carried at Guitar Center, this model is geared towards serious players or avid collectors. And while normal Custom Shop prices can be hard for some to swallow, this guitar is now 25 percent off. That means you can save $1,151 on this ridiculously nice guitar and take it home for just under $3,500. For a person obsessed with the details, this is a deal worth acting on. — John Zientek
Jabra Elite 85h Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $50: The Jabra Elite 85h are new noise-canceling headphones that were announced this year at CES and were only just released this past April. At launch they were $300, however, it looks like you can already get them for $50 off at Best Buy right now. By all accounts, the Jabra Elite 85h are pretty excellent noise-canceling headphones. Android Police‘s David Ruddock said they were the “best choice in ANC headphones right now,” while Billy Steele at Engadget said that the two closest competitors to the Elite 85h are the two best noise-canceling headphones, the Bose QC35 II and the Sony WH-1000XM3.
Levi’s End of Season Sale
Save 50%: If you’ve been waiting for a chance to stock up on some solid wardrobe basics, head over to Levi’s today. Currently, you can save 50 percent on a huge range of clothing at the End of Season Sale. Choose from jeans, jackets, tees and more — the prices are hard to beat. — John Zientek
Adidas Duramo Slides
Save 50%: Now at Adidas, you can score a pair of Duramo Slides for 50 percent off. That means you can pick up a pair of essential everyday sandals for just $10. They’re made from a single-piece molded EVA upper, have a textured footbed and an EVA outsole. So if you need something new for the gym or just an easy pair of summer slides, don’t miss out on this sale. — John Zientek
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