July 8 - 12, 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 email@example.com.
Monday, July 8
The Cadillac CTS-V wagon is one of the most lusted-after American performance cars of the last 40 years, especially in stick shift form. And now, a rare low-mileage one has come up for auction.
Miir's new Pourigami system is ultralight, camp-friendly and charmingly simple.
Made with durable canvas straps and an Air Cushion midsole.
The "IT'S OK" cassette player is bringing tapes into 2019 with everything your old Walkman could do, plus Bluetooth.
Tuesday, July 9
Boasting breathable fabrics and sustainable materials, these ambitious products won over judges at Europe's biggest outdoor trade show.
Customizers MAD Paris have extensively modified this Daytona with an all-black coating and black sapphires for a totally unique Rolex.
The just-dropped redesign of the brand's flagship downhill mountain bike is focused on one thing: speed.
Unimatic has partnered with Japanese retailer Biotop for a slick limited edition of its first model, the Modelo Uno.
Palermo Prints is making screen-printed cotton shirts with designs inspired by the Argentinian landscape.
Going to Italy? Now you can snag an electrified vintage Fiat 500 Jolly for all your motoring fun, thanks to Hertz.
Finally, you can watch Prime Video on your Chromecast and YouTube on your Fire TV.
Uniqlo and Engineered Garments have joined forces to give us the perfect polo shirts for a long, hot summer.
Vaer's first foray into automatic watches is thorough and comprehensive, allowing you to choose from myriad different models.
Wednesday, July 10
The X7 Pick-up, made just for BMW Motorrad Days, may not be coming to showrooms—but that doesn't stop us from wanting one in our driveway.
The Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller and cheaper version of the original Nintendo Switch. Its arrival could actually make a strong case for buying Nintendo's older console.
You could wait for the all-new Bronco to arrive next year. Or you could grab this perfect 1975 one right now.
Carbon steel is cast iron's lighter, tougher younger sibling.
The EXP 100 GT is an all-electric, self-driving luxury car designed to coddle its occupants in sustainable luxury. It's also an AWD speed machine with as much torque as a Bugatti Veyron.
A chambered Telecaster with a ShawBucker 1T humbucking pickup in the neck position.
Mountain climbing gear company Bight is using graphene to make a baselayer that performs in the highest places on Earth.
Citizen has released two new robust and affordable dive watches to mark 50 years of presence in Europe, both featuring automatic movements.
Thursday, July 11
This year for Amazon Prime Day there's a change: it will be a full 48 hours from July 15-16. Get the lowdown on all the best Prime Day deals here.
The latest bottle of E.H. Taylor is made using a grain no other whiskey maker has tried before.
The Chris Reeve Knives Sebenza has been a favorite among knife enthusiasts for decades.
The third of five planned limited editions commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Calibre 11 celebrates the '90s.
BMW's M division might be willing to slide its new 503-hp inline-six into the new Supra. If Toyota decides to ask.
Because you might as well use your nice noise-cancelling headphones to watch those in-flight movies, right?
Australian motorcycle and lifestyle brand Deus Ex Machina is diving into the sunglasses world with two new styles of shades designed for riding.
Panerai announces four new Radiomir references with hefty specs, a range of complications, and matte green dials.
Nike updates the Vaporfly 4% running shoe with the NEXT%, a sneaker that's meant to help runners hit new records.
Friday, July 12
It may not look pretty, and the mileage may be high, but this Land Cruiser still has everything needed to make your overlanding dreams come true.
Pro Hunter's DLC-coated Rolexes bring back the look of the military Submariners while adding a unique flair and modern specs.
Detroit-based Floyd Home's new shelves were designed to be used forever.
Left Field NYC and Triumph Brooklyn have teamed up to produce an array of classic motorcycling-inspired clothes made right here in the USA.
The Voyager, a new electric kettle that appeared recently on Kickstarter, promises to save coffee lovers space on the road.
When athletes sign contracts with big name brands, it can be hard for them to keep drinking this product, but an unbranded version aims to solve that conundrum.