September 2 - 6, 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, September 2
Tuesday, September 3
Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) are like the Academy Awards of the watch world and include 84 watches up for 18 prizes.
The NPS just announced its official policy on the matter — here are the highlights.
The Wrangler Willys offers a spectacular combination of off-road features at a great price—and it's back for the 2020 model year for the first time on the latest model.
A blend of some of the oldest Four Roses bourbon ever bottled.
The Bugatti Chiron has become the first car to break the 300-mile-per-hour barrier. But does it count if it's not production-spec?
Evergoods recently revealed the Civic Half Zip 22L, its take on the classic single-compartment everyday backpack.
Wednesday, September 4
MVMT teamed up with digital artist Jeff Cole on a special collaboration watch, limited to 500 pieces.
Roku just announced its first-ever soundbar and wireless subwoofer.
The MX Master 3 mouse will ruin you for other scroll wheels forever.
The "Corne de vache" chronograph from Vacheron Constantin is available for the first time in serial production in stainless steel.
Zoma is a performance-enhancing sleep system with years of research, design, and testing in the books.
The Himalaya Spectre is a V8-powered crew cab truck worthy of a secret agent's love.
Jeep's new engine option for the Wrangler will help it go harder and longer when it leaves the pavement.
Pivot's newest bike, the Phoenix 29, shines on downhills and all over the bike park.
The first addition to Ardbeg's permanent collection in 20 years is an almost-20-year-old peat monster.
Uncharted Supply Co. recently modified its military-only ultralight packraft design and brought it to the public.
Thursday, September 5
James Niehues has painted nearly 200 trail maps for ski resorts around the world. Now, his work is collected in a new coffee table book.
The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headphones have all the new features that new consumers want.
No matter how much you sweat, these headphones will stay fresh -- and sound great.
Malaysia-based microbrand Ming has released the 17.06, available in DLC-coated stainless steel in a black or copper finish.
Winford Candles will de-funk your pad with masculine scents like Casablance, Woods No. 22 and Apple Tobacco.
The new Philips Hue Filament Collection is the first smart bulb to consider aesthetics.
The Sonos One SL is essentially a Sonos One speaker, but without Alexa or Google Assistant.
The Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre115 features a completely skeletonized in-house movement and a 44mm titanium case.
Friday, September 6
TAG Heuer's flagship dive watch gets a new green treatment and features 100m of water resistance and an automatic Cal. 5 movement.
Apple's upcoming iPhone event hasn't been officially announced yet, but we've got a good guess what might be on stage thanks to a report from Bloomberg.
The Nixon Regulus features a 46mm case, two chronographs and three customizable alarms as well as a silent mode.
There's 600 of them available and they're made with wood from the Eameses own house.
Available in Briar Oil Slick and Olive Mohave leathers.
The Sony WF-1000XM3 are really the only great noise-canceling true wireless earbuds. Could these AirPod lookalikes be their next big rival?
The North Face brings back three '90s showstoppers, all re-designed with sustainable materials.
Audi is not finished dropping flashy high-performance RS models on us in 2019.
The Jabra Elite 65t and Jabra Elite Active 65t have been two of AirPods biggest rivals. Now Jabra has released a new, better version of its esteemed true wireless earbuds.