September 17, 2019
Today in Gear: Jeans You Can Move In, Cookware for Amateur Cooks & More
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Finding a pair of jeans that fit just right can be a challenge — especially with a sea of options out there today. Revtown makes some of the most comfortable jeans available on the market thanks to the brand’s Decade Denim fabric. It’s woven with a bit of stretch — so they move with you, not against you. Revtown has taken the leaps and bounds made in sportswear design (like higher comfort, more flexibility and durability) and brought them to denim so you can easily leap and bound in your jeans. The Taper is Revtown’s take on a skinny jean. They combined a slim fit in the waist and hips with a taper through the leg opening for an overall sharp look. But unlike other skinny jeans, the Taper has all the comfort of a pair of Revtown jeans and are made to be moved in. So move on over and try em’ for yourself.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Jack Mason's A.J. Foyt Limited Edition Watch is built upon the Camber chronograph, and ships with both a steel bracelet and a leather strap.
Bikes like the LiveWire may have you thinking Harley is leaving its heritage behind. The Low Rider S says, "You kidding?"
Breitling's new Navitimer 8 watch for Etihad Airways features a blacked-out case with Arabic indices and text on the dial.
This stunning camping trailer is prepped to hit the road or trail—or even provide a full-time residence.
Don't know what the difference between frying, searing and sautéing is? Equal Parts is for you.
It's easier than ever to decorate your apartment with photos shot on your smartphone.
Building upon recent collaborations, Nomos has released special editions with The Hour Glass featuring ancient scripts on the dials.
Victorinox is best known for its multi-purpose, red-handled Swiss Army Knife. Its newest blade is a far departure from that.
All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware
Save Up to 70%: All-Clad’s covetable cookware has been the option for high-end stainless steel since the brand literally invented bonded cookware in 1971. The only knock against them? That price tag.
Today, however, is a mammoth exception — the All-Clad factory seconds sale is live. The lot includes pieces from all the brand’s classic lines — D5, C4, non-stick and a few limited edition lines. loBut if you just want classic All-Clad, look under the section labeled “Stainless Cookware.” There you’ll find all the saute pans, fry pans, stock pots and sauciers you could ever want.
At up to 75 percent off, these are the lowest prices you’ll find on unused All-Clad outside of visiting the company’s in-person seconds sale at the factory. — Will Price
Orient Ray II Dive Watch
Save 60%: Right now, you can grab the Ray II in three dial variants beginning at just $118 on Amazon, down from Orient’s MSRP of $325. The Ray II features a 41.5mm stainless steel case with matching bracelet, a unidirectional dive bezel, an automatic Japanese movement with 40 hours of power reserve and a day-date display. At this price and with this feature set, what’s essentially the perfect summer watch could easily become your favorite everyday watch. — Oren Hartov
Danner Jag Hiking Boot
Save $70: Not unlike vegans and CrossFitters, some technical hiking boots just can’t wait to let you know what they do. And that’s all well and good, but sometimes you want something a bit more… understated. You know, something you can wear around town without looking like you just came down off Pike’s Peak.
Enter Danner’s retro-styled Jag Boot, which almost looks like something you’d be more likely to encounter at the local skate park than the backwoods. And yet it still packs a technical punch, thanks to Danner Dry inserts that stand up to rain, a breathable mesh lining, comfy Ortholite footbed and grippy waffle sole. The combo of appearance and performance makes for a very versatile shoe — and one that’s hard to pass up when it’s up to $70 off at Backcountry. — Steve Mazzucchi
This Simple-Yet-Iconic Motorcycle Jacket Is More Than Half Off Right Now
Save 56%: These days, motorcycle jackets come in all shapes, sizes and materials. But there’s nothing like the classics. Dainese knows all about that; the company has been whipping up bike gear since 1972, a legacy that has helped it become one of the best-known, most-dependable names in motorcycle safety equipment.
The Legacy is simple, by modern motorcycling standards; it’s made of grain cowhide with a cotton liner, and features pretty much extend to a pair of pockets outside and one within, as well as slots to slide armor in at the elbows and shoulders. But considering the proven name of its maker and this low, low price, it’s hard not to see this as a perfect addition to your spring and fall riding gear. — Will Sabel Courtney
11-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi (Latest Model)
Save $200: Amazon is selling the latest 11-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi and 1TB of storage at its lowest price ever — it costs $1,349 on Apple’s website right now, but Amazon is discounting the same model by $200. Amazon’s deals on iPads of various radio types and storage capacities can fluctuate pretty regularly, so if this is your dream deal, now is the time to act. But you may be able to find deeper deals on different loadouts down the road. — Tucker Bowe
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