OCTOBER 22, 2019
Today in Gear: The Racing Motorcycle Built for the Road, the Shower Head of the Future & More
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Triumph fans have been eagerly anticipating the release of the Daytona Moto2™ 765 Limited Edition, and now they can finally get their hands on one — if they act fast. This latest release is the ultimate addition to the legendary multiple Supersport Championship-winning Daytona motorcycles. The new 2020 Triumph Daytona Moto2™ 765 is the closest you can get to a genuine pro racing Moto2 off the track. With Triumph’s 765cc engine, it is the most power and torque-producing Daytona ever. But if you want to ride the closest thing to a race bike on the open road, you should reserve yours quickly. Only 765 of the Daytona Moto2™ 765 Limited Edition will be available in North America. Don’t miss a chance to reserve a special piece of Triumph racing history.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Buying a car seat can be confusing and expensive. Save yourself some trouble with this helpful guide.
Everlane lands a 100-percent lambskin leather bomber jacket for a ticket less than your typical round trip flight between LAX and La Guardia.
A few years ago, Nebia released a shower head that atomized water on the fly and save huge amounts of water (and money). Launched today, Nebia 2.0 is even better.
What you see here? Yeah, that's all but certainly the rear end of the new M3.
Bulova has teamed up with Macy's to ressurect a handsome 1950s watch as a limited edition with an automatic movement and wearable dimensions.
The brand gets outdoors in a big way with the Lululemon X Wilderness collection of jackets, shirts, pants and more.
Who doesn't love a synthetic teak party deck?
Ralph Lauren makes the case against high-tech base layers as his personal vintage archive births another heater in the form of chamois-lined raw denim jeans.
Save $127 on This Super-Essential Piece of Off-Road Gear
Save 16%: If you’re planning on taking your off-roader to the trails on a regular basis, you need a winch. The Warn VR12 winch comes laden with 80 feet of steel rope, and its electrical motor is capable of pulling a whopping 12,000 pounds.
Save $54: The popular Adidas Ultraboost normally goes for $180 but thanks to a limited sale, you can spend just $126 on a brand-new pair.
The North Face Denali Fleece Jacket
Save 20%: First released in 1988, the Denali has endured because it’s practical far beyond basecamps with a hybrid construction that features a water-resistant shell overlay. Right now, you can pick one up for 20 percent off at Backcountry for a savings of over $50.
Cole Haan Leather Weekend Bag
Save 74%: Available in brown, the bag features dual rolled-top handles, a zip closure and interior organizing pockets. It’s not overly complicated, nor should it be.
Red Wing Heritage Postman Shoes
Save 50%: Available in a range of thick leathers from the S.B. Foot Tanning Company, these shoes feature a Goodyear welt, a leather insole and a wedge sole. Ideal for everyday wear, it’s a classic silhouette that you can dress up or down.
Filson Wool Gloves and Hats
Save 30%: Starting at $25, they might be the most useful, affordable products you can buy from the brand. Pick from fingerless and full-finger gloves.
Master & Dynamic MW60 Headphones Bundle
Save $175: The MW60s deliver a rich, warm sound with incredible fidelity and boast a 16-hour battery life and superb Bluetooth range. The bundle includes a steel headphone stand and a backup Lightning cable for an incredible value proposition.
Timex x Todd Snyder Blackjack Watch
Save 50%: This is a sleek, automotive-inspired timepiece with cool “roulette wheel” dial done up in black and white, a black-finished case, and it’s only $69 right now.
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