OCTOBER 21 - 25
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 .
Field Company's flagship skillet is our top recommendation for everyday cooking. But its newest release might be worth keeping in the box.
The future includes a natural stone finish and heat-reflective paint.
A report suggests Mercedes is about to make a massive change to one of its best performance cars.
Buying a car seat can be confusing and expensive. Save yourself some trouble with this helpful guide.
What you see here? Yeah, that's all but certainly the rear end of the new M3.
Who doesn't love a synthetic teak party deck?
Ford has a patent that could give Bronco owners a pure open-air experience.
Here's a trailer that's unique, functional, and will get you into the outdoors for less than $20,000.
Keep those last vestiges of your teenage self alive with this low-mileage classic.
These Ford Super Duty overlanders will dominate the trail, if you can find one big enough to accommodate them.
A report from England suggests the Defender could move up an echelon in power and price with a new engine.
The Land Cruiser cemented Toyota's self-described reputation for "quality, durability, and reliability."
You no longer have to choose between a high-end Defender or an overlander.
Outdoors and Fitness
John John Florence teamed up with Electric to put out some pretty distinctive new shades.
The brand gets outdoors in a big way with the Lululemon X Wilderness collection of jackets, shirts, pants and more.
Based on the principles of Ayurveda, Hanah's new Coffee Boost purportedly reduces stress and increases cognition at the same time.
The futuristic Hyperlapse leather fuses the strength of Dyneema with cowhide for an unprecedented level of durability in an impressively thin material. Now, it's in Viberg's hiking boot.
Featuring a recycled polyester shell with PFC-free water-repellency.
Everlane lands a 100-percent lambskin leather bomber jacket for a ticket less than your typical round trip flight between LAX and La Guardia.
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.
The lace-to-toe oxford is a beloved boot cut short and rarely seen outside of Japan, despite their North American provenance. Viberg's brought this Japanese trend back home.
Kapital takes to the trail for their latest hiking-influenced bag which comes with a detachable waist bag.
Huckberry’s bread and butter is outfitting guys with not only the gear but also the inspiration to take the leap into something new.
Depending on the iPhone model you have, switching to Dark Mode could greatly extend your battery life.
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.
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More and more smart home cameras are gaining HomeKit compatibility, finally.
The Vintage Rolex Field Good is a compendium of invaluable knowledge, and essential reading for any Rolex fan.
Inspired by 90s video game systems, three new Skeleton Series watches feature typical G-Shock functionality in playful transparent colors.
The new Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 68 Saturation dive watch was made in collaboration with a renowned diver and National Geographic photographer.
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 new Olmstead field watch from Chicago-based micro brand Oak & Oscar featues a "sandwich dial," and pays tribute to the company's hometown.
A. Lange & Söhne's first steel sport watch, the Odysseus is a departure for the brand in many ways.