OCTOBER 29, 2019
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Former Under Armour Executives have gotten together and turned their attention to making the best jeans possible at Revtown. Using a proprietary blend of Italian-milled denim along with a bit of stretch — the same stuff that gives football uniforms its durability and yoga pants their comfort — the brand has made a pair of pants that you’ll truly never want to take off. The athletic stretch denim keeps up no matter where you get off to, from the office to a weekend hike and anywhere in between. This denim won’t let you down and is up to the most rigorous activities; one of the Revtown founders even hiked the Appalachian Trail in a pair. And the best part about Revtown is that by selling directly to you, you can get your denim for a killer price.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Abbey Bike Tools is releasing a complete bike maintenance tool set unlike any other available, but it comes at a price.
Brew Watches' new Mastergraph features a hybrid of mechanical feel and quartz functionality, all for just $375.
For the fourth year in a row, Ferrari won International Engine of the Year, with Jaguar and BMW taking home some coveted medals as well.
Everlane lands a 100-percent lambskin leather bomber jacket for a ticket less than your typical round trip flight between LAX and La Guardia.
This frame-off Toyota Land Cruiser restoration is an absolute stunner.
A new report says Mercedes's performance division wants to take sales to Porsche levels by going all-in on EVs and plug-in hybrids. Just like Porsche.
New York-based streetwear brand Aime Leon Dore teamed up with America's oldest producer of outdoor clothing for a 70s-inspired collection filled with down, flannel, moleskin and merino wool.
Men’s Mountain Masochist lV OutDry Extreme Trail Running Shoe
Save $80: This innovative and interesting-looking shoe boasts loads of features designed to withstand inclement weather, and right now it’s 50 percent off, dropping the price to just $80.
The North Face Ventrix Jacket
Save 50%: The Ventrix is one of the most innovative iterations of active insulation we’ve seen, and right now you can snag the original jacket in select sizes for $100 off. The deal only applies to the black Ventrix Jacket, but that color’s not likely to go out of style any time soon.
All the Gear You Need for Late Fall Camping Is on Sale
Save up to 50%: Just because the days are shorter doesn’t mean camping season is over. And with savings up to 50 percent at REI, there’s never been a better time to stock up on cold-weather gear.
Quilted Barbour Jackets
Save up to 60%: If you’ve had your eye on one of these classic jackets but haven’t wanted to pay list price, head over to Nordstrom today. A bunch of Barbour outerwear is on sale in a full range of sizes, starting at just $80.
Save 40%: If you’ve never known the warm touch of sherpa against your skin, now’s the best time to rack up some experience.
Yamaha YAS-207 Soundbar
Save $130: The Yamaha YAS-207 is an excellent entry-level soundbar and wireless subwoofer package, and right now the combo is on sale. You can pick up the normally $300 soundbar for just $170 on Amazon today, and it’s a great deal for anybody looking to upgrade the sound on their TV on the cheap.
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart Electric Toothbrush
Save $40: The Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart electric toothbrush is meant to take the guess work out of oral healthcare and makes it easier for you to get pearly whites. Today on Amazon, it’s $40 off — a small price to pay for a clean mouth.
Bowers & Wilkins PX Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $200: Wilkins’s PX noise-canceling headphones have been selling for $400 for the past few years, but World Wide Stereo is selling manufacturer refurbished models for $229. And if you apply the code “GEAR” at checkout, that price drops to $200.
Seiko Recraft Chronograph Watch
Save 40%: This fun, colorful chronograph seems straight out of the 1970s, and with its matching NATO strap, is a perfect way to get into the fall spirit. Best of all, it’s on sale on Amazon now for $209 — that’s a full 40% off its full retail price of $350.
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