OCTOBER 31, 2019
Today in Gear: A Ventilated Jacket Built for Skiers, the Highest-Rated Coffee Ever & More
Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and deals. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at email@example.com.
Generally, jackets are built to do just about one thing: keep you warm. But the needs of skiers and snowboarders go far beyond just retaining heat. Backcountry built its Rustler Gore-Tex Stretch Jacket with these demands in mind, giving the wearer a multitude of functions for the constantly varying conditions they’ll find on the slopes. The jacket is built with a Gore-Tex three-layer system designed to keep the wearer dry no matter what, and the added stretch construction allows for full mobility. What separates the Rustler from other ski jackets, however, is the unique set of ventilation zippers found at the neck and underarms to keep things breathable while remaining waterproof. Combined with a number of other thoughtful features, this jacket goes above and beyond to meet the needs skiers didn’t even know they had and is available for 20 percent off at checkout with the code GEARPATROL20.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Farer's new World Timer, available in 3 dial colors, offers 24 time zones in a 39mm stainless steel case, all for $1,550.
Audio Sharing is a new feature that allows two sets of wireless headphones to pair to the same iPhone or iPad, that way they can listen to the same audio.
You'll still have to wait a while to drive it, though.
Ford now offers a better service than BMW, with no subscription plan.
Grade-A cashmere at a Grade-A price puts Everlane's cashmere beanies at the head of its class.
Dragonfly Coffee Roaster's Panamanian Geisha varietal was grown in the shadow of a volcano.
This option well level up the Ranger's off-red cred to compete with the Gladiator and Tacoma.
Save up to 40%: Target carries a wide array of furniture lines, each of which appeals to different interior design tastes. The pieces are already affordable and, starting today, a huge selection is up to 40 percent off.
Saucony Liberty ISO
Save $90: The Saucony Liberty running shoe, lauded by many publications upon its release last year, is on sale for just $70 right now.
Save 30%: Currently, you can save 30 percent on a bunch of well-made Grenson boots. The styles available range from suede chukkas to storm-welted hikers and prices start at $242.
Clarks Desert Boots
Save 30%: The Bushacre Chukka features a beeswax leather upper, a durable rubber sole and a cushioned insole for comfort. Available in sizes 7 to 13, these will sell out quickly at this price, so don’t wait.
Filson Knit Gloves and Hats
Save 30%: Starting at $25, these may be the most useful, affordable products you can buy from Filson. So if you’re looking to stock up on some great American-made knits before the mercury drops, shop this sale.
Save $71: DJI is slowing production on the Spark, but the company will continue to service and support it. Why buy something that’s reaching its EOL? Because it’s still a great drone — and you can get a great deal on one.
TCL Alto 7+ Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer
Save $30: The TCL Alto 7+ is an entry-level soundbar and wireless subwoofer that was released earlier this year. The 2.1-channel sound system normally costs $180, but Amazon and Best Buy are selling it for $150.
Seiko Prospex PADI SNE499
Save 49%: Powered by the cal. V157 quartz movement, this PADI special edition features a 47mm case, Hardlex mineral crystal, date display and a unidirectional rotating dive bezel. For just $230, it could be your ideal vacation watch this winter.
Seiko Recraft Chronograph Watch
Save 51%: 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 $173 — that’s a full 51% off its full retail price of $350.
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