OCTOBER 28 - NOVEMBER 1
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 .
Buffalo Trace Distillery's Old Charter Oak line is a big science experiment.
The masters of luxury grilling just showed off their first new grill since 2014.
Dragonfly Coffee Roaster's Panamanian Geisha varietal was grown in the shadow of a volcano.
Expect lots of quotation marks and words in all-caps.
Factions within Mazda want to; the only question is if they can drum up enough support in time.
Mini's price tag for the electric Mini Cooper SE will undercut much of the EV market, but there's a catch.
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.
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.
Get your Gladiator, Tacoma or Ranger ready to leave the grid with this camping system.
Save the AAA respondent (or dad) some hassle and learn how to change a tire yourself with this quick, helpful guide.
With its mighty power, great looks and next-level technology, the new Indian Challenger strives for greatness right out of the box.
These are the cars that best hold their value. Mostly because they're awesome.
Take our favorite pickup truck, and add on all the coolest overlanding goodies you could ever want.
The best luxury RV out there picks up a carbon fiber monocoque.
You'll still have to wait a while to drive it, though.
Ford now offers a better service than BMW, with no subscription plan.
This option well level up the Ranger's off-red cred to compete with the Gladiator and Tacoma.
Outdoors and Fitness
Gear Patrol looks at what it’s like to run in New York City, showcasing the people and places that sculpt the community.
Pop the Knotty Roller open to reveal an army of myofascial release tools.
Abbey Bike Tools is releasing a complete bike maintenance tool set unlike any other available, but it comes at a price.
CRKT teamed up with Ken Onion to create the Panache, a limited-edition pocket knife made in a numbered batch of 550.
Leatherman released a magnetic knife, SOG revealed a limited edition EDC folder, Tops mashed up two distinct styles and more.
The designer who helped design the Apple Watch just tried his hand at making a pair of boots.
Boots built tough enough to bear Filson's legendary name.
Everlane lands a 100-percent lambskin leather bomber jacket for a ticket less than your typical round trip flight between LAX and La Guardia.
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.
The new collection from heritage boot brand Wolverine features all the same quality the brand's known for in a (much) friendlier price point.
Grade-A cashmere at a Grade-A price puts Everlane's cashmere beanies at the head of its class.
Everybody who wants to improve their desktop audio situation, for cheap, should buy this headphone amp/DAC.
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.
Apple TV+ is finally here for $5 a month, but you can get a week (or maybe even a whole year) for free. Here's what you need to know.
Henry Graves Jr.'s first-of-its-kind minute repeater, a doctor's chronograph and a unique pocket watch are all going under the hammer.
NYC-based Autodromo delivers the goods with the manually wound Intereuropa, with a design based on a classic Italian race.
Vinctorinox's tough new INOX watch combines a mechanical movement a lightweight, scratch-resistant carbon composite case.
Brew Watches' new Mastergraph features a hybrid of mechanical feel and quartz functionality, all for just $375.
The Marlin is back with a deep navy blue dial and brown leather strap, but it's still $200, and still features a handwound movement.
The second-generation Orient Defender sports a 42.4mm steel case, 100m of water resistance, and several complications.
Farer's new World Timer, available in 3 dial colors, offers 24 time zones in a 39mm stainless steel case, all for $1,550.