NOVEMBER 11, 2019
Today in Gear: A Base Layer with Built-In Ventilation, a Camper Van with a Configurable Interior System & 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.
It’s great fun picking out a winter coat with the most technically advanced features possible, but the oft-neglected base layer selection is equally important. A good base layer should not only provide warmth but ample ventilation as well, which Smartwool’s new Intraknit 3D-knit Merino wool base layers were designed for. They’re built with an articulated performance fit and gender-specific ventilation placed for optimal thermoregulation, keeping you warm where it matters most. The Intraknit Merino wool layers are flexible and breathable, with durability, odor resistance and faster dry times. You won’t get these features from your old pair of long johns, and if you’re going to be performing strenuous activities in the cold, you’re going to seriously appreciate the difference.
New & Noteworthy Releases
The Phillips "Game Changers" auction on December 10th in NYC features some pretty bonkers new and vintage watches.
Cheaper and more flexible than most camper van conversions? What's not to love?
Two Scottish, including a brewery and a design firm, teamed up on this handsome, Bauhaus-inspired timepiece.
The price of the Gladiator Rubicon is climbing by $330, without any clear explanation as to why.
Everlane moves into the suiting space with a modern take on the menswear classic. Somehow, they got the Italian wool suiting down to just $300.
With a black dial and full platinum case and bracelet, this Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch is only available in Japan.
Sanuk's new travel shoe, the Chiba Journey LX, is unlike any other we've seen and uses an unexpected key ingredient.
Le Creuset Dutch Oven
Save $125: Today on Sur La Table, the classic 5.25-quart size is $125 under its retail price — good for one of its lowest prices ever.
Global G2 Chef’s Knife
Save 41%: Today on Amazon, Global’s G-2 Chef’s Knife is on sale for $93, matching the lowest price on record on the platform.
Save Up to $450 on Some of the Best Motorcycle Helmets Out There
Save Up to 60%: If this added burst of nice riding weather has you stoked to hit the road every chance you can before the snow flies, then why not take this chance to grab a new Arai helmet for up to 60 percent off at RevZilla’s closeout sale?
The North Face Denali 2 Fleece
Save 25%: One of the few tweaks The North Face has given the Denali over the decades is that it’s now made with 100 percent recycled materials. Right now, you can pick one up for 25 percent off at REI for a savings of nearly $50.
Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack 5l
Save 25%: Protecting your food and clothes costs less than a six pack of craft beer.
Everyday Backpacks from Eastpak
Save 29%: If you’re in the market for a great everyday backpack, head over to Need Supply Co. today. Currently, great bags from Eastpak are even more affordable. They start at just $43.
Ralph Lauren Mid-Season Sale
Save 50%: Ralph Lauren’s mid-season sale is live and you could score some deals on top of deals with its extra 30 percent off promotion.
Bose SoundLink Revolve
Save $80: The SoundLink Revolve is one of Bose’s newest portable Bluetooth speakers and right now you can get a pretty excellent deal on one. Amazon is selling the normally $199 speaker for just $119, which is the cheapest it has ever been.
Citizen Promaster Marine Watch
Save 40%: The price for the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Marine is $625, but you can take an extra 25% off at checkout by entering the code “FRIEND,” which, on top of a 20% sale that’s already running, brings the final price down to $375.
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