NOVEMBER 11 - 15
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 email@example.com.
Opinel's latest – a four-piece set of forged kitchen knives – is the perfect gift for the new home cook.
These are now, officially, the most hands-off grills ever.
Cheaper and more flexible than most camper van conversions? What's not to love?
The price of the Gladiator Rubicon is climbing by $330, without any clear explanation as to why.
This rare and exceedingly quirky Subaru needs a new home.
The Camry and Avalon sedans are getting some tech from the RAV4, which could have some buyers rethinking their crossover purchase.
McLaren's new Elva packs 804 horsepower, and you'll feel every one of them.
The new Lincoln can stand up to the Range Rover on style and substance—at a far lower price.
Hyundai is aiming for the affordable end of the truck market by bringing its stunning Santa Cruz concept into production.
Two seats inside and a V8 engine up front mean the Roma isn't like any Ferrari before.
It's only natural for Ford to make more use of the Mustang brand.
BMW's upcoming i4 will beat the Tesla Model 3 on range, according to a new report.
Outdoors and Fitness
Sanuk's new travel shoe, the Chiba Journey LX, is unlike any other we've seen and uses an unexpected key ingredient.
The James Brand's newest pocket knife expertly balances high-end components with an approachable price.
Yeti just announced its first new hard-sided cooler since the original. It's impressive, but it's also expensive.
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 sudden drop in mercury reported throughout the country, you might want to consider your winter gear sooner than you thought. But don't worry, we've rounded up some of the best parkas to keep...
Noah is the brainchild of former Supreme creative director Brendon Babenzien and what happens when you graduate from beer to whiskey and still wear hardcore tees under your button-ups.
Away's Luminous Collection adds a splash of color to their range of travel goods which spans the spectrum of jewel tones.
We've got Black Friday on our minds and oh so many shoes we're lusting after. We're putting this wish list of shoes out into the aether, hoping they'll go on sale.
A set of clothing and bags made from upcycled vintage Patagonia clothes.
Dr. Martens' classic Jungle Boot just got even wilder thanks to the streetwear vets at Haven.
It solves one of the biggest issues that people have had with Sonos.
The new 8BitDo N30 Wireless Mouse, slickly slathered in mid-1980s NES style, is not just a striking bit of retro-chic tech that would look dashing on your desk. It also has everything you could want...
With a newly-designed screen sporting smaller-than-ever bezels, the new 16-incher is entirely taking the place of the old 15-inch model and, despite its larger screen, is roughly the same size.
Thanks to smaller bezels, the 16-inch MacBook Pro isn't considerably larger than its 15-inch predecessor, but it's also not exactly the same size.
Netflix will be ending support for older Samsung TVs and older Roku devices next month. Here's how to find out if yours is affected.
Ikea continues to make big moves in the smart home realm.
With its 6.2-inch folding plastic OLED screen, the new Motorola Razr is an unabashed nostalgia gimmick, but it might be the phone of my dreams despite that.
The Phillips "Game Changers" auction on December 10th in NYC features some pretty bonkers new and vintage watches.
Two Scottish, including a brewery and a design firm, teamed up on this handsome, Bauhaus-inspired timepiece.
With a black dial and full platinum case and bracelet, this Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch is only available in Japan.
German watchmaker Nomos's new limited-edition world time watch, featuring a matte black dial and in-house movement, celebrates Amsterdam.
From a handwound dress watch to an automatic diver, we want to see discounts on these five timepieces.
The new Monster from Detroit-based Shinola features an automatic Swiss movement and 300m of water resistance for $1,650.
Boston & Stewill is making automotive-inspired watches with British design, Swiss automatic movements and excellent value.
There's no doubt about it — the newest vintage-inspired watch from Longines is a beauty. But you better be comfortable with a 43mm case.
The Bell & Ross BR03-92 Full Lum is so bright, you may need sunglasses in order to read the time at night.