DECEMBER 10, 2019
Today in Gear: Backcountry’s Winter Gear Guide, an Affordable American Workwear Brand & 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
Here at Gear Patrol, we have a deep appreciation not only for fine gear, but the process of rigorously testing it as well. Backcountry shares this fondness, and the brand has used its expertise to put all of the equipment and accessories it offers to the test — developing a robust guide on what works best in the process. The guide includes the best skis, snowboards, outerwear and other accessories to get you prepared for the harshest ski conditions. The guide features state-of-the-art equipment like the Smith I/O Mag Chromapop Goggles that will help you see more clearly, or gear like the Salomon QST 106 Skis and the Burton Flight Attendant snowboard that will help you charge harder and faster. Take it from the experts, and choose the equipment that’s right for you — and save 20% with the code GEARPATROL20.
New & Noteworthy Releases
The famed German watchmaker's second collaboration with online watch authority Hodinkee looks killer.
The Mac Pro starts at $5,999 with an 8-core Xeon processor, 32GB of memory, an AMD WX 7100 graphics card and a 256GB SSD. The Pro Display XDR starts at $4,999.
Due to a special chemical treatment, each example of the new Big Crown Bronze Pointer Date will have a unique bronze dial.
Jeep has a rare discount on the Wrangler, but only for certain buyers.
Unimatic's handsome, monochromatic Italian dive watches have been updated for 2020 with various design tweaks and tech.
Prices range from $16 to $60.
It's too early to know for sure, but we certainly hope so.
An affordable but quirky new field watch is the product of a collaboration between Timex and Japanese outdoor brand Snow Peak.
The ongoing collaboration between New York retailer Opening Ceremony and heritage workwear brand Dickies 1922 sports some spots.
Adidas Friends & Family Sale
Save 30%: A new friends and family promo code can save you big time. Combine it with existing deals and you can score Ultraboosts plus a track jacket and pants for just $123.
Rumpl Camp Blankets
Save 25%: Savvy campers know that sleeping bags aren’t the only way to bed down in a tent at night. Today only, Rumpl is marking down all of its camp blankets by 25 percent. Use the code FRIENDS at checkout.
Japanese-Fabric Sweatshirts from Jomers
Save 25%: Now at Jomers, Gear Patrol readers can save 25 percent on classic sweatshirts made with Japanese fabric.
Outerknown Flannel Shirts
Save 43%: Outerknown’s Flannels are noteworthy thanks to the use of super-soft brushed organic cotton. Now you can grab some for just $50.
Sonos One SL
Save $30: The One SL is a One speaker but without the built-in mics, meaning it can’t function as a smart speaker (and you won’t have to worry about it listening to you). It’s $30 off right now.
Save $30: The One is Sonos’s entry-level smart speaker that works with either Alexa or Google Assistant. It’s $30 off right now.
Bose Smart Speakers
Save up to $100: Both of Bose’s newest smart speakers, the Home Speaker 500 and the Home Speaker 300, are on sale on Amazon right now.
Seiko 5 Dive Watches
Save 36%: There are five Seiko 5 Sport models currently being offered at considerable discounts at Macy’s, including one limited edition built for the American retailer for 36% off.
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