JANUARY 6 - 10
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.
Russian River Brewing Company will be releasing it's extremely popular (and extremely limited) Pliny the Younger triple IPA in bottles for the first time in February.
Whether you want to know the going price for a bottle of Pappy 15 or Wild Turkey 101, this is the Instagram account to follow for the price-conscious bourbon nerd.
The last Land Rover Defender produced for the U.S. market is up for auction, and it only has 36,000 miles.
CES is packed with car-related technology reveals and announcements. These are the ones that matter.
A replica of a famed Mercedes racing legend is coming up for auction.
Car companies are getting into electronics. Electronics companies, apparently, are getting into cars.
James Cameron raises the bar for CES concepts by helping Mercedes create an "Avatar"-inspired ride.
Someone paid $230,000 for a Mini? Really?
This camping rig is bizarre, but also functional and super cheap.
They have just one thing in common: They're Gear Patrol-approved.
Take one of our favorite Astons; add a 690-hp V12; then, crucially, remove the windshield. Serve hot.
What if the new Supra was less BMW and more Toyota? Japanese students decided to take a stab at finding out.
Lay back, deploy the sun shades, and let that whopper of a headache melt away.
A French startup's helmet could offer revolutionary safety, thanks to LED lighting.
The GR Yaris packs a mighty turbocharged engine and AWD into a tiny, flickable ride.
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Powered by Google's Wear OS, the new Suunto 7 aims to marry rugged sports features with the latest tech for the perfect smartwatch.
The brand's latest gym sneaker raises interesting questions about design, pricing and marketing.
CRKT's first batch of new knives for 2020 includes a folding knife with a survival feature normally reserved for fixed blades.
Known for its innovative leather weaving, Italian luxury goods brand Bottega Veneta brings its 'Intrecciato' leather to Apple's iconic headphones.
Famed bootmaker John Lofgren teamed up with Oakland-based retailer Standard & Strange for a pair of boots made with an ultra-rare white shell cordovan.
The actor-writer-musician showed off a stylish iteration of the cozy winter staple.
Iconic surf brand Birdwell Beach Britches and Australian artist Kai Brown come together for a limited run of custom military jackets.
Announced at CES 2020, the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock will be available later this year.
If you're looking for a wall charger that can fast charge your iPhone, get this tiny 18-wall adapter by Aukey.
The new Cooper straps from Hodinkee offer an upscale leather option that pairs well with a wide range of watches.
Omega's legendary 321 movement has returned to a steel Speedmaster based on the one worn by astronaut Ed White.
Carpenter Watches' Brooklyn Gent is one of our favorite field watches, and it's improved for 2020 with new finishing and dials.
Purchasing a Rolex watch at retail will mean spending a bit more in 2020 than it did in 2019, as the prestigious brand increases prices 3-6%.
Nearly everything about the H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Flyback Chronograph is new and unexpectedly casual.
Casio G-Shock's professional range of Mudman and Rangeman watches look more serious than ever with black resin cases and negative displays.
Longines has released a handsome new 40mm steel chronograph with an automatic movement inspired by a post-War model.