JANUARY 17, 2020
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New & Noteworthy Releases
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A special edition exclusively for the Chinese market, this complicated version of AP's iconic Royal Oak features a titanium case and bracelet.
Motorcycle style and comfort with bike practicality—and zero emissions.
Swiss brand Luminox has released teamed up with survival celebrity Bear Grylls on a new batch of watches across three series.
When it comes to flannel shirts, good ones are hard to come by. Wax London is making that search very easy.
Two exclusive prints available in two iconic Vans styles.
Most multi-tools are practical hunks of metal, not Leatherman's new Charge+.
Stagg Jr. is the baby brother of a more famous Buffalo Trace bourbon. Here's why you want it.
Adidas Ultraboost 19
Save up to $80: The popular Adidas Ultraboost 19 normally goes for $180, but thanks to a sale, you can spend just $100 on a brand-new pair.
Nitecore Tiny Monster Flashlight
Save $75: Nitecore’s Tiny Monster is by far the brightest flashlight we’ve ever come across — it’s lumen count hits a whopping 10,000 — and it’s currently $75 off.
L.L. Bean Boots
Save 19%: Just in time for winter’s worst, Maine’s finest purveyor of outdoor gear L.L. Bean has your tootsies covered with shearling-lined versions of its famed Bean boots — and on sale.
Yamaha RX-V685 AV Receiver
Save $100: Amazon is having a sale on Yamaha receivers and soundbars right now, but arguably the crown jewel of the deals is on the Yamaha RX-V685. It was recently Wirecutter‘s pick for “best overall AV receiver,” and is $100 off.
ELAC Debut 2.0 B5.2 Bookshelf Speakers
Save $70: The ELAC Debut 2.0 B5.2 bookshelf speakers sound accurate with smooth and crisp highs and punchy bass, thanks to the silk dome tweeter and aramid-fiber woofer. Normally $250, Amazon slashed $70 off of that today.
Today on Gear Patrol
Reese Cooper is taking the menswear world by storm with no formal education and at just 21 years old.
It's never too early to start looking back at the used car market.
Plus: CRKT's innovative folding knife, and Tanner Bowden discusses the $200 percussion massage tool he's testing.
A mechanical watch doesn't have to break the bank — here are 16 of the most affordable, from field watches to divers to dress watches.