MARCH 9 - 13
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Made In's limited-edition santoku knife is a cut above the rest.
The espresso machines you order shots from every day are getting smarter (and better).
Get used to the phrase "cute ute," because it will appear in every single article written about this truck.
Just be prepared to pay big — even by Singer standards.
A fully-outfitted motorhome...that also happens to be a rare and vintage Toyota.
Camper vans can be ungodly expensive. This company will let you build a brand-new, well-appointed one for under $35K.
This Ruf is ready to rip up some gravel roads.
Audi is bringing its best performance car to the U.S. — and it's a relative bargain.
Time to hop a flight to LAX.
Leaked Bronco photos are coming fast and furious as the launch approaches. Here's the four-door.
BMW manuals are hard to come by nowadays. But the company used to put them in just about everything.
If it saves you from one speeding ticket, it's worth the expense. But only if you buy the best.
Gemballa's new 911 looks ready to conquer terrain that would leave Jeeps scared.
Reports say Ram is coming after the F-150 Raptor with its biggest, baddest engine — and some help from Alfa Romeo.
The fact that Nissan keeps touting its Ariya concept from last October makes us think it may be coming to dealerships.
A coachbuilder picks up Land Rover's discarded idea and runs with it.
It's everything you want in a vintage off-roader. It's just really hard to look at.
Outdoors and Fitness
Custom pocket knives can cost thousands of dollars, but Gerber just created a way to get a unique blade for far less.
Filson and Danner, two American makers of outdoor gear, have a combined age of 211 years. Now they've come together to make a military-inspired hiking boot.
For just a few thousand dollars, your car can turn into a handy way to get away from it all.
After building its name on horseback and in the Australian Outback, heritage boot brand R.M. Williams is turning to premium sneakers. But this isn't its first rodeo.
Aerodynamic, ultra-lightweight and... Macho Man-friendly.
It's a portable valet tray, wireless charging unit and desk organizer rolled into one.
Previously, Apple had warned customers to not clean their iPhones with anything other than water.
Baume has teamed up with French ski brand Zag on the Limited Edition II, which features a case made from carbon and natural cork.
The Bulova Chronograph A "Surfboard" watch, available in four different iterations, has been resurrected in all its sporty '70s glory.
Bell & Ross introduces sporty new chronograph watches across its most popular lines to punctuate its connection with the Formula 1 Renault racing team.
"Time for a Change" is a deep dive into Enicar, makers of some of the coolest tool watches of the mid-20th century.
Montblanc's newest smartwatch combines a traditional aesthetic with cutting-edge tech, including cellular connectivity and access to myriad apps.
The Swiss manufacturer's signature connected watch has been given a thorough update with steel or titanium cases and a customizable dial.
Two new Max Bill models from Junghans combine a sleek, minimalist philosophy with killer black-on-black looks. But they're only available as a set.
Casio G-Shock's new Street Utility Military series watches meld a rugged military aesthetic with the latest durability features and tech.