Introducing Gear Patrol Magazine: Issue Thirteen, The Summer Preview
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The year hasn’t started like any of us could have expected. Watching spring arrive through our windows certainly wasn’t what we had in mind while working on the newest issue of Gear Patrol Magazine.
But, as we’ve stated before, the plans and goals we’ve all established in a time of calm are not all suddenly meaningless because of a virus. In fact, we believe that an optimistic attitude and reminders of normal are more important than ever.
That’s why we’re excited to announce the launch of Issue Thirteen of Gear Patrol Magazine, a.k.a. The Summer Preview — with a special twist that we hope will help all Gear Patrol readers take a brief break from the concerns of today.
Alongside our typical print release (which subscribers should already have on hand), we’re providing all GP readers with complimentary access to a digital version of Issue Thirteen. Just sign up for any Gear Patrol newsletter to receive your copy. If you’re already subscribed, great news: an access link is already in your inbox.
Inside this edition, you’ll find features about Omega’s role in the upcoming James Bond film (now scheduled to hit theaters later this year), the rise of secondhand outdoor gear, an unsung hero of American whiskey and 2020’s most exciting high-horsepower muscle cars. And if you’re just in it for the quick gear recommendations, don’t worry. This issue includes stories and reviews covering the season’s most exciting products and trends: pellet grills, gravel bikes, 5G and more.
Of course, if you’re like us and still prefer the unique experience that is reading a great print magazine, you can still order a copy directly from our store that we’ll ship to your door. No matter which way you choose to enjoy our work, we appreciate your support and sincerely hope that this ultimate guide to summer will help you take advantage of warmer months ahead.
In the meantime, we’ll continue to share the stories of companies and individuals dedicated to restoring the health of our communities and the economy as quickly as possible.