MAY 12, 2020
Today in Gear: Why Gaming Chairs Suck, the Best Way to Fold a Shirt & More
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New on Gear Patrol
The origins of the racer-style gaming chair, and why you should probably not buy one.
Have you ever wondered how stores get their clothes folded so neatly? This is how.
A watch you can actually read means a more fulfilling longterm user experience. But what makes a watch legible, and why does it matter so much?
The future of supplements continues to expand, but what should you actually take?
It's 2020 and more and more soundbars support Dolby Atmos and deliver a pretty epic home theater experience.
A mix of clear crystal and rich tortoise frames, all with laid-back easygoing fits.
Apple is rumored to be making high-end, over-ear headphones. The latest report suggests they'll have a modular design.
The best bottled barbeque sauces offer what homemade versions offer — smokiness, sweetness, spiciness and tanginess, all balanced against each other.
Foggy specs are super easy to prevent. This is how.
The two brands' latest collaboration references the Liquor Store, a Todd Snyder outpost in Tribeca and previously a J. Crew specialty shop.
Toyota dropped the biggest hint it can that a Gazoo Racing-branded American hot hatch is en route.
Stella introduced its first watch with a contemporary design and a texture based on the "linen dials" of vintage watches.
Ford ultimately chose a simple, timeless Mustang design that became an automotive icon. But that was not the only option.
E-bike make riding around town and commuting to and from work a breeze, but they're heavy, bulky and hard to manage. Not this one.
Whether riding on asphalt, gravel, or dirt, an adventure bike never waivers. These are some of the best you can buy right now.
Sometimes you just want tasty, reliable and easy to find. Here are 15 IPAs that don't cost an arm and leg to track down.
Seiko offers some of the best value in watches. Here, we break down each of its modern product lines to help you understand what's available.
Home and Design Deals
Save up to 50%: If you’re looking for whiskey glasses, legacy furniture brands or robot vacuums, this list might be worth a scroll. These are the best deals of the week on furniture, cookware and home gear.
This Incredible Motorcycle Gear Rarely Goes on Sale. Right Now, It’s 25% Off
Save25%: Right now, you can snap up all of Aether’s motorcycle gear for 25 percent off the usual price. Just enter the code STAYATHOME at checkout.
Upgrade Your Camping Game By Grabbing This Great Rooftop Tent for $165 Off
Save 15%: The Yakima Skyrise rooftop tent builds on basic tent functions by adding an integrated foam mattress, as well as a sturdy drop-down aluminum ladder for easy entry and exit.
Osprey Pack Sale
Save 25%: Osprey is a leader in active bag design, and now’s the time to pounce, as prices on dozens of the brand’s best packs are slashed.
The Best Outdoor Gear Deals of the Week
Save up to 50%: One of the best headlamps for camping and hiking, work gloves for yard chores and Nike’s newest trail running shoes are all on sale this week.
Best Fitness Deals of the Week
Save up to 50%: Save big on shades, shoes, sweatshirts and more — we’ve compiled the very best athletic discounts of the week just for you.
Best Style Deals of the Week
Save 70%: From perfectly-broken-in jeans to celeb-approved boots and more.
TP-Link AC1200 extender
Save $40: Are you suffering from poor Wi-Fi in one area of your home? A Wi-Fi extender is a quick and affordable fix for just that. You can set the TP-Link AC1200 extender yourself in a matter of minutes, and it’s compatible with any Wi-Fi router.
Timex X Todd Snyder Beekman Watch
Save 30%: Based on a midcentury model that Todd Snyder found while digging through Timex’s archives, the Beekman can be had in black for just $110, a 30% savings off the list price of $158.