The 23 Best Backpacks to Carry Everywhere, Every Day
Great backpacks for every budget and lifestyle.
Great backpacks for every budget and lifestyle.
The best way to catch up on the day's most important product releases and stories.
A new lens from Panasonic, a breathable rain jacket (finally), a handlebar bag for your bike and much more.
A submersible drone, a street-legal assault vehicle, a mesh shell that will keep our own sun at bay and much more.
A HiRes audio player, performance sunglasses, a 28 mph electric bike and much more.
A backpack that you can customize, a percolator that adapts to your needs, a tent that accommodates crowds and much more.
Brass writing utensils, a portable movie-projecting cube, sneakers straight off the sci-fi silver screen and much more.
A 7-layer carbon composite driver, a skull-shaped multitool, DSPTCH finally release a line of camera bags and more.
It's not the gear that makes the athlete the best, but quality equipment never hurts.
Jones Snowboards' new pow surfer, a limited-edition pair of sunglasses, Café du Cycliste's new jersey for fall and more.
DSPTCH's new wristwatch, the ultimate utility knife, a foldable cargo bike and more.
Heavily branded camera straps can blow your cover in a crowd. Instead, downplay your presence with one that's made to be casual, cool, durable and comfortable.
DSPTCH's new technical shoulder bag, Brooks improves a classic saddle style, the field guide to Brooklyn and more.
A two-person submarine (really), a new annual from The Monocle's editors, Zeal's HD2 camera goggles and more.
Gear Patrol's gift guide to the 16 best tech and gadget gifts under $50 available in 2014.
This Week in Gear: British performance cars, classy shoes, high-end audio gear and much, much more.
Today in Gear: Torch Apparel's FLUX backpack, Harry's shave gel & lotion, Pioneer's innovative Performance DJ Controller, a new line of Swiss Army knives by Victorinox, DSPTCH's Ballistic Nylon bags and more.
When attending a British motoring event that's held on the estate owned by someone named Lord March, you can't just fly over the Atlantic with a day pack full of casual duds and a twin blade razor. We've put together a comprehensive kit that takes you from airport to hotel to track and back.
Today in gear we examine, Onia's new lounge shorts, Beats' revised Studio 2, waterproof iPhone cases from catalyst, the Roots X Douglas Coupland collection and DSPTCH's new dopp kit.
Today in Gear we examine Barbour & Landrover's first collaboration, DSPTCH's new spring bags, coffee from the Berkshires and your new guide to moonshining.
Today's affordable tools, cameras, classes and copious creative outlets have brought making a film (one of the best story-telling devices) nearly to the everyman. Still, all those advances can't change a basic fact: sometimes making a movie means going to where the story is rather than waiting for it to come to you. But paying to check 10 Pelican cases of equipment will essentially eat your entire production budget, not to mention it's tough to sneak into a location if you have a fleet of boxes and bags. This kit can be carried by one or two people in traditional suitcases -- which means you get your shots, no matter where those shots may be.
Today in gear, we find LEGOS for the blossoming architect, a history of booze, boats you can afford and much more.
Is there a more appropriate topic to base a retrospective around than timepieces? Okay, yes, maybe a modified Delorean, but that was a rhetorical question anyhow. Few men’s accessories — indeed, few items a man could own — say more about their owner than a watch, and it’s been that way for centuries. To help...
Soundmatters Foxl Dash7 Sound Bar We’re not quite sure how it’s possible for electronics manufacturers to continue reducing the size of gadgets. At 7.5 inches long and 0.75 inches thick, this Bluetooth speaker isn’t much larger than your smartphone, but packs a serious punch all the same. Twoofers — tweeters/woofers — work alongside a Bass...
Stapleton Raincoat Manilla Despite our vain pleas for rain to go away and come again another day, the weather never seems to cooperate. The next time you’re forced into compliance with precipitation, consider protecting yourself with a proper raincoat like Stapleton’s modern interpretation of the classic. The British Millerain three-quarter length coat is London-made. $531...
Outlier Doublebag Two-sided bag with roll-top buckle closures. Fill one side with clean clothes; start your trip. Wear your clothes; change your clothes. Worn clothes go in second side. Second side expands; first side shrinks. Gross clothes don’t touch fresh clothes. Makes laundry easy. An obsessive’s dream bag. (It’s out of stock currently, but keep...
Oddly enough, the proliferation of electronic gadgetry, computer stuff and other digital goodies has made buying for the discerning sparkhead (we just coined that -- please enjoy and proliferate at will) tougher. With this list, we aim to make the shopping a little simpler by covering suggestions for readers, photogs, movie buffs and gamers. Take a gander and start clicking; your techie giftee will thank you, probably with an email or holographic video message or something.
Since 2010, San Francisco-based DSPTCH has designed rugged, functional camera straps that pair military-spec webbing and Paracord with high-quality hardware. They're available in a variety of excellent, reserved hues, but we couldn't help but wonder what a combination of blaze orange and matte black hardware might look like. Neither could DSPTCH -- and so we're pleased to introduce GP x DSPTCH straps in our signature color.
Your best side has shined brightly -- maybe brighter than you ever thought possible. You've been entertaining and engaging, listened patiently and laughed persuasively, doted and dated your way to the final exam: sleeping over. Clearly, you've done something right, but the light at the end of the tunnel still beckons. Though confidence has gotten you this far, now you'll be playing on her turf, and that requires backup. Bring these items and prepare for the best.
Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Whiskey Ready-made cocktails are wariness-inducing, oftentimes saccharine malt beverages — the drinkers of which refer to them as “bevvies”. Slow & Low is not part of that drinker’s scourge. Rather, this is a rye-whiskey-based Old Fashioned simmered with raw honey, orange peel and horehound to produce an easy-drinking cocktail right out...
Stayhold Car Trunk Accessory We’ve all strapped a gallon of milk into a seatbelt to keep it from churning itself to butter on the trip home. STAYHOLD sticks firmly to the carpet of your trunk, forming a wall to keep groceries and other small items in place while you do your best Schumacher impression. $13...
DSPTCH Camera Straps DSPTCH sling camera straps are made of red or grey military-spec 1- or 1.5-inch webbing; the wrist straps are braided 550 Type III paracord in a variety of colors (our favorite is the camo pattern); swap-able cord connectors are great for quick removal. Add in some new epoxy-coated 316 stainless steel hardware...
Dial down the touristy vibe on your next photo hunt, home or abroad, with a DSPTCH Camera Sling Strap ($48). Designed and made in San Francisco by a photographer — a man quite deft with the lens himself — is made using mil-spec commercial grade nylon webbing and outfitted with a uni-loop connector to ensure...
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