Today in Gear: October 21, 2014
Today in Gear: A travel coffee kit, green boots, Bill Parcells' memoir, Spotify Family and more.
Today in Gear: August 27, 2014
Today in Gear: Blue Microphones' new Mo-Fi headphones, Shwood Acetate & Stone Fifty/Fifty sunglasses, the Timbuk2 x Red Hook Crit Travel Backpack, a modular kayak and more.
Kit: Fool’s Gold 100
Competing in endurance mountain bike racing requires a significant amount of time on the bike. There are days when you eat your breakfast and lunch on the go, get on your bike before the sun comes up and even get lost in the woods trying to find six hours worth of trails. We all settle into distinct collections of gear to make the bike our home, but for us, this kit offers the perfect blend of performance, durability and comfort.
Timbuk2 Tool Shed
Constructed of waterproof and grease-resistant Tarpaulin, the Timbuk2 Tool Shed $35 can handle being tossed around and is easily secured by an anodized aluminum buckle. Despite Toolmonger pointing out that it's suited for the hipster-repairman or Timbuk2's own claim of
Timbuk2 Limited Edition Tour de France Climber Messenger Bag
Cyclists and cycling fans are no doubt enthralled to see their sport's premier event, the Tour de France, underway and in full swing. It's only appropriate then that Timbuk2, a company that consistently tops the podium in messenger bag design and
Timbuk2 Classic Messenger 2010
When the term messenger bag comes up, it's sometimes associated with the particularly nasty term man purse. While series like 24 and movies like the Indiana Jones trilogy (because we don't count the last one) have caused the term to be
Timbuk2 Covert Messenger Bag
Walking or biking the streets late at night isn't always the safest thing to do. However there are many of us, including myself, that consider ourselves to be night owls. Whether we're carrying around books, clothes or gear, a good messenger bag is