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10 Products GP Readers Bought in February

We take a look back at the most popular stories and products from the past month.

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Despite its short 28 days, a lot managed to fit itself into February this year. Valentine’s Day came and went, we enjoyed interesting finger food recipes while watching the Patriots win the Super Bowl in the most boring fashion ever, and we even saved a bit of dough over the President’s Day weekend before watching Free Solo take home an Oscar. To round things out, we’ve pulled together a list of 10 of the most popular products we covered this February. Check them all out below.

Herman Miller Aeron Chair

“By virtually any measure, Herman Miller’s Aeron task chair is one of, if not the, greatest desk chair of all-time. It was the first successful integration of airy mesh into task chair design. Shoot, it even earned a spot in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection.” — Will Price

Buy Now: $470

Bouqs Tulips

“The Bouqs Co. lets you choose between 18, 36 or 54 tulips delivered with a signature vase.” — J.D. DiGiovanni

Buy Now: $50

James Brand Ellis Knife

“If there were only one iconic pocket knife, it’d likely be the Swiss Army Knife. The James Brand wants to replace it.” — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $99

Patagonia Micro-Puff Jacket

“Since it came out in the fall of 2017, Patagonia’s Micro Puff Jacket has been our choice for the best synthetic insulated jacket.” — Tanner Bowdon

Buy Now: $160

Glerups Slippers

“That conception you have about slippers — that they’re fluffy, indoors-only shoes — it’s wrong. Not entirely (most slippers likely fit that description), but some examples refute it, elevating the slipper to something that’s not only cozy but practical too.” — Tanner Bowdon

Buy Now: $100+

Leatherman Wave

“Leatherman, like Kleenex and Band-Aid, is one of those brand names that has come to stand for the category of products it produces: multi-tools.” — Tanner Bowdon

Buy Now: $100

Teva Wilder Water Shoes

“The practical use cases for the Wilder are easily imagined: rafting, kayaking, canoeing, hiking and so on. Given the recent adoption of functional outdoor clothing elements by the fashion industry — from down jacket baffles to strappy Teva-like sandals — it’s also easy to see how the Wilder can work in places like New York City and Tokyo.” — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $102

Adidas Ultraboost

“When Adidas launched its updated version of the best-selling Ultraboost back in December, we were excited, as was the rest of the running community — it quickly sold out. At 3 AM Thursday, three new colors of the Ultraboost 19 hit shelves (online), and we have a feeling they’ll sell out before long.” —Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $180

Jabra Elite Active Earbuds

“They sound superb and have an impressive mic array to make taking calls clear and easy. The Elite Active 65t also work with Amazon Alexa, as well as your smartphone’s native assistant.” —Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $125

LG OLED65C8O 65″ HDR UHD Smart OLED TV

“eBay is running a deal on a brand-new C8 for $1,999 – that’s almost $1,500 off. Yes, it’s still expensive, but it’s not that bad considering that we’re talking about LG’s top-of-the-line 4K OLED TV. And LG makes the best 4K OLED TVs.” —Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $2,000

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