Today in Gear: September 23, 2014

Today in Gear: Hanging plants with Boskke, fall suede bomber jacket from Unis, Canon’s PowerShot G7 X and more.



Hot Candy Heater
Handcrafted in Japan, the Hot Candy Heater attachment for the Trangia multiplies the versatilely of this camp stove’s alcohol burner in cold environments. Similar to a space heater, this handy device converts the burning fuel’s energy into more than an hour of sustained heat on a full burner, which can easily be refilled and reused. Even at a humble 0.16 pounds, it still packs a lot of heat. $64

Boskke Sky Ceramic Planter
Cramped city quarters necessitate innovative design like that of Boskke’s Sky Planter, which maximizes on the vertical potential in our homes and apartments. These upside-down planters give way to the much-needed greenery in the urban milieu while conserving water with a unique reservoir feeder. $59
Unis-New-York-Suede-Bomber Gear Patrol

Unis New York Suede Bomber
This modern bomber jacket fits slimmer than the classic bombardier silhouette. With ribbed cuffs and a collar to match, the body features a lightweight suede for comfort’s sake, but its interior liner still keeps its wearer warm. $850

Bills Khakis Mulholland Berkeley Duffle Bag
The new collaboration from Bill’s Khakis and Mulholland is a partnering of opposites. The Berkeley Duffle Bag blends the essence of both brands: East Coast and West, waxed canvas and leather. Waterproof with ample storage, each duffle is sown by hand and durable enough to withstand time and heavy use. $575

Canon PowerShot G7 X
Available for preorder, this compact, high-performance camera from Canon will feature a 1-inch, 20.2 Megapixel High-Sensitivty CMOS sensor to help in low-light situations, and an IS-equipped lens allowing for a more widely framed shot. The camera excels in HD video as well, recording at 60 frames per second with instant, high-quality playback. $700

Dewalt DCS387 Saw
This 20V MAX Lithium Ion Cordless Reciprocating Saw from Dewalt follows the DCS380 model, but has shorter blade (2.5 inches) for tight spaces and grants better control overall with the inclusion of a fixed pivoting shoe and ergonomic handle. Wood, PVC, and various metals stands no chance. Learn More

Five Best Hot Sauces from the Pacific Northwest
The stateside culture of craft hot sauce has had a slow-burn response to veteran heavyweights like Tabasco and Texas Pete, which sacrifice flavor for heat. Enthusiasts today are gazing toward the Pacific Northwest, where artisans are using the quality and abundance of fresh, local ingredients to produce wildly diverse newcomers to our country’s cabinet of hot sauces. We tried five of the best. Read this story
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