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Today in Gear: February 11, 2015

The Cycloc Endo Bicycle Rack, a minimalist table by 2131, q-JAYS earphones, new Converse All Star sneakers and more.



37.5 Bedding
The mattress gets the brunt of the blame for a poor night’s sleep. But what if it were your sheets’ fault? 37.5’s patented fabric has been used in adidas and Under Armour activewear for years; now they’ve come out with bedding. Their sheets contain active particles to regulate a sleeper’s microclimate. Overheating? It naturally dispels heat. Too cold? It knows when to retain heat. Desperate to get more sleep? Try these. thirtysevenfive.com ()

2131 Extending Table
Some people like to constantly rearrange their furniture. For them, consistent change and versatility are a must. This 2131 table fits that mold by being able to grow from 5 inches to 10 inches and has the capacity to fit parties of 4 to 8. It also can change shape and easily be repositioned. But since it’s handcrafted (beautifully) from American walnut in Los Angeles, prepare to face a Hollywood price. $2,600

Converse All Star Chuck ’70 Leather
Inspired by the ’70s and fully stocked with modern details, these Converse All Stars are both authentic and durable. They’re made from egret leather and feature rawhide laces. Definitely fresh, but those unused to white kicks should know they’ll need fairly consistent cleaning. $125

q-JAYS earphones
While the tagline “world’s smallest earphones with exchangeable cables” is unbelievably niche, there’s no doubt these new Jays have piqued our interest. Each earbud has two speakers built into it — for low and medium/high frequencies — to emit precise, high-quality audio. They’re made of scratch-resistant, anti-fingerprint stainless steel and come with a remote and mic cable that are compatible with iOS, Windows and Android devices. Small capable of taking a beating, these are optimal for those who hate rocking bulky headphones. $399+

Cree Connected LED Bulb
At just $15 a pop and available at any Home Depot, price and availability are the strong points for Cree’s new smart bulbs. With the touch of a smartphone, they can turn on and off and dim. Additionally, each promises 25,000 hours of life and will cost users a whooping $1.64 per year. Unfortunately at the moment they only pair with the Wink Hub, but Cree has assured that this singularity will become a list — soon. $15/each ()

Cycloc Endo Bicycle Storage
When faced up against other indoor bike racks, the Cycloc Endo is in the middle of the pack price-wise. But it comes with a rear wheel pad to protect against wall scuff marks, which is unique. It’s London-made, comes in several primary colors, durable and hardly takes up any wall space. This Eurobike Award 2014 winner is a solid option for city folk in the market for a bike rack. $70

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