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Today in Gear: February 16, 2015

Reflective baggage tags, stevia-infused gin, the Warby Parker of luxury footwear and more.



Ari Levy Fire Tools
Designed by Arik Levy, an alumnus of Switzerland’s Art Center Europe, these tools for the fireplace are constructed of lightweight aluminum with rubber handles for easy gripping. Each includes tongs, a shovel, a brush, and finally, a storage bucket with the word “fire” emblazoned on its side. $250

Best Made Co. Zip Pouches
Constructed from 10-ounce water-repellent canvas, these utility zip pouches from Best Made Co. are available in two different sizes — 8-inch and 10-inch — depending on your organizational needs. They’re outfitted with an unmarked black label painted across the front, which can be inscribed with chalk without damaging the fabric. $34+

NOTCOT IPS-003 Custom Tags
These blacked-out tags from Los Angeles brand NOTCOT reveal reflective stripes under strong light. Made from vegetable-tanned leather, the company can customize the other side of each tag with up to 10 characters of your choosing, making the product an understated baggage tag. $55

Anchor Old Tom Gin
Following the release of their previous two small-batch gins, Anchor Distilling Company announces the Anchor Old Tom Gin, a pot-distilled unfiltered spirit with an unlikely ingredient. In addition to the stalwart botanicals — juniper berries, star anise, licorice root — the gin is produced with stevia, adding sweetness and silky complexion. anchordistilling.com

Paul Drish Luxury Footwear
What Warby Parker is to eyewear, Paul Drish is to footwear. They’ve cut out the middle man selling shoes by focusing the business on e-commerce, considerably reducing the prices of luxury items that rival the quality of their high-end competitors. There are currently 27 styles in their collection, each shipping with a leather shoehorn and an additional padded insole. pauldrish.com

A Chronological Compendium of Watches Print
With watches dating back to 1530, this limited-edition print pays homage to 47 different watches with hand illustrations collected from different artists. Watches range from the Rolex Submariner to the Jaeger-LeCoultre Duometre. Each print ships signed and numbered by all the artists involved. $29

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