Every product is carefully selected by our editors. If you buy from a link, we may earn a commission.

Today in Gear: March 25, 2015

The perfect summer shorts by Onia, Red Wing’s Foreman Chukka, a new March Madness-ready sports app and more.



Shaw Lite Short
Onia’s first-ever tech-inspired board shorts are perfect for summer. Each pair is made with a four-way stretch material that’s also water resistant. They’re great swim trunks, but thanks to their precision paneling and engineered seaming, they make comfortable and functional shorts as well. $195

Thuuz Sports
True sports fans want need real-time score updates, especially during March Madness. And that’s what Thuuz Sports delivers. It uses an algorithm to rate team rankings and seeds, the pace of games, social media buzz and more, and it gives fans punctual updates about sports ranging from European soccer to college hockey. Free

Search and State Spring Line
Look out for this NYC-based company’s 2015 Spring Line, which will be released in early April. From new riding jerseys, to vests, to shorts and more, they’ll have them all in a spectrum of spring colors. searchandstate.com

Bushnell Tour X JOLT Rangefinder
With Masters right around the corner, golf fans are just getting revved up. To get you even more excited, Bushnell is releasing a tournament-legal rangefinder that has everything to help shake off that early-season rust. It reads yardage and slopes, and allows for toggling between display sharpness and colors for optimal visibility. bushnellgolf.com

Nite Ize LED Run Vest
Nite Ize makes tech-based solutions for nighttime challenges. Their new LED Run Vest is lightweight and weather resistant, and it illuminates brightly enough for cars to easily see it in the dark. The vest runs on (easily replaceable) 3V lithium batteries and has zippered dry pockets for valuables. $36

Red Wing Foreman Chukka
The combination of a premium leather upper, a rugged neoprene sole and over 108 years of company experience: these are Red Wing’s Foreman Chukkas. They come in two colors (Briar Oil Slick or Black Harness) and are versatile enough to wear to work, no matter where you work. $290

Everyday Carry Knives for the Distinguished Gentleman
Just because you’re all gussied up doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take a blade along. Read this story
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Today in Gear