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Today in Gear: April 1, 2015

The Amazon Dash Button, Logitech’s best-ever wireless mouse, Adams Golf’s Blue Line of golf clubs, a collapsible hiking chair that promises “big chair comfort” and more.



Amazon Dash Button
For button-pushing enthusiasts, Amazon has come out with more buttons to push. Each dash button is designated for a specific household brand, from Bounty paper towels to Tide laundry detergent. The idea is to stick the adhesive button somewhere close to where you store a specific item. When you run low, click the button and a notification gets sent through the Amazon app on your smartphone, allowing you to order more right then and there. amazon.com

Adams Golf’s Blue Line
In 2014 more golf professionals on the PGA TOUR used Adams Golf hybrids than any other hybrid. Now Adams, a division of TaylorMade Golf Company, has released a new Blue line of clubs (driver, fairway wood, hybrid and set of irons) that feature Adams’ Easy Launch System. These are clubs for those who need help getting loft on the ball. adamsgolf.com

Everlane Anorak
High-quality apparel at honest prices is what Everlane’s about. Their Anorak hooded jacket is water-resistant, lightweight and costs a fraction of what you’d find at a retail store. So if you’re looking for a spring jacket, start here. $98

WaterField Zip Brief MacBook Case
With paper becoming more and more obsolete, men need their briefcases to carry just one thing: a laptop. This venerable bag is made with waxed canvas or ballistic nylon and has a naturally tanned leather trim. The slim briefcase is capable of carrying a 12- to 15-inch MacBook Retina and has several compartments for iPhone and chargers. $179

Mx Master Wireless Mouse
Logitech, the company that has constantly set the benchmark for wireless mice, is calling this their best mouse ever. The Mx Master is built for precision and productivity. It has a speed-adaptive scroll wheel as well as a side-to-side scrolling thumb wheel. And its Darkfield laser sensor allows it to be used on pretty much any surface — even glass. $100

Therm-a-Rest Treo Chair
Campers and hikers normally can’t make room in their daypack for a chair. But for this one, they might make an exception. It folds down into a small tripod, sets up in a snap and promises “big chair comfort in an exceptionally small package”. Sounds like the ideal spot to enjoy a post-hike adult beverage. $100

ASICS GELQuantum 360
These new running shoes won’t be available until July, so hold your horses. But that doesn’t mean runners shouldn’t be excited. The GELQuantum 360 will be ASICS’s first-ever running shoe to feature 360 degrees of GEL Cushioning technology. So they promise to be more comfortable and higher performing than any other ASICS shoe. ~$170

Getting an Education in Off-Road Speed
GP correspondent Bryan Campbell spent four days in the New Hampshire wilderness whipping rally cars over the snow and ice. Read this story
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