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Today in Gear: April 21, 2015

The new Wilson Blade 98 tennis racket, Nike’s tour-exclusive putter, a portable keyboard by Logitech and more.



Newline HALO
Rasmus Storm, founder of Copenhagen’s Storim boutique, has joined forces with the Danish athletic brand Newline to create Halo, a Military-inspired hybrid athletic collection. Halo provides a progressive interaction between functional materials in an edgier street design. The entire line is available in the US exclusively at Urban Outfitters Without Walls. $80+

Wilson Blade 98
The new Wilson Blade 98 tennis racket is designed for those who play a more aggressive style, but need extra control. The Blade 98’s parallel drilling, braided graphite-and-basalt construction and dense string pattern combine for a traditional feel, enhanced control and more consistent shots. $199

Nike Method 006 Putter
Nike worked closely with the number one golfer in the world, Rory McIlroy, for the Nike Method 006 Putter, a tour-exclusive putter that infuses Polymetal Groove technology for superior roll and soft feel. Available in limited qualities at nike.com, this putter offers a familiar shape to the pre-existing 006, but with a drastically deeper mill pattern for immense control. If Rory likes it, you will too. $450

Logitech Keys-To-Go
Logitech’s Keys-To-Go keyboard supplies an ultra-portable, stand-alone addition to your tablet or smartphone. Its durable FabricSkin surface fights off dust, dirt, crumbs, and even spills. And with a 3-month battery life, it’s a no-brainer for future productivity. $70

Bellroy Phone Pocket
Bellroy’s Phone Pocket Wallet offers a secure and remarkably slim spot for your smartphone, cash and cards, with sections for your SIM card, keys, and folded bills, too. Its zip closure keeps all your necessities snug and secure between folds of Bellroy’s standard full-grain vegetable tanned leathers, making for some welcome peace of mind. $100

BaseLift for MacBook
Compatible with all current MacBook Pro and Air models, the Baselift is a ultra thin microfiber pad and stand that attaches to the bottom of your computer. Its elevated angle creates a more comfortable typing experience on desks; for lap use, the Baselift also lies flat to protect you from heat from the bottom of the Macbook. It fits easily inside most bags and cases, making it a seamless addition to your workflow. $40

How to Make the Perfect Flat White
Invented in Australia, pioneered and perfected in New Zealand, the flat white embodies the spirit of New Zealand’s budding coffee culture. Read this story
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