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Today in Gear: April 22, 2015

Dapper watches for under $300, Gerber’s Strongarm Serrated Edge Fixed Blade, Snow Peak launches two new camp stoves and more.



Snow Peak GeoShield Stove
Just in time for camping season, Japanese brand Snow Peak just launched two new backpacking stoves, the BiPod and the GeoShield. The latter includes a detachable windscreen made of stainless steel that collapses for easy storage on the trail. Weighing just 12.5 ounces, the GeoShield boasts an impressive 11,200 BTU output and a boil time of 3 minutes, 15 seconds. $100

Gerber Strongarm Serrated Edge Fixed Blade
The latest tactical blade by Gerber, the Strongarm Serrated Edge Fixed Blade, has everything you’d want in a survival knife. It’s lightweight (7.2 ounces), has an easy-to-grip rubber overmold handle, and has a 420HC blade that won’t corrode or break apart — ever. $86

Nobis Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
Nobis was founded by one of the men behind Canada Goose, so their new jackets can handle the cold as well as the transitional months. Each jacket features patented cells of Canadian white duck down fill and was tailored to regulate temperature so you’re never too hot or cold. nobis.ca

Epson M-Tracer MT500GII Golf Swing Analyzer
This recently released club-mounted device relays several vital swing metrics (swing path, club-head speed, face angle, tempo and more) directly to its app, and gives golfers interactive 3-D videos of their swings. Designed to give golfers instant feedback, it’s the ideal tool for golf coaches and intuitive golfers who like to break down their swings by the numbers. $299

Daniel Wellington Dapper Collection
These slender 38mm watches boast blue hands, Italian leather straps, a rose gold or silver case and a price tag under $300. danielwellington.com

GoPro HEROCast
This wireless transmitter was made so professional athletes could broadcast their unbelievable POV footage live to viewers. But obviously that won’t stop us “amateurs” from giving this wearable, mountable and durable device a go. gopro.com

Do as the Locals Do, Ride a Mountain Bike
Singletrack isn’t for sissies. NZ’s mountains are steep and aggressive, and they’re best tackled on a bike, with courage. Read this story
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