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Today In Gear: April 24, 2015

PX’s Invisible backpack, a leather-accented watch dock by Mophie, new modular headphones from AIAIAI and more.



Mophie Watch Dock
From the same company known for their line of smartphone-charging cases, Mophie’s leather-accented Watch Dock coincides with the launch of the Apple Watch. It’s an understated addition to any nightstand, concealing the charging cable to eliminate clutter. Simply place your Apple Watch on the station to charge. Units ship early May. $60

Your time would be better spent testing your limits on the open road than testing your patience doing 29-point turns on a motorcycle in the garage. TurnCycle simplifies the process with a spinning disk that rotates your bike on its center stand so that it’s pointed out and ready to ride the moment you hop on. $185

AIAIAI TMA-2 Modular Headphones
Copenhagen-based brand AIAIAI understands the needs and preferences that audio electronic users have. That’s why their durable, modular headphones are configured for home, studio and stage use, with quality guaranteed across the board. Both preset and customizable versions are available. aiaiai.dk

RVCA Whitehead Hybrid Shorts
RVCA’s Whitehead Hybrid shorts bring a new look to the shore with an abstract pattern, triple-needle-stitched rises and side-seam pockets. Streamlined carry comes in the form of a patch pocket on the back of the right leg, while the zipper closure and drawstrings at the fly secure the shorts comfortably at the waistline. $58

Uniqlo’s Michael Bastian Polo Collection
Michael Bastian, once the fashion director at Bergdord Goodman, started his own line of luxury menswear almost a decade ago. Today, his latest collaboration with Uniqlo consists of a feature line of polos in a range of aesthetics, colors, and fit with a price point we can all enjoy. $25

PX Invisible Backpack
Having a massive utilitarian backpack may meet the demands out in the wild, but in the concrete jungle it only causes more problems. With its slim profile, PX Urbanwear’s Invisible Backpack is great for weaving in and out of crowded sidewalks and packing into the train home. The pack’s superior weight distribution lets it sit on your shoulders more gently than any padding would. You’ll hardly know it’s there. And with its minimalistic style, you won’t look like a backpacking tourist just passing through. $205

72 Hours in Wanaka
The lake, mountains and trails are nice to look at. Sure. But don’t go to Wanaka to sit around and stare. Go there to get out and explore. Read this story
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