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Today in Gear: July 2, 2015

Garmin makes the first rear-facing radar for cyclists, KA-Bar makes an old-school commando knife with a new-school process, Fredericks & Mae brighten up your playing cards and more.



Bellroy Phone Case-3 Card
Anything that slows you down on your commute, you can definitely do without. The Bellroy Phone Case-3 Card acts as a minimal wallet that holds an iPhone 6, emergency cash, three cards and an extra SIM card. For the iPhone 6, it’s built out of strong polycarbonate and full-grain, vegetable-tanned leather. And since all your stuff is in one place, that’s less you have to keep track of on a night out. $65

Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards
Playing cards have been around since the ninth century, so it’s always refreshing to see a stylish new take on the game room stalwart. Fredericks & Mae playing cards brighten things up with a full color spectrum and a black-and-white Ben-Day dot pattern on the back. $13

Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K Drone
Yuneec says the Typhoon Q500 4K Drone is the new standard in aerial photography. With ultra high-definition 4K resolution and an automatic user-following “Watch Me Mode”, they might be on to something. As one of the the most advanced drones on the market it’s perfect for capturing the best footage of your adventures, even if you’re by yourself in the middle of nowhere. yuneec.com

KA-BAR Ek Model 4
Two things you want to see when shopping for a durable knife: “Made in the USA” and “tradition”. KA-BAR Knives brought back an old classic with the Ek Model 4. Based on the original John Ek Commando Knife that saw service in jungle warfare throughout the decades, KA-BAR builds on the original’s dependability and durability with modern knife-making processes. $126

Garmin Varia Rear View Radar
Garmin has created the world’s first cycling radar that warns you of approaching vehicles up to 153 yards behind you. Getting hit from behind is the leading cause of cycling fatalities in the US, a number Garmin aims to reduce. The radar can show multiple approaching vehicles, relative speed and threat level, and has an integrated tail light that warns drivers approaching from behind. $200

Viberg for 3sixteen Boots
Quality American apparel company 3sixteen teams up with Canadian veteran boot makers Viberg to create high-quality vintage-style boots. Viberg has been in the boot-making business for 80 years now, so they have quite the catalogue to dip into. The new line of boots from 3sixteen have been so popular that the Stealth Service boot, based off of Viberg’s 1950s Service boot, is the only model left. $720

Motorcycle Helmets with Old-School Looks, New-School Safety
Riding a café racer with a futuristic helmet is like wearing track shoes with a tweed jacket. They just don’t go. Here’s how to go properly retro. Read this story
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