Today in Gear: July 3, 2015

A mile-high cocktail kit, stealth communications for motorcycle helmets, Japanese camera gear and more.



Carry On Cocktail Kit
Unless you’re flying super-ultra-first-class, you can’t expect much more than a fun-size bottle of Moscato to take the edge off. That all changes with the Carry On Cocktail Kit, a TSA-approved tin box filled with ingredients for two servings of one classic cocktail: options include the Old Fashioned, the Gin & Tonic and one yet-to-be-announced drink. Just beware of turbulence. $24

Founders Brewing reDANKulous Imperial Red IPA
More grounded drinkers (in every sense) can look forward to the latest in Founders Brewing‘s Backstage series: the reDANKulous Imperial Red IPA. The 9.5% ABV bottle is buoyed by Caramalt, roasted barley and heaping hops, including Chinook, Mosaic and Simcoe for a high-gravity brew.

Sena 10U Motorcycle Bluetooth Communication System
If two-wheeled speed is more your poison, make sure your riding partners can hear you clearly with the Sena 10U, which appropriates the well-honed convenience of Bluetooth phone controls for your helmet and handlebars. Designed by Sena Technologies, the speaker and microphone are designed to mount to such helmets as the Shoei GT-Air, Shoei Neotec, Schuberth C3 and C3 Pro, and Arai helmets, pairing with an easy-to-mount handlebar control. $299

Domenic Fiorello Studio Homestead Hook
Homebodies, get your kicks with these handsome American walnut-and-brass hooks, a minimalist solution to storing your keys, hats, bags and more. Crafted via the Eames-standard method of bent lamination, they’re minimal in form but endlessly useful. $38

Convoy Kevlar Camera Strap
For the out-and-about shutterbug, this sling-style strap is a worthy addition to your everyday setup. Its minimalist style is offset by detailed construction: a four-layered leather neck cushion, Japanese sewing and rivets and an 48-to-51-inch Kevlar-webbed strip. The leather will patina over time, so that it tells as much of a story as any of your photographs. $85 \

Snow Peak Kamael Camera Accessories
Did the term “Japanese sewing” get you in a tizzy? Then you can look forward to Snow Peak’s Kamael line of camera accessories, currently available in Japan (American release date TBD). The line includes a rain-proof backpack with a 840D nylon shell, a compact but comprehensive shoulder bag, camera straps and a dome-shaped tent.

12 Raglan Tees for Comfortable Summer Wear
Originally from Europe, the raglan t-shirt has since become an icon of classic Americana, defined by its collar-to-cuff sleeves common in old-school sportswear. Here are the best in a range of different styles and prices. Read this story
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