Bowers and Wilkins latest headphone innovation, a new daily moisturizer from The Art of Shaving, la Passione’s direct-to-consumer cycling gear and more.
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Bowers and Wilkins P5 Wireless
We have been huge fans of Bowers and Wilkins‘ P5 headphones and quite frankly didn’t think they could get much better. Until we heard that they were making them wireless. They took the same Bluetooth technology that helped deliver high-quality sound to the T7 and amped it up for the P5. The P5 is capable of producing the highest-quality sound that your device drivers can output whether it be a smartphone, laptop or tablet. They also feature intuitive controls that make it easy to pick up a call, skip tracks and play/pause. And the P5 Wireless’s dual microphones will provide quality sound when speaking on the phone, whereas other wireless headphones’ microphones are typically a letdown.
Sounder Goods Sonoma Leather Sunglass Strap
This new leather sunglass strap from Sounder Goods is cut thinner and narrower than their original sunglass strap and is made from full-grain pebbled Sonoma leather with a natural suede underside.
La Passione Summer Jersey
La Passione is taking Italian-designed, Italian-made cycling gear and bringing it to a direct-to-consumer model. By eliminating the middle man, la Passione’s jerseys are just as good as the ones you see in high-end bike shops, but at a fraction of the cost.
Rocky Mountain Maiden
Rocky Mountain’s new Maiden is an all-out downhill workhorse designed to crush everything in its path.
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The Art of Shaving Daily Moisturizer
Respected men’s grooming brand The Art of Shaving have released a new daily moisturizer that’s SPF 15 and is made from eucalyptus.
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