DSPTCH’s new wristwatch, the ultimate utility knife, a foldable cargo bike and more.
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DSPTCH Lum-Tec Special Edition Combat B25 43mm Watch
DSPTCH have officially entered the arms race to occupy the real estate on your wrist. Their entry comes in the form of a Lum-Tec wristwatch with a Miyota OS20J movement. Its sapphire crystal features an anti-reflective coating and its case back is constructed of stainless steel. Water-resistant up to 200 meters, it comes with two different watch straps — a green and a black, both with matching hardware. Limited-numbered run of 50.
OLIVERS The Merino Pullover
Merino wool is the perfect fall fabric and OLIVERS’ new Merino Pullover is the perfect silhouette to utilize it.
Ragged Mountain Knife Works Starnettle Everyday Utility Knife
This new utility knife from Ragged Mountain Knife Works features a one-piece construction milled from D2 steel.
Frameri x EnChroma Sunglasses
Not only do Frameri’s new sunglasses look great, they also help people affected by colorblindness to see in vivid color.
West Elm Industrial Concrete Side Table
West Elm’s modern concrete side table is just the right look to cap a couch or occupy the space next to your bed.
Tern & Xtracycle Cargo Node
Tern and Xtracycle have teamed up to launch an all-new folding cargo bike — creating the most versatile cargo bike ever.
Reviews and Buying Guides
Advice from the Crew
A Beer for Every NFL Team
Forgo mass market beers and bring a six-pack to tailgate that better represents your team. Here are 32 very drinkable craft beers for tailgating this winter. Read the Review
The 10 Best Mountain Bike Rides in Wyoming
Wyoming’s mountain bike trails cover vastly different types of terrain, offering a little bit of everything. From beginner to advanced, here are some of the best. Read the Review
Reviews and News from around the Web
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Wired got their hands on the new UE Boom 2 and have an early review.
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