A new cycling jacket that will keep you safe, Cotopaxi’s new tent, Sixpoint’s latest bean beer and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Lumenus All Weather Cycling Jacket
Lumenus’ new All Weather cycling jacket is designed to shelter you from the elements and keep you safe out on the road. It features a weather-resistant design and is lightweight enough to pack down into a pocket. The best features of the jacket are the light strips built into the hem and shoulders. In tandem with a bike light, they are guaranteed to make you visible and safe on your evening commute.
evrgrn Rollback Pack
This new water-resistant pack from Evrgrn features a magnetic closure, a padded sleeve for laptops up to 15 inches and a rolltop design for plenty of storage space.
Pack Animal Saddle Bag
Keep all of your gear safe and secure without cramping the style of your new cafe racer. Pack Animal’s new saddle bags perform as good as they look.
Cotopaxi Techno 3 Tent
Cotopaxi’s new Techno 3 Tent comes in at a great price point, is socially responsible and will keep you safe from the elements this fall.
Levi’s Motion Jeans
Stretch has been a mainstay in women’s denim for some time, but it has only recently started to make appearances in the men’s market. Levi’s has entered the ring with their new line of Motion Jeans.
Hot on the back of the release of 4Beans, Sixpoint has filed a label for 5Beans — which features a similar recipe to 4Beans with the addition of cardamom.
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Reviews and News from around the Web
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