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This Week in Gear: October 26-30

A look back at an entire week’s worth of gear.

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Good morning, and welcome to the latest edition of This Week in Gear — your single-shot serving of an entire week’s worth of killer new gear pulled from our weekday editions of Today in Gear. Bookmark it to peruse over Sunday football and start your Monday completely up to speed. Here’s to another fantastic week.

On the Radar


Reveals, New Launches and Gear


The Kicker Tool by DMOS Collective

For backcountry skiers and snowboarders looking to build their own jumps, here’s what DMOS Collective calls the perfect tool. The Kicker Tool is a robust shovel/rake hybrid that’s built with “2.5mm aircraft-quality aluminum.” Designed to both move and sculpt snow, it has a 56.5-inch shaft that’ll hopefully prevent you from destroying your back while shoveling. The whole tool is easily disassembled (it has a telescoping shaft) and can fit in a backpack. Still not sold? Professional Snowboarder Travis Rice brings it with him when he seeks some winter inspiration.

Learn More: Here

Sightseer Sling Strap by HoldFast Gear

This rustic camera strap can expand to hold lenses and cell phone pouches.

Buy Now: $185

Brunton Lightwave Amp

Brunton’s new Bluetooth-compatible lantern has an integrated speaker system. And if $200 is too steep for you, they sell a smaller $70 option.

Buy Now: $200

K-Swiss x Billy Reid Collection

K-Swiss and Billy Reid have once again collaborated. This time they’ve created an Arlington Shoe, which also comes in a high-top.

Buy Now: $175

Blaze Laserlight Silver

A 13-hour battery life and a 300-lumen LED bulb (which also has a 100 lumen setting) makes this an ideal light for bike commuters.

Buy Now: ~$192

Burton x Alpha x Undefeated Collection

In this new collection is a trench coat, bomber jacket, one-piece, parka, winter cargo pants and mittens.

Learn More: Here

United By Blue Ultimate American Jacket

The latest in non-down outerwear is United By Blue’s bison-hair-insulated jacket. The waterproof four-layer jacket features a removable vest and 14 pockets for prime versatility as fall inches towards winter. The naturally temperature-regulating bison fibers make it great for temperatures between -10 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit. And lastly, it’s made entirely in the USA.

Learn More: Here

SE Bikes Fat Ripper

Fat biking’s getting big (pun not intended). SE Bikes’ Fat Ripper combines BMX elements like alloy Floval tubing, a Looptail rear end and Landing Gear Forks with 26 x 3.5-inch tires, disc brakes and more.

Learn More: Here

Voyager Duffel

The compact Voyager Duffel was made with leather chosen for its propensity to conform to the belongings within it. And the optional inclusion of Karma Go wi-fi conforms to your tech habits.

Learn More: Here

MiPow Power Tube 3000

With its built-in USB USB connector and Lightning connector, this portable battery solves more than one headache for juice-guzzling iPhone owners.

Buy Now: $50

Meyer Optik Görlitz Nocturnus 35mm f/0.95 for Fuji Film

$2,208 for a lens might seem absurd — but then, so is a f/0.95 aperture.

Learn More: Here

Stock x High Life Collection

Whatever your thoughts on Miller, don’t dismiss their collaboration with Stock, a new clothing manufacturer producing its wares in Chicago.

Learn More: Here

Billy Reid Shiloh Shawl Collar

This shawl collar sweater is completely made of cotton and comfortable for fall.

Buy Now: $185

‘Halo 5: Guardians’

In the latest installment of the Halo franchise, Master Chief is no longer the good guy. Or is he?

Buy Now: $60

Blackberry Priv

This new Android-based smartphone has Blackberry’s renowned keyboard and a 5.4-inch dual-curved screen.

Buy Now: $699

Blue Lola Headphones

Blue just launched its new Lola headphones. Available in either white or black, the headphones are a slimmed-down, lightweight version of the Mo-Fi headphones that Blue released last year. The Lolas are lighter (and more comfortable to wear for prolonged periods) because they lack a built-in amp. But each still boasts a 50mm fiber-reinforced driver, delivering beautiful, complex sound.

Buy Now: ~$306

Pico – Craft Beer at Home

As a Keurig does with coffee, this Kickstarter product allows people to easily make their own craft beer at home (though it’s still a one- to two-week process).

Learn More Here

Everlane Italian Dress Shirt

Everlane’s new dress shirt is slim fitting, made in Italy with 100 percent cotton, and is available in three different colors (white, black or gray).

Buy Now: $78

New Triumph Bonneville Motorcycles

Triumph’s new generation of Bonneville racing motorcycles — the Street Twin, the T120, T120 Black, Thruxton and Thruxton R — features a new proprietary engine family (delivering between 900cc and 1,200cc depending on the model), alongside redesigned chassis and suspension design. Design-wise, they take after the classic ’59 and ’68 Bonneville bikes, modernizing the classic silhouettes with LED rear and headlights and over 470 accessories available for riders to customize the bikes at their whims.

Learn More: Here

Worn&Wound AVI-8 X

50m water resistance, a matte black dial, PVD/brushed steel and a Miyota 8245 Automatic movement come together in this handsome collab.

Learn More: Here

Sentri Home Security System

Sentri, a home security system funded in part by Microsoft Ventures, plays host to most of the usual smart home features — motion detection, air quality monitoring, microphones and speakers, etc. — but centralizes everything in a 10.1-inch touchscreen. It also pairs with Nest, Hue and more.

Learn More: Here

Yesler Technical Hoodie

This Seattle-made hoodie is weather resistant, can handle a beating and is great for a casual Saturday at home.

Learn More: Here

Vintage Industrial Furniture

Vintage Industrial’s furniture is crafted from a mishmash of reclaimed, American-manufactured and sustainably sourced materials.

Learn More: Here

Damascus Steel Coin Bottle Opener

Toss the Key West souvenir bottle opener. Lose the lobster-shaped one you got in Maine. You craft brews demand Damascus steel and an ergonomically designed hand piece chiseled from aerospace aluminum. All for the low low price of $230.

Buy Now: $230

Hydrogen-1 AT85 Brogue Boots

San Francisco-based Hydrogen-1 makes leather shoes for all occasions. Their wedge-soled boot with brogue accents works well in a number of situations and pairs well with selvedge denim. The crepe sole maintains grip on wet leaves and is comfortable enough for all-day wear.

Buy Now: $455

Courverture & The Garbstore No Chemicals Large Candle

This candle is blended by hand in Paris from essential oils and will fill your home with notes of aromatic spice, pink pepper, bergamot and ginger.

Buy Now: ~$184

Ten Thousand Foundation Shorts

These workout shorts are made from high-performance materials and feature a reflective accent on the leg to keep you safe during evening or early-morning workouts.

Buy Now: $55

Buck Mason Heather Gray Raglan Sweatshirt

Nothing compares to a soft, comfortable new sweatshirt, and Buck Mason’s is sewn in Los Angeles.

Buy Now: $78

DU/ER No Sweat Pant

DU/ER’s new No Sweat pants come in three styles and three colors. They feature technical stretch fabric combined with comfortable cotton for a perfect middle ground.

Buy Now: $88+

Outdoor Technology Los Cabos Wireless Headphones

Cut the cord with these new headphones from Outdoor Technology.

Buy Now: $60


Deals of Note


Great Products at a Great Price


Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones

Save $80 on these critically acclaimed headphones, heralded by outlets like CNET as the best headphones under $200.

Buy Now: $129+

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