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Today in Gear: November 11, 2015

Vibram’s new Sole Factor, J.

Chase Pellerin

Vibram’s new Sole Factor, Onitsuka Tiger sneakers, a Leica camera bag and more.

On the Radar

Reveals, New Launches and Gear

Vibram Sole Factor

Vibram’s new Sole Factor program aims to reduce waste and bring new life to your shoes. Regardless of shoe style, shape or original sole material, Vibram’s Sole Factor will slap an all-new Vibram sole on there starting at $75. Most times the uppers of shoes will be in perfectly good condition, but the soles will wear out and leave them destined for the trash. Do yourself and the environment a favor and breath new life into your old kicks.

Learn More: Here

ONA The Bowery Bag for Leica

Keeping your Leica M safe has never been easier with ONA’s new messenger-style camera bag.

Buy Now: $279

Onitsuka Tiger Alliance x J.Crew

Onitsuka Tiger was one of the original sneaker companies, and their newest collaboration with J.Crew features a perforated suede upper.

Buy Now: $130

Herb Lester Hotel Notepads

These new artisan note pads feature headings from fictional hotels like the Overlook Hotel from The Shining.

Buy Now: ~$18

Prairie Artisan Ales Christmas Bomb

Prairie Artisan Ales’ newest Bomb variation is Christmas Bomb, a 13% ABV imperial stout brewed with cinnamon bark.

Learn More: Here

Urbanears Sumpan

The Sumpan is Urbanears’s newest earphone and features a tangle-free design and a range of colors.

Buy Now: $29

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Noteworthy Reads

Reviews and News from around the Web

The Wall Street Journal explores the question, “Is the Jumbo Jet Era Coming to an End?

The Atlantic goes in depth with the new Fallout 4.

Remember trying to figure out directions before GPS? Fast Company takes a look at these new maps, designed by Archie Archambault, that depict cities the way someone would have thought of them before the GPS/Google Maps directions era.

Looking Ahead

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