A carry-on bag with built-in charger, Lamborghini’s new supercar, a limited-edition Gramophone and more.
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The Away Carry-On
The Away Carry-On is the ultimate travel bag. Its size is the maximum allowed on all of the major airlines, allowing you to take as much as possible without going over the size limit. It also features a Makrolon polycarbonate hardshell to keep all of your belongings safe when being shoved in and out of the overhead bin. Its spinner-style wheels are nearly silent, facilitating easy travel in and around the airport. On top of all of that, the Away Carry-On also features a 10,000 mAh battery to charge smartphones and tablets.
Sinatra Edition Bluetooth Gramophone 2.0
Play your classic Sinatra tunes in classic style with Gramovox’s new limited-edition Gramophone.
Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2
Have roughly $200k to spend? Invest it in Lamborghini’s new Huracán and blast down the PCH in style.
Chrome Industries BLCKCHRM Chelsea Boot
Chelsea boots are a great fall/winter style and Chrome’s newest version comes in two colorways. Plus, it’s constructed in the”stitch-out” method to ensure durability.
Edgevale Cast Iron Pant
To pair with your durable Chelsea boots, Edgevale’s new Cast Iron Pant utilizes a blend of duck canvas and Cordura to ensure endless durability and versatility.
Beltology’s new belts are made from stretch rayon with wool intertwined for great style and comfort.
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Advice from the Crew
The 2015 GP100
Welcome to the third annual GP100 presented by Eddie Bauer — our salute to the 100 products of the year that embody excellence, innovation, craftsmanship, and an unwavering desire to challenge expectations. Read the Review
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