A 3D-printed stainless steel bicycle, a stylish and slope-ready shawl collar coat, an impressive waterproof duffel and more.
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Mad Water Waterproof USA Duffel
A double-coated PVC-free polyurethane body joined together with RF weldings mean this bag can dive to 15 feet below the surface and stay bone-dry inside.
Suzak Chair by QSTO
This mesh-on-frame setup is further fortified by shock cords — when you order yours, you can configure all three elements in a color combination of your choice. If you’re looking to add interest to your sitting time, your search has ended.
MX3D Arc Bicycle
Students from TU Delft conspired with MX3d engineers to 3D print this stainless steel wonder. That’s right: this bike was printed. From steel. That, friends, is how the future works.
XTRATUF x Filson 15-Inch Legacy Boot
Any collaboration that yields waterproof, insulated boots that are tested to -10 degrees Fahrenheit and makes them look this good is worth way more than a second glance.
Alps & Meters Shawl Collar Jacket
You know the story: Teflon-coated lambswool meets full-grain leather, both fall in love and decide to join in waterproof matrimony. They’re a couple that appreciates tradition, so a shawl collar is born; their practical side dictates that the jacket interior is bright orange and reflective for visibility in emergency situations. Our kind of romance.
Kitsbow Road Bike Apparel Collection
Known for mountain biking gear, Kitsbow has just introduced a line of apparel for road cycling. The collection includes a jersey, windbreaker, bib shorts and arm and knee warmers.
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Advice from the Crew
The Seiko SRP777 Rewinds the Clock
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Looking Back at the 68-Year Legacy of the Land Rover Defender
Originally designed as an agricultural vehicle, the Land Rover Defender has become one of the most beloved automotive icons of all time. Read the Story
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