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Today in Gear: February 28, 2017

A pair of handcrafted boots, Mike Tyson’s Ferrari, all-new throwback runners and much more.

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Good morning. So… what’re you up to next year? Any trips planned? If your schedule so far is somewhat light, you may want to hit up everyone’s favorite nutjob visionary: Elon Musk’s SpaceX has announced it will send two people around the Moon in 2018. (Actually, the two non-astronaut astronauts are already chosen — by dint of their having paid a massive deposit to make the 300K–400K mile trip.)

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Today’s Gear

What’s New, Now

Helm Boots Lane Boot

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In 2012, after three years of manufacturing in Istanbul, Helm Boots returned to the U.S., bringing with them a hard-earned mastery of fine leather boot making. Handcrafted in Maine and Arkansas, their leather boots are the embodiment of Americana style: rugged, utilitarian, refined. The Lane Boot is a military-inspired silhouette, with traditional details like Horween premium leather upper and an oil-treated sole; subtle modern features, like a suede heel and white midsole, give the boot city sensibility.

Buy Now: $525

1995 Ferrari F50 Once Owned by Mike Tyson

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Leave it to Iron Mike to snatch up Ferrari’s top performer towards the end of the millennium. A Formula 1–derived engine; swoopy, hellish looks; a prancing horse badge… no wonder it made our Best Supercars of the ’90s.

Buy Now: $2,200,000+

Seiko Is Making an Apple Watch

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The one catch: you can only buy it in Japan.

Learn More: Here

Wild Sam Field Guides

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A perfect, pocket-sized travel guide with 145 pages of stories from locals, in-depth travel intel and bits of lore sprinkled in for entertainment. It’s Rick Steves for millennials, and an invaluable travel partner.

Buy Now: $18

Adidas Originals Iniki Runner

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Drawing heavy inspiration from 1970s runners, the Iniki blends vintage looks with modern tech. Two-way stretch mesh and suede panels, a shiny mesh tongue and an Otholite sockliner — not to mention the brand’s Boost cushioning. Red and Navy colorways launch tomorrow, March 1, so prepare yourself.

Learn More: Here

Sea to Table Home Shipping

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The next best thing to catching it yourself.

Learn More: Here

Deals of Note

Great Products, Great Prices

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How to save on a travel mug, a button down shirt and a 34-inch monitor.

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Next Page: Happy Hour Talking Points and One Thing to Watch

Happy Hour Briefing


Ice Breakers for the First Drink


• A Whole Lot of Magma Is Lurking Under Taipei [WIRED]
• This Is What Caused Uber’s Broken Company Culture [Fast Company]
• Apple Backtracks on Third-Party iPhone Screen Repairs Stance [Slash Gear]
• World’s First Metallic Hydrogen Sample Disappears [Deccan Chronicle]
• Nokia 6 Hands On: A Metal Phone With Android? [Ars Technica]
• And one thing to watch:

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