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Under Armour Threadborne Fortis 3
Nike’s Flyknit was the first embroidered upper technology. It’s been copied a gazillion times by nearly every major competitor. Under Armour’s Threadborne is perhaps the only embroidered upper that’s given Flyknit a run for its money. The new Threadborne Fortis 3 running shoes are proof of that.
Hirsch Small Batch 8-Year-Old High Rye Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Distilled in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, with spicy rye sourced from Northern Europe and sweet-tasting corn from Indiana and Ohio. It’s also exceptionally sippable, given its 120-proof rating, which is among the lowest in the world of bourbon.
Artifox Standing Desk 02
It’s obvious that this desk is gorgeous. Let’s skip over that part. The Standing Desk 02’s best feature is less immediately noticeable: its built-in dock and cable grid, which make all cords and plugs practically invisible.
Killspencer Card Carrier 3.0
Who wants to carry around a bulky wallet in their pants these days? With Killspencer’s Card Carrier, you can slip your plastic into your iPhone case. It keeps your cash safer and closer to you and it prevents unattractive pant-pocket bulge. You might never want to buy a wallet again. – Grant Tillery, Editorial Intern
Blocks Modular Smartwatch
Haven’t yet found the ideal smartwatch? Assemble your own. Each Blocks smartwatch is made of four modules. Choose from six: extra battery, heart rate monitor, GPS, 3-in-1 climate monitor, flashlight and a programmable button. Four modules come standard; extra modules cost just $35 each.
Baxter of California Clay Effect Style Spray
Hair that looks effortless takes a lot of effort to maintain. Baxter’s Clay Effect Style Spray makes attaining that lived-in, bed-headed look much easier, thanks to a lightweight, strong holding formula. Just a few spritzes and some tussling — effortless, indeed. – Grant Tillery, Editorial Intern
BE Outfitters Cabrillo Dry Bag
From the Gear Patrol Store: Camera case, meet dry bag. The Cabrillo dry bag, as in Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, is meant for exploring in places where the presence of water is absolute but the need for a camera is mandatory. In addition to being 100 percent waterproof, with a molded foam insert, your camera and accessories will be protected from any element, bang, drop or tumble they might find.
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