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New & Noteworthy Releases
Care/of Vitamin Service
When you’re busy, chances are you’re eating what’s convenient rather than what’s good for you. Care/of is a simple delivery service that ensures you’re at least getting the vitamins you need. After answering a few online questions about your diet, lifestyle and health goals, Care/of draws up a comprehensive supplement plan based on your answers and input from doctors and nutritionists. You’ll then receive a month’s worth of vitamins, minerals, probiotics and nootropics in travel-friendly packets, all made by Care/of. Take one packet a day with a meal, and you’re good to go. It’s vitamins made easy, starting at just $20 per month. Shop now to save 25% off your first order with the code GEAR25.— Gear Patrol
Indian Scout FTR1200 Custom
It’s important to keep in mind that the FTR1200 is “an exploration of what a street-legal tracker could look like,” as Indian Motorcycle Co. calls it. But it’s also worth knowing the bike is entirely plausible and could go into production. This exercise is essentially just Indian testing the waters for the public’s reaction to the bike. It looks incredible and they need to build it. Here’s hoping Indian is listening… — Bryan Campbell
Snow Peak Limited Edition Holiday Collection
Twice a year, Snow Peak, Japanese maker of refined outdoor goods, unveils a range of limited edition products with unique features and artwork. The company’s latest holiday collection includes three items: a pile fleece blanket designed for use with a camp chair, a lantern decorated with artwork inspired by Peru’s Nazca Lines, and an iteration of its classic titanium camp mug that hosts the likeness of a red seabream, a delicacy traditionally prepared in Japan during festive occasions. Note: As of the time of writing, these products are available by waitlist only. — Tanner Bowden
Tracksmith Fynnsen Crewneck
Tracksmith designs its premium running apparel with more than just a hint of nostalgia for the days when running was a sport for pros and university students alone. Its latest product is a take on the classic crewneck sweatshirt. The Fynnsen is made with a blend of moisture-wicking merino wool and synthetic fibers instead of the traditional cotton, so you can actually exercise in it. Tracksmith has also added subtle style cues, which sensibly redefine the boundaries of what it means to be plain. — Tanner Bowden
Vans x Finisterre Collab
Vans and British surf brand Finisterre are situated on different oceans but sharee the same penchant for adventure. Their recent collaboration is proof. One shoe is a wool-lined chukka ideal for winter, another a lightweight high-top made for far-flung travels, the third a new take on surf classic. All place set a high bar for style, because neither company would have it any other way. — Tanner Bowden
Now in Stock at the Gear Patrol Store
Fisher + Baker Greenwich Anorak
Fisher + Baker makes clothing for men that is timeless in style and just as comfortable in the office as it is paddling a wooden canoe. Because if you are going to take on the challenge of each day, you have to be prepared for whatever it holds.
On the outside, this anorak is clearly built for adventure. But what makes this layer special is the Polartec PowerWool lining. It’s incredibly smooth against your skin while excelling at keeping you at the perfect temperature. Here, even the fine points have fine points, from the easy-to-use articulated side zippers, drop tail and extended hood that keeps the drips out of your eyes. (And sun, should it reappear).
Anker’s Wireless Charging Pad is Now Just $22
If you’ve recently bought a the iPhone 8 or pre-ordered the iPhone x, you’re finally ready to enjoy life with wireless charging — as long as you own compatible charging pads. Luckily Anker’s well-reviewed wireless charging pad is on sale right now for just $22. That’s a 67% discount from it’s $70 list price and also well below the two $60 options being sold by Apple directly. Its compatible with the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, iPhone X and any other device that uses the QI technology.
GoRuck’s Rugged Mil-Spec Backpacks Are on Sale Now at Huckberry
When it comes to mil-spec backpacks, one brand stands out above the rest: GoRuck. The Jacksonville, Florida–based brand has a deep background with the military and even has a few contracts to produce bags for the Special Forces. As you’d expect, its products rarely ever go on sale. But right now, at Huckberry, you can pick up GoRuck’s legendary GR1 backpacks in two colorways and two sizes for $45 off. Hooah!
Get 25% Off Jeans, Jackets and Sweaters at J.Crew
If you frequently shop at J.Crew, today’s your lucky day. All full-priced items are currently 25% off, online or in stores, and the only stipulation is that you use the code GETSHOPPING at checkout. If you’re looking to pounce on a new pair of jeans or a nice sweater for the coming holidays, this is your chance.
Whether you’re looking for fresh kicks, hiking boots or workout gear — or you’re simply trying to get ahead on your Christmas shopping — it’s hard to lose with most of the gear New Blanace has on offer. Making things better, New Balance is currently having its Start of the Season Sale, offering 15% off nearly everything on its website, no coupon code needed. A sweet bonus: orders that are $99 or more ship free.
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