New & Noteworthy Releases
Steelcase SILQ Office Chair
From Steelcase, maker of the popular Leap office chair comes your new workplace grail: SILQ, a carbon fiber office chair made from just 30 parts. Though pricing has yet to be announced, Steelcase told Fast Co. Design that the SILQ will cost more than $3,000, while a less technical version will cost $970 (still more than most office chairs). — Jack Seemer
Bell & Ross V2-94 Heritage
Bell & Ross’s vintage-inspired chronograph was well-received when it debuted at Baselworld in 2017, and now the brand is giving the watch an updated dial colorway. In Heritage guise, the V2-94 gets hands and hour markers adorned with tan-colored Super-LumiNova, as well as a 100M depth-rating denoted at six o’clock in eye-popping red. The changes are overall minimal, but the result is an excellent recreation of a vintage tool watch dial. — Andrew Connor
Google Clips Camera
Google revealed the Clips — a tiny wireless camera designed for parents who want to take candid photos of their kids and pets — several months ago alongside the Google Pixel 2, Google Home Max and Pixel Buds. But pre-orders for the unique device finally opened up just this weekend. Unfortunately, it’s already “out of stock,” though you can join a waitlist on Google’s website. You can find a rundown of everything the camera can do here.
— Tucker Bowe
Gregory Optic 48
The brand that’s best known for its ultralight backpacking and trekking packs unveiled a new superstar, the Optic 48. Ideal for thru-hikers, the shoulder straps are ventilated, the waist belt is supportive, and the aluminum frame helps to keep the pack weighing in at just 2.3-pounds. Fit water bottles in the side pockets on the left and right for easy access during the day, plus store your favorite snacks in the zippered hip belt pockets, or the front stretch mesh pocket. Offered in a blue or grey, and a 48 or 58L, this new pack is here to keep your back dry during even the toughest trail conditions. — Meg Lappe
Wilson Black Edition Tennis Rackets
Following the success of the Black Edition product line, Wilson launches three models of rackets, including the Ultra, Blade and Burn. Each contains countervail technology, designed to help reduce muscle fatigue and shorten recovery time. If you’re looking to seriously up your game, consider investing (all your money) in the Roger Federer Historic 20th Grand Slam Platinum Edition racket package for a cool $20,006. You’ll have to shop fast since Wilson only produced 20 of the limited edition rackets. In addition to the racket that will have you serving aces, you’ll receive a tennis ball signed by Federer, too. Match points are no longer intimidating. — Meg Lappe
Faherty Brand Sale
Save 40%: In the market for board shorts, crewnecks or tropical print short sleeves? Faherty Brand has you covered, whether you’re dreaming of warmer weather or already have a trip in the books. From Aztec-printed ponchos to vests, you can expect high-end materials that are morally sourced. Save up to 40% off on their entire collection now through Friday. — Meg Lappe
Nike Footwear and Apparel
Save an extra 25%: While many brands banish the leftover dregs of past seasons to sale territory, Nike’s clearance section is regularly stocked with shoes and apparel that are actually worth paying full price for. There are sneakers you may have heard of, like Flyknits and Air Force 1s. There’s also plenty of active gear that’s still very much in-season, including a full line of tech fleece, which is ideal for winter running. This should be good news, but the better news is that until February 1st, Nike is offering an extra 25 percent off the already-discounted items in the store. — Tanner Bowden
Bell Motorcycles Helmet Closeouts
Save up to 50%: It’s hard to put a price on protecting your brain from traumatic injury in the case of a motorcycle accident, but if that price is up to half off it’s a bit easier.— Nick Caruso
Burton Day Packs
Save up to 30%: Right now at Moosejaw, you can save an additional 30% off on Burton’s already affordable day packs. Packs like the Day Hiker 25L, Tinder and Annex can all be had for less than $70. Whether you’re hiking, traveling or commuting, everybody needs a solid day pack. — AJ Powell
Eddie Bauer Microtherm Stormdown Jacket
Save 60%: Eddie Bauer’s down jackets come with constant popularity, so when its classic Microtherm is offered on sale for over 60% off, there’s not a moment to spare. With ethically sourced down, a ripstop polyester shell, and DWR finish, this jacket performs at levels that alpine guides depend on during intense treks and climbs. Keep in mind it’s an athletic fit, so it will be snug against the body (that’s how it works best). — Meg Lappe
Save 25%: It was once true that high-quality sunglasses had to be Italian. It isn’t anymore, and it turns out a couple of California surf bums can make a pair of shades worthy of some European envy. Raen Optics sunglasses are designed in the Golden State and constructed with a sharp eye on detail and the finest materials available, including cellulose acetate of the highest grade and Carl Zeiss lenses. Raen sunglasses keep UV rays out with style, and right now you can grab a pair for 25 percent off. — Tanner Bowden
Save $240: Released in 2016, the Klipsch R-15PMs boast excellent audio quality, able to play music at high volumes with almost zero distortion thanks to a class D power amplifier. They’re versatile, too, with copious input options (optical, RCA, USB) and Bluetooth connectivity. About the Klipsch R-15PMs, SoundReview wrote: “Why would you not buy speakers with inbuilt phono pre-amp, 50W per channel output capacity, it sounds like a reference speaker and costs only $499?”… but now that $499 price has been slashed to $259 — that’s basically half off. — Tucker Bowe
Amazon Cloud Cam
Save $30: Amazon’s first smart security camera, the Cloud Cam, is cheaper than usual. For a limited time it’s going for $90, which is $30 cheaper than it normally costs and way cheaper than its Nest, Logitech and Canary competitors. As a reminder, the Cloud Cam is also integrated with Alexa, making easily the best security camera if you already have an Amazon Echo. — Tucker Bowe
Clarks Originals Wallabee Boots
Save $65: Get the classic Clarks Wallabee boot in brown beeswax leather for a fraction of its everyday retail price. Perfect for casual wear, it’s suitable for all seasons and features a comfortable crepe sole. — John Zientek
Anova Wi-Fi Sous Vide Circulator
Save $70: Sous vide cooking is now a staple in the home kitchen, thanks to affordable circulators from brands like Anova, and with added Wi-Fi capability, these devices allow busy people to control their cooking from afar. Anova’s lauded Wi-Fi-enabled circulator is just $129 on Amazon right now, a solid 35 percent markdown from MSRP. Pro-tip: if you feel you could do without the Wi-Fi, Anova’s more entry-level Bluetooth cooker costs $20 less). — Andrew Connor
Barbour Beacon Sports Jacket
Save 30%: A lightweight water-resistant jacket will serve you well through weeks of transitional weather no matter where you live. Layer under it to stay warm when the temperature dips, or wear it over a tee if the weather is trending sunnier. For a good all-around option, check out the Barbour Beacon Sports Jacket. It’s cut from weatherproof Sylkoil fabric and features waxed elbow patches, a cotton tartan lining and front bellow pockets. Its unbranded traditional silhouette is incredibly versatile — and now it’s 30% off. — John Zientek
Filson Quilted Mile Marker Jacket
Save 49%: This American-made quilted jacket is ideal for the wealth of chilly days remaining in the late winter and early spring. It features a hidden zipper closure, adjustable button cuffs and patch pockets with snap closures. The Navy Grey colorway has the most available sizes, so check it out at Nordstrom Rack if you’re in the market for a new light jacket. — John Zientek
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