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New & Noteworthy Releases
Junghans Max Bill Soft Gold
The German watchmaker subtly adds gold to its iconic Bauhaus design.
Pacsafe Dry Portable Safe
Pacsafe's 15-liter Dry Portable Safe is knife-proof, scan-proof and waterproof.
NikeLab Gyakusou Spring 18 Collection
The latest collection from NikeLab pulls inspiration from international run clubs to perform in all conditions.
Booker's Kathleen's Batch Bourbon
Booker's first release of the year has notes of leather and honey. Oh yeah, it's also 128 proof.
Tanner Goods Journeyman Wallet
Save 35%: If you’re wanting to slim-down your bulky bi-fold wallet, menswear retailer End is giving a strong incentive. Now, you can save 35 percent on the minimalist Tanner Goods Journeyman Wallet. This American-made wallet is cut from 3.5-ounce vegetable-tanned Meridian English bridle leather and features four card slots and a central pocket. It’s durable, compact and will run you just shy of $50. — John Zientek
Norrona Loften Shell Jacket
Save 40%: Norrona makes clean designed outerwear that performs in all conditions. One of its top performing jackets, the Lofoten Shell, is $300 off today. Fully seamed seals keep you warm, while ventilation in the underarms provides ample relief when the heat builds. It’s the perfect mix of breathable insulation and seamless style, or lagom, as the Norwegians say. — Meg Lappe
The Insulated Growler I Use to Transport the World’s Best Beer Is Currently Half Off
Save 45%: Whenever I visit my home state of Vermont, there’s something I always make a point to bring back to New York: beer. I’ve found that the best way to keep my beer cold on the drive back is with Hydro Flask’s 64-ounce growler. — Tanner Bowden
Design Within Reach Semiannual Sale
Save Hundreds: Design Within Reach is hosting its semiannual sale, which means you can save hundreds of dollars on mid-century classics, including the Royal System Shelving Unit (Poul Cadovius), the Mantis Wall Lamp (Bernard Schottlander), the Standard SP chair (Jean Prouvé) and the ever-iconic Wishbone Chair (Hans J. Wegner). — Jack Seemer
Today on Gear Patrol
8 Vintage, Remastered and Insane Cars On Display at the Geneva Motor Show
I highly recommend you stray from the beaten path and admire the classic, gnarly and downright iconic other cars on display.
Enter to Win the $2,300 Wardrobe You Need [Closed]
Enter for your chance to win updated basics, premium grooming gear, a great suit, the right footwear and more.
Apple Is Reportedly Launching a Smaller HomePod That Costs $150
If you haven't bought a HomePod yet, there might be more reason to wait.
6 Things Missing from the Outdoor Products We Rely on Most
Sure, tint-adjustable ski goggles and ultralight trekking packs are great, but our appetite for innovative new technologies and fun new things is insatiable. We want more.
The Innovation Lab That’s Pushing the Future of Eyewear
Trusted by Nike and Google.
Review: The Perfect Noise-Canceling Headphones for Office Settings
And its sound quality stacks up to Bose and Sony, too.
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