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New & Noteworthy Releases
One Of Our Favorite Racing Chronographs Just Got a Makeover
A handsome retro design and an automatic chronograph movement meet in this limited edition timepiece.
Reigning Champ’s New Collection Honors the Greatest Of All Time
The Vancouver-based brand can do no wrong — and here's even more proof.
LeBron James’s New Sneaker Is One for the Ages
Nike, LeBron James and John Elliott walk into a bar...
This New Startup Thinks Its Time to Change the Color of Your Living Room
A new company wants to put paint choosing overload to an end.
Cyclists, This Is Your Ultimate Multi-Tool
Silca just released a follow-up to its wildly successful Italian Army Knife multi-tool, designed and built specifically for cyclists.
This Forbidden Land Cruiser Pickup Is Legal In the United States – Here’s How
This off-road beast is Frankensteined from two different Land Cruisers and a Cummins diesel engine.
These Margom Soled Sneakers Are Everything We Want in a Comfortable Shoe
We can't wait to get our hands on these beautiful Italian-soled sneakers.
Naked Labs Launches the First At-Home 3D Body Scanner to Help You Hit Your Goals
The first at home body scanner has arrived.
Seiko Divers Marked Way, Way Down
Save up to $220: The Seiko 5 is the quintessential beginner watch thanks to a mechanical movement and reliable build quality that are offered at an incredibly low price. And right now you can get two of them, both divers, at a great price on Massdrop. The first is SRPB3X, dubbed the “Baby Monster” as it takes the overall look of the SKX-series “Monster” but puts it in a smaller, more affordable package. The other is the SRPC6X which has a rounder case and thinner bezel that echo the look of the iconic “Tuna.” Both watches use the trusty 4R36 automatic movement and are water-resistant to 100 meters. — Andrew Connor
This Sale Is Your Best Chance to Get an Awesome Knife for Less
Save up to 60%: Included in Backcountry’s Semi Annual sale is a collection of awesome knives. Some of them are more than 60 percent off. — Tanner Bowden
Save 30%: Summer sales offer a great chance to invest in big-ticket items that are normally unobtainable. More often than not, bags and briefcases geared towards urban professionals are more expensive than their casual counterparts, due in part to the use of more expensive materials and more complicated designs. If you’re looking to pick up an office-ready bag for a good deal, East Dane is currently offering 30 percent off a few tasteful options from Tumi. Even with the discount the prices aren’t cheap, but that’s to be expected from a reputable brand like Tumi. — John Zientek
Save $14: The price of Apple’s AirPods has stayed at $159 since they were released roughly two years ago. You can find certified refurbished models for a little less, at either Best Buy or eBay, but that’s about it. Now, with rumblings of a new AirPod case set to be announced (with an LED light to indicate battery life), it seems the price of AirPods is finally dropping — but again, by just a little. Right now you can buy brand new AirPods on Amazon for $145 — $14 off what they’re going for on Apple’s website. — Tucker Bowe
Today on Gear Patrol
Brand Hack: The Best Dyson You Can Buy Is Not New
Deciding what the best Dyson vacuum is isn't just a matter of performance.
The Best Smartwatches of 2019
Before buying a smartwatch, there are few vital things to know as well.
Review: Does Yeti’s New Overbuilt Pack Stand Up to the Competition?
Yeti's first everyday-oriented product is the Tocayo Backpack, a bag for commuters that maintains the brand's repuation for ruggedness.
The Rolex Tru-Beat Was an Objective Failure and Ahead of Its Time
It's one of the first wrist-watches to use the deadbeat seconds complication, making it a timekeeping oddity.
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