Read up on Lululemon's flexible new jogger pant, the new 1 TB iPhone and the first consumer truck to roll off Rivian's factory line.
As time moves forward, so does technology. Whether we're talking about literal tech — like that shown off in yesterday's major Apple event — or even the clothing we wear every single day, it's interesting to see how our gear evolves year over year. From Apple's newly unveiled 1TB iPhone to the cutting edge of electric vehicles, study up on everything you need to know in gear today.
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No matter what's on the docket for the day ahead, lululemon's City Sweat Jogger Pant is ready to take on whatever's coming your way. Crafted from breathable French terry, these pants are designed to be flexible in every sense of the word. From the naturally sweat-wicking fabric, to the classically tapered leg and diverse collection of colorways, this is one jogger pant that's worth a spot in your rotation.
Burrow has already become a cult-favorite home goods label, thanks in no small part to its roster of thoughtfully designed furniture. Its new selection of rugs, ranging from block geometric patterns to clean-lined designs, are — like much of Burrow's other furniture — pet-friendly and stain-resistant.
Of all the announcements at yesterday's Apple event, the biggest centered around the iPhone 13 and, more specifically, the iPhone 13 Pro. While we could regale you with the new slate of colorways and technical upgrades, we were most intrigued by the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max's inclusion of a 1TB storage option. Say goodbye to shuffling apps and deleting photos.
Few brands stack up to Arc'teryx when it comes to outdoor gear, and for good reason. The latest addition to its apparel lineup is the Agrium hoody, a zipped midlayer (or light jacket) that boasts 850-fill European white goose down for warmth and uses a dope-dye process that cuts back on water usage and CO2 emissions.
Revolutionizing electric vehicles, Rivian's ascent in the motoring space has been nothing short of meteoric. The company's first ever production R1T pickup truck — meant for consumers to actually buy — rolled off the line yesterday, signaling a new chapter in Rivian's vision for the American-made electric vehicle.