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A look at the Q Timex GMT, JJJJound's upcoming collaboration with Asics and a coffee table book-sized homage to Ralph Lauren's most iconic product.

today in gear may 2 2022 q timex gmt 38mm stainless steel bracelet watch worn on wrist

The sneaker world lost a legend on Friday with the passing of Peter Moore. Even if that name doesn't ring any bells, you know the designer's work; Among his many years of work at both Nike (and rival adidas), Moore is the man behind the design of the Air Jordan I and the Jordan Brand Jumpan logo. In a statement, current Jordan Brand president Howard “H” White "We are deeply saddened by the loss of Peter Moore, an iconic designer, whose legacy will forever be connected to Jordan Brand, and the sneaker culture he helped to create." In other news, we're taking a look at the Q Timex GMT, JJJJound's upcoming collaboration with Asics and a coffee table book-sized homage to Ralph Lauren's most iconic product. This is Today in Gear.

Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news. Send your most pressing product questions to tig@gearpatrol.com.
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The Q Timex series expands with the new Q Timex GMT.
q timex gmt 38mm stainless steel bracelet watch

Timex's first Q Timex models dropped back in the 1970s, showcasing a quartz movement (hence the "Q"). Adding to the 50th anniversary Q Timex 1972 reissue release, Timex has added a GMT model to the Q Timex series. Featuring a red-and-blue rotating 24 bezel and a 38mm case, you can't overlook the classic styling on a piece like this — which, on top of the obvious two-timezone functionality (it is a GMT, after all) — includes a date window and a reliable Timex Quartz movement that's accessible (even on the go) via a back battery hatch.


Oakley dives back into the archives with the rerelease of the Sub Zero frame.
oakley sub zero sunglasses

Originally released back in 1992, Oakley's Sub Zero frames were another chapter in the brand's radical, future-facing (pun not intended) design. While the design was out-of-the-box during its original run, today's fascination with techwear and gorpcore (and Oakley's own interest in digging through its archives) makes the style feel right at home 30 years later. The rereleased model has been updated with Oakley tech including Prizm lenses and Unobtainium nosepads and earsocks for on-face stability.


JJJJound adds Asics to its robust sneaker resume.
jjjjound x asics gel kayano 14 sneakers

JJJJound — the once-online moodboard, now-creative agency led by Justin R. Saunders — has carved out another niche for itself thanks to its slew of tasteful collaborations. Often marked by a minimal, timeless aesthetic, JJJJound's newest sneaker collaboration has pivoted from New Balance to Asics. The release — going for two silver monochromatic takes on the GEL-Kayano 14 — is expected to land in July (though not confirmed). Like other JJJJound releases, if this is something you're into, stay tuned.


Make tossing and turning a thing of the past with this memory foam pillow.
coop the original pillow

Coop Home Goods' memory foam pillow — dubbed "The Original" — sets the standard for the category. Historically memory foam pillows are stiff and retain heat, Coop's option gives sleepers the ability to add (or remove) pillow stuffing, making the memory foam fill as firm or soft as it needs to be to fit your sleep style. With a cover made to keep you cool and be hypoallergenic, you can rest assured on adding this pillow to your sleep setup.


Learn all about Ralph Lauren's most iconic product.
ralph lauren's polo shirt book
Ralph Lauren

It's not just that Ralph Lauren's polo shirt is an iconic piece of menswear, it's that Ralph Lauren's polo shirt is an icon of American culture. This new Rizzoli coffee table book dives into the history and lasting legacy of Ralph Lauren's love affair with the polo shirt, from unique releases to its intersection with events like the Olympics and Wimbledon. Oh. and did we mention American historian and documentarian Ken Burns did the foreward?


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