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Panerai's latest colorful additions to its Submersible series, Ferrari V12s aren't dead yet and Anker's powerful, $80 MagSafe Battery Pack.

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It's Cinco de Mayo, AKA "a great reason to drink tequila (or mezcal)." Though the day is commonly confused with Mexican Independence Day, it actually commemorates the anniversary of Mexico's victory over the French in the 1862 Battle of Puebla. What better way to celebrate than to grab some friends and toast to victory – and talk about the latest and greatest in the world of gear? Check out our favorite news below and get up to speed.

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BN3TH's Runner's High Short Features Revolutionary Underwear Tech.
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Famous for its patented MyPakage Pouch Technology, BN3TH's design delivers three-dimensional support, with a chafe-free and breathable build that should prevent the need for constant adjustments. That technology is the centerpiece of BN3TH's Runner’s High 2n1 short, which packs in other thoughtful features like a perforated back yoke for breathability; a rear zipper pocket for unobtrusive storage and Ionic+ fabric. The latter is treated with an anti-microbial technology that will help keep the shorts stink-free — no matter how many times you wash them.


Panerai ads a little color (and a medium case size) to the mix.
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First announced earlier this year, Panerai's latest release ($9,600+) is a colorful, relatively (and literally) small addition to the brand's Submersible Collection. Clocking in at 44mm, the Submersible QuarantaQuattro ("44" in Italiano) lineup slots in between Panerai's 47mm and 42mm timepieces. The three new watches comprise color-matching dial/rubber strap combos and two case materials. Brushed steel versions are white/green rubber and black/black rubber; Carbotech cases feature a blue/blue rubber combo. All three feature rotating bezels, 30 bar of water resistance, an automatic P.900 caliber movement with a three-day power reserve and lock-down crown protection.


A cheaper, (way) more powerful MagSafe battery pack option.
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Anker has released a new MagSafe-compatible external phone power bank, the Anker 633 Magnetic Battery ($80), with 10,000-mAh of juice. That's more than enough (by far) to charge an iPhone 12 or 13, and wayyyy more than Apple's own more expensive MagSafe Battery pack ($100), which only offers 1,460-mAh. But the Anker 633 doesn't support every MagSafe feature; chiefly, it can't fast-charge at 15W when attached magnetically (only 7.5W). However, when plugged in via its integrated USC-C PD port and attached to your phone, it can handle 20W of boost. As a bonus, Anker even built in a kickstand for your viewing pleasure.


Arc'teryx drops even more new styles to satisfy the style-savvy.
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Arc'teryx is known for sleek and highly technical apparel, but its somewhat nascent System_A lineup represents a foray into youthful and more progressively trendy styles (read: GORPcore). In the collection you'll find items like thigh-length, triple-layer GORE-TEX C-KNIT rain jackets, lightweight nylon cargo pants, packable shells, temperature regulating T-shirts and beyond – it all looks excellent and performs with the best. This is the third of three System-A drops, and it's bound to go fast. Jump on it.


The new Ferrari SUV is actually more traditional than you'd expect.
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We know. Ferrari SUV. Like it or not, the Purosangue (Italian for "pure blood" or "thoroughbred") is happening – and, apparently, very much living up to its name. The Prancing Horse has made a purist-pleasing announcement: there's an all-new V12 under its next model's hood. One caveat, though – it's more than likely to be smaller than recent V12s and could feature supplemental forced induction or electrification. But still...


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