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Today in Gear: The Day’s Best Product News

Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.

today in gear july 26 2022 man running wearing osprey the duro and dyna run series

Yesterday, fans – and skeptics – began to spiral after Tesla replaced its Australian Cyber Truck reservation portal with a “Get Updates” button. While the company has not officially confirmed that the Cyber Truck has been scrapped, tabling new pre-orders does not bode well for a vehicle whose production has been repeatedly delayed over the last three years. Meanwhile, gearheads had plenty else to celebrate, as Cadillac also fully revealed its all electric CELESTIQ Halo Car. The team first teased the model one month ago, but has now released new imagery and emphasized features like five 55-inch advanced LED displays per vehicle, a smart glass roof and Ultra-Cruise hands-free driving technology. So it’s safe to say Tesla fans still have plenty of stunning, all-electric, options to choose from.

Today we’re taking a look at the new Ming 37.07, performance-grade sunglasses from Article One and Brendon Babenzien’s J.Crew Collection.

Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios. Send your most pressing product questions to tig@gearpatrol.com.

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Ming Introduces the 37.07
ming 37 07 watch
Ming Thein

Equipped with a 38mm stainless steel case and sapphire dial, the 37.07 has been called a ‘more minimalist take on’ the brand’s previous 2020 Mosaic model. The watch features a manually-wound Sellita for Ming SW210.M1, which comes with anthracite skeletonized bridges and a 40 hour power reserve. This new model will retail for CHF 3,250 (~$3,368) starting July 28, making it significantly more affordable than its predecessor; the CHF 14,500 (~$15,043). Mosaic.


Article One Releases Sophomore Collection
man wearing article one sophomore collection
Article One

Article One is an independent eyewear brand built around the philosophy that performance-grade sunglasses can look, and feel, comfortable. Its founder insists the, “activewear collection deliberately resists performance aesthetics and challenges,” adding, “We built our sunglasses with meticulous craftsmanship to perform in sport and transcend it.” Every pair of frames in the new five-piece 2022 ACTIVE collection is made with durable, technical hexetate and features CR39 polarized lenses with backside anti-reflective coating that block 100 percent of UVA/UVB rays and prevent road glare. Each pair in the collection retails for $199, including the H – where 100 percent of proceeds will go to the The H Foundation, which raises funds for basic cancer research.


Osprey Launches The Duro/Dyna Run Series
man and woman running wearing osprey duro dyna bag

Osprey’s newest Duro/Dyna series features a variety of minimalist trail and road runner packs and gear. One of the standouts in the collection is the Duro/Dyna LT, a lightweight vestpack equipped with two soft flask pockets and adjustable chest straps for added stability. The vestpack boasts an improved fit thanks to updated, 3D tailoring with increased sizing and a new sustainable build. Packs and accessories in the collection retail from $30 to $170 on the Osprey site.


Meet Brendon Babenzien’s J.Crew
brendon babenzien’s jcrew fall 2022 collection

Brendon Babenzien formerly served as Supreme’s creative director, and more recently founded Noah; a brand that fans describe as new wave streetwear inspired by seaside Long Island. Now, he’s taken the reins at J.Crew as the new men’s creative director. His Fall 2022 collection reworks the heritage brand’s classics to make way for more technical detailing and American styling. Plaid wool barn jackets are now insulated with lightweight PrimaLoft Black Eco, the Harrington jacket now boasts varsity stripe trim, and giant-fit chinos abound. Additional styles will be released on August 14, but fans can now pre-order select styles on the brand’s online store, with pricing starting at $40.


Bellroy’s Cooler Caddy Fits a Six-Pack and Features a Built-In Bottle Opener
bellroy cooler caddy

While cooler bags seem to be more portable, comfortable and compact than a full-sized cooler, many models remain clunky or become easily soggy. Luckily, Bellroy’s Cooler Caddy may be the solution we’ve been looking for. The bag can comfortably hold a six-pack (or lunch for two) and is made with a durable, recycled material equipped with 3M Thinsulate for extra cooling power. It’s also fully waterproof and hosts a built-in bottle opener on its strap. Available for just $59, once empty, the Cooler Caddy can also easily fold down and be packed back into your backpack or briefcase.


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