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Forget resorts – Four Seasons’ newest venture is Four Seasons Yachts. The company is partnering with several powerful parties, including Fincantieri, one of the world’s leading shipbuilding groups. The first Four Seasons Yachts vessel is due by the end of 2025 and is expected to boast "bespoke craftsmanship, personalized service and a dedication to excellence." It will measure 679 feet long, nearly 89 feet wide and will host 14 decks. The vessel will be replete with "spacious accommodations" – each of the 95 onboard suites will offer floor-to-ceiling windows. The largest of these, called the "Funnel Suite," will stretch four levels high and offer more than 9,601 square feet of combined indoor and outdoor space. Pricing for a voyage is yet to be announced, but you can learn more at the Four Seasons’ website.

Today we’re taking a look at titanium sunglasses, running shoes and a new sleep tracker. This is Today in Gear.

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Meet Oak & Eden’s New Wheat- and Honey-Infused Bourbon
Oak & Eden

Wheat and Honey is the fourth whiskey release in Oak & Eden’s popular Infused Series. To create the spirit, the brand begins with a bold, fully-aged, creamy wheated bourbon. Then, a honey-infused American Oak spire is added to the bottle. Over time, the spire naturally infuses the liquid with a sweet kiss of honey to round out a mix of other delicious flavor notes. The finished product is a smooth bourbon built for sipping, mixing or enjoying straight from your favorite rocks glass. Available now for just $60, this special spirit is sure to impress collectors and new whiskey lovers alike.


Amazon Launches a New Sleep Tracker

The Halo Rise is a new bedside lamp and sleep tracker that aims to help users better understand their own sleep patterns. The device works without a microphone or camera; instead, it is designed to track the user’s movements and respiratory patterns using low-energy sensors. With this info, it can determine your sleep stages throughout the night and offer tips on optimizing your evening routine. The device will track the closest user, excluding data from any other pet or party sharing your bed. Set to drop soon, the device will go live at $140 per unit.


Reigning Champ Teams Up with Western Hydrodynamic Research
Reigning Champ

Reigning Champ has teamed up with the cult surf label Western Hydrodynamic Research to launch a limited-edition collab dubbed A Repair Project. To create the collection, slightly damaged Reigning Champ sweats are hand-repaired and further embellished “to give them a second life.” Loosely inspired by kintsugi, the Japanese art of mending broken objects, the restored pieces feature unique chain-stitched elements and embroidery. Priced from $250 to $275, shop the first 100 pieces today.


Oakley Upgrades the Sutro with Titanium

The brand’s popular Sutro frames have already rocketed to fame, so now, they’re getting an upgrade. Oakley has now rebuilt the performance frames in lightweight titanium to create a new model that's three grams lighter than the preceding ‘O Matter’ version. Equipped with the brand’s classic Prizm lenses, the new glasses also feature Unobtainium earsocks and an adjustable nose pad for added comfort. Retailing now for $255, fans can find the glasses in four different colorways.


Tracksmith Teases Its Very First Running Shoe

For nearly a decade, Tracksmith has built a steady reputation with its vintage-inspired running apparel. Now, the brand aims to move towards high-performance footwear – starting with its Eliot Runner. The new shoe marks the brand’s first running shoe and is made with super lightweight Pebax foam, and a rubber outsole for added longevity. Designed entirely in-house, fans can pre-order the limited edition shoe on October 24.


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