Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.
French Tennis Company Artengo has released a professional-backed racket to the greater public. Originally designed for French tennis star Gaël Monfils, Artengo has introduced the TR960 Control. It's a $159 racket that weighs 10.8 ounces, boasts a stiffness rating of 65, features a 98 square inch design and is equipped with a powerful 16x19 string pattern. Fans can shop the racket today, which despite slight ‘cosmetic’ alterations, remains the same as Monfils’.
Today we’re taking a look at a new Champagne saber, headlamp collection and British collab. This is Today in Gear.
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Case Knives’ new Black Anodized Aluminum G-10 Marilla is a reliable one-handed knife you’ll reach for at every task. Weighing in at just 3.6 ounces, the knife features a 3.4-inch 35VN stainless steel drop point blade with a stonewashed satin finish. Its handle is made of durable, lightweight anodized aluminum and features a textured black G-10 center inlay for added grip. While the knife’s flipper design allows quick and reliable deployment, its locking mechanism is also equipped to keep the blade locked in place once opened. Then, when it comes time to stow the piece, fans can take advantage of the Marilla’s reversible deep carry steel pocket clip. Available today with a limited lifetime warranty, this is a knife you’ll want to keep forever.
Biolite has made a name for itself with its award-winning rechargeable headlamp line. The brand is proud to unveil three new styles – the HeadLamp 325, 425 and 800 Pro. The ($40) Headlamp 325 offers fans an affordable, ultra-lightweight model, while the ($60) Headlamp 425 is equipped with a larger, glove-friendly power button, slimmer back battery, USB-C charging and new light modes (rear red strobe and rear red flood). Meanwhile, the ($100) Headlamp 800 Pro features increased beam distance, run-time and an improved temperature rating and can be charged with an external power bank.
Made In’s Champagne Saber features an elegant ebony wood handle and was designed for entertaining. Crafted to resemble a sword with a long blade, this saber is all you need to kick every dinner up a notch. The saber’s 13.5-inch blade is made of 3Cr13 stainless steel for added durability, and its construction makes slicing the top off any bottle all the easier. The perfect product to gift or keep, fans can shop the saber now for $199.
Swytch Technology has released a new electric bike conversion kit built around the world’s first pocket-sized E-Bike battery. The battery is equipped to provide 250W of power while weighing in at just 1.5 pounds. It can be recharged in one hour and taps into a high-torque, frictionless motor. Each made-to-order Swytch Kit makes it easy to convert any bike into an E-Bike. To use, simply replace your old wheel with the kit’s customized motor wheel, fit the pedal sensor onto the pedal, attach the handlebar mount and plug everything in.
Percival has teamed up with Lavenham to release an elegant, delicately embroidered collection of vests and jackets. Historically, Lavenham has ‘kept things local’ – producing all of its garments within six miles from its very first factory in Suffolk. Now, the new collection weaves bright, whimsical embroidery across an array of cozy, classic quilted hunting apparel. With pieces retailing from $255 – 300, each piece is built to last a lifetime.