Gear Patrol Magazine Issue Seventeen
Of the 48 million Americans who suffer from some degree of hearing loss, millions never seek help at all. Don't be one of them.
Gear you need to survive the cold and grooming products to repair cracked skin.
As people get ready to travel again, this is the gear they need for smooth sailing.
This store’s a treasure trove of gems for vintage denim fans.
With the Cell Alpha, a wireless speaker designed by Apple's former lead designer, there is no sweet spot. That's the point.
Lucid Motors wants to play a big role in the future of luxury cars — and their first vehicle proves they just might pull it off.
The Stockholm-based fragrance visionary opens up about his unlikely rise, unique inspirations and expanding into everything from jeans and sneakers to home goods and adventure gear.
Moving forward, getting dressed will mean more than repeating the same outfits over and over again. Let these items kickstart your closet overhaul.
William Massena reimagined an unattainable watch for modern consumers. But is he doing them a favor — or committing sacrilege?
Pros swear by recovery boots, the latest trend in sports medicine for the masses. But the price of entry remains steep.
Meet Allmansright, a burgeoning ultralight brand with a bold approach to making the outdoors more accessible.
Hot take: If you hang up the barbecue tongs after Labor Day, you’re missing the point.
Brands are moving beyond socks or T-shirts printed with pot leaves.
Manufacturers have attempted small car-based pickups before. This time, they might actually stick.
Can a $3,000 interactive screen turn you into an Adonis? Maybe, but it’s probably not the best place to start.
How a 13th-generation distiller became America’s first, and maybe best, craft whiskey maker.
Meet snowboarding's unprecedented new star, who hardly needs traditional gear to (almost) always land on his feet.
Carbon's unique 3D printing method promises a new class of innovative gear.
Brands historically known for leather and fur are distancing themselves from animal-derived materials.
Not every game-changing gadget is remembered the way it should be.
The unofficial dial color of the year proves to be surprisingly versatile.