Gear Patrol Magazine Issue Sixteen
You, too, can master the physical alchemy of turning one piece of wood into two.
One of the most recognizable watches in the world just got its most important update in decades. But is it worth the steep price hike?
The cacti-collecting community is getting bigger, and these freaky-deaky plants are ready for their close-up.
Rick Marei has made a profession out of resurrecting once-defunct timepieces.
A new crop of reissued chronographs makes the case for leaving your dive watch at the door.
Going out "for drinks" could mean something totally different once regular social gatherings return to the fold.
It's not about getting rid of items that don't spark joy; it's about having a home for your stuff.
The case for owning an EV is clear as day. Buying one in 2021, however, is another story.
Over four decades ago, Ocean Pacific created the quintessential coastal shorts out of an unlikely material.
A new generation of makers focuses on the subtle beauty of upcycled, handmade garments.
Learn how to rock climb, mountain bike and take epic adventure photos — without ever leaving the house.
Autonomous vehicles remain in development, but they're still a long way from being everywhere.
Don't spend the whole summer indoors. Seek out adventure close to home with some of the season's best gear.
The Gear Patrol Podcast Episode Sixteen – Listen Now
Bluetooth earbuds are nice when you’re out and about, but at a desk, nothing beats a pair of giant, wired cans.
The Gear Patrol Podcast Episode Fifteen – Listen Now
Buying multiple pairs of running shoes may seem like an extravagance, but it's actually better for your body — and your wallet.
Utah State University curators are cataloging the history of adventure gear — and sharing it on Instagram.
How Brain Dead's Kyle Ng has embraced the collaboration as a means to build community.
The Gear Patrol Podcast Episode Fourteen – Listen Now
A few simple tweaks and smart appliances can help balance out your electric bill.