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Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.
Porsche just unveiled the new Chronograph 1 - 911 S/T — but don’t get too excited; the watch will only be available for current 911 S/T owners. The new release features a titanium case and bracelet, plus a black dial and detailed bezel ring designed to recall the brand’s traditional tachometer. The piece is powered by the COSC-certified Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.240 (with flyback function) and lined with other branded design cues. Officially launched to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the 911, the release will be limited to 1,963 units.
Today we’re taking a look at a zero-glue shoe, the new Veilance collection and a smart recovery tool. This is Today in Gear.
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Veilance, Arc’teryx’s streamlined sub brand, is back with the first drop from its Fall 2023 collection. Chock-full of chic weatherproof styles, the new lineup was constructed from a series of super lightweight fabrics. The result? Perfectly minimalist jackets, pants and shirts that have been engineered for the outdoors — and tailored for the city.
If you haven’t heard of Parachute; listen up. The brand has gained recent fame thanks to its ultra soft, eye-catching linens, and now the team is back with a brand new Resort Collection. Inspired by the world’s finest hotels, the line centers around calming bed and bath linens made from 100 percent GOTS certified organic cotton. Designed to deliver a healthy dose of at-home luxury, pricing for the collection starts at just $29.
Nike ISPA has always been experimental, but these days, it tends to really prioritize sustainability. As a result, the brand has released several zero-glue designs. While yes, the shoes ultimately help the factory reduce waste, they’re also pushing the ISPA team towards stranger, more futuristic creations. A great example is the ISPA Universal ($80), which just dropped in Midnight Navy, but is also available in other colors like Mink Brown, Smoke Grey and Limelight.
The RecoveryTherm Cube ($149) is a compact, reusable device designed to deliver instant hot or cold relief to any pain points across your body. It’s powered by the brand’s proprietary Cryothermal Technology, and comes with a series of preset treatments. Therabody emphasizes that these ‘contrast therapies’ tap in at just the right temperature (and duration) to take all the guesswork out of your usual recovery routine.
For those unfamiliar, Down the River Forge is a specialty knife brand powered by the dream, and expertise, of one man: Stephen Bateman. The brand recently celebrated its third anniversary, and has partnered with everyone from Huckberry to a series of local New Orleans haunts. Now, its gorgeous Oyster Shucker ($150) is designed to wow — and perform. It’s a great gift for your favorite chef, oyster lover or knife head.