We raved about this running shirt when it debuted in 2018. “It’s a one-shirt quiver for folks without the time or suitcase space for post-run wardrobe changes,” our gear editor wrote. The Runpaca has the look and comfort of your favorite cotton top but wicks moisture and breathes like a merino or synthetic layer.
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We featured the Rylo in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide as one of the best action cameras. “Rylo’s dual-lens camera shoots video in 360 degrees, so you get everything,” our tester wrote. After you're done shooting, the easy-to-use app lets to choose the best footage for your clip.
The Garmin InReach Mini weighs only 3.5 ounces and operates like a full-size Garmin InReach. According to our tester, “It retains the core InReach functionality (two-way messaging, location tracking, weather updates) in a package that is more portable.”
If you work in an open space area or spend lots of time in a plane, these headphones are a must. We recommended them this past February for getting work done on long plane rides because they have Bose’s top-notch noise cancellation technology, 20 hours of battery life, and are compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
The Spartan Sport Baro is one of our favorite pieces of trail running gear. The watch not only tracks distance, pace, and heart rate—it also provides barometric pressure, altitude, elevation gain, and recovery time. Plus, it has 80 different sport modes and is water resistant up to 100 meters.
The Turtle Shell can take a beating. It’s waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, and it floats. It comes with multiple strap and mounting options, so you can get boom-box quality sound on your raft, paddleboard, bike, or cooler. Plus, the high capacity lithium-ion battery provides 20 hours of music and acts as a power bank for your phone or other small devices.
Sometimes smartphone cameras don’t cut it. Upgrade that special mother in your life to the Coolpix B600, which features 60x optical zoom, full HD video, and built-in WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity for sharing photos. The controls are simple, so she can get shooting right out of the box.
If you spend much time in the water, you’ll need a “SwiMP3”—a waterproof set of headphones with an MP3 player that straps to the back of your head. The Finis Duo is fully submersible down to nine feet, has four gigabytes of storage (enough for 1,000 songs), and uses bone-conduction tech, so you can clearly hear the music when your head is underwater.
Waterproof, dustproof, and buoyant, the No Bounds speaker was one of our favorite pieces of waterproof gear in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide. Plus, the speaker has a 10-hour battery life so you can play music all day without worrying about running out of juice.
The Renogy 100-watt panel is the industry standard for vanlifers. This panel weighs 16.5 pounds and is designed for RVs and boats. It can be used alone, in a series of panels, or as a portable option. With built-in mounting holes and aluminum frame, you can even mount it to the roof of your van. And it’s waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about rain or snow.
Upgrade that worn-out copy of Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide with this reference book, which gives you a peek inside one of the greatest cocktail bars in the country. It outlines more than 500 drinks you can make at home.
The vast majority of classic cocktails are stirred, not shaken. If you’re going to have only one mixing tool, eschew the shaker for something like this simple glass. The heavy base adds stability when you’re stirring, and a spout makes pouring and straining easy.
Every bar needs a jigger—it’s the quintessential measuring tool that helps you get the exact flavor profile you’re looking for in your cocktail. But Izola’s version is also an ice hammer, bottle opener, and corkscrew. Consider it a bartender’s multi-tool.
There’s the right tool for every job, and this knife is perfect for peeling and slicing citrus, cucumbers, herbs, or whatever you’re putting into your drink. It looks and feels great in action, thanks to its hardwood handle, brass details, and stainless steel blade. It even comes with a sharpening stone.
Whiskey Peaks makes a series of glasses with iconic mountain-scapes hand-blown into the bottom of the vessels, but there’s something mesmerizing about this version: the liquid glides over a topographic impression of the greatest ditch in the country.
The Nanoloft is as tough as it is cozy. That's because the blanket’s made with ripstop fabric and recycled NanoLoft filling that insulates just like down. Plus, it packs down into a stuff sack, so it's an inconspicuous companion.
If you’re packing one pair of sunglasses for your trip, the Arise is a solid choice. It’s designed for a variety of play and is suitable whether you’re hitting the trail or heading to the river. We dig the anti-fog coating that keeps these glasses crystal clear, and the photochromic lenses that adjust to the light.
This jacket was one of our favorite pieces of streetwear in our 2020 Winter Buyer’s Guide. We love the Lightning’s toasty PrimaLoft Gold insulation and front snap closures. The synthetic fill isn’t as warm as traditional down, but it still traps heat when wet.
We love the Howler Brothers fall collection and the Kameron Hoody is one of our favorite pieces in the lineup. The cotton blend fleece has a mega-comfy, fuzzy interior, and a discreet zippered stash pocket in the lower back.