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Rising Gear: Wu Tang Socks, Sizzling Canine Pants and Extra | 2020-12-24

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SAXX finder base level

The underwear brand SAXX is expanding its range to include base layers. SAXX is new Viewfinder above and Floors ($ 75 each) are lightweight base layers made from recycled polyester and merino wool. The top is a long-sleeved crew-style shirt with raglan sleeves. The lower parts have SAXX’s characteristic BallPark bag and flat seams throughout. Patterns include blue camo and hot dogs.

Victorinox ‘Winter Magic’ pocket knife

Victorinox 'Winter Magic' pocket knife

The limited edition Winter Magic 2020 Swiss Army Knife ($ 68) is a nine-function pocket knife in a classic Swiss design from Victorinox. The Pioneer X Winter Magic blade is inspired by winter and has gray-blue scales with a snowflake motif. It includes a blade, scissors, can opener, screwdriver heads, and more. The 3.7-inch multitool weighs 2.8 ounces.

Dakine Snow travel bags

Dakine Snow travel bags

Dakine has just upgraded its all-weather travel snow bags with 100% recycled materials. The All-weather ski and snowboard bags (from USD 165) have padded 360 degree protection, two outer zippered compartments, a detachable outerwear pocket and two compression straps for easy packing. These stocky line The selection of ski and snowboard bags, travel bags and backpacks ensures that your things stay safe and dry.

Attitude Wu Tang OTC ski socks

Attitude Wu Tang OTC ski socks

For a throwback style, Stance has just added Wu Tang-themed socks to its over-the-calf ski sock collection. The Wu Tang Protect your socks ($ 30) are a nylon-wool blend (35% nylon, 31% wool, 31% polyester, 3% elastane) and have medium cushioning throughout the sock for a secure fit. The socks are named after the “Protect Ya Neck ”from Wu Tang’s 1993 debut album.

Drop bar remote control for archer components

Drop bar remote control for archer components

Archer’s new bike technology is one of the coolest we’ve seen in a while. It claims to turn any bike into an electronically shifting bike. Archer created a two-button remote using their existing D1x chainstay shifter. The tailor-made DBR – Drop bar remote control ($ 119) – Works ergonomically in the hood with easy button shifting and quick adjustability. What’s even better is that the DBR can be charged on the bike. The Archer D1x Trail Shifter with a DBR remote control system is $ 399, or you can get the DBR remote separately for $ 119. Both are now available for advance booking.

Ball and Buck Field Pant FG

Ball and Buck Field Pant FG

Ball and Buck recently launched a women’s hunting collection and new field pants. The Field pants FG ($ 218) comes in a classic canvas and olive camo. The women’s collection includes shooting shirts for active days in the field. Our Hunt / Fish Editor has that Annie shirt ($ 158) in hand, and she loves the moisture wicking fabric and protective patches on her shoulders and elbows. Add a blend of duck cotton and CORDURA for durability and we have some winners.

The North Face Eco Nuptse vest

The North Face Eco Nuptse vest

The North Face just added an eco version of its Nuptse vest and jacket. The Eco Nuptse vest ($ 199) has 100% recycled fabrics and insulation, a stowable hood, waist cord, stows in its own pocket, and more. The Eco Nuptse is made from 100% recycled polyester and recycled waterfowl for warmth.

Tern bikes HSD S11 e-bike

Tern bikes HSD S11 e-bike

Tern Bicycles has revised its HSD Cargo e-bike. The Tern HSD S11 ($ 4,199) is Tern’s first Class 3 e-bike. It features a Bosch Performance Line Sport Gen 3 motor that allows riders to ride the bike at up to 45 km / h. The “Hauler” bike also has a lighter frame and new cargo space (front and rear rack options for up to 130 pounds). The motorcycles will be delivered in 2021.

Outpost New Growth Camp

Outpost New Growth Camp

The New growth camp ($ 15) is Outpost’s first ever charity beer. In partnership with Laughing Monk Brewing, New Growth Lager is brewed with Redwood Tree Pine needles. The beer was a creative collaboration: its taste was developed by James Beard nominee chef Kim Alter, and its label includes photographs by Andy Best and design by Paul Hoi. The proceeds will be donated to Redwood conservation Efforts.

GiantMouse ACE Riv knife

GiantMouse ACE Riv knife

Carrying a fixed blade and a small compact folder has both advantages – the fixed blade acts as a focal point, while the folder provides a practical backup. But the Riv pretends to marry the two of them. The ACE Riv (from US $ 185) with Elmax blade steel, ball-bearing pivot point and titanium frame lock. The riv is available in titanium, Brass-, or green with micarta scales. The blades are 2.44 inches long, ideal for EDC.









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  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    SAXX finder base level

    The underwear brand SAXX is expanding its range to include base layers. SAXX is new Viewfinder above and Floors ($ 75 each) are lightweight base layers made from recycled polyester and merino wool. The top is a long-sleeved crew-style shirt with raglan sleeves. The lower parts have SAXX’s characteristic BallPark bag and flat seams throughout. Patterns include blue camo and hot dogs.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Victorinox ‘Winter Magic’ pocket knife

    The limited edition Winter Magic 2020 Swiss Army Knife ($ 68) is a nine-function pocket knife in a classic Swiss design from Victorinox. The Pioneer X Winter Magic blade is inspired by winter and has gray-blue scales with a snowflake motif. It includes a blade, scissors, can opener, screwdriver heads, and more. The 3.7-inch multitool weighs 2.8 ounces.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Dakine Snow travel bags

    Dakine has just upgraded its all-weather travel snow bags with 100% recycled materials. The All-weather ski and snowboard bags (from USD 165) have padded 360 degree protection, two outer zippered compartments, a detachable outerwear pocket and two compression straps for easy packing. These stocky line The selection of ski and snowboard bags, travel bags and backpacks ensures that your things stay safe and dry.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Attitude Wu Tang OTC ski socks

    For a throwback style, Stance has just added Wu Tang-themed socks to its over-the-calf ski sock collection. The Wu Tang Protect your socks ($ 30) are a nylon-wool blend (35% nylon, 31% wool, 31% polyester, 3% elastane) and have medium cushioning throughout the sock for a secure fit. The socks are named after the “Protect Ya Neck ”from Wu Tang’s 1993 debut album.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Drop bar remote control for archer components

    Archer’s new bike technology is one of the coolest we’ve seen in a while. It claims to turn any bike into an electronically shifting bike. Archer created a two-button remote using its existing D1x chainstay shifter. The tailor-made DBR – Drop bar remote control ($ 119) – Works ergonomically in the hood with easy button shifting and quick adjustability. What’s even better is that the DBR can be charged on the bike. The Archer D1x Trail Shifter with a DBR remote control system is $ 399, or you can get the DBR remote separately for $ 119. Both are now available for advance booking.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Ball and Buck Field Pant FG

    Ball and Buck recently launched a women’s hunting collection and new field pants. The Field pants FG ($ 218) comes in a classic canvas and olive camo. The women’s collection includes shooting shirts for active days in the field. Our Hunt / Fish Editor has that Annie shirt ($ 158) in hand, and she loves the moisture wicking fabric and protective patches on her shoulders and elbows. Add a blend of duck cotton and CORDURA for durability and we have some winners.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    The North Face Eco Nuptse vest

    The North Face just added an eco version of its Nuptse vest and jacket. The Eco Nuptse vest ($ 199) has 100% recycled fabrics and insulation, a stowable hood, waist cord, stows in its own pocket, and more. The Eco Nuptse is made from 100% recycled polyester and recycled waterfowl for warmth.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Tern bikes HSD S11 e-bike

    Tern Bicycles has revised its HSD Cargo e-bike. The Tern HSD S11 ($ 4,199) is Tern’s first Class 3 e-bike. It features a Bosch Performance Line Sport Gen 3 motor that allows riders to ride the bike at up to 45 km / h. The “Hauler” bike also has a lighter frame and new cargo space (front and rear rack options for up to 130 pounds). The motorcycles will be delivered in 2021.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    Outpost New Growth Camp

    The New growth camp ($ 15) is Outpost’s first ever charity beer. In partnership with Laughing Monk Brewing, New Growth Lager is brewed with Redwood Tree Pine needles. The beer was a creative collaboration: its taste was developed by James Beard nominee chef Kim Alter, and its label includes photographs by Andy Best and design by Paul Hoi. The proceeds will be donated to Redwood conservation Efforts.

  • Emerging Gear: Wu Tang socks, hot dog pants and more

    GiantMouse ACE Riv knife

    Carrying a fixed blade and a small compact folder has both advantages – the fixed blade acts as a focal point, while the folder provides a practical backup. But the Riv pretends to marry the two of them. The ACE Riv (from US $ 185) with Elmax blade steel, ball-bearing pivot point and titanium frame lock. The riv is available in titanium, Brass-, or green with micarta scales. The blades are 2.44 inches long, ideal for EDC.

  • Mary Murphy

    From Mary Murphy

    Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. She has degrees in English and Journalism and has been writing professionally for over four years. Her outdoor interests range from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteenth or at a local bakery.

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