With the launch of the Enduro sportwatch, Garmin is giving ultra-performance athletes all the tech, tools, and battery life they need to reach the finish line. Using Garmin’s Power Glass solar charging lens, it offers 70 continuous hours of GPS-connected battery-life. With a V02 Max sensor specifically for trail running, Climb Pro terrain data, & programmable Rest Station reminders, it is purpose-built for long distance runners, riders, and racers.
For the third time in as many seasons, Salomon is teaming up with footwear design maven Fumito Ganryu for another fresh SMU. This time, it’s a crispy white variant of the Salomon ULTRA running shoe. In addition to its all-terrain outsole, this ULTRA features a zip-up raincover over the instep for a smooth & weatherproof silhouette. Here’s to hoping you log some miles before snow season turns into mud season.
Over the years, Casio’s iconic G-Shock watch line has seen endless color combinations & variations but none as clearly cool as the new Transparent Pack. Using clear resins, Casio has created a fresh array of their most popular models—including the GA2000, GA900, the DW5600 & others, in both Transparent White & smoky Transparent Gray.
Constructed with an incredibly durable canvas comprised of 70% ocean plastics—reclaimed marine buoys to be exact—the EcoTrek Adventure Pant from LIVSN is a water, stain, & abrasion-resistant pant designed to go everywhere you do. The fit is modern and tailored. Choose from 4 classic colors. A funded Kickstarter.
An expansive new partnership between TAG Heuer & Porsche promises a range of motorsport events and even products like the forthcoming Carrera Porsche Chronograph, a race-themed 44mm “Carrera” powered by a Heuer Automatic 02 movement. Details like a black Porsche-signed ceramic bezel & Racing Team colors mark it as a special edition.
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Merging all-weather outdoor performance & top-end tech from Nike Running, the ACG Mountain Fly Low is a Gore-Tex equipped mountain-sport shoe with styling that’s fit for the city. It borrows a silhouette from ACG’s most popular hiker, the carbon fiber plate from the groundbreaking Next% design & adds React cushioning atop its wraparound lugged outsole. Available February 11.
Danish watchmaker REC specializes in recovering iconic automotive objects and transforming the materials into watches—not just inspired by motorsport history but literally made of it. Their latest creation is a pair of limited watches made with metal sourced from two one-off Shelby EXP500 prototypes: the 1967 Little Red and the ’68 Green Hornet. These two prototypes were assumed lost to rust or the wrecking ball but were discovered in 2019 and underwent proper resto. Leftover metal from that project is utilized throughout these one-of-a-kind watches.
Combining the comfort of a slipper with the easygoing style of a sneaker, the Bill Ringa Ease slip-on seems purpose-built for pandemic home life. Named for a little known Steve McQueen role, they merge cool with cozy. They feature felted wool & suede uppers atop a weather-ready latex rubber outsole.
Inspired by the snowboard brand’s late founder Jake Burton Carpenter, his eponymous Mine77 collection just dropped a limited winter capsule that merges cutting edge technologies with timeless mountain style. Look for 3-layer Gore-Tex outerwear, functional layering, an aprés Moc boot, and some mighty fine touring hardgoods through collabs with Black Diamond & Drift Approach.
With the goal of reducing impact and maximizing energy return, The North Face’s newest footwear tech is a system called VECTIV that brings carbon fiber and composite plates to their trail running and hiking range. Utilizing rocker in the outsole, these shoes reduce downhill tibial impact, offering lightweight construction plus enhanced forward spring & energy return. VECTIV debuts in eight run and hike styles.
Like a puffy jacket for your feet, Greats’ Foster Slipper is a winter & WFH do-it-all. It features the puffy upper, a leather band at the midsole, and a cushy rubber outsole for indoor-outdoor versatility. Available in black or army green.
The UltraBoost—Adidas’ most popular runner—has once again been updated & upgraded. The UltraBoost 21 retains a full-length Boost midsole but now has 6% more cushy foam than its predecessor. The shoe’s torsion system has also been juiced: it features LEP technology—Linear Energy Push—a 15% increase in forefoot rigidity for a more responsive stride. The upper is constructed with at least 50% Parley fabrics, comprised of upcycled ocean plastics.
The Lum-Tec Vortex D4 has the look of a classic military automatic but is driven by a solar-powered Japanese movement. Just one minute of sunlight gives it a full-day of power and with 5 hours sunlight for a full charge, it boasts a 6-month power reserve. The case is made of 316L stainless with a military-grade titanium carbide PVD hard coating. Available for pre-order now.
Looking back is the way forward once again for Swiss watchmaker Zenith. Their Chronomaster Revival A385 chronograph is a faithful reproduction of their iconic 1969 El Primero. The 37mm tonneau shaped case retains nearly all the classic details but a few noticeable upgrades are evident: a domed sapphire crystal & a window in the caseback that gives a partial view of its El Primero 400 movements. Available in February.
Built on a full-length ZoomX cushioned midsole, adapted from record-breaking runners like the AlphaFly NEXT% and VaporFly NEXT%, Nike’s latest long distance running shoe is the Invincible Run. Blending cues from the recent React runners, it features a full mesh upper and pronounced rocker in the sole, for faster heel-to-toe transition & increased stride speed. Available January 7.
Crafted in Peru from temperature-regulating merino and luxurious alpaca wool, Aymara sweaters are ultra-plush & timeless by design. The Aymara brand was born out of the love story between a Belgian engineer named Sven & Yannina, a Peruvian travel agent. The pair fell head-over-heels, quit their jobs and launched the knitwear label in 2007. If you think their origin story is warm & fuzzy, definitely try the sweaters.
New York-based menswear brand Todd Snyder & New Balance teamed up to create a fresh, elevated capsule of classic American-Made 997s. The Triborough Collection features the brand’s “Flying NB” logo on the quarter—which graced the original 997 when it debuted thirty years ago in 1990. Choose from navy, burgundy, or classic dad gray.
The 100-Year Ski Pants from technical outerwear visionaries Vollebak, are designed from ground up to be tough, high performance pants for on & off-mountain adventure. Constructed using advanced Schoeller fabrication, this summit-ready winter bib is stitched, bonded, and sealed to be watertight & yet fully breathable. They feature integrated zippered-pockets all over, as well as zippered venting, a removable bib panel, and adjustable leg gaiters for off-mountain wearability.
Constructed from a quick-dry blend of nylon & natural merino wool, the Base Glove from Point6 runs double-duty as both a warm & functional tech winter glove on its own or as a liner for over-mitts on truly freezing days. Seamless 3D construction improves fit & a touchscreen-enabled index finger adds function.
The latest in the retro Q Timex Reissue series is the Marmont 1975 Reissue, a simple, sophisticated design from the brand’s quartz-era archive. Rendered in shiny, 38mm gold-tone stainless, the slim case features a domed crystal & a baton-index dial. At 3 o’clock, a day and date window. The black leather strap features a debossed retro alligator pattern & a gold buckle closure.