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Every week, our inbox is overflowing with news on gear, apparel, and tech news from around the world. In this feature, we will analyze the best of them. Today: Dunkin’s coffee-flavored jelly beans are back, Omega is launching a new Seamaster iteration, and Amazon’s “live radio” app lets anyone play disc jockey.
Legacy Filson x Xtratuf 6 Inch Boots
The Xtratuf Boots are aptly named, but we’re glad Filson helped make them a little more eye-pleasing. Through this collaboration, you can pick up a pair of waterproof boots – with triple-dipped rubber – in a black, brown and green edition that won’t get in the way of your style.
Old Bay Vodka
The result of a partnership between George’s Beverage Company (which already makes an Old Bay Bloody Mary Mix), McClintock Distilling of Maryland and spice masters McCormick & Company, Old Bay Vodka is made from corn and distilled six times. And, obviously, flavored via Old Bay spices (so probably ideal for Bloody Marys).
Campo sweater Alex Crane
You’ve heard of 3D printing, but what about 3D knitting? Alex Crane’s innovative sweaters are made using state-of-the-art knitting machines to produce an impeccably dense and incredibly airy Campo sweater.
Dunkin Donuts Jelly Beans
Dunkin beans are back, baby! Coffee stalwarts are re-releasing their iced coffee flavored jelly beans in time for Easter, which come in five caffeinated flavors – French Vanilla, Caramel Latte, Buttered Pecan, Toasted Coconut and Hazelnut. Yum!
Consider this app somewhere between clubhouse, podcasts, old-school radio, and new-school streaming. Created by Amazon, Amp essentially allows creators to create and stream (and even schedule) their own shows — and ones filled with music (tens of millions of songs have been licensed for use). While it allows everyday people to create their own shows, the tech giant also launches programs from Nicki Minaj, Pusha T, Travis Barker, Big Boi, and various radio hosts and culture writers. And yes, you will need an Amazon account to listen.
Jameson ginger and lime
You can finally get a good canned cocktail for St. Patrick’s Day. Irish whiskey frontman Jameson – who recently suggested St Patrick’s Day would be of them days this year (that’s fine with us) — just launched a line of easy-sipping whiskey/lime/ginger cocktails.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep
Over the past decade, scuba-inspired watches have proliferated like the zebra mussels, with many mimicking the style without offering any of the actual functionality. Now Omega has offered the opposite of that: the Planet Ocean Ultra Deep. A version of this Seamaster was tested in 2019 at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest place on Earth, and now they’ve designed one that you can actually buy, now with a water resistance rating. water 6,000 meters (20,000 feet). You’ll never dive that deep, but it’s a technical marvel that we’d love to wear every day.
Razor icon electric scooter
Are you young enough to remember riding the original Razor scooter as a kid? Well, Razor wants to sell you another one, except this time it’s bigger (you’re an adult now) and electric (you actually have places to be now besides your neighbor Billy’s house). The new Razor Icon is currently funded on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery of August 2022 – but again, it’s Kickstarter, so if you’re supporting the project, be aware that the date could change.
Menage-a-Gnaw Cabana Tombolo Shirt
We’ve already dubbed Tombolo’s Cabana shirt the compliment-inducing one, but their latest design has another big selling point: 100% of sales of this terry cloth diaper in March will be donated to the Arctic Ice Project, an organization non-profit that fights against climate change. – the melting of ice induced. Do a little good, get yourself a shirt emblazoned with seals and a shark you’ll never want to take off.
A battery-powered practice amp and Bluetooth speaker that’s also travel-friendly (and a compact version of the Spark Amp, the best-selling practice guitar amp). Pre-orders offer a modest discount and units ship in May.
The Canadian distillers behind one of Canada’s recent Best Whiskey winners have just launched their flagship product in the United States for the first time, a 100% Canadian Prairie rye that uses spring water from the surrounding Rocky Mountains. . It’s not the barrel strength winner, but it will be much easier to find (and only $25).
Nike Air Max 1 PRM “Wabi-Sabi”
An upcoming release for Air Max Day (3/26), Nike’s “Wabi-Sabi” colorway is a beautifully crafted take on the Air Max 1. The Tinker Hatfield design features subtle stitching, a multitude of materials and smooth earth tones of khaki, green, orange and pink. It’s our favorite release announcement so far, but good luck getting your hands on a pair – the shoe will be an exclusive release in Asia Pacific and Latin America, so resale is your only option.
The Watch Stand X Berd Vaye
An innovative design using state-of-the-art materials, The Watch Stand x Berd Vaye has spawned four different watch sculptures to proudly display your most luxurious timepieces.
TwelveSouth iMac 24″ Backpack
TwelveSouth’s backpack is one of those simple yet ingenious devices you never thought you’d buy, but you’ll be glad you got it. Basically, a shelf for your iMac or other device — the company makes a slew of products focused on organizing for optimal productivity — it’s a great springtime gift (or gift for yourself).
French perfumery Diptyque is revered for its iconic fragrances and, to celebrate its 60th anniversary, it has launched a collection of sensory tableware that does to the eyes (and your apartment) what its tantalizing candles do to the nose.
Tushy “Girls Do Shit” T-Shirt
Tuesday marked International Women’s Day, and menswear, brands were in full force. Attempting to tackle the stigma of women and their bowels (or lack thereof), bidet brand Tushy has released a new advert and limited-edition “Girls Do Shit” t-shirt, celebrating all the cool shit people do. the women. To find? Because women screw up and get things done too. Either way, we won’t shit too hard on this IWD marketing move because proceeds from the tees went to Girls with Guts – a nonprofit serving women with inflammatory bowel disease. ‘intestine.
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