Product of the week: wax jackets, Swedish backpacks and a frame-inspired smart display



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Every week, our inbox is full of news on gear, clothing and tech news from around the world. In this feature we will analyze the best of them. Today: Buck Mason’s Big Outerwear Project, a Customizable Tote, and the Latest Amazon Home Goods.


Fjällräven Kånken Me

There are few outdoor items more iconic and well established than Fjällräven’s KÃ¥nken backpack. Originally conceived as a way to reduce back pain in Swedish schoolchildren, its design remains the same over 40 years later, only now you can find it in more colors and styles than ever before. For those looking to add a personal touch, the all new KÃ¥nken Me lets you customize almost every aspect of your bag, from the panels to the snap closure. Choose from a collection of predefined tones to create something that is completely unique to you.

a flannel.

Saturdays in New York

NYC Ryan Saturday Flannel Work Shirts

How many flannel shirts does a person really need? After checking out these updated versions of the classic New York Saturday fall layer, the answer is at least one more. The Ryan style comes in three colourways (Botanical, Black Olive, and Mandarin) that are unlike anything we’re used to seeing in brushed cotton flannel (no grandpa throws here), and there’s a certain many nice details if you look closely, like the narrow cuff and the embroidered lettering above the left breast pocket.

The Yuengling x Porter.


Yuengling x Hersey Chocolate Carrier

Yuengling has already managed to sum up this polarizing collaboration when they uttered the phrase: “America loves beer and America loves chocolate.” The end product is a Hersey-inflicted version of Yuengling’s 200-year-old Dark Brewed Porter recipe; whether you love it or hate it you have to admit it makes you feel Something, and in these difficult times, isn’t that really all you can hope for?

a boot


Wolverine 1000 Mile x Old Rip Van Winkle Lot 2 Boot

For the second year in a row, these American shoemakers and the legendary whiskey brand have teamed up for a sturdy yet refined pair of shoes. Each boot features a heel made from bourbon casks that have hosted the release of the Van Winkle Special Reserve this year for the past 10 years. And 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these very limited edition boots will go to the MikeroweWORKS Foundation Work Ethics Scholarship Program to help support the next generation of skilled workers across the country.

a blue hoodie


YETI Hoodies And Pullovers

It’s time to dress for fall with YETI’s all new comfy and snug layers. Shop for crewnecks, hoodies and zippers in brushed fleece or brushed fleece in a simple design, all made to withstand the weather to come.

An art book

Nino Mier Galleries

MONOGRAPH by Jake Longstreth

Renaissance dude Jake Longstreth managed to wow the world with his latest exhibition at the Nino Mier Gallery in Los Angeles. Entitled “Seasonal Concepts,” the exhibition revolves around a series of paintings depicting American food cooperation in all its glory, as a scenic location of Taco Bell, or artists self portrait pizza wall. Fortunately, even if you can’t attend the show, you can still pre-order Mr. Longstreth’s monograph on the gallery’s website.

a pair of Buck Mason jackets

Buck mason

Buck Mason Waxed Jackets

The waxed jackets category got a little more interesting this week as Buck Mason added two new options to their outerwear collection: the Highland jacket and the N1 deck jacket. The first is a chore coat with a silhouette closer to what you would expect from Barbour, but with an additional blanket lining. The latter is for people who want the heavy-duty construction of oilcloth in a more modern style (although there is also a cover liner here). Interestingly, the 14-ounce dry wax canvas is produced by a 150-year-old Scottish factory, so there’s a legacy built into these new iterations as well.

a stack of bottles and packages

A system

ASystem systems

The idea of ​​A-System is simple; a careful and organized selection of products, prepackaged and sold as a “system” to best meet your goals. The cool part? It actually works. Take the 110% System, which includes all the proven methods to combat stress and improve focus, with a product rooted in anti-infamation and relaxation.

a T-shirt

Hiro clark

Hiro Clark “WAIKIKI” T-shirt

The legendary Hero Clark hates the legendary birthplace of surfing with his new tee. The 100% slub cotton jersey top features a reverse “Waikiki” print on the front of the t-shirt, signaling everyone that the wear “knows what’s going on”. But seriously, with a comfy and beautiful t-shirt like this, who can say no?

a smart screen


Echo show 15

The Alexa-assisted bedside display is augmented to a 15.6-inch screen that can be mounted on a wall. Ideally suited to your kitchen, the Show becomes a small secondary TV, digital art display, video call center, permanent digital cookbook (or whatever widget you want to use) and even a place where you can send a note directly to a specific family member (which will only appear when Alexa recognizes them on the device). You can read more about the new products announced by Amazon this week here.

a polo shirt and a hoodie

Loro Piana

Loro Piana Ryder Cup Collection

No lame green jacket here – the Loro Piana performance collection, designed for the European team in the 2021 Ryder Cup, looks like it could have gotten off the slopes as easily as the green. The Italian-designed capsule consists of eight different pieces, including polo shirts, pants and even a parka (winter is coming, after all).

a table

ITA Liaison

ITA leisure table

ITA Leisure, a cutting edge design company, strongly believes that you should have something called a leisure table, and we’re inclined to agree. The studio’s latest collection, which includes the Leisure Kit (a portable chair and table), is simple, chic, and impeccably designed. Treat yourself to a small table!

a lot of hoodies

GAP inc.

Yeezy x Gap Perfect Hoodie

First, Kanye West dropped a nylon puffer jacket as the first piece of clothing in his partnership with Gap. It sold out almost immediately despite its release this summer. This week the second Yeezy x Gap article came out and luckily it was more appropriate for the season. The Perfect Hoodie was available in six colors for adults ($ 90) and kids ($ 70) – “was” being the key word, because understandably, it sold out at breakneck speed as well. You can sign up to receive updates when the next piece of clothing arrives, or you can purchase an indescribable hoodie literally anywhere else.

an insulated water bottle


W&P Porter Insulated Bottle

W&P’s first insulated product, the new insulated bottle keeps drinks hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours (perfect for nannies) thanks to its double-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel interior that is wrapped in quality ceramic superior for unbeatable temperature control. And like the rest of W&P’s essential food and drink line, the stylish on-the-go bottle will look great in your hand.

a tanned suit


Uniqlo Fall-Winter 2021

Continuing the tradition, designer Christophe Lemaire has once again partnered with Japanese menswear giant Uniqlo for the Uniqlo U Fall / Winter 2021 collection. Presenting a multitude of styles, the neutral and heavy capsule subverts modern sartorial expectations with its idiosyncratic basics and impeccable attention to detail. Flannel work jacket and Panting, featured above, particularly stands out as a light cut over the average Joe’s winter suit.

a speaker lamp


SYMFONISK tube speaker

A sequel to the table lamp speaker launched in 2019, this collaboration between Sonos and IKEA promises a better (and more extensive) sound experience and updated customizable designs, including different color options for the base, lampshade. -day and light bulbs. You can connect SYMFONISK to other Sonos products or use it as the main speaker. It goes on sale October 12.

a white mule


Reebok x Beams Club C slip-on mules

All aboard the train mule, next stop, timeless kicks. Japanese style expert Beams has collaborated with Reebok. aversion to Club C which leaves us perplexed as to why we ever wore laces in the first place (or anything other than mules, for that matter). Beautifully dressed in premium leather and an all-white, minimalist design, these are the perfect water-testing shoes for anyone who wants to step into the sneaker pool without diving headfirst into the depths of Yeezy.



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