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9 Deals Not to Miss: A Filson Briefcase, Nike Killshot 2 Sneakers & More

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3 Awesome Wood Handle Knives Are on Sale

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Go with the Grain


Knife handles materials run a gamut from plain to showy, commonplace to rare. Synthetic materials like G10 and Micarta are practical and affordable, while makers prize carbon fiber for its lightness and strength. There are more unusual handle materials yet, like this one that uses mesh suspended in colored resin. And that’s not to mention metals: steel, aluminum, titanium, and all their finishes and coatings. But somehow we’re always drawn back to the simplest of knife handles — wood.

Wood was among the first materials makers used to make folding pocket knives, but now it’s often a luxury ingredient in the company of stone, minerals and bone. It tends to come with the price tag to match, which is why we’re going out of our way to point out three wood handle pocket knives that are currently on sale for 30 percent off.

Helle Kletten

The Kletten is Helle’s first actual EDC pocket knives, and one of the few folders in its collection. The small 2.17-inch blade may break with the company’s outdoor-oriented tradition, but its handle certainly doesn’t — it’s made of the same curly birch as Helle’s other knives.

Castillo Knives Muralla

Castillo Knives complimented the Muralla’s 2.75-inch drop-point Sandvik 14C28N steel blade with curly birch, but its pattern is quite different from that of the Kletten. This knife also comes with a Spanish leather sheath and a sharpening stone.

Santa Fe Stoneworks Damascus 3″ Folder w/ Cholla Cactus Skeleton Handle

Beneath the spines of some cactus species is wood. And its that wood, harvested dead from a particularly spikey variant called cholla, that Santa Fe Stoneworks used to adorn this folder. It almost makes you ignore the equally-impressive Damascus steel blade.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Tanner Bowden

Tanner Bowden is a staff writer at Gear Patrol covering all things outdoors and fitness. He is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School and a former wilderness educator. He lives in Brooklyn but will always identify as a Vermonter.

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Take a Whopping 71% Off Filson Field Watches

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Like Denim? Levi’s Has a Massive Sale Right Now

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All the Denim on Sale


If the change of seasons has you dreaming of a new wardrobe, you’re in luck. Levi’s is offering 40 percent off a wide range of items on its website including clothing, shoes and more. Just use the code SILVER40 to take advantage of the savings. So if you want to get a classic western shirt, a denim trucker jacket or even just a great pair of jeans, you won’t have to break the bank to do it.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
John Zientek

John Zientek is Gear Patrol’s style editor and in-house guitar authority. He grew up on the West Coast.

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Here’s How to Score Adidas Ultraboost 20s for a Borderline Insane 40% Off

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Boost a Move


OK, we admit it: as running sneaker fiends, we are prone to getting overly excited about such products. And there’s no question that sending shoe materials to space is a rather over-the-top flex by Adidas. But all hype aside, the brand’s Ultraboost line is a wonder — the perfect blend of socklike fit, ample support and responsive cushioning truly brings joy back to the act of running. And now select colorways of the latest iteration, the Ultraboost 20, are 40 percent off.

The best feature of Ultraboosts is, of course, Boost foam in the midsole. And these new shoes boast 20 percent more foam than the beloved Ultraboost 19s, for even greater energy return than before.

How can you score this insane discount? 1. Click the link below, where we’ve isolated the nine colorways that are eligible. 2. Enter code ADIFAVS at checkout to score the sweet deal. Happy savings.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Steve Mazzucchi

Steve Mazzucchi is Gear Patrol’s outdoors and fitness editor. Outside the office, you can find him mountain biking, snowboarding, motorcycling or sipping a dram of Laphroaig and daydreaming about such things.

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Save Over $90 on the Best Smart Lock for Most Homes

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019


In our recent smart lock buying guide, we named the August Smart Lock Pro as the best overall smart lock — and right now it’s on sale. The normally $280 smart lock is just $189 on Amazon right now, that’s a discount of just over $90.

It’s a great deal for anybody that wants to buy a smart lock, considering it’s easy to install and works with August’s and Nest’s line of smart home products (both of which are extremely popular). The Smart Lock Pro can work with Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri, meaning you can use voice commands to lock and unlock your door. Though, if you’re ok without those voice control features, you can save even more with a $90 Wyze Lock.

The on-sale bundle includes August’s Connect Wi-Fi Bridge ($62), which you need if you want to be able to control your door remotely.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Tucker Bowe

Tucker Bowe has been on Gear Patrol’s editorial team since 2014. As a Tech Staff Writer, he tracks everything in the consumer tech space, from headphones to smartphones, wearables to home theater systems. If it lights up or makes noise, he probably covers it.

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10 Deals Not to Miss: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, Aesop Hand Wash & More

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23 Style Deals Worth Shopping This Week

What better way to start off the week than with a cavalcade of style deals? In this week’s roundup of best style deals, there’s a ton of sitewide sales, 70s-era sneakers, rarely-discounted designer fragrances, cozy hoodies and more.

Sitewide Sales

AesopSave 10%
Alex MillSave 25%
BillykirkSave 25%
Brooks BrothersSave Extra 30%
Calvin KleinSave 30%
Cole HaanSave 50%
END.Save 20% w/ code ‘VIPSALE’
HuckberrySave 50%
J.CrewSave 40%
KoioSave 50%
Neiman MarcusSave Extra 30%
Need Supply Co.Save 70%
NordstromSave 40%
Ray-BanSave 30%
Tanner GoodsSave 20%
Taylor StitchSave 25%
Todd SnyderSave Extra 50%
UniqloSave 60%

Notable Deals

Uniqlo Oversize Work Long-Sleeve Shirt

Save 33%: Work clothes are a mindset.

Nike Air Tailwind ’79 Sneakers

Save 40%: 40 years on and 40 percent off.

Taylor Stitch The California

Save 25%: A good chambray shirt never gets old, it gets better.

Ray-Ban Sunglasses

Save 30%: A polarizing sale across Ray-Ban’s entire range of eyewear.

Barbour Ashby Jacket

Save 60%: You could check out our guide to re-waxing your jacket. Or you could get this new Barbour jacket for a ridiculously low price.

Filson Original Briefcase

Save 30%: Keep things brief.

Alex Mill Denim Work Jacket

Save 43%: One way to improve a chore coat? Do it in denim. A second way to improve a chore coat? Put it on sale.

Norse Projects Stefan Beach Bag

Save 48%: No more plastic grocery bags.

Calvin Klein 3-Pack Comfort Microfiber Boxer Briefs

Save 40%: Microfiber underwear will change your life.

Aesop Fabulous Face Cleanser

Save 10%: Speaking of never-been-done, a whole slew of Aesop products just went on sale over at lookfantastic.

Persol Pilot Sunglasses

Save 74%: The only thing we’re piloting in these sunglasses is a food coma.

J.Crew Garment-Dyed Slub Cotton Hoodie

Save 40%: I’d take one J.Crew’s comfy hoodies at full-price. For 40 percent off, I’d take a few.

Cole Haan Hayes Penny Loafer

Save 50%: At over half off, these really stretch your penny.

Keihl’s Ultra Facial Moisturizer

Save 15%: Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.

Entireworld French Terry Sweatshirt

Save 40%: Designer Scott Sternberg’s ideal sweatshirt is even more ideal on sale.

Rainbow Flip-Flops

Save 31%: The preeminent flip-flop.

Dockers Alpha Men’s Chino Pants

Save 62%: Jake from State Farm wore these.

Ted Baker Backless Slippers

Save 50%: A quality pair of house slippers is absolutely a WFH essential.

Vans Vault UA OG Style 138 LX

Save 38%: A little blue sky and sunshine, right on your feet.

Flint & Tinder 10-Year Pullover

Save 36%: Where do I see myself a decade from now? Probably still wearing this hoodie.

Tom Ford Private Blend Oud Wood Eau de Parfum

Save 15%: Designer fragrance never goes on sale. And yet… there’s a whole bunch on sale right now at Nordstrom.

Adidas Adilette Sandals

Save 33%: Were these made specifically for getting the mail and taking out the trash? No. But, they do a damn fine job regardless.

Red Wing Classic Moc

Save 25%: You can still break in your boots at home.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.

18 Deals on Outdoor and Fitness Gear You Won’t Want to Miss

Sitewide Sales

Peak DesignSave up to 40%
Backcountry Hike & Camp SaleSave up to 70%
ColumbiaSave up to 50%
CotopaxiSave 20% with code ANNIVERSARY20
Topo DesignsSave 25% with code SPRING25
Mountain HardwearSave 25%

Notable Deals

Kershaw Link Pocket Knife


Save 40%: Kershaw was right in thinking that an aluminum blue handle would match a black stonewash blade.

The North Face Chimera 24L Backpack


Save 50%: TNF’s easy-to-use daypack firmly holds its place on our list of the best available.

Backcountry Timpanogos Tech Fleece Pant


Save 40%: You’re at home. Embrace it.

Peak Design Tech Pouch


Save 20%: Peak Design’s collection of travel bags is impressive, but the dark horse of the group is a pouch that keeps your cords more organized than you’ll believe.

Matador Packable Water Bottle


Save 23%: Stay hydrated, then scrunch up this weightless bottle into a little roll that doesn’t occupy so much space in your bag.

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail


Save 20%: Nike gave trail chops to one of its best road shoes. Create a NikePlus account — it’s free — and use the code LOGIN25 for an even better price.

Black Diamond Distance 15 Backpack


Save 25%: Black Diamond worked with pro runners to make a bag that fits like a vest, and it’s perfect for hiking.

KAVU Fisherman’s Chillba Hat


Save up to 25%: Where a hat that shouts, “Everything’s totally chill,” even if that’s not how you feel.

Nemo Equipment Helio Pressure Shower


Save 30%: Now you really have no excuse not to shower.

Lululemon Fleece Back Soft Shell

Save 30%: This water-repellant, windproof zip-up is equal parts comfy and stylish.

Patagonia Nano Puff

Save 30%: One of our favorite lightweight insulated jackets continues to be a steal at this price.

Nike Metcon 5 Amp

Save 35%: This workout all-star is perfect for HIIT, CrossFit, heavy lifting and even sprints.

Arc’teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket

Save up to 35%: Stock up for next winter with this excellent alpine jacket, which boasts more than 200 rave reviews on Backcountry.

Smith I/O MAG Chromapop Goggles

Save 55%: We rode with this goggle all season and were thrilled with the comfort, style, field of vision and slick lens-swapping tech.

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36

Save 25%: One of Nike’s best running shoes boasts breathability, lightweight cushioning and streamlined performance.

Cotopaxi Teca Half-Zip Windbreaker

Save 20%: Beneath the eye-popping colors resides impressive weather-resistance and stashability. Use code ANNIVERSARY20 at checkout, promotion ends today.

Topo Designs Rover Pack

Save 25%: Topo’s most popular pack is $25 off through tomorrow with code SPRING25.

Adidas Design 2 Move Climacool Shorts

Save 60%: Add to the existing discount using code ADIWEAR at checkout to score a great pair of home workout or lounge shorts for the cost of a six-pack.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.

Today Is the Last Day to Shop Burrow’s Sofa Sale

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Burrow’s Spring Sale


There is no “best” couch. The best is up to what a person needs in any given living room. But Burrow’s well-priced, sturdy, comfortable, quick-shipping sofas are about as close to best as you can get.

Available upholstered and in leather, Burrow’s sofas ship in pieces that can be assembled or disassembled in about 15 minutes, making it the perfect renter’s sofa. The frame is birch wood, the legs are oak and there’s a nifty charging cable built into the base. While not as low as Ikea, its prices are fair (full-size couches start at $1,395). Starting Saturday, March 21 until Sunday, April 5, those prices are even better.

The company’s Spring Sale is now live, offering sitewide discounts that scale with your order total — 10 percent off orders up to $1,499, $200 off for $1,500+ orders and all the way up to $500 off for $3,000 orders. The sale is added to your cart using the code FRESH.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Will Price

Will Price is Gear Patrol’s home and drinks editor. He’s from Atlanta and lives in Brooklyn. He’s interested in bourbon, houseplants, cheap Japanese pens, and cast-iron skillets — maybe a little too much.

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Now Is the Best Time to Get New Skis on the Cheap

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End of Season Sale


Buying new skis is likely at the bottom of your “Things on My Mind” list right now. That would even be true during a typical year when a pandemic didn’t force ski resorts around the world to shut down with weeks left in the ski season — we tend to buy skis at the start of winter, not the end. But we promise we’re not exaggerating when we say this: If you know you’ll want new skis next year, get them now, while they’re on sale.

We get it; it’s not exciting to buy a shiny new pair of skis only to stash them in a closet for nine months. But consider that ski technology isn’t progressing by leaps and bounds every year and that many makers don’t update more than the graphics on their most popular models — having last year’s planks doesn’t seem so bad after all.

The skis that are now marked down by 20 percent and up aren’t half bad either. In fact, you can find pretty much every model on our list of the best skis of 2020 on sale right now. That includes our editor’s pick, K2’s Mindbender 99Ti, as well as our choice for the best all-mountain ski, Faction’s Dictator 2.0, and the best ski for intermediates, the Volkl Kendo. Plus, if you plan to earn this year’s final turns without the help of a chairlift, our choice for the best backcountry ski, K2’s Wayback 106, is also on sale.

Save $100 on This Limited-Edition Commuter Bike

Priority Bicycles x Gear Patrol Commuter BikePriority Bicycles x Gear Patrol Commuter Bike

The Gear Patrol Commuter, made in tandem with Priority Bicycles, was inspired by — and tested on — the streets of New York City. Streamlined for your everyday grind, it a pairs a durable, easy-to-maintain feature set with an understated colorway you won’t find anywhere else. Buy Now: $899 $799

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Tanner Bowden

Tanner Bowden is a staff writer at Gear Patrol covering all things outdoors and fitness. He is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School and a former wilderness educator. He lives in Brooklyn but will always identify as a Vermonter.

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Don’t Miss Out on Complimentary Digital Access to Issue Thirteen

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The Summer Preview

In case you missed it, earlier this week, we launched Issue Thirteen of Gear Patrol Magazine: The Summer Preview.

Alongside our typical print release, which subscribers should already have on hand, we’re providing all readers with complimentary access to a digital version of Issue Thirteen. Just sign up for any Gear Patrol newsletter to receive your copy, which will be delivered as soon as you sign up. If you’re already subscribed, great news: an access link is already in the email announcing the launch of Issue Thirteen in your inbox.

If you’re like us and still prefer the unique experience that is reading a great print magazine, you can still order a copy directly from our store that we’ll ship to your door. No matter which way you choose to enjoy our work, we appreciate your support and sincerely hope that this ultimate guide to summer will help you take advantage of warmer months ahead.

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Two Awesome Timex Watches from Todd Snyder Are on Sale Right Now

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Mid Century, Blackjack & Mod


Todd Snyder’s collaborations with Timex has yielded some of the coolest watches of the past few years. From blacked-out field watches on NATOs to slick dress pieces on leather straps, Snyder’s collab pieces always offer up plenty of style and fun in value-laden packages. Right now you can nab the Blackjack or Mid Century for 50% off and 37% off, respectively.

The Blackjack Watch by Timex $138 $69

The Mid Century in Brown by Timex $158 $99
Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.

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This Top Performing Plant-Based Protein Powder Is on Sale Today

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Plant Power Up


The world of protein powder can be a scary, if not confusing place. The runners on our team often talk about what we do to re-fuel without putting crap into our bodies. My go-to is typically a giant scoop of peanut butter (and then maybe another one), but Vega’s Sport premium protein is a close second choice. I’ve sampled this powder in everything from wake up shakes to post-run peanut butter and banana smoothies, and it’s always tasted great to me. Plus, there’s no dry mouth or weird texture feeling with it.

Professional trainers agree that vegan is a good way to go in protein powders, and Vega makes the list of top choices. Each scoop has 30 grams of protein from pea protein, organic pumpkin seed protein, organic sunflower seed and alfalfa. Vega also lists superfoods like tart cherry, beetroot extract among its ingredients, plus probiotics, all of which help with recovery.

Right now, Vega’s Sport Protein Powder is on sale at Amazon. Discounts change depending on what flavor and size you want; you can save 26 percent on a 12-pack of individual chocolate servings, or 11 percent if you go all-in on the XL tub.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Meg Lappe

Meg Lappe is Gear Patrol’s Editorial Coordinator, handling strategy across our digital, print, video and social teams. She can typically be found running around.

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You May Not Be Going Outside, But You Shouldn’t Miss This Sale on Sunglasses

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9 Deals Not to Miss: A Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket, Everlane Tees & More

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Thinking of Buying a Turntable? Now Is the Time

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The Fluance RT81 Is Cheaper Than Ever


The Fluance RT81 is definitely one of the best entry-level turntables you can buy. Its combination of high-quality components and materials, good looks, a built-in phono preamp, and an extremely affordable price tag make it a no-brainer for people looking to build out an entry-level turntable system. And right now, it’s cheaper than it has ever been.

Amazon is selling the normally $350 turntable for 40% off. The deal will run until April 14.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Tucker Bowe

Tucker Bowe has been on Gear Patrol’s editorial team since 2014. As a Tech Staff Writer, he tracks everything in the consumer tech space, from headphones to smartphones, wearables to home theater systems. If it lights up or makes noise, he probably covers it.

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The Powerbeats Pro Are $50 off on Amazon

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That’s 20% Off


Amazon is selling Powerbeats Pro, Beats’s newest true wireless sport earbuds, for $50 off – the normally $250 wireless earbuds are available for just $200 in all four colorways (black, ivory, moss and navy).

This is a pretty great deal considering that the Powerbeats Pro are, in my opinion, one of the best true wireless sport earbuds for anybody with an iPhone. They have Apple’s H1 Chip which allows them to pair faster with any iOS device, just like the newest AirPods. And they even charge via a Lightning port, meaning you can charge it with the same charging cable you use with your iPhone.

$200 for wireless sport earbuds is still fairly expensive, of course. If you’re looking for a more affordable pair of true wireless earbuds, the new Jaybird Vista ($180) are equally excellent. The Powerbeats ($150) are another good option; they’re effectively exactly the same as the Powerbeats Pro, but with a cord tethering the two earbuds together.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Tucker Bowe

Tucker Bowe has been on Gear Patrol’s editorial team since 2014. As a Tech Staff Writer, he tracks everything in the consumer tech space, from headphones to smartphones, wearables to home theater systems. If it lights up or makes noise, he probably covers it.

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9 Deals Not to Miss: A Classic Swiss Army Knife, Nike Killshot 2 Sneakers & More

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We Love This Watch in Titanium, But The Steel Version Is Just as Cool. And It’s on Sale

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Summer Field Watches


Among the best field watches as well among as the overall best affordable watches, Bertucci’s field watch is a go-to beater, with good looks and an affordable price tag. In titanium it’s particularly lightweight, but this steel version measures only 40mm wide and won’t burden your wrist on its casual NATO strap. Quartz-powered and available with one of three nylon NATO straps (or with a couple leather options for an additional $15), the Bertucci A-2S is now even cheaper at 32% off its normally competitive retail price. That means it can be your new summer watch for just $68.

Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Learn more here.
Zen Love

Zen Love is Gear Patrol’s watch writer. He avoids the snooty side of the watch world, and seeks out food in NYC that resembles what he loved while living in Asia for over a decade.

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