stuff we drool about

January 2021 Gear Crave

In our new monthly installment, we showcase the gear we are lusting after. This is a collection of various, handpicked items to satisfy our gear crave needs. From wear items with a considerable amount of style, to items that are worthy of making it into your pockets every single day of the week, and a bevy of technologies designed to distract and entertain. We are happy to help with a slew of the best gear to keep every guy drooling.


The Norra Fleece is an extremely multifunctional piece that works really well on its own or when layering with other garments (the low collar gives you space around your neck when layering). The fleece was engineered in collaboration with Polartec, reducing the shedding of microfibres by 80% compared to any other premium fleece fabric out there.
BUY | $145



When the Adidas Ultraboost debuted back in 2015, it had an impact that spilled beyond the world of running. For this version of the shoes, we retooled the design on a 3D-printed midsole. The denser parts of the lattice provide more support, and the parts that are open feel more cushioned. These shoes dont just look like the future. They feel like it, too.
BUY | $200



A functional and chic rolltop backpack, The Element is designed for rough days at sea and soggy Scandinavian commutes. Your belongings will feel safe here. Made with nylon ripstop fabric and featuring quick-access pockets for your phone, wallet and laptop, this weatherproof pack is the perfect companion for the workday, water and backwoods.
BUY | $329



The WD_BLACK P50 Game Drive SSD will provide you and your PC or console with the tools you need to drive your game the way you choose. With read speeds of up to 2000MB/s2 and up to 4TB1 of storage, you’ll spend less time waiting to get back in the game and more time actually playing your game collection.
BUY | $178+



The new Liberty Air 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds feature Targeted Active Noise Cancelling: Designed to eliminate the most disruptive and intrusive noise in everyday situations, and HearID Customized Sound: Hearing and ear analysis that intelligently creates your ideal listening profile for sublime sound.
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An athlete favorite, the II Solo Futurelight Glove by The North Face is fully waterproof, breathable and ideal for both in-bounds powder and backcountry exploration. Features include a wool Sherpa fleece lining for added warmth, water-resistant goat leather on palm, an adjustable wrist strap that ensures a perfect fit, and Etip functionality that works with touchscreen devices.
BUY | $120



Designed with a minimalist aesthetic and made with comfort in mind, this ballpoint pen weighs only 22g to feel light as a feather in your hand. The finely milled aluminum body boasts a subtle texture created through vibration polishing techniques.
BUY | $35



Meet the the worlds smallest 66W USB-C Charger, the perfect option for the new MacBook line and the iPhone 12. The compact charger features two USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 ports that max out at 66W and a USB-A Quick Charge port that maxes out at 36W.
BUY | $59




Transform your bulky mess of a keyring into an organized, quiet stack with the new Keysmart Max, the worlds smartest key organizer. The EDC wonder fits up to fourteen keys and includes Tile Smart Technology so you can track your missing keys on a map in the free Tile app.
BUY | $99



The new Orbitkey Nest is a home for your everyday essentials, a portable and customisable desk organiser with an in-built wireless charger. This sleek valet tray for your workspace, has some tricks hidden up its sleeve, in fact, it is a desk organizer, wireless charging pad, and travel organizer, all in one.
BUY | $109



This is the world’s smallest 4000-Lumen flashlight. The Nitecore T4K packs an impressive 4,000 Lumens into a palm-sized keychain flashlight, this means it is bright enough to be considered blinding and small enough that you can connect it to your keychain for easier hauling.
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Made by surfers, for surfers to surfers. Stoned Magazine´s ethos is all about surfing and its lifestyle. They delve into not only the lifestyle of surfers but shed light to motorcycles, skateboard, contemporary artists, filmography. Lifestyle is portrayed via in-depth interviews and stories visuaised through candid and documentary photography.
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