Supersonic Boots, GORE-TEX Denim, and more emerging gear

This week’s sneak peek at the latest gear has something for just about everyone – From truck drivers to marathon runners, and (almost) everything in between.

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Safer and more powerful – probably the two most important things you can say when marketing to truck owners for life. This is the motto that Outside Van has kept developing summit wheelan off-road option specially designed for the Mercedes Sprinter.

The 17″ x 8″ alloy wheel has increased durability and reduced weight thanks to the flush forming process. The wheels use the original Mercedes 6-130 lug pattern, so no modification is required.

Equipped with BF Goodrich’s legendary KO2 treads, the 3,200-pound load capacity per wheel exceeds Sprinter chassis requirements, accommodating even the strongest of chassis. The Apex is available in 38mm and 29mm offsets—for stock or modified suspension systems—and is sold as a set of four ($2,848) or five ($3,560).

Salomon Phantasm 2 running shoe

Greased Lightning may have a worthy contender for the speed crown, with the “superboot” installed by Salomon. S/Phantom Lab 2. Officially launching for purchase on October 1—for a respectable $275—these race day shoes are specifically designed to take podiums and break records (personal or historical). It sports a very thin and sheer look! — Synthetic mesh upper, sporty soft PEBA midsole, and full-length carbon plate.

But specs alone don’t make this shoe stand out; I know I tested the pair for a month. At under 9 ounces per shoe (even for my size 13), and with a nearly second-skin fit, the S/Lab Phantasm 2 feels like no other shoe on the market (look for our full review in October). For serious athletes looking to step up to another level of speed, Phantasm 2 is well worth a look.

Puffy blanket by Nomadex National Parks

Sure enough, there are a million puffy blankets out there (that’s what counts as “fluffy” to all European readers). But have you seen any of that map showing all of our amazing national parks? I did not, and the latest version from Nomadex It gives us exactly that! This stylish design is just one of four new designs from the brand known for its convenient and packable products.

In addition to the National Parks map, the set also includes prints inspired by Yellowstone, the Smoky Mountains, and the Grand Canyon. Each blanket is sand and water resistant, has snaps and grommets, and measures 74″ x 55″.

Best of all, every Nomadix purchase helps protect public lands through the brand’s partnership with the Conservation Alliance. Available now for $100 each.

A man opens a Leatherman photography package

The good news for photographers is that there is now a Leatherman product for you! The bad news is that it’s not a fancy dedicated multitool — at least not yet. But Leatherman has photo-ops in mind New adaptation kitan everyday carry bag designed to help keep photographers organized while on the go.

Made of 500D recycled nylon, the Adapt Kit protects the fragile tools of the trade and keeps everything geared up with seven interior pockets. In addition, the Adapt Kit includes a removable silicone tray and compression-molded workspace, loops for organizing cables and cords, and a strap for tool storage. Available now For $70.

Janji La Sportiva tectonic jacket and shoes
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Sometimes all you need to make your rides faster and more fun is a little style! Ganji teamed up with La Sportiva to do just that with colorful colours The door group to the world. The limited-edition capsule includes 10 items in total – men’s and women’s shorts, Zephyrunner windbreakers, Jackal II shoes, running hat, sports bra, shirt, and hip bag/carrier.

Uniting the entire group is the tectonic shift print, as described above. The full collection is now available exclusively at REIWith 2% of clothing sales allocated to support clean water projects.

Acromuda topographic fanny pack

Find your favorite place on Earth, then pin their topo map on this fun pack! It’s not a revolutionary idea, but it sure is a fun and creative way for outdoor enthusiasts to personalize this go-anywhere pack.

This stylish set also includes jacket straps for attaching to a rain shell and is compatible with our custom designed removable water bottle bag. Topo Fanny Pack is Available on Kickstarter Now, with early bird prices starting at $44.

A man with a beard and a size 66 northern cap is standing next to a jeep
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Don’t call it a beanie. If your Icelandic language is up to snuff, call it by its name — the measurement condition. But if nothing else, call it a hunting hat. In collaboration with brand ambassador and photographer Benjamin Hardman, the 66 North Mælifell faux wool hat is named after Hardman’s favorite volcanic mountain in Iceland. (Spoiler, there are more than a few to choose from). The classic beanie looks as beautiful as it is warm and cozy. Available now for $60.

Vasque Re: tie shoe collection

Essential hikers aren’t the only people who need a great, good-looking, reliable shoe—everyday adventurers need it, too. Vasque takes a step towards bridging the gap between the two camps Re: group linka friendly companion line to the brand’s long-running adventure shoes and boots.

And this new collection is coming on strong, featuring Vasque’s most versatile design yet: here. This “road to track” shoe carries the iconic Xlite sole and breathable mesh upper.

If you want more details, check it out GearJunkie first look review it. Shop men’s and women’s styles in both medium and low-end, retail now for $150 and $130, respectively.

The North Face Denim Collection
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Street style meets technical performance in this new collection from The North Face – thanks to waterproof GORE-TEX denim. This urban assault clothing capsule breathes new life into the ’92 Nuptse Reversible Puffer ($380), Waterproof GTX Mountain Jacket ($450), and GTX Mountain Pant ($250).

In other words, you can wear technical denim from head to toe — it’s like a Canadian tuxedo just, you know, cool. Discover the full collection now on north face.

Single burner burners

Solo Stove has received high praise from GearJunkie When they first appeared on the scene a few years ago with the original smokeless fire pit. The brand hasn’t looked back since then and seems to have launched a new version of the stunning design across a range of products.

And now, we can add tiki torches to the mix, with… Solo mesa burner stove. The cold-rolled steel torches are 52.75 inches long, have an integrated three-wick fuel canister, and can hold a detachable extinguisher. Buy one for $80 or a three-pack for $200 – Available now.

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