Gear Patrol Magazine, Issue Twenty-One
Introducing Gear Patrol Magazine, Issue Twenty-One.
The latest edition gets underway with a look at an unexpected yet refreshing trend: transparent gadgets, which first rose to popularity in the '90s and have recaptured consumers' interests — including our own. They're not the only products making a comeback. The Guide covers vintage workout gear, a 75-year-old lounge chair, timeless watch designs and premade cocktails. Don't worry, this isn't the stuff you drank in college.
Elsewhere, we sit down with prominent designers shaping the product world, including Kaila Cumings, a self-taught knifemaker collaborating with the biggest brands in the business, and Caroline Andrew, who belongs to a new wave of tailors reinvigorating London's Savile Row.
Speaking of people, our first feature pays tribute to an unsung hero of waxed canvas outerwear. America's sole independent reproofer of Barbour and Filson jackets, Alain Gauthier, reflects on two decades of business as he prepares to pass down his trade. We also travel across the country to speak with the distillers putting American single malt on the map — and store shelves. Behind the scenes, the US government will soon rule on whether or not the category deserves an official designation like bourbon.
All this and more in Issue Twenty-One. Purchase a single issue while supplies last.
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