Products of the Week: Momofuku Noodles, Bezos Rocket Toys and Massive Yeti Jugs

The 7 best pieces of garb and gear that crossed our desks this week

August 28, 2021 9:23 am
Products of the Week: Momofuku Noodles, Bezos Rocket Toys and Massive Yeti Jugs

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Each week, our inbox runneth over with news of gear, apparel and tech releases from around the world. In this feature, we’ll parse through the best of them. Today: spicy noodles from Momofuku, a miniature model of Jeff Bezos’s dick rocket and a big boi Yeti bottle.

Estes Rockets

Blue Origin New Shepard

Estes Rockets has apparently partnered with Blue Origin to craft a miniature model of Bezos’s New Shepard rocket, which, as the internet has roundly and dutifully observed, looks like a dildo. Moreover, it costs $69. That’s right, someone made a miniature model of Jeff Bezos’s dick rocket, is selling it for $69, and it seems none of this is supposed to be a joke. For a, uh, deeper look into the rocket, read up here.


Spigen Tag Armor Duo

Misplace your pricey AirPods Pro earbuds? Spigen’s new case allows you to snap an AirTag onto the case’s front for safekeeping. You can still charge your buds wirelessly, and now you’ll know where you randomly placed them last night when you stumbled home (by the bathroom sink, for no apparent reason).


Yeti Rambler 64-oz. Bottle with Chug Cap

Yeti must’ve heard hauling around a ginormous water bottle is all the rage right now, because the brand recently brought back its Rambler 64-oz. Bottle. This big boi is packed with Yeti’s iconic double-wall insulation that keeps liquids hot or cold for hours on end and durable stainless steel that keeps you from spilling your liquids all over the place. You can shop the released hydration king in White, Black, Navy and a limited edition Harvest Red.


Brooklinen x Pendleton Paths Blanket

Is a humble blanket really something that needs the collab treatment? Brooklinen and Pendleton sure make a good case with their new Paths Blanket. Eschewing the more traditional styles of classic Pendleton designs, which pair well with lakeside log cabins and mountain bungalows, the Paths opts for a vibrant, colorful, geometric pattern that will seriously up the design cachet of any room in your house. After Labor Day, catch us working underneath this bundle of warmth while sipping Apple Crisp Macchiatos. You should try it. 


Momofuku Noodles

Momofuku launched some noodles. Made only with wheat, salt and water, air-dried noodles contain zero preservatives or artificial flavoring and even offer 10 grams of plant-based protein per serving. The noodles are available in three mouth-watering flavors: Soy & Scallion Noodles, Spicy Soy Noodles and Tingly Chili Wavy Noodles. Er, were available. Unfortunately, the noodles got scooped up quick and are currently sold out.


SAXX Underwear x Rumpl

Pacific Northwest brands Rumpl and Saxx have teamed up with Plastic Bank to bring us the Give Back Collection — a venture that seeks to raise awareness and funds in the fight against ocean pollution. The vibrant design that draws inspiration from the natural world can be found on Rumpl’s Original Puffy Blanket and Saxx’s Quest Boxer Brief, both of which are beloved best-sellers. Each brand pledges to help prevent plastic bottles from entering the ocean through a purchase, or contribution to Plastic Bank.

3BRAND x Lids

Russell Wilson is debuting a line of hats from his 3BRAND in association with Lids, which feature the Seattle QB’s signature number 3 logo on three different colored hats. It’s part of three exclusive drops with Lids coming this year, and 5% of the profits benefit the Why Not You Foundation nonprofit.

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