Products of the Week: Trench Coats, Benchmade Knives and a New YETI Collection

The 11 best pieces of garb and gear that crossed our desks this week

February 20, 2021 5:46 am
Products of the Week: Trench Coats, Benchmade Knives and a New YETI Collection

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: a dapper trench coat from Nobis, a new Bugout knife and YETI travel bags.


Nobis Camden Trench

Available in a dapper new cork/camel colorway, this trench is lightweight, breathable and features a matching fabric belt on the waist and cuff with faux horn buckle detailing.


Carhartt x Guinness Collection

A limited-edition collection that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day (which, again, will probably be spent at home), this collaboration features men’s and women’s sweatshirts, T-shirts and hats that nicely reflect the best of both iconic brands.


Baileys Deliciously Light

It says delicious right there in the title — how could you go wrong? For those of us who like Bailey’s but occasionally find it a bit much, this is an ideal compromise (40% less sugar and 40% fewer calories). Want to try? The brand teamed up with Cocktail Courier to offer four different tipples with the new liqueur. Bonus: Neil Patrick Harris is both a spokesperson and a fan. 


Noah x Barbour

After the success of their first collaboration, it was only a matter of time before Barbour and Noah teamed up again. This time the two brands sought to step even farther outside the box, taking Barbour’s famed Waxed Bedale Jackets and rendering them in bold zebra and paisley patterns. The collection also includes matching waxed baseball and bucket hats, and even a Beaufort backpack.


Huckberry x Seager

Go west via Huckberry’s collaboration with Seager Co. Inspired by the grit and ruggedness that defined the Old West, the collection is made up of durable pieces equipped to handle the worst the West has to offer, from a USA-made hat inspired by the military-grade bush hats from the ‘60s, to a flaxseed linen wax shirt. But don’t worry, the clothes are just as stylish as they are hard-wearing, with more casual pieces like graphic tees and snapbacks included. Go get ‘em cowboy.

new Yeti Crossroads travel bags

YETI Crossroads Collection

YETI just expanded its line of travel bags with the newly released Crossroads Collection. The collection features three all-new bags — the Crossroads BackpackDuffel and Luggage — all crafted with TuffSkin Nylon, a water and abrasion-resistant fabric built to handle all the dirt, grime and spills that come with traveling. You can shop each bag in various sizes, depending on how much space you require, but each bag boasts unique features like convenient divider panels and internal pockets to keep belongings organized, protective laptop sleeves and modular compression straps to secure clothes and other travel essentials.


HOKA Men’s Mach 4

In its fourth edition, the HOKA Mach 4 is a softer, bouncier everyday trainer designed for long distances. Engineered with breathable, comfortable mesh, responsive cushioning, an upper made from heat-pressed TPU embroidered yarns and a pressure-relieving Achilles construction, you’ll have no problem going the distance.


Benchmade 535-3 Bugout

One of Benchmade’s most enduring and most useful designs, the Bugout, gets an upgrade with a milled carbon-fiber handle, an S90V “super-steel” blade, and nifty blue detailing.


Ed Ruscha x Entireworld “Oklahoma-E” T

To commemorate the Ed Ruscha exhibit “Ed Ruscha: OKLA” (which opened 2/18) at Oklahoma Contemporary, Entireworld teamed up with the artist himself to create this t-shirt. The exhibit celebrates and examines the pop artist’s lifetime of work through the lens of his childhood spent in Oklahoma City and in turn the t-shirt reflects the same sentiment, taking Ruscha’s piece titled “Oklahoma-E” from 1962, and printing it on a plain white tee.



The recently launched sleep wellness brand is a first of its kind. WAVY offers a new solution to better, breathable and cleaner sleep with its Cove and Swell pillows. Produced in Italy, the brand harnesses water in the foam creation process, opposed to industry-standard, harsh chemicals to create a supportive, breathable clean foam pillow which also helps prevent microbial growth to keep skin protected as well. But the best part is that WAVY pillows are machine washable and dryer safe, and you can use the brand’s plant-based, 100% clean WAVY washes to keep your pillow smelling as good as it feels.


Everlane Track Collection

Everlane’s new Track Collection consists of only three items, the Track Pant, the Track Hoodie and the Track Crewneck, each made using GOTS-certified organic cotton, meaning it meets the Global Organic Textile Standard from farm to factory. While the silhouettes remain simple, they’re quite refined, featuring just a hint of slouch to give them that relaxed look and feel, but they’re still more than suitable for wearing outside the comfort of one’s home. Available in soothing shades of Sandstone, Kingfisher Blue and Green Balsam, as well as the standard black and grey, the pieces are easy to mix and match, and will prove to seamlessly work with other items in your wardrobe.

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