Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

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Filson Hand-Painted Luggage
Filson Hand-Painted Luggage

This week, Filson released an extremely limited collection of its rugged twill bags, with wildlife artwork painted by New York City-based artist Patric Hanley. The 18-piece collection includes Filson’s Tote Bag with Zipper, Original Briefcase, and Medium Duffle ($1,050 and up) with hand-painted artwork inspired by rural Ohio — think colorful mallards, fish, and more. There’s only one of each bag: so when they’re gone, they’re gone.

Yuba E-Bike Ski Rack
Yuba E-Bike Ski Rack

The Yuba Ski Rack ($350), equipped with an integrated Thule SnowPack M clamp, can hold up to four pairs of skis (or two snowboards). With its lightweight aluminum design and easy installation, you can pop on the Ski Rack when needed, and remove it when you don’t. Traveling to your local ski hill by bike? This may be the perfect gadget for you. The Ski Rack currently fits two models of Yuba Bicycles.

Protect Our Winters x BUFF
Protect Our Winters x BUFF

We’d argue you can never have too many BUFFs. You’ll want at least one for summer, one for winter, maybe a heavier fleece or wool option. BUFF has your winter pick covered with its Protect Our Winters x BUFF ($26). Inspired by POW’s “Outdoor State of Mind,” the POW Collection will include three Original EcoStretch BUFFs designed by artist and outdoor guide Jessa Gilbert. There are five designs total.

Pelican RF Field Wallet
Pelican RF Field Wallet

Pelican thinks it’s finally created the first waterproof aluminum EDC wallet. The RF G5 Field Wallet ($40) has a sleek, lightweight, and tough aluminum construction, with a silicon O-ring and sturdy snap latch rated to IP67 (submersible to one meter of water for 30 minutes). It also has flexible internal webbing to secure cards and cash, and a removable lanyard. It will be available starting November 26.

Travel the Planet Overland Book
Travel the Planet Overland Book

Graeme and Luisa Bell have lived full time on the road for over a decade. If you are interested in overland travel, as a hobby or a lifestyle, but don’t know where to start, Travel The Planet Overland ($39 on preorder) will serve as your field manual. Intended to inspire and educate others, the Bells’ manual walks readers through all sorts of topics on vehicles, budget, travel, border crossings, and more. There’s just days left to get this Kickstarter to its goal — so check it out.

HEST Car-Camping Mattress
HEST Car-Camping Mattress

Luxury outdoor mattress maker HEST is out with its most packable car-camping mattress option yet. The Foamy ($299) is made with two layers of memory foam, and has an integrated compression strap and durable, water-resistant exterior fabrics. Rolled, it’s about 15 inches tall, and has a portable carry handle. It also comes in two lengths/sizes. If you are looking for a cushier option, check out the HEST Dually. 

Shredly Cascade Pants
Shredly Cascade Pants

Shredly’s new Cascade Pants ($135) are built for the bike, no matter the endeavor. The Cascade Pants are a mountain bike pant made with Shredly’s signature lightweight yet durable, 4-way stretch, quick-dry fabric and yoga-style waistband to eliminate “back-gap.” The pants also have lots of pockets, including two zippered at the front that can fit a smartphone. These pants are also offered in sizes 00-24 to accommodate riders of all sizes.

45NRTH Draugenklaw Drop-Bar Pogies
45NRTH Draugenklaw Drop-Bar Pogies

New this year, 45NRTH’s Draugenklaw Drop-Bar Pogies ($85) are the crafty solution for keeping your hands warm and dry on cold commutes, while also allowing for full use of brake and shift levers. From the brand built on battling Mother Nature’s harshest winter climes, these Pogies have a weather-resistant softshell fabric on the outside, and a soft fleece lining on the inside.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Filson Hand-Painted Luggage

    This week, Filson released an extremely limited collection of its rugged twill bags, with wildlife artwork painted by New York City-based artist Patric Hanley. The 18-piece collection includes Filson’s Tote Bag with Zipper, Original Briefcase, and Medium Duffle ($1,050 and up) with hand-painted artwork inspired by rural Ohio — think colorful mallards, fish, and more. There’s only one of each bag: so when they’re gone, they’re gone.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Yuba E-Bike Ski Rack

    The Yuba Ski Rack ($350), equipped with an integrated Thule SnowPack M clamp, can hold up to four pairs of skis (or two snowboards). With its lightweight aluminum design and easy installation, you can pop on the Ski Rack when needed, and remove it when you don’t. Traveling to your local ski hill by bike? This may be the perfect gadget for you. The Ski Rack currently fits two models of Yuba Bicycles.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Protect Our Winters x BUFF

    We’d argue you can never have too many BUFFs. You’ll want at least one for summer, one for winter, maybe a heavier fleece or wool option. BUFF has your winter pick covered with its Protect Our Winters x BUFF ($26). Inspired by POW’s “Outdoor State of Mind,” the POW Collection will include three Original EcoStretch BUFFs designed by artist and outdoor guide Jessa Gilbert. There are five designs total.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Pelican RF Field Wallet

    Pelican thinks it’s finally created the first waterproof aluminum EDC wallet. The RF G5 Field Wallet ($40) has a sleek, lightweight, and tough aluminum construction, with a silicon O-ring and sturdy snap latch rated to IP67 (submersible to one meter of water for 30 minutes). It also has flexible internal webbing to secure cards and cash, and a removable lanyard. It will be available starting November 26.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Travel the Planet Overland Book

    Graeme and Luisa Bell have lived full time on the road for over a decade. If you are interested in overland travel, as a hobby or a lifestyle, but don’t know where to start, Travel The Planet Overland ($39 on preorder) will serve as your field manual. Intended to inspire and educate others, the Bells’ manual walks readers through all sorts of topics on vehicles, budget, travel, border crossings, and more. There’s just days left to get this Kickstarter to its goal — so check it out.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    HEST Car-Camping Mattress

    Luxury outdoor mattress maker HEST is out with its most packable car-camping mattress option yet. The Foamy ($299) is made with two layers of memory foam, and has an integrated compression strap and durable, water-resistant exterior fabrics. Rolled, it’s about 15 inches tall, and has a portable carry handle. It also comes in two lengths/sizes. If you are looking for a cushier option, check out the HEST Dually. 

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    Shredly Cascade Pants

    Shredly’s new Cascade Pants ($135) are built for the bike, no matter the endeavor. The Cascade Pants are a mountain bike pant made with Shredly’s signature lightweight yet durable, 4-way stretch, quick-dry fabric and yoga-style waistband to eliminate “back-gap.” The pants also have lots of pockets, including two zippered at the front that can fit a smartphone. These pants are also offered in sizes 00-24 to accommodate riders of all sizes.

  • Emerging Gear: Thousand-Dollar Duffel, E-Bike Ski Rack, and More

    45NRTH Draugenklaw Drop-Bar Pogies

    New this year, 45NRTH’s Draugenklaw Drop-Bar Pogies ($85) are the crafty solution for keeping your hands warm and dry on cold commutes, while also allowing for full use of brake and shift levers. From the brand built on battling Mother Nature’s harshest winter climes, these Pogies have a weather-resistant softshell fabric on the outside, and a soft fleece lining on the inside.

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Mary is based out of GearJunkie's Denver, Colo. office. She has a degree in English and journalism, and has been writing professionally for more than six years. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.

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