As the leaves change colors and the world cools down, summer fizzles to a close. However, that doesn’t mean it’s time for you to hibernate. The summer sun may be in the rearview mirror, but there’s plenty to do in the fall. Hit the city for special fall beer, get into the NFL spirit, or bundle up and head outdoors for a hike to enjoy the beautiful transition.
Now that the sun is blazing, it’s time to dress warmer, making it the perfect season for gear in classic black or cool gray. We’ve gathered some stylish apparel in those timeless colors from Amazon, as well as some gear to help you transition to September, including a pair of rugged boots and a high-end camera for those who want to employ their artistic eye. Prepare for the long nights ahead with our picks from the prominent e-commerce market.
Darn Tough Vermont Coolmax Socks
Wrap your feet in these American-made anti-microbial nylon socks to keep them warm this fall. They’re also engineered with Coolmax technology, wicking moisture away from your skin to keep your soles comfy. And these socks are guaranteed for life.
Porsche 911: 50 Years
Bestselling author Randy Leffingwell takes you through a half-century of the Porsche’s most prolific sports cars. The 256-page book covers design and development, engineering technology, racing, competition, and the culture of the prominent sports car manufacturer.
YETI Lowball Tumbler
Whether you’re at home or warming next to a campfire outdoors, YETI’s Rambler Lowball will help you hold your favorite drink. It has an 18/8 kitchen-grade stainless steel construction and double-wall vacuum insulation to keep your drinks cold or hot for longer.
DJI Osmo Mobile 3
Make your smartphone footage look cinematic with the high-tech DJI Osmo Mobile, so you can make video editing easier. Stabilize your handheld footage and benefit from the device’s hand gesture controls and shape recognition for smooth video.
SOG Pillar Tactical Knife
Made in the USA, the Pillar Tactical knife is the ultimate bush-craft cutting tool. Constructed from CPM S35VN steel, the 5-inch blade is an absolute workhorse that packs a full-tang punch. It also has a glass-breaker for emergencies.
Snow Peak Titanium Sake Bottle
Snow Peak’s Titanium Sake Bottle is perfect for carrying spirits on a camping trip. The twist-off bottle is a durable liquid carrier, so you can drink your favorite sake outdoors to keep you warm at night.
Arc’teryx Acrus TR GTX
With GORE-TEX technology and Ortho-lite 3D molded inserts, this rugged footwear is built to stop on backcountry terrain. And to help you maintain your balance while you traverse the wild, they’re equipped with Vibram MegaGrip outsoles, so you have ample traction even on wet surfaces.
Randolph Aviator 2 Sunglasses
Classic square-framed aviators never go out of style, and Randolph makes a sturdy pair. These 55mm sunglasses feature 100% UVA/UVB protection and polarized lenses for immense clarity. Not to mention, they’ve been trusted by the military since 1978.
Peak Design Travel Line Backpack
This modular bag system by Peak Design meets international max carry-on requirements and can expand from 35L to 45L if you need additional room for gear. You can also customize the interval carry options to meet your preferences.
Filson NeoShell Reliance Jacket
Filson’s waterproof Reliance jacket is made from Polartec 3-layer NeoShell fabric and has an attached stow-away hood for when it pours. The wind-resistant jacket also has a fully-sealed construction with taped steams, as well as a full-length zipper closure.
Garmin Instinct Tactical GPS Watch
Built to U.S. Military standards, this GPS watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters, as well as thermal- and shock-resistant. It has a built-in 3-axis compass, barometric alter, Galileo and GLONASS navigation systems.
Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K
Capture all your memories this fall with this portable cinematic 4K camera. Blackmagic’s camera boasts a carbon fiber composite build, four built-in microphones, and a 13-stop dynamic range.
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