Eddie Bauer MicroTherm StormDown Hooded Jacket - $159 Two things set this phenomenal down jacket apart from the competition: its price and its cut. First of all, any decent 800-fill jacket in the $200 price range is a steal. But what we love most about it? The slim, athletic fit that doesn't feel like a sleeping bag. Not as cozy in certain circumstances, maybe, but a little more useful when you're outside.
Whispbar x Tesla - $449 We had the good fortune of testing out the Whispbar roof rack system on a Tesla. Roof racks aren't usually considered sleek or design-oriented per se, but the Whispbar jived incredibly well with Elon Musk's electric supercar. If you're in the market for a roof rack but are worried about ruining the sleek lines of your car, the Whispbar might be the move.
JBL Synchros S400BT - $229 There's nothing worse than turning your body while at the computer and having the cord take down a beer onto your keyboard. With Bluetooth headphones like the JBL Synchros, it's simply not an issue—you can get up and roam around cordless. The Synchros sound is full and delivers a surprisingly punchy bass, which had us impressed. And if you're working, the stainless steel headband offers all-day comfort.
Nau Down Collection - $230+ If you're after that unmistakeable warmth of a puffy down jacket but want something a little bit off the beaten path, check out Nau's new down collection. They have a down shirt, a down full-zip sweater, blazer, and a unique-looking hoody that eschew the classic quilt patterns, for the most part.
Brunton HeatSync - $89 How have we not seen a heated seat out of a car before? It's pretty genius and perfect for everything from a sports game to a cold apartment.
Icebreaker Legacy Coat - $449 If you're not down for down's casual look, there's nothing wrong with staying with classic wool. Black, classic, and very warm, IceBreaker's 380 heavyweight merino wool makes for a coat that doesn't trade performance for its refined look.