September 25, 2022

If you’ve ever dreamt of diving deep, deep underwater, you may be in luck. Recently, Nemo released the world’s first series-produced submarine, the U-Boat Worx. The submarine can dive down to depths of 330 feet and features a large, rounded acrylic viewport. Battery-powered by an electrical propulsion system, the cruiser is built to max out at three knots underwater – but who needs to hurry through the deep? The submarine comes in both single and two-seat models and can be deployed on land, from a boat ramp or right off your yacht. The device currently retails for about $545,000. While you’re saving up, might we suggest finding a dive watch to match?

Today we’re taking a look at a new row machine, spicy popsicles and a performance-grade climbing shoe. This is Today in Gear.

Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios. Send your most pressing product questions to [email protected].

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The Most Beautiful Basketball Money Can Buy?

Reigning Champ has released a chic basketball in three colorways – gray, black and white. The ball is designed for indoor courts and uses high-performance composite leather for a soft touch and “dry tack feel.” It meets regulation standards for size and weight and currently retails for $90. Real fans can go further to complete the set by securing the brand’s limited edition Mini Basketball Hoop and Basketball Court Floor Mat.

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This Climbing Shoe is Built to Perform

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La Sportiva, the trending brand behind more and more of our favorite outdoor gear, has just released a new pair of climbing shoes. The Katana Lace is a comfortable, all-day climbing shoe built to perform on slabs, thin cracks and steep single or multi-pitch routes. Its slightly downturned toe ensures you can hook into small pockets or tiptoe across the thinnest edges – comfortably and cool as a cucumber. Now retailing for $219 on the La Sportiva site, these shoes are built to outperform their competition.

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Peloton is innovating, inventing and rowing into the future. The company has officially opened up pre-orders on its newest device: The Peloton Row. The Row is a belt-driven rowing machine (in a similar vein to Hydrow) designed to offer “fine-grain, electronically-controlled resistance.” Owners can set personal pace targets and track performance data after each session. The device itself currently retails for $3,195 plus $44 per month to access membership content.

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A Popsicle Built to Bring the Heat

Zaxby’s has unveiled a new line of popsicles created in partnership with the popsicle brand Frios. “Saucesicles” come in two flavors – Zax Sauce and Tongue Torch. Zax Sauce offers fans a sweet, tangy treat that tastes of the brand’s secret spice mix, black pepper and Worcestershire sauce. Meanwhile, Tongue Torch teases mild heat with notes of tomatoes, garlic, paprika, turmeric and lime. The popsicles are currently free – while supplies last – on the brand’s website, so make sure to bring them home before they run out.

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Meet The Fratello x NOMOS Glashütte Weltzeit Blue Panda

This new limited-edition watch arrives as the second Fratello x NOMOS Glashütte collab – a year after the brands produced the first panda-dial Weltzeit. Now, they’re back again with a 100-piece release of their new midnight blue Panda. The watch is powered by NOMOS’ in-house DUW 5201 movement and boasts an eleven-piece case. The see-through, sapphire case back displays the movement, which features 26 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve. The watch will retail for about $4,612 from the Fratello Shop on September 27.

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