If you don’t know GoRuck was founded by a Green Beret how wanted to create apparel that was as tough as the men he served with. GoRuck overbuilds its performance apparel to hold up whether you’re in Baghdad or New York. The GoRuck Challenge Windbreaker ($110) is no different. The shell is made out of a 94% nylon and Spandex fabric that is durable, abrasion resistant, and fast drying. It is also weather resistant so it can handle wind, rain, and mud. Pretty much anything you can throw at it. Additional features include full-zip lock down YKK zipper, two external pockets, zippered chest pocket for you’re phone, and a streamlined hood without strings. And of course it’s made and tested in good ole USA.
Wearable technology is up there with VR in terms of being the next big thing; wearable technology is something many big companies are attempting, but the famous clothing designer and manufacturer Levi’s might have beaten them to the finish line with their newest creation. The new Levi Commuter Trucker Jacket ($TBA) uses Google technology and […]