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Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.

Sick of paying for several different streaming services? Well, a bundled plan may be on the horizon. New rumors of a mega-bundled streaming service have surfaced, with both Paramount Global CEO Bob Bakish and Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav affirming the idea. Of course, praise for the concept is still speculative (and broad), but the idea is gaining traction after Disney’s success in bundling its own Disney+ service with Hulu and ESPN+. Plus, given Verizon’s ongoing success in selling Netflix, Paramount+ and Showtime in its own bundle, it seems like it’s only a matter of time before these brands start cashing in for themselves.

Today we’re taking a look at the new Hamilton Khaki Field Models, an ultralight backpacking pack and plant-based tinned "fish". 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].

Hamilton just rounded out its Khaki Field Collection with four new models. Two versions of the new Khaki Field Titanium come in two different sizes, (38mm and 42mm) each with a full titanium bracelet. Fans can choose from brushed titanium or black PVD-coated titanium across the case and bracelet, with each piece powered by the H-10 caliber. The new watches retail from $1,145 to $1,295, making these releases a great plus-up for the usual Khaki Field lover.


Mater Soap’s Basil Bar ($16) is a nourishing body soap made from 100 percent natural, sustainably sourced plant ingredients. Each bar has been infused with basil and mint essential oils to ensure a bright, fresh lather plus poppy seeds and green clay to power better exfoliation. Of course, if you’d prefer to swap out a cozier scent come winter, Mater Soap has plenty of options. Our rec? The sleek Pine Tar Bar ($16), a smoky soap designed to help soothe dry skin.


Neck Gaiters are often polarizing. They can offer integral UV protection in the summer sun, or keep you extra cozy in the winter, but it can be difficult to find a ‘cool’ version. Luckily, ROA has you covered. The ROA Neck Gaiter ($76) is a sleek piece of gear that now comes in 3D Black and Military Green. Made in Italy from cooling, sweat-wicking fabric, the textured gaiter offers the smallest, coolest detail to every fit.


For those unfamiliar, Six Moon Designs has been creating ultra light gear for over 20 years. Now, the team is back with the new Minimalist V2 Ultralight Backpack ($285). The frameless 50L backpack weighs in at just 40 – 41 ounces (depending on how you configure it), and comes with a series of smart stash pockets. Plus, if you’re new to backpacking, consider pairing the pack with the brand’s Haven Ultralight Tent ($375). Built for two, this 34-ounce tent will get you where you need to go.


In recent years, revamped tinned fish brands have taken artisanal grocery stores by storm. Now, there’s a vegan option. Seed to Surf’s "plant-based seafood" uses ingredients like enoki mushrooms and celery root to recreate seafood staples. Flavored with seaweeds like kelp, knob and kombu, fans can now bring the brand’s Celery Root Smoked Whitefish and Mushroom Snow Crab home in $30 three-packs.