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There’s been a recent resurgence in vintage tech among the modern generation of consumers. The rise of film cameras and vinyl collecting is the biggest indicator. One thing I wouldn’t predict making a comeback is the Walkman. The portable cassette player had a clunky charm, but it felt too outdated to win over contemporary audiences. So color me shocked to discover that Sony had unveiled a minimalist, beautiful standalone portable audio player. The NW-A306 is a modern walkman that retains a chunky, oversized aesthetic but trims away the fat and adds some seriously impressive specs. Inside, you’ll find an Android-powered operating system, 32GB of storage, and Wi-Fi 802.11AC and Bluetooth 5. Designed for audiophiles, the Sony NW-A306 gives you a distraction-free hi-fi audio experience on the go. Maybe this can be the true successor to the classic Walkman of old. The Sony NW-A306 will hit Japan and Europe markets but there’s a chance it could be available stateside, too. Official pricing hasn’t been releases but speculation suggests it would cost between $400-$500.

Proof Rover

Yes, you read that correctly, and no, we don’t invoke the Land Rover without absolute certainty our claims will be delivered on. Whether you opt for the straight or slim option, each pair of pants in the Proof Rover Collection calls upon the name of a certain all-terrain vehicle for a reason–they’re durable, comfortable and capable of handling any obstacle in their way–all while looking damn good in the process. They feel like sweats, they age like raw denim and they’re as durable as the most classic work pants. When you want to check all the boxes–with all of the color options–you need to buy Proof Rover Pants today.

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