Columbia Sportswear’s new Omni-Heat Infinity tech grabbed our attention this week. This is a NASA-inspired gold metallic lining material scientifically engineered to optimize warmth and breathability. Marking one of the largest tech launches in the company’s history, Columbia’s new patented technology will be available this autumn in more than 60 styles of jackets, and will also be introduced to boots and accessories. Meanwhile, Apple held its “California Streaming” event which showcased a host of new products including the new iPad Mini. It has an 8.3-inch display, a fresh new design, and the A15 Bionic CPU ensures the device will perform 40% faster than its predecessor, Apple claims. For those needing a cover for their new iPhone 13, check out our IMBOLDN Digest article, The9 Best Cases For The New iPhone 13, to get the lowdown on how to best protect your new investment. Also on our radar this week was IWC’s new Pilot’s Chronograph Collection inspired by three of the most renowned U.S. fleet and Navy squadrons. Finally, we loved Randolph’s American-made Aviators with their authentic military cases that hadn’t been released to civilians until now.
Columbia Sportswear Launches The Revolutionary Omni-Heat Infinity Tech
Columbia’s Omni-Heat Infinity was inspired by the reflective technology used by NASA.
IWC Releases Its Professional Pilot’s Chronograph Collection
This marks the first time these designs are available to non-pilots.
Randolph Releases Its Mil-Spec Aviators With Military-Issued Case
For the very first time, the iconic Randolph Aviators come with an embossed military-issued case.
Apple Announces Its New, Redesigned iPad Mini
The new iPad Mini supports the second-generation Apple Pencil and the accessory magnetically attaches to the mini’s side.
The 9 Best Cases for The New iPhone 13
Keep your phone safe with these sleek and stylish cases from top brands.