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Scoured: The Best Gear On Amazon

To say that the world is in a scary state right now is perhaps the understatement of the century. However, while we’re all in quarantine — self-imposed or otherwise — one of the things that is helping us all cope with the COVID-19 crisis is remembering that, eventually, we’ll all get past it (at least to some degree). And once we’re past it, we’re all going to be abundantly eager to get back out in the world.

When we do finally get to meander our way back into the city streets, some of us are going to want to don some of our finest gear and hit the town — going to bars, restaurants, or even just for a walk around the block for some fresh air. And we’re going to want to do it dressed to the nines and geared out in our best. That’s what this month’s Amazon Scoured guide is about: a collection of handsome and functional city-going gear for when things get back to “normal” — whatever that may entail.

See the full list from Sean Tirman on HiConsumption's website here.

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May 6, 2022

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