Element Footwear & Women’s Apparel, Newsstand: Trail Runner, Skiing, Transworld Snowboarding, & More!

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Fresh on the menu today:

Ele­ment Footwear: Ele­ment is an active, open-mind­ed, lifestyle brand with skate­board­ing at its roots. This col­lec­tion fea­tures boots, shoes, and boat shoes built with an eco-friend­lier approach to manufacturing.

Ele­ment Women’s Appar­el: Best worn while watch­ing sum­mer con­certs, not sell­ing grilled cheeses in the park­ing lot, Ele­ment eco-friend­lier appar­el is a hip cel­e­bra­tion of nature with­out the hip­pie crunch. Fea­tur­ing  skirts, dress­es, tees, and more.

Trail Run­ner: The only mag­a­zine ded­i­cat­ed to the off-road run­ning com­mu­ni­ty, Trail Run­ner mag­a­zine inspires and informs with accu­rate, intel­li­gent, and in-depth writ­ing and com­pelling pho­tog­ra­phy. Sub­scribe now!

Ski­ing: SKIING is the only mag­a­zine ded­i­cat­ed to seri­ous skiers look­ing for the lat­est and best gear, the deep­est pow­der, and most excit­ing chal­lenges on the moun­tain. Don’t let sum­mer get in the way of your stoke. Sub­scribe now!

Transworld Snow­board­ing: TransWorld SNOW­board­ing is the most wide­ly sub­scribed-to snow­board­ing mag­a­zine in the world. Like your own pri­vate liftie, it offers the lat­est and best on pros, prod­ucts, and places. Sub­scribe now!

IN OTHER NEWS:

Lute­fisk With Can­dles: Did you know? If your neigh­bors com­plain that the lute­fisk cake you’re bak­ing today is stink­ing up the neigh­bor­hood then sit down and tell them a thing or two about why you’re doing it: to cel­e­brate Roald Engel­bregt Gravn­ing Amundsen’s birth­day, of course. Along with Ernest Shack­le­ton and Robert F. Scott, Amund­sen is one the most famous expe­di­tion lead­ers of the Hero­ic Age of Antarc­tic Explo­ration. The notch­es on his belt loop include dis­cov­er­ing the South Pole and being the first explor­er to undis­put­ed­ly reach the North Pole. He’s also cred­it­ed with being the first to tra­verse the North­west Pas­sage. We can think of worse rea­sons to bake a cake. The true adven­ture begins when you try to eat it.