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GORE RUNNING WEAR: GORE RUNNING WEAR sets the standard for performance and protection with skin-to-shell garment systems and sport-specific designs featuring GORE-TEX and WINDSTOPPER fabric technologies as well as other selected technical fabrics. Click through to shop this collection of Men’s and Women’s premium running gear with all the bells and whistles. Featuring jackets, tights, and more.
Emerica: Emerica’s premium skate-inspired footwear and apparel is designed and tested by professional riders. Each model is packed with as much personality and individuality as the riders themselves because, hey, that’s what skateboarding is all about. Speaking of what skateboarding is all about, Emerica is about more than just creating innovative skate gear. The company actively empowers youth through skateboarding by supporting organizations like Boards for Bros, which distributes refurbished skateboards to children that can’t afford them. Rodney Recloose would be proud. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on Men’s Emerica footwear.
Hit the Trail: Men’s Footwear: Don’t let your perfect path turn into a trail of tears because of bad footwear. Click to shop now to shop hiking boots and performance trail socks by Vasque, KEEN, Columbia, Dahlgren, and more.
Hit the Trail: Women’s Footwear: Blisters and twisted ankles are for the ill equipped. With the right footwear you can go anywhere. Find the perfect pairing of trail socks and shoes here. Click through now to shop our collection of hiking shoes, boots, and socks by Columbia, Patagonia, Vasque, adidas, & more.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Champion of Champions: Did you know? To say that Italian professional cyclist Angelo Fausto Coppi was a prolific athlete would be an understatement. Between 1940 and 1953, he won the Giro d’Italia five times, the Tour de France twice, and the World Championship once. Italians knew him as the “Champion of Champions.” He was so good that organizers for the 1952 Tour de France had to double the prize money they were offering for second place just to generate interest. On July 20 (that’s today) that same year, Coppi won the Tour de France as expected. What wasn’t expected was by how much: the Champion of Champions came in nearly half an hour over his closest competitor. No one has won a Tour by that big of a margin ever since.