GORE RUNNING WEAR, Emerica Footwear, Hit the Trail: Men’s & Women’s Footwear, & More

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Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

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.