Tretorn Footwear, Dainese, Toes on the Nose, and Hoka OneOne

Hoka OneOne

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Tre­torn: Found­ed in Hels­ing­borg, Swe­den, in 1891, Tre­torn takes inspi­ra­tion from its Scan­di­na­vian roots and car­ries that vital­i­ty of spir­it through­out all its col­lec­tions. Styl­ish­ly under­stat­ed, Tre­torn’s aes­thet­ic cel­e­brates the out­doors lifestyle. Click through now to shop our col­lec­tion of the brand’s Men’s and Wom­en’s urban-out­doors crossover footwear.

Dainese: Find­ing inspi­ra­tion in every­thing from armadil­los to medieval suits of armor, Italy-based Dainese trans­forms the con­cepts of nature and history’s most bril­liant hunch­es into inno­v­a­tive pro­tec­tive devices for action sports ath­letes. Fea­tur­ing body armor and moun­tain bik­ing appar­el by the lead­ing brand.

Toes on the Nose: With clean & clas­sic design meant to reflect the sim­plic­i­ty of ear­li­er times, Toes on the Nose surf appar­el reflects the his­to­ry and soul of surf­ing. The com­pa­ny takes its name from an old col­umn in Surfer Quar­ter­ly mag­a­zine. Click through for exclu­sive sav­ings on men’s lifestyle apparel. 

Hoka OneOne: At a time when run­ning shoe design is all about min­i­mal­ism and less cush­ion­ing, Hoka OneOne has pur­sued inno­va­tion in a dif­fer­ent direc­tion. The brand engi­neers its ultra-light run­ning footwear to offer the unin­hib­it­ed range of move­ment of min­i­mal­ists with­out sac­ri­fic­ing the com­fort and ener­gy return pro­vid­ed by max­i­mum cushioning.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Hud­son Hap­pened: Did you know? Hen­ry Hud­son got around. The 17th-cen­tu­ry explor­er nav­i­gat­ed his way through many of the unmapped regions of North Amer­i­ca on behalf of mer­chant enter­pris­es such as the Dutch East India Com­pa­ny. But on June 22 (that’s today!), 1611, after a long win­ter trapped in arc­tic ice, the crew of Hud­son’s ship, Dis­cov­ery, mutinied. Blam­ing him for the poor con­di­tions they’d endured dur­ing the voy­age, the muti­neers set Hud­son, his young son, and a few loy­al crewmem­bers adrift in the Atlantic. Though the cast­aways were nev­er heard from again, Hud­son’s lega­cy lives on. Numer­ous bod­ies of water bear his name, includ­ing the Hud­son Riv­er in New York and Canada’s Hud­son Bay, which is where the muti­neers set him adrift.