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SOG Specialty Knives & Tools: Trim guy lines, slice kielbasa, or act out your fantasy of becoming a backcountry MacGyver with award-winning specialty knives and multi-tools from SOG.
Soleus: When your chest is heaving after a hard run, and your vision is floating, you’ll still find Soleus watches easy to use. Shop this collection of runner’s watches to find your new training partner.
Alpine Skis: All summer you’ve dreamed of dropping chutes, busting fatty spins, and ripping groomers a new one. Be the star of your own dreams with new skis from Amplid, Lib Tech, and more.
Ready to Ride: Whether you’re falling on the bunny slope or bombing backcountry powder, this collection of snowboards, boots, and bindings from top brands will help you get your shred on in style.
Snowsport Accessories: The gloves, hats, helmets, goggles and more in this collection are essential for a killer day on the mountain. When the slopes turn into a snow globe, be prepared with the accessories here.
Commuter Essentials: Turn your bike into a plush commuting machine with saddles by Brooks, tires by Fyxation, panniers by Hyalite Equipment, and a whole lot more in this one-stop shop for the savvy bike commuter.
inov‑8: inov‑8 footwear is designed to keep the foot close to the ground so that runners can feel and adapt to the terrain beneath them.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Zebulon Decides to Split: Did you know? On October 14th (that’s today!), 1806, Captain Zebulon Pike made the fateful decision to split his crew of 20 soldiers into two separate detachments to further explore the Great Plains and interior of America. One detachment headed down the Arkansas River from Colorado, and safely returned to St. Louis. Zebulon, then 27 years old, led the other crew west, up the Arkansas River, to explore the interior. After four months, Zebulon’s party was captured by Spanish soldiers and imprisoned for years, where they likely thought back to this day when they parted ways and thought aloud, “Damn you Zebulon!”