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JanSport: Bigger, badder relatives to what you wore to school, these JanSport technical packs are the product of over forty years of hardcore R & D in the brutal Cascade Range. Make your move. They won’t last long.
GForm: Oops, you just dropped your laptop from 100,000ft. No sweat. The protective case from GForm will absorb the impact. Seriously. An iPad in the incredible GForm case survived this test. Get yours here.
Li-Ning: Designed by culture makers and artists and engineered by innovation experts, Li-Ning premium athletic wear puts the brand at the forefront of the revolutionary ‘Made in New China’ movement.
National Geographic Maps: Standing on a peak, nothing is more satisfying than unfolding your map and identifying the terrain. These waterproof maps, guidebooks, and atlases unlock the landscape. Find your way, here.
Arena: For the race lanes in the pool or on the track, Arena has your back. For the past 35 years, they’ve developed elite race wear. Today’s collection features full-zip tracksuits and swim goggles.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Skier of The Impossible: Did you know?
On September 23rd (that’s today!),1936, the father of extreme skiing, Sylvain Saudan was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. Saudan has many notable first descents on the world’s largest peaks, including Mount McKinley, Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro, and Mt. Fuji, among many others. To descend these peaks, Saudan pioneered and perfected the “jump turn,” which allowed him to do 180 degree turns down the steepest skiable pitches in the world.