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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.
Outside Magazine: Outside is America’s leading active-lifestyle and adventure-travel magazine. Click through now for insider pricing on a one-year subscription to the authoritative publication.
Kryptonite: Mall-people keep their offspring on kiddie leashes out of love. Prove that you love your bicycle even more by securing it with a Kryptonite lock.
Detours: Biking through the soggy winters in the Pacific Northwest requires more than motivation; it requires serious waterproofing. Batten down the hatches with the messenger bags and more featured here.
Intense Tires: As their name suggests, Intense Tires takes their products seriously. This collection is not for the fair-weather commuter. Check out these top-flight performance tires now.
Lizard Skins: It makes sense that Lizard Skins is based out of Utah, where the sandstone desert is a whoop-de-doo bike jump playground. Hang on to your handlebars with the grips featured in this collection.
t.h.e. industries: Launch massive airs without the fear that if you botch the landing you’ll lose your teeth. These carbon fiber and composite full-face helmets from t.h.e. industries will protect your grill.
Gravity: The stems, cranksets, and more in this collection from Gravity all have one thing in common: They are designed to meet the highest standards while still available at a reasonable cost.
Men’s Fitness Apparel: If your fitness apparel could talk, it’d say two words: “Enough already!” Stop the sweaty cruelty and bring in some replacements. We’re featuring softshells, compression shorts, and more.
Women’s Fitness Apparel: Achieve new personal bests in style. With this extensive collection of tops, leggings, shorts, and much more, you’ll find the apparel you need to start checking your fitness goals off the list.
IN OTHER NEWS:
The Parachuting Lady: Did you know? On October 12th (that’s today!), 1798, Jeanne Genevieve Labrosse became the first woman parachutist in history. She jumped from nearly 3,000 feet from a helium-filled balloon floating over Paris. The seed of her record-breaking stunt was planted two years earlier when she watched Andre Jacques Garnerin’s first hydrogen balloon flight. She became his pupil, and soon they married. The two registered a patent for the parachute and began touring Europe jumping from balloons.