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Icebreaker: New Zealand sheep have layers of wool that keep them warm and dry when squalls blow in from the South Pacific. Don’t envy the sheep. Join them with the base layers featured in this collection.
Fjällräven: Swedish for ‘arctic fox,’ Fjällräven creates sleek-looking technical outdoor apparel that’s tough, made for the mountains and tundra of northern Sweden.
Amplid: The Alps uppercut the sky. When you’re screaming down their steepest pitch, the Amplid skis and helmets featured in this collection let you hit back. Give ‘em all you got with this Swiss champion.
Jetty: Running from an incoming wave is a time-honored tradition. Celebrating the spirit of the coast, the shorts, tees, and boardshorts featured in this collection will help you outrace the sea in style.
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Heptathlon Hero: Did you know?
On September 24th (that’s today!), 1988, while competing in the Seoul Olympic Games, Jackie Joyner-Kersee set the women’s record for heptathlon. The seven competitions within the event include: 100m hurdles, high jump, shot put, 200m dash, long jump, javelin throw, and 800m run. Joyner-Kersee is only one of three women to ever earn over 7,000 points, and her mark of 7,291 remains the highest score of all time. And, she accomplished all her feats without the use of performance-enhancing drugs.