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Fresh on the menu today:
Saucony: Saucony’s namesake is Saucony Creek, upon the banks of which the company was founded in Pennsylvania in 1898. The Saucony logo—a wave washing over three distinct dots—represents the endless flow of water over the boulder-strewn creek bed. Click through now for member-exclusive deals on Men’s Saucony footwear.
LOOPTWORKS: LOOPTWORKS takes factory excess materials and creates hand-numbered, limited-edition clothing and gear, turning the way traditional apparel companies manufacture cool clothing inside out. Instead of designing collections more than a year in advance, LOOPTWORKS shortens the development cycle to weeks. Instead of using the world’s limited resources to manufacture new fabrics, they use top-quality, excess materials and components that already exist. Instead of producing huge flash-fashion seasonal collections like traditional apparel manufacturers do, LOOPTWORKS offers fresh, numbered, limited-edition eco-friendly clothing. Click through now to shop some of the products that are generating so much buzz for this groundbreaking brand.
Stonewear Designs: Stonewear Designs makes comfortable, versatile, long-lasting clothing for lifetime athletes. And in the Stonewear world, lifetime sports include everything from chasing after kids and running to meetings to playing with dogs. Click through for member-exclusive pricing on this exciting brand.
IN OTHER NEWS:
The Biggest, Baddest, Most Awesome Fireworks of All Time: Did you know? July 4th (that’s today!) is Independence Day. But you knew that already from the sounds of premature fireworks booming in your neighborhood all week. No matter how much they scared your dog, the explosives were mere child’s play compared to Universe I Part II, the largest firework shell ever fired. Just shy of five feet in diameter and weighing in at over 1,543 pounds, Universe is the baddest firework ever to light up the night sky. And light it up it did: the shell burst to a diameter of 3,937 feet, wowing the audience gathered at the 1988 Lake Toya Festival in Hokkaido, Japan. If you’re a rocket fiend (remember Saturn Missiles?), you can sleep happy knowing that in the Philippines in 2010, Pyroworks International Inc. managed to shoot off 125,801 firework rockets in less than 30 seconds, setting a Guinness World Record.