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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 of red washing over three distinct dots—represents the endless flow of water over the boulder-strewn creek bed. Today’s collection features Men’s and Women’s running apparel and accessories from the iconic brand.
Timex: Altimeter? Check. Barometer? Check. Compass and alarm? Check and check. Chronograph for logging a new personal best? Check. A hundred years ago, the instrumentation needed to access all this information would fill a rucksack. Get all the technology you’ll ever need and maybe even a little extra with Timex Men’s and Women’s expedition and race-style watches.
Princeton Tec: Princeton Tec has been battling the Dark Side of the outdoors with revolutionary illumination technology since 1975. Inspired by human-powered exploration, the brand works with adventure athletes to design the brightest, most rugged tools for any condition.
SockGuy: The brilliant minds behind SockGuy have discovered the perfect recipe for fun and functional footwear: Take two feet, cover with equal parts performance and comfort, sprinkle liberally with awesomeness. Premium socks have never looked so good! Click through now to check out socks so fresh you’ll turn heads.
Fly Fishing: The river will churn with the trembling of fish terrified of your new fly-fishing gear. Let the water sooth you like a nice massage. Shop rods, waders, float tubes, and more at insider pricing. Hesitate on this one and years from now you’ll still be telling stories about how it got away. Click through now for insider deals on fly-fishing essentials.
Castelli: Behold, the Ferrari of cycling apparel. Headquartered in Italy, Castelli has outfitted cycling champions since 1876. The company invented the skinsuit, the sublimated jersey, and the first Lycra short used in professional racing. Beautiful, innovative, Castelli is the manifestation of pedal-powered speed. Click through now before it’s all gone!
Litespeed: An argument could be made that Litespeed makes the best bicycles in the universe. The technologically advanced brand manufactured the titanium tubing for NASA’s Curiosity rover, which is currently roaming on the surface of Mars. When they aren’t outfitting America’s space program, the brand commits to building and engineering bikes that everyone can agree on are out of this world.
Runner’s World: Give yourself a reason to get off the couch. From beginner to advanced, casual to professional, Runner’s World will motivate and inspire you. The publication offers expert training and medical advice, inspirational stories, and feature articles to help fuel your performance. Click through now for insider pricing on a one-year subscription to the iconic publication.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Balloonists Conquer Challenge, Hot Dogs: Did you know? On August 17th (that’s today!), 1978, a six-day odyssey to complete the first trans-Atlantic balloon voyage came to a successful end when The Double Eagle II, an 11-story, helium-filled monstrosity, plopped down in a barley field outside of Paris, France. The balloon had set sail from Preque Isle, Maine 137 hours prior. From 1859 until the flight of The Double Eagle II in 1978, there were 17 attempts to conquer the Atlantic, resulting in the deaths of seven balloonists. But that didn’t stop Double Eagle II pilots Ben Abruzzo, Maxie Anderson, and Larry Newman, who survived on hot dogs and canned sardines for the duration of the 3,233-mile flight.