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Sombrio: When founder Dave Watson road-gapped a peloton on his downhill bike in the 2005 Tour de France, he did more than make a statement—he took a HUGE digger. The tough apparel he wears is featured here.
CamelBak: Camels developed water dromedaries three million years ago. Humans figured it out in 1988. Drink up evolutionary progress with the CamelBak hydration packs and bottles featured in this collection.
COMUNE: COMUNE’s aesthetic reflects a lifestyle of carefree idealism. Click through to shop our collection of the edgy brand’s fashionable lifestyle apparel. Featuring tees, sweatshirts, hats, and more.
Sherpa Adventure Gear: Sherpa Adventure Gear sponsors and celebrates the best and often most underappreciated high-altitude climbers in the world: the Sherpas. Featuring insulated, windproof jackets and more.
STRAFE: Modern life is filled with distractions, jobs, relationships, and responsibilities. Seek simplicity through skiing with STRAFE Outerwear. Featuring jackets and pants.
The Complete Cyclist: Whether you’re jumping barriers at Cyclocross, drafting the leader in a peloton, or commuting to work on two wheels, this assortment of cycling apparel will deliver next-level performance.
Men’s Fall Style: You’ve raked the leaves into a massive pile. Now, all you can think is: Cannonball. Jump into fall with these hoodies and long sleeves by top brands like Oakley, Airblaster, and more.
Longboards: You’re bombing downhill faster than you’ve ever gone before. The world fades into a blur when, deer! Turn on a dime with these responsive longboard decks from Goldcoast and Sector‑9.
IN OTHER NEWS
“Dr. Livingstone, I presume?” Did you know? On October 27th (that’s today!), 1871, Henry Morton Stanley finally found Dr. David Livingston, a Scottish missionary who had disappeared for six years in the African interior. After completing his assignment for the church, Livingston ambitiously set out to discover the source of the Nile River. His mission went awry in Ujiji, Tanzania where his supplies were stolen, and in illness, he vanished. The American journalist Henry Stanley couldn’t let this intriguing story die, so he set on a journey of his own from Zanzibar to find Livingston. When Stanley saw the Caucasian man standing among Arab slave traders in Ujiji, he walked up to him and delivered his famous greeting, “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?”