Deuter Road One Cycling Pack

Deuter Road One

Another mountain bike-road cycling cross over product for you—Deuter launches the Road One. A sleek cycling pack built for those extra long road rides, the Road One saves you from having from looking like a chipmunk with over-stuffed jersey pockets.

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Fetch GoPro Camera Mount For Your Dog

Fetch GoPro Dog Harness

In case you missed the big news yesterday, GoPro released their latest mount. No, it’s not another mount for your helmet or a stick mount to take rad selfies, this time it’s for your dog. Called Fetch, a purpose-built dog harness features built-in, strategically placed camera mounts so you can watch as Fido digs, runs, swims, sniffs, and generally enjoys life.

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POC AVIP Back Protection Jersey With Koroyd

POC AVIP Back Protection Jersey

Spinal injuries are more common in the sport of road cycling than you might think–usually the result of a forward fall over the handlebars when heading downhill, whether from slippery roads, excessive speed, being hit from behind, or a catastrophic failure in equipment. Although perhaps not quite as common as in mountain biking, why shouldn’t road cyclists seek protection from potential spinal injuries?

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Collapsible Water Bottles

Hydaway Collapsible Bottle

Collapsible water bottles seem to be the next big thing in hydration. Hydrapak and Vapur (not exactly collapsible but foldable and rollable) have numerous products on offer, with new company Hydaway entering the scene. Easy to throw in your backpack, work or travel bag, collapsible bottles have become a convenient no brainer.

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RugRats Family Backpacking Tents

RugRats Tents

Longtime outdoor industry tent designer Mike Cecot-Scherer recently founded The TentLab as an outlet for some of his more experimental design ideas. After a successful Kickstarter campaign for his Deuce of Spades ultralight latrine trowel, Mike is back with a unique family backpacking tent—the 3- and 4-person RugRats.

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