Drink Coffee in Your Amazon Activewear

Amazon Activewear

Soon you may be practicing your asanas and drinking those pumpkin spice lattes not in your Lululemon Wunder Under Pants but instead wearing Amazon leggings.  The super sleuths over at Recode noticed a new Amazon job posting this week for a bunch of brand managers to “build authentic activewear private label brands that have compelling and unique DNA and deliver amazing consumer valued innovation.” Amazon remains mum on exactly what this means for the company.

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Garmin Releases First inReach Products

Garmin inReach

After their acquisition of DeLorme last year, Garmin gets set to release their first inReach products —  the new inReach SE+ and inReach Explorer+. Upgrades on the existing products, the new Garmin branded devices feature a redone user interface, completely new form factor (they look more like Garmin handhelds), bigger displays, navigation on both, and preloaded TOPO maps on the Explorer+ version.

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Own Part of a Bicycle Beer Company

ABloc Beer

Dutch cyclists Daan van Well and Martijn Snelder wanted to create the perfect beer to drink after a hard bike ride with friends. The result? à BLOC Bicycle Beer. It’s a refreshing, full flavored, and easy to drink unfiltered blond beer with added Alpine Minerals to aid in your recovery. Now, you have to chance to own part of this cycling-focused beer company.

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A Fashionable Air Pollution Mask

Wair Face Mask

Leave it to the French to come up with an air pollution mask that is not only functional but also incredibly stylish. Sadly, air pollution is a major problem in many parts of the world, and some people forgo wearing a mask as they make you look a bit like Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs. But now thanks to WAIR, both your lungs and your fashion sense will thank you as you commute around town.

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Analyze The Snowpack With Your Ski Poles

Scope Ski Poles

The Mountain Hub Scope ski poles look pretty much like any other you might see someone using in the backcountry. Look a little closer, however, and you will see they have snowpack assessment tools built right in. You now have an easy way to analyze the layers of the snowpack (without having to dig a pit every time) before skiing in the backcountry. You will also help the greater ski community in the process.

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