With a fully sealed waterproof housing, the updated Storm now features 350 lumens of powder, three different colored nigh-vision modes (red, green, and blue) and improved peripheral lighting. It operates with four included AAA batteries.
With a 16-hour battery life, this Bluetooth speaker can pump your favorite tunes at an impressive 80 decibels from a durable, handheld shell. Not only does it float (think hot tub après tunes), it’s waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes, survives drops on ice and concrete, and pairs with up to eight devices. The built-in carabineer clip makes it easy to attach to your backpack, tent pole, or belt loop.
New from Suunto this year, this multisport GPS watch tracks distance, pace, heart rate, and breathing with a smart battery that can stay juiced for 120 hours. Using the Suunto app, upload training plans and daily workouts onto the watch as well as monitor daily steps and calories burned. The touchscreen navigation makes tracking routes as simple as logging your vert. Oh, and it tells time.
A throwback to the brand’s OG headphones, this simple, low-profile design is now wire-free with a 10 hour battery life, high sound quality, and easy controls. Just press the left ear to change tracks. The headband fits easily over or under your favorite beaning on slope or in the airport.
As long as you have views of the sky, you can use the Bivystick two-way satellite messenger to share your location, send and receive text messages, and contact emergency services with 24/7 monitoring. Unlike traditional satellite radios, this pocket-sized device pairs with your phone from anywhere in the world and operates without an expensive contract or annual fees. Bivystick also provides detailed weather forecasts and access to offline maps. When fully charged, it can replenish your phone’s battery up to two times.