Suunto Spartan Watch
The Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro–the latest new release from Suunto–packs an insane amount of technology into a (relatively) small 46-gram package. Whether your training for a big race like the Grand Traverse, making backcountry laps in near white-out conditions, or hitting the local hill, the updated Spartan has technology to augment the experience. Read our full review here.
Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell speaker
If you like to crank the bass, this is the speaker for you. The Big Turtle clocks in at 78 decibels of sound and a Bluetooth range of 32 feet. External controls all you to easily adjust volume, change tracks, play/pause, take a phone call or quickly pair a device using the voice prompts.
The low-profile design makes the Big Turtle Shell highly durable and easy to travel with, while still having enough design panache to have a home on the coffee table in your nice living room. Read our full review here.
Hydro Flask 40oz Wide Mouth waterbottle
This 40oz vaccumm-insulated waterbottle keeps ice cold and coffee hot better than any other bottle we’ve used. Its TempShield insulation keeps water ice-cold (even in the hot sun) for up to 24 hours, and it keeps hot drinks toasty for up to six hours. Plus the flexible loop on the wide mouth cap makes for easy pack attachment or just slinging along on your finger. We dig the straw lid. Acutally, we dig the whole bottle a lot. We’re kind of obsessed.
Dakine Party Bucket
Think of the Party Bucket as a big floppy hat you slap on a 5 gallon bucket. It’s got attached coozies, an insulated wine bottle holder (for Vino Verde, of course!), snack pockets, a bottle opener, and you can still fill the middle with ice to keep beers cold. No, you don’t need it. Yes, it’s worth having one for the fun of it. Pro tip: It makes a great wedding gift.
Smith I/O ChromaPop goggles
ChromaPop filters light in such a way that blue, green, and red colors are vivid and clear, which in flat light means improved definition and contrast.
Smith decided not to mess with a winning formula when it comes to the I/O Chromapop Goggle with Bonus Lens. This year, the Smith I/O Goggles are back with the same rimless style, but they now come with a slightly wider field of view and an ingenious Responsive Fit frame that’s engineered to conform to the contours of your face for an insanely plush fit and feel.
Smith Vantage MIPS helmet (women’s)
The Vantage helmet has a headpiece built with 360-degree adjustability. Aerocore construction, featuring Koroyd technology, gives you full coverage and customizable protection, while increasing airflow across your dome.
Smith Variancee MIPS helmet (men’s)
The Variance is equipped with the Smith x Boa fit system, which includes an ergonomic head form and an intuitive dial system for on-the-fly adjustment for a perfectly customized fit. An adjustable, AirEvac 2 ventilation system allows you to modify the amount of airflow and heat exhaust to provide effective climate control.