Goodies we highly recommend for your active lifestyle
Tifosi Pro Launch
The Tifosi Pro Launch boasts a frame interchange system that integrates full frame, half frame and/or shield eyewear in one complete kit. Tifosi’s unique Interchangeable Component System (ICS) makes it simple to fit your frame to your activity. Each frame type has a patent-pending notch system that fits into the universal arms. Pivot the arm up and onto the notches until it clicks into place. The Tifosi Pro kit is available in a wide variety of options, and each frame comes with an extra set of lenses so you’re always ready for whatever activity the day brings. All Tifosi Pro kits include a set of universal arms, a custom zippered case to hold all components in place, plus a cleaning bag.
MSRP $99.95-149.95 • tifosioptics.com
Harlot Bike Wear Angie Jersey
This ultra-light technical mountain bike jersey is the perfect top for female riders. In classic Harlot Bike Wear style, the Angie is feminine, yet not dainty – this jersey stands up to the toughest trail conditions and work outs. Naturally wicking and antimicrobial, it’s made of 52% bamboo charcoal and 48% poly – an ultra soft, lightweight, fast drying fabric that feels amazing next to your skin. A rear zippered stash pocket is large enough for your phone. Available in six colors
MSRP $60.00 • harlotbikewear.com
The Lumo Lift is a small, lightweight wearable solution to posture. Worn near your collarbone, it gently vibrates every time you slouch to remind you to sit tall and stand straight. Its unique biomechanic motion sensors have the ability to track your posture and activity levels throughout the day for progress tracking via the Lumo Lift app. The stylish device is clipped onto your shirt, right below your collarbone using a secure magnetic clasp to track your posture and activity. The customizable time delay for vibrational feedback allows for a personalized posture coaching experience, tailored to fit your every need.
MSRP $79.99 • lumobodytech.com
Bell Helmets Super 2R MIPS-Equipped
True all-mountain performance is all about adaptability. It’s about being prepared to tackle any off-road challenge with confidence, comfort and style. With its game-changing removable chin-bar, the Super 2R is two helmets in one. Remove and stow the chin-bar in your pack or on your rack on long climbs, then lock it in place when you’re ready to rip more aggressive terrain. It’s a quick and easy 1-2-3 set-up. Add in Overbrow Ventilation, TAG fit system and a new breakaway camera mount, and you have everything you need to conquer all-mountain terrain. MIPS technology adds extra protection for your noggin. MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, which is a leading slip-plane technology inside the helmet designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts. All tech talk aside, what we found extraordinary about this helmet is how comfortable it is, and its ease of use. The fit dialed in *just right* and it is remarkably light for how sturdy and secure it feels. The chin-bar is a snap (literally!) to put on and take off, and the design and production quality is clearly top-notch.
MSRP $200.00 • bellhelmets.com
Exofficio Calluna Fleece Wrap
Style, comfort, and warmth are key during backyard or worldly adventures. Two-front hand pockets and one security zip pocket on left keep your little must-have’s safe. Made of 100% polyester, the Calluna features a shawl neckline, hidden security zip pocket on the left side, back shaping darts for a better fit, a symmetrical zip front and thumb loops. This is sure to be our go-to wrap this fall and winter!
MSRP $90.00 • exofficio.com
YETI Hopper 20
The YETI Hopper 20 is a leakproof, incredibly versatile and portable soft-cooler that boasts a 4.6 gallon capacity. It’s tough-as-nails, built to withstand heavy abuse during any outdoor adventure and keeps ice for days. The Hopper is constructed from similar material used in whitewater rafts, making it puncture-resistant and leakproof. Inside, it sports an anti-microbial liner that resists mildew and boasts 1 inch of ColdCell™ Insulation on the side and 1.5 inches on the bottom to provide a deep and lasting chill. The HydroLok™ Zipper is comparable to those used in survival suits and HazMat protective gear, making it waterproof and airtight.
MSRP $299.00 • yeticoolers.com
Patagonia Organic Fruit + Almond Bars
Patagonia Provisions has introduced Organic Fruit + Almond Bars in three flavors to its line of food products. The fruit bars, a pure and simple food, contain just organic fruit, seeds, nuts and juice, providing natural energy and the nutritional benefits of chia and baobab.All three flavors of the Organic Fruit + Almond Bars were built around their belief that the human body evolved to function most efficiently on simple, natural foods, and that nature already has a leg up on the high-tech, heavily processed energy bars on the market. Patagonia Provisions developed the fruit bars with the help of chefs and nutrition experts, resulting in bars that are delicious, nutritious and good for the planet.
MSRP $24.30/12 • patagoniaprovisions.com
A Beer Worth Earning: Saint Archer Pale Ale
Saint Archer is a San Diego brewery combining California extreme sports culture with California capitalism. Founded way back in 2013, Saint Archer has partnered with a number of snowboarding, surfing, and skateboarding athletes to promote their brewery. An estimated three million dollars has funded an aggressive expansion of its distribution footprint throughout California and beyond. It’s even rumored to in discussions to be acquired by corporate beer giant MillerCoors. Lost in all the buzz is one simple thing: Saint Archer actually brews some really good beer. A great example of this is their Pale Ale. There’s nothing complicated about this Pale Ale and that’s why it works so well. With fresh, vibrant grapefruit peel flavors from the hops standing front and center upon a crisp dry, neutral malt, it’s a Pale Ale hop heads will appreciate, while others will simply find thirst quenching. Maybe it isn’t the marketing, but the beer itself that’s causing Saint Archer to sweep this state. — Derrick Peterman