Luxury means warm and dry all day! These Waterproof and Breathable GORE-TEX Gloves will make you skiing pleasant and comfortable. Make cold hands a thing of the past. Special Buff Thumb material to wipe your nose or goggles is a nice finishing touch to this masterpiece! Which means you don’t have to make extra stops and take the glove off and then put it on, as it could be frustrating, especially when you ski during snowfall. Just a few of the features that make this the perfect gloves: Gauntlet Cuff which goes over your sleeves for maximum protection Waterproof and Breathable... View Article
Unfortunately, when we perform strenuous physical activities using our hands, our palm get sweaty. This is a universal phenomenon across all ages and genders. Rock climbing, bouldering, weightlifting, gymnastics, CrossFit and a countless number of other sports all put a tax on our hands and make them sweat. The best and simplest solution to staying on the wall or holding on to the Olympic lifting bar is chalk. Yes, chalk the same stuff that you drew with as a kid. When we talk about chalk we do mean magnesium carbonate (MgCO3). Over the years, chalk was found to be the... View Article
It is very important to stay warm on the mountain, and staying warm always means staying dry as well. Between a proper layering system and comfortable helmet with goggles, gloves are next on the list of most important gear to bring with you to the mountain. More often than not our hands and feet are first to get cold out on the mountain. It is a well agreed upon fact that mittens are warmer than gloves, primarily because they keep your fingers together, trapping more body heat. All the extra heat you save is well worth the minimal functionality you... View Article
Be it skiing at the resort or a backcountry touring, few things are worse than not being able to see in front of you because your goggles fogged up. Surprisingly, it is very hard to find a pair of goggles that actually meets this most basic of requirements, anti-fog. Smith Optics I/OX goggles excel beyond the basics and provide superior protection from the elements. Perfect choice for anybody from intermediate to advanced and comes in a variety of colors to also be a stylish choice. From the technical perspective, Smith Optics I/OX goggles offer the full spectrum of functionality, starting... View Article
Having knee sleeves is a “must have” for every athlete, especially when you do weightlifting. We all love to exercise, but don’t get too carried, always have safety in the back of your mind. Sometimes people tend to get sore knees after running, weightlifting or box jumping. Rehband knee sleeves have firm support for your knees as well as minor padding which saves your knees with overhead barbell work. Rehband is the best on the market and it comes in a variety of colors and sizes. Endorsed by world famous CrossFit athletes Josh Bridges, Rich Froning, and Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet. The... View Article
Socks are one of most essential pieces of equipment that are often overlooked and when it comes to gift giving, socks are usually dismissed as “crap your grandma would gift”. Wool socks that are well made are a must have for any athlete. Naturally, wool carries these crucial properties that make it ideal: Breaths exceptionally well Does not retain odor Keeps you warm even when wet Hypoallergenic Long lasting Environmentally sustainable Whether you are running, lifting weights or hiking a comfortable pair of socks can either help keep your feet fresh or simply destroy your feet. Buy now!
Picking the right gym bag is a very personal experience. Functionality absolutely has to be there but so is the aesthetics. When it comes to Crossfit, it is actually a sport which does not require you to carry a lot with you, all you need to bring to the box is your water bottle and a jump rope. This is all well and good but the reality is that you probably want to carry a change of clothes, training shoes as well as lifting shoes as well. You must have a bag. Functionally speaking the gym bag must satisfy the... View Article