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[Outdoor Issue 2015]

Add some smart and stylish gear to your active life

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      Wildlings Yoga Haleakala yoga mat Leave it to Urban Outfitters’ new fitness-themed branch, Without Walls, to carry an arsenal of trendy camping tchotchkes and yoga accessories. We can totally get behind aligning our chakras with a giant purple galaxy mat. Because what better way to practice warrior pose than in outer space? $65, withoutwalls.com

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      Bluebuds X wireless headphones You’re a gym regular, so you’re used to dealing with that bundle of headphone wire smacking you in the face. Solve that cardio conundrum with earbuds boasting eight hours of playtime and a headband that goes behind your neck or over your ears, so you can concentrate on your workout—not your wires. $170, jaybirdsport.com

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      Big Agnes Ripple Creek tent + mtnGLO Backpacker recognized Big Agnes’ collection of mtnGLO tents, because they finally addressed the issue of trying to get out for a bathroom break in the middle of the night without stepping on someone’s neck. LEDs are built into the body of this three-season shelter, which is sweet with or without the glow. $400, bigagnes.com

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      Funktional Wearables Fitbit cuff bracelet It’s great to have motivation around your wrist, but sometimes you don’t want the whole world knowing you’re part of the trend. Funktional Wearables ingeniously hides your device in chunky necklaces, cuffs and metallic bracelets. Our favorite is the Natalie Fitbit bracelet in antique gold. $40, funktionalwearables.com

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      Injinji Ex-celerator Compression 2.0 OTC socks Toe shoes might be out of style for runners, but toe socks are all the rage. Injinji’s 5 Toe Fit System gives you the wiggling comfort (and increased blood flow) in a slick compression sock designed to enhance circulation and recovery. And if it’s going to come up to your knee, you might as well make it hot pink. $49, injinji.com

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      Topeak DeFender iGlow X fender set Flashing bike lights are fine, but why not make your safety gear part of your ride, with Integral Glow (iGlow) technology that lights up your whole fender. Lightweight and tough with steel struts and rubber connectors, the set’s red LEDS can be fixed or blinking and burn for up to 100 hours. $90, topeak.com

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