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Farm to Feet Damascus Hiking Sock

Located a few feet from the Appalachian Trail, Damascus, Virginia, is host of the annual Trail Days festival, so it’s no surprise that Farm to Feet named one of its top hiking socks after the small town that’s known as ...

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Paddlers often share waterways with a variety of fast-moving motorized watercraft. See-Me-Standz aims to reduce accidents by solving the age-old problem of visibility on the water. The lightweight, two-tier flag and three-option mounting base is designed for one purpose: for ...

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GSI Outdoors Folding Water Cube

It’s so simple and inexpensive, plus it makes cooking and cleaning at a campsite so much easier with instant water at the twist of the tap handle. The Folding Water Cube comes in three sizes, and it features an ergonomic ...

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GSI Outdoors Fairshare Mug II

The Fairshare Mug II has multiple selling points. It’s a hybrid mug/bowl with a screw-top lid and an insulating cover. I didn’t like the handle at first, but I grew to love it the more I used the bowl for ...

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Buzz Bin: Ground Breaker Brewing’s Olallie Ale

On a hot summer day at the lake, soaking in the river, or sitting in your backyard hammock watching the barbecue smoke, an ice-cold Olallie provides a burst of thirst-quenching flavor that will, like summer itself, disappear way too fast. ...

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The FlipBelt carries everything you need during a workout in the simplest way possible. Athletic wear is most often sleek and flattering and specifically aimed at helping you train or perform at your best. This means your shorts or tights ...

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Buzz Bin: Daft Badger Brewing’s Blood Orange IPA

Photo courtesy of Daft Badger Brewing.

Daft Badger Brewing produced one of its beloved small batch beers in larger quantities after celebrating two years as a popular, community-minded craft brewery in January. Daft’s Blood Orange IPA is a fruity juice bomb. The brewers use generous amounts of Citra, Simcoe, and Cascade hops to create a solid, distinctive base with ...

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SUP Rents

Photo of paddle boarder courtesy of SUP Rents.

A few years back, Scott Allen was on a family vacation in San Diego, California, with plans to do some stand up paddleboarding on Mission Bay. The experience he had on that vacation left him unsatisfied with his board rental ...

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Fitness Training with Your Own DIY Multi-Sport Challenges

Photo of swimmer by Summer Hess.

The number of race options in the world is enough to excite and, in some cases, overwhelm athletes. There are road races, themed races like the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Color Me Rad, charity races like Race for the ...

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Ales for the Trail (Aug 12)

Photo courtesy of Ales for the Trail.

The fifth annual Ales for the Trail is back this year at the newly remodeled McEuen Park in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Brewers will be on hand and ready to pour on August 12 from 2-8 p.m. In addition to 25 ...

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