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Rising Gear: Carbon Bike for Youngsters, Chest Pack for Skiers and extra | 2020-12-03

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Western Rise Airloft Shirt Jacket

Western Rise Airloft Shirt Jacket

Western Rise’s AirLoft shirt jacket ($ 198) is a stretchy, breathable layer that’s perfect for weather changes. The “Shacket”(The best of both worlds) has an exterior made of 100% Primeflex polyester with Toray 3DeFX + hollow core four-way stretch insulation. And it has simple but essential features like multiple zip pockets, adjustable cuffs, a snap button closure, and a DWR treatment.

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Approach Bag

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Approach Bag

Made from waterproof, durable Dyneema composite material, a strong waterproof No. 10 zipper and an ultra-light design. Hyperlite’s Approach Bag ($ 159) may be the best travel bag ever. The brand designed the ultra-light bag, measuring 21.5 x 11 x 11 inches, to be reliable and durable from the house to the car to the rock – and wherever you go.

TYPE 2.0 EDC pen

TYPE 2.0 EDC pen

The TYPE 2.0 EDC pen (now $ 30) is one of the smallest, lightest, and strongest pens on the market. The TIPEN is extremely durable and has a grade 5 titanium body and a tip made of silicon nitride ceramic (Si3N4), which doubles as a smooth writing instrument and multifunctional tool. Cut, prick, prick, and write with this slim pen that’s just 6 cm long. The TIPEN 2.0 is supplied with a laser-engraved surface.

Specialized hotwalk carbon

Specialized hotwalk carbon

Do you remember that cute little balance bike Specialized that was launched a few years ago? Now the bike brand has made a major upgrade: with a full carbon frame. The Hotwalk Carbon ($ 1,000) has a lightweight FACT 9r carbon frame, carbon fork and carbon wheels, and a low-friction saddle with a handle for parents. Essentially, it takes Specialized’s award-winning S-Works bike design and downsizes it into a kid-friendly balance bike package.

THYRM CellVault-18 battery compartment

THYRM CellVault-18 battery compartment

This new “Cell Vault” battery case is a bit strange, but we can still see why it could have great EDC uses. The THYRM CellVault-18 battery compartment ($ 25) contains one 18650 or two 18350 rechargeable batteries in a protective, waterproof (IPX7-rated), easy-to-carry pouch. Hopefully the case makes it easier to have the batteries of your flashlight, camera or recorder close at hand.

Boundary Supply Classic Rec Backpack

Boundary Supply Classic Rec Backpack

Boundary Supply, a brand that started out in crowdfunding, is now available with a collection of recycled packaging for urban transportation. The Race Classic Rec backpack ($ 100) is made from recycled materials and comes with technical, modular upgrades like clip-on organizer bags and laptop sleeves. Customize it to suit your needs with pouches and pouches.

GOAT modular cooler

GOAT modular cooler

GOAT Coolers has just launched and is eager to optimize everything. The GOAT modular cooler package ($ 500) offers a complete system that rotates around a cooler hub – a 58-liter rotationally molded insulated cooler – to protect and store food and drink. And it offers additional canisters for equipment. It features BPA-free cans, waterproof containers for utensils, a camp kitchen kit, and more. GOAT (Greatest of All Time) claims it is “the base camp for your base camp”.

Spy Optics Marauder glasses

Spy Optics Marauder glasses

Spy’s is adorned with crisp wolf graphics and is new Marauder snow goggles ($ 180) are not for the faint of heart. The glasses are made of polyurethane in a frameless style. These goggles are designed to improve peripheral vision on the slopes, add plenty of ventilation, and incorporate Spy’s magnetic deadbolt lens system that allows you to easily swap out lenses. The lenses offer 100% UV protection and are scratch and fog free.

Canfield Bikes Tilt Trail MTB

Canfield Bikes Tilt Trail MTB

Canfield bikes new Tilt ($ 4,300 if pre-ordered) is a 29er trail slayer based on Canfield’s Balance Formula (CBF) suspension. The tilt is supposed to be a playful upgrade of Canfield’s 2015 TOIR bike. It has a head angle of 65 degrees, 425 mm chainstays and 138 mm rear travel. The brand prides itself on the fact that the Tilt can climb efficiently, but can also “party” on the descent.

SLOPE PRO-180X breast pack

SLOPE PRO-180X breast pack

The new backpack from SLOPE has a flat design that should be worn at the front and not at the back. The SLOPE Chest Pack ($ 120) gives you easy access to your essentials, while keeping it safe and conveniently around you. Whether boarding, skiing or snowmobiling – the Slope PRO-180X reduces the mass and is easy to carry on a chairlift. The pack comes with a collapsible water bottle, a fleece-lined, insulated pocket, and weighs just 15 ounces.



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  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Western Rise Airloft Shirt Jacket

    Western Rise’s AirLoft shirt jacket ($ 198) is a stretchy, breathable layer that’s perfect for weather changes. The “Shacket”(The best of both worlds) has an exterior made of 100% Primeflex polyester with Toray 3DeFX + hollow core four-way stretch insulation. And it has simple but essential features like multiple zip pockets, adjustable cuffs, a snap button closure, and a DWR treatment.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Hyperlite Mountain Gear Approach Bag

    Made from waterproof, durable Dyneema composite material, a strong waterproof No. 10 zipper and an ultra-light design. Hyperlite’s Approach Bag ($ 159) may be the best travel bag ever. The brand designed the ultra-light bag, measuring 21.5 x 11 x 11 inches, to be reliable and durable from the house to the car to the rock – and wherever you go.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    TYPE 2.0 EDC pen

    The TYPE 2.0 EDC pen (now $ 30) is one of the smallest, lightest, and strongest pens on the market. The TIPEN is extremely durable and has a grade 5 titanium body and a tip made of silicon nitride ceramic (Si3N4), which doubles as a smooth writing instrument and multifunctional tool. Cut, prick, prick, and write with this slim pen that’s just 6 cm long. The TIPEN 2.0 is supplied with a laser-engraved surface.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Specialized hotwalk carbon

    Do you remember that cute little balance bike Specialized that was launched a few years ago? Now the bike brand has made a major upgrade: with a full carbon frame. The Hotwalk Carbon ($ 1,000) has a lightweight FACT 9r carbon frame, carbon fork and carbon wheels, and a low-friction saddle with a handle for parents. Essentially, it takes Specialized’s award-winning S-Works bike design and downsizes it into a kid-friendly balance bike package.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    THYRM CellVault-18 battery compartment

    This new “Cell Vault” battery case is a bit strange, but we can still see why it could have great EDC uses. The THYRM CellVault-18 battery compartment ($ 25) contains one 18650 or two 18350 rechargeable batteries in a protective, waterproof (IPX7-rated), easy-to-carry pouch. Hopefully the case makes it easier to have the batteries of your flashlight, camera or recorder close at hand.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Boundary Supply Classic Rec Backpack

    Boundary Supply, a brand that started out in crowdfunding, is now available with a collection of recycled packaging for urban transportation. The Race Classic Rec backpack ($ 100) is made from recycled materials and comes with technical, modular upgrades like clip-on organizer bags and laptop sleeves. Customize it to suit your needs with pouches and pouches.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    GOAT modular cooler

    GOAT Coolers has just launched and is eager to optimize everything. The GOAT modular cooler package ($ 500) offers a complete system that rotates around a cooler hub – a 58-liter rotationally molded insulated cooler – to protect and store food and drink. And it offers additional canisters for equipment. It features BPA-free cans, waterproof containers for utensils, a camp kitchen kit, and more. GOAT (Greatest of All Time) claims it is “the base camp for your base camp”.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Spy Optics Marauder glasses

    Spy’s is adorned with crisp wolf graphics and is new Marauder snow goggles ($ 180) are not for the faint of heart. The glasses are made of polyurethane in a frameless style. These goggles are designed to improve peripheral vision on the slopes, add plenty of ventilation, and incorporate Spy’s magnetic deadbolt lens system that allows you to easily swap out lenses. The lenses offer 100% UV protection and are scratch and fog free.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    Canfield Bikes Tilt Trail MTB

    Canfield bikes new Tilt ($ 4,300 if pre-ordered) is a 29er trail slayer based on Canfield’s Balance Formula (CBF) suspension. The tilt is supposed to be a playful upgrade of Canfield’s 2015 TOIR bike. It has a head angle of 65 degrees, 425 mm chainstays and 138 mm rear travel. The brand prides itself on the fact that the Tilt can climb efficiently, but can also “party” on the descent.

  • Emerging gear: carbon bikes for kids, chest packs for skiers and more

    SLOPE PRO-180X breast pack

    The new backpack from SLOPE has a flat design that should be worn at the front and not at the back. The SLOPE Chest Pack ($ 120) gives you easy access to your essentials, while keeping it safe and conveniently around you. Whether boarding, skiing or snowmobiling – the Slope PRO-180X reduces the mass and is easy to carry on a chairlift. The pack comes with a collapsible water bottle, a fleece-lined, insulated pocket, and weighs just 15 ounces.

  • Mary Murphy

    From Mary Murphy

    Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. Her outdoor interests range from climbing to landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteenth or at a local bakery.

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