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Rising Gear: Say Goodbye To 2020 With These Sizzling New Out of doors Goodies 2020-12-31

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Smooth Cotopaxi base layers

Stretch, comfort and sustainability – Cotopaxi’s Liso Baselayer Top ($ 60) and Panting ($ 65) are made from 74% recycled materials and are designed to be as cozy as possible. The fit is versatile and mobile. The recycled polyester and spandex layers are seamlessly provided with a polythene coating for odor control. The top has raglan sleeves and thumb holes on the cuffs. Show all Liso base levels Here.

Target Zero Lighthouse Lantern Hub

Target Zero Lighthouse Lantern Hub

Light up with the Goal Zero and switch on Lighthouse 600 lantern and power hub ($ 70). This lantern offers 600 lumens of light and a USB charging station for all your outdoor adventures. The lantern has an LED 360-degree light and is powered by an internal lithium battery (with a built-in hand crank just in case). The hub also has collapsible legs and a handle for storage or hanging anywhere in the camp.

Canyon Strive Enduro Bike

Canyon Strive Enduro Bike

The Canyon Strive CF. (starting at $ 3,599) has a race-inspired full carbon frame, 170mm suspension forks, new GRIP2 dampers on the fork, a lower head tube angle, and Shapeshifter technology. The Shapeshifter offers quick adjustment for both the geometry and the travel of the rear suspension. The top model of the Strive, the CFR, has been updated the most: with DT Swiss EXC 1200 carbon wheels and One Ups V2 dropper post. And it’s over 300 g lighter than its sibling.

Backcountry Spruces Baselayer Crew

Backcountry Spruces Baselayer Crew

Backcountry released a new base layer this month: the Spruce baselayer crew ($ 95). This base layer is a medium-weight wool blend layer that will keep you warm and well ventilated in cold weather. The Spruce Crew is made of 91% core-spun wool and 9% nylon with a slim fit and flatlock seams. Find the size of women Here.

I gearstrap

I gearstrap

Organize the devil outside of the camp using the possum gear and harness system. The Possum Gearstrap Pack At ($ 20), you can keep your backpacks and gear off the ground – especially handy for keeping your goodies safe from puddles and critters. The kit contains an 8-foot Possum toothed belt, four Possum metal carabiners and the Possum pack sack. Best of all, this camp organizer only weighs 5 ounces.

inCharge X cable

inCharge X cable

Six charging cables in one, the inCharge X. (now $ 15) combines USB, USB-C, and micro-USB with ports on both ends. This “Swiss Army Knife” is a 100 W charging cable with which a tablet or computer can be fully charged in 1 hour 35 minutes and which fits on a bunch of keys. The inCharge has a nylon-reinforced outer cable layer, neodymium magnets and a protective cap. It weighs only 0.8 ounces.

CLMBR trainer

CLMBR trainer

First launched in April, CLMBR is a vertical climbing trainer (now $ 1,999) that has a crazy little footprint and works the same muscles you would use while climbing. It has step-up and reach components and measures a lot of personal data so you can track your progress over time. CLMBR closes the year with the last week Kickstarter campaign.

Pokka Pen

Pokka Pen

Write when it’s cold. Write when it’s wet. Write when it’s cold and wet and you’re upside down! Pokka pens entered the EDC market to offer pens that meet all the requirements in a size and price that are pocket friendly. Made in conjunction with Rite in the Rain notebooks, Pokkas all-weather pens are made in the United States and cost less than $ 5. Try this out new Toxic Camo Design or expand a variety of other lightweight, EDC-enabled options. Maybe that goes well with it “indestructible notepad“?

CanopySim

CanopySim

Thanks to the new VR technology, you can now skydive from your couch. CanopySim is a virtual reality parachute landing simulation, the first of its kind. With the virtual reality glasses from Oculus / Google you can jump, turn, land, change your speed, adjust the air resistance and flare up. Watch a POV video here.








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  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    Smooth Cotopaxi base layers

    Stretch, comfort and sustainability – Cotopaxi’s Liso Baselayer Top ($ 60) and Panting ($ 65) are made from 74% recycled materials and are designed to be as cozy as possible. The fit is versatile and mobile. The recycled polyester and spandex layers are seamlessly provided with a polythene coating for odor control. The top has raglan sleeves and thumb holes on the cuffs. Show all Liso base levels Here.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    Target Zero Lighthouse Lantern Hub

    Light up with the Goal Zero and switch on Lighthouse 600 lantern and power hub ($ 70). This lantern offers 600 lumens of light and a USB charging station for all your outdoor adventures. The lantern has an LED 360-degree light and is powered by an internal lithium battery (with a built-in hand crank just in case). The hub also has collapsible legs and a handle for storage or hanging anywhere in the camp.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    Canyon Strive Enduro Bike

    The Canyon Strive CF. (starting at $ 3,599) has a race-inspired full carbon frame, 170mm suspension forks, new GRIP2 dampers on the fork, a lower head tube angle, and Shapeshifter technology. The Shapeshifter offers quick adjustment for both the geometry and the travel of the rear suspension. The top model of the Strive, the CFR, has been updated the most: with DT Swiss EXC 1200 carbon wheels and One Ups V2 dropper post. And it’s over 300 g lighter than its sibling.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    Backcountry Spruces Baselayer Crew

    Backcountry released a new base layer this month: the Spruce baselayer crew ($ 95). This base layer is a medium-weight wool blend layer that will keep you warm and well ventilated in cold weather. The Spruce Crew is made of 91% core-spun wool and 9% nylon with a slim fit and flatlock seams. Find the size of women Here.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    I gearstrap

    Organize the devil outside of the camp using the possum gear and harness system. The Possum Gearstrap Pack At ($ 20), you can keep your backpacks and gear off the ground – especially handy for keeping your goodies safe from puddles and critters. The kit contains an 8-foot Possum toothed belt, four Possum metal carabiners and the Possum pack sack. Best of all, this camp organizer only weighs 5 ounces.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    inCharge X cable

    Six charging cables in one, the inCharge X. (now $ 15) combines USB, USB-C, and micro-USB with ports on both ends. This “Swiss Army Knife” is a 100 W charging cable with which a tablet or computer can be fully charged in 1 hour 35 minutes and which fits on a bunch of keys. The inCharge has a nylon-reinforced outer cable layer, neodymium magnets and a protective cap. It weighs only 0.8 ounces.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    CLMBR trainer

    First launched in April, CLMBR is a vertical climbing trainer (now $ 1,999) that has a crazy little footprint and works the same muscles you would use while climbing. It has step-up and reach components and measures a lot of personal data so you can track your progress over time. CLMBR closes the year with the last week Kickstarter campaign.

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    Pokka Pen

    Write when it’s cold. Write when it’s wet. Write when it’s cold and wet and you’re upside down! Pokka pens entered the EDC market to offer pens that meet all the requirements in a size and price that are pocket friendly. Made in conjunction with Rite in the Rain notebooks, Pokkas all-weather pens are made in the United States and cost less than $ 5. Try this out new Toxic Camo Design or expand a variety of other lightweight, EDC-enabled options. Maybe that goes well with it “indestructible notepad“?

  • Emerging Gear: Say goodbye to 2020 with these hot new outdoor goodies

    CanopySim

    Thanks to the new VR technology, you can now skydive from your couch. CanopySim is a virtual reality parachute landing simulation, the first of its kind. With the virtual reality glasses from Oculus / Google you can jump, turn, land, change your speed, adjust the air resistance and flare up. Watch a POV video here.

  • Mary Murphy

    From Mary Murphy

    Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. She has degrees in English and Journalism and has been writing professionally for over four years. Her outdoor interests range from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteen or at a local bakery.

    Topics: news, outdoor

    Keywords: emerging, emerging equipment

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