Electric bikes are a great mobility solution, but they're only as good as their battery and motor. So it's a good thing that the Stromer ST2 Electric Bike is serious about both. Its brushless direct-current motor provides pedal assistance up to 28 mph, while the integrated Li-Ion battery provides up to 93 miles of range. Other features include 20-speed Shimano gearing, integrated daytime running lights, specially-developed Schwalbe's BigBen tires, disc brakes, a carbon fork, a high-gloss white or matte black finish, and wireless connectivity that allows for remote locking and unlocking, fine-tuning of performance settings, and access to information like current charge and remaining range, all directly from your phone.
As it turns out, files are great sources of high carbon steel. Which is why the Civilware Striker II Utility Knife is crafted from one. First, the file goes through an annealing process to remove the brittleness, and is then hand ground to shape in California, resulting in a versatile 3.75" blade with a unique patina that holds an edge well and sharpens easily. It's paired with a 4" Micarta composite handle and an included leather sheath that works whether you're a lefty or a righty.
Nike remains at the forefront of cross training footwear with the Zoom Hypercross Trainer. The latest innovation from the sneaker giant features a lightweight mesh upper backed with soft, pliable foam, a full rubber outsole and Dynamic Flywire cables to wrap the forefoot through the most strenuous workouts. It's also one of the first shoes to utilize the new Hexagonal Nike Zoom Air technology, blending high responsiveness with lightweight versatility.