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Peltor Noise Canceling Earmuffs

Peltor Noise Canceling Earmuffs

If you're looking for serious noise reduction, check out the Peltor Professional Noise Canceling Earmuffs ($20). These heavy duty earmuffs are CSA-approved, blocking noise up to 105 dB and providing protection from the loudest lawn mower to the piercing scream of a power saw. (Also great for silencing screaming babies and the Twilight soundtrack.) Comfortable enough to wear all day, the Peltor Earmuffs are lightweight and flexible, with soft interior padding and a shielded, hardened plastic casing.

  • Burley Nomad Cargo Bike Trailer

    Using a bicycle as your primary mode of transportation just got a whole lot easier. The Burley Nomad Cargo Bike Trailer ($350) can haul your camping gear, a full load of groceries, and more, keeping things secure with interior tie-downs and pockets. A removable partition keeps things organized, and the 16-inch quick-release alloy wheels make for superior handling, taking corners without complaint. The Nomad's lightweight aluminum chassis attaches to your bike's frame quickly and can be pulled around by hand when removed from the bike, folding to a compact 9-inches for easy storage. There's even an included safety flag you can fly so the whole town will know just how green you've gone.

  • The North Face Minibus 23 Tent

    Inspired by the 60's van of the same name, the North Face Minibus 23 Tent ($389) sleeps 2 people, perfect for the week-long camping trip or an extended stay at the local shanty-town. Unlike many tents, the Minibus can be setup quickly and provides space for several to sit comfortably, great for shelter from the elements — or laptop-based job searching. Large D-doors make for easy entry and exit, and high-low venting makes for great air circulation no matter the location.