The Gel-Lyte III silhouette is an Asics legend that was first introduced in 1990. The sneaker remains relevant on its 30th anniversary thanks in part to advanced materials and technologies while keeping what made it famous firmly intact. The upper construction is reimagined with primarily no-sew overlays and an asymmetrical lacing system to reduce forefoot irritation. The Gel-Lyte XXX also adds Flytefoam technology in the midsole for added cushioning, and a pronounced heel counter that takes the heritage of the shoe to the next level.
A new training device from Denmark, Airofit gives your lungs a workout to help you improve your overall athletic performance. It's already being used by athletes around the world, and as little as eight minutes a day can provide a noticeable improvement in lung capacity and anaerobic fitness. The trainer is made up of a mouthpiece that is connected via Bluetooth to your phone to track your progress. Once you master a level, the app will prompt you to adjust the mouthpiece for your next challenge. Many athletes notice an improvement in their primary sports in as little as three weeks.
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Made with a soft waffle-knit cotton lining, this hoodie might be the most comfortable thing you'll wear this fall. Part of the C.C.F. line from Filson that honors its founder Clinton C. Filson, the waffle lined hoodie is made with hard-working men in mind, made with durable cotton and a tough polyester shell that will hold its shape. It's built to stand up to the toughest work environments but is also perfect for a lazy weekend around the house. Each hoodie is finished with a heavy-duty front zipper, adjustable hood, and handwarmer pockets.
Sizing: Comfortably True to Size / Size Down if in Doubt
Onsen's relaxed, minimalist towels were already our go-to, and now we've taken their hue to our preferred end of the spectrum. Made with American-grown Supima cotton, these special edition black towels are made with longer fibers in a weave pattern that provides an exceptionally soft texture that's also fast-drying. But the key to this obsessively designed towel isn't what Onsen added, but rather what they eliminated. Standard bath towels go through a chemical bathing process so they feel fluffy — at least at first. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen builds in softness from the beginning and utilizes no chemical processes. Bypassing these common treatments eliminates the artificial fluff, resulting instead in a naturally plush surface that just gets better and better, making this quite possibly the last bath towel you'll need.