Osprey Hydraulics

Posted on March 2, 2010 Under Travel

I own a number of packs for a variety of pursuits and they all have hydration support. What this usually means is a compartment for a bladder and on the higher end packs, elastic bands for tube routing. That's really…

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Outdoor Research Fanatic Jacket

Posted on February 1, 2010 Under Fashion

I love love love technical gear, especially jackets. Many might find this surprising since I've lived in California my whole life and our idea of a storm here is probably a walk in the park on the East coast. Regardless,…

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Parkour Motion Reel

Posted on January 4, 2010 Under Art

With films like Avatar demonstrating next-generation special effects, there is something so innately appealing and mesmerizing about using old (traditional) basic materials in new an innovative ways. Take this motion reel video which takes a simple concept we all remember…

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Posted on September 23, 2009 Under Fashion

Cycling, like any other established hobby or sport, is a microcosm. There is a specific fashion culture and the quality of goods runs the gamut from homemade products sold on amateur Blogspot sites to full production companies focused on high-end…

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Brooks Limited Edition Colored Saddles

Posted on July 7, 2009 Under Design

One for my bike obsessed brethren"“ Brooks Limited Edition Colored Saddles. On sale now! Birmingham, England - Brooks England, the English purveyor of handmade leather saddles and accessories since 1866, will be releasing Limited Edition Swift saddles in four unique…

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SpiN New York

Posted on June 8, 2009 Under Travel

Along with the calm quiet of living in the countryside, suburban life is often accompanied by perks such as a standard issue country club membership and golf courses as far as the eye can see. But what happens when the…

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Look KeO Sprint Laneo Pedals

Posted on April 22, 2009 Under Design

Considering there are only two points of contact between your road bike and the engines (read: legs) that power it, pedals should be high on your priority list. I had a chance to try the KeO Sprint Laneo pedals from…

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INQMND x Nike Sportswear SS09

Posted on March 16, 2009 Under Design

Inquiring Mind (INQMND) Magazine delves into the minds of Richard Clarke, Jesse Leyva, and Jarrett Reynolds, three designers that drive the look of Nike Sportswear. They may not have all come from backgrounds typical to their trade, but whatever they're…

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Nike 6.0 Splashcast

Posted on March 3, 2009 Under Life

Nike's latest outreach to action sports aficionados comes in the form of take-home video, slow motion shots, and the elements. In conjunction with the marketing agency Nemo Design and director Jared Eberhardt, Slow-Mo spots captured surfers Dusty Payne and Casey…

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Alternative Superbowl Logos

Posted on January 28, 2009 Under Design

If we could change one thing about this Superbowl, it wouldn't be the logo (how do you go 11-5 with a backup QB and not make the playoffs? How!?). But, we recognize there are creative people out there who just…

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