Apple Watch Nike SE ($ 279 and up)
Apple’s collaboration with Nike covers your running needs, as well as many everyday technologies. Cadence, pace and total kilometers are tracked with the Nike Run Club app. Bonus: you can customize the look with a myriad of case and strap combinations.
POC Devour Sunglasses ($ 250)
Think of the Devour as the kid in love with sunglasses and tech masks. We’ve been testing them for months and they really offer the best of both worlds. Full fog-free protection is rare in performance eyewear, but POC has succeeded.
Wahoo Elemnt Bolt Bike Computer ($ 280)
The upgraded Elemnt Bolt is a direct evolution of Wahoo’s line of aero cycling computers. It impresses with a crisp, vibrant color display, easy-to-use navigation enhancements with millions of miles of preloaded maps, 16 gigabytes of in-device storage, and intuitive controls.
Men’s UA Hovr Apex 3 Shoes ($ 140)
Sturdy straps blend a featherweight upper with the sole of the Apex 3, giving confidence and stability to dynamic movements. The 3D printed mesh upper and dual density EVA midsole are perfectly ventilated on your feet.
ACR Bivy Stick satellite communication device ($ 350)
Bivy Stick is a Clif bar-sized unit that uses the Iridium network and an app (Android and iOS) to turn your phone into a two-way satellite communicator. The app’s robust mapping capabilities can also help you achieve your most ambitious backcountry adventures.
Dynafit Radical Pro Hiking Boots ($ 800)
Dynafit took the best part of its revolutionary Hoji line – a climb-to-ski transition system executed in one movement – and built the Radical Pro from premium Grilamid plastic that is both lighter and longer. rigid than its predecessors. The result goes up as it goes down.
Garmin Forerunner 945 LTE Watch ($ 650)
The Forerunner 945 has all the features you expect, including heart rate, pace, and activity settings. But testers agreed that security details like live tracking, which allows friends and family to track the wearer in real time, made them more difficult.