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Any training or physical activity regimen requires an often-overlooked aspect: recovery. This is a crucial component, and without the proper recovery, your body will eventually suffer the consequences. Sometimes recovering faster can be that extra edge your training was missing.
This is where Amp Human’s PR Lotion comes in. It’s the sports lotion you apply before your workout and is trusted by USA Cycling, Ironman champions and Olympic athletes to help the body function better by giving it more of what it naturally needs — bicarbonate. Bicarb neutralizes acid created by your muscles as a by-product when you work at your limit. This helps you maximize your workout, do more of what you love and come back strong the next day. Because PR Lotion is scientifically proven to amplify what your body naturally does, it’s a no-brainer for anyone looking to recover faster.
New & Noteworthy Releases
Get This Affordable Alternative to the Porsche Boxster
If you don't want to spend $60,000 on a German sports car, the 2002 Toyota MR2 is a great Japanese substitute, at almost one-tenth the cost.
This Ultraviolet Flashlight Is Built Like a Luxury Watch
Flashlight-maker Muyshondt collaborates with watch enthusiast group RedBar on an ultraviolet pocket flashlight made especially for watches.
These Shoes and Boots Hit the Sweet Spot Between Dress and Casual
Three styles made with C.F. Stead leathers.
This Minimalist Stroller Is About to Be on Everyone’s Baby Registry
A new company promising performance-based baby gear released a highly functional, minimalist baby stroller.
Hermès Updates its Elegant Dress Watch with an Anthracite Dial and Orange Accents
The Slim d'Hermès Titane features a smoky grey dial, a titanium case and an ultra-thin movement.
Kuat’s New Roof Rack is Perfect for Kayakers
Kuat's newest roof racks are a breeze to install and make getting out on the river seamless.
Is a Rival for the Toyota Supra on Its Way?
If Mazda doesn't seize this as an opportunity to revive the RX-7 or bring the RX Vision to life, they're already admitting defeat.
Would You Pay $2,500 for a Smartwatch? Garmin Thinks So
The popular outdoor tech and smartwatch brand is getting into the world of luxury watchmaking. Will it work?
This Machined Brass Pen Deserves a Permanent Spot in Your EDC
The Bolt Action Pen from Inventery delivers tactical elegance with a smooth mechanism for a pen that is the upgrade you need.
Timex x Todd Snyder Military Watch
Save 25%: Another Todd Snyder x Timex collaboration, another home run. This watch (available in 3 colors) sports a slim profile, a highly-legible dial, a reliable quartz movement and 1970s military-inspired cues with just enough modern styling to take it over the top. It even comes with an extra NATO strap in the box, so you can change up the look without laying out more cash. If you’ve been looking for a go-anywhere, do-anything watch, now’s your chance — pick one of these up while they’re on sale! — Oren Hartov
Tanner Goods Record Rack
Save 40% This vinyl rack, made of powder-coated stainless steel wire and shaped into a simple, straightforward design, can showcase all the records that you’ve let languish in a crate under your bed. It’s a must-have accessory for your at-home vinyl setup or even the perfect gift for your favorite hi-fi lover. Best yet: it’s 40 percent off at Huckberry. — Andy Frakes
Drake’s Knit Hats
Save 35%:While the worst winter storms may be over for some part of North America, that doesn’t mean cool weather is a thing of the past. If you’re looking for a nice hat to weather out the last weeks of winter, head over to Todd Snyder today. You can save 35 percent on some timeless knit hats from Drake’s. The British accessories brand offers the Scottish-made style in three colors — olive, turquoise and yellow — for just $49. And while you may not get the most wear out of it this season, this hat is never going out of style and you’ll be able to wear it in years to come. — John Zientek
Lodge 12-Inch Cast-Iron Skillet
Save $15 Good news: today, the 12-inch skillet is marked down somewhere other than Amazon — get it for just $15 at Sierra Trading Post.
Its 10 inches of cooking space (the 12-inch designation refers to a wall-to-wall measurement, which includes the slope of the walls) is the ideal size for most people’s stovetop burners — any bigger and heat distribution issues will be exacerbated, any smaller and you can’t cook a whole lot. Plus, unlike Lodge’s behemoth 13- and 15-inch pans, the 12-inch will actually fit in a kitchen cabinet. As with all Lodge pans, the 12-inch comes pre-seasoned and ready to cook out of the box (we recommend starting with bacon). —Will Price
Couples Sleeping Bags Are a Thing and These 3 Are on Sale
Save up to $120: Sleeping bags are solitary by design, but not these ones, all of which are on sale for up to 36 percent off. — Tanner Bowden
4 Essential Patagonia Products Are on Sale Right Now
Save up to 40%: These four technical and lightweight items will have you ready for springtime weather. — Tanner Bowden
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This Obscure Tool Watch Brand Is Back with New Timepieces
Ollech & Wajs manufactured affordable, purpose-built tool watches in the 60s and 70s, and will shortly be producing new products.
5 Automotive Truths That Are Rapidly Dying
Change and the prospect of change are forcing auto manufacturers to react boldly.
Three Ways To Tame Your Traveling Tech
Twelve South's Apple-specific travel accessories make any trip easier to enjoy. See our top three tech taming picks.
The Best Used Sport Sedans We’d Buy for $10,000 Right Now
Fun four-doors for a very reasonable price.
Destroyed Your Shoulders Doing CrossFit? Here’s How to Recover
The lead up to the CrossFit Games starts now. Here's how to keep your body healthy in the meantime.
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