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REI recently teamed up with Outdoor Afro, a national nonprofit centered around Black leadership, to launch a collection "celebrating Black joy in nature." Outdoor Afro CEO Rue Mapp explained that while the collection "is designed for the Black community, it also solves universal needs. We’re creating a better outdoor product for everyone.” Mapp explains, “Black people have always spent time outside across a variety of activities, but the community has always felt a gap in finding gear that fits, functions well, feels good, and represents their personal style.” The new collection features 22 pieces, with everything from shell jackets equipped with "hair-conscious" hood linings to durable backpacks and hiking shoes. Fans can shop the full collection today at the link shown here.
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Mikra’s “CELLF” gel is a nutraceutical gel designed to help users rebuild and protect their cellular health. In doing so, fans can increase their ‘healthspan,’ i.e., the number of years you live your life really feeling healthy. At its core, the gel is powered by four main ingredients: Glutathione, CoQ10, PQQ and Lactoferrin. According to Mikra, when combined, these ingredients can protect your cellular health by actively reducing free radicals within your body and preventing tissue damage. They can also improve the speed and efficiency of mitochondria –– to improve your cellular health – and facilitate more energy production and availability at a cellular level. So if you’ve been looking for a one-stop, powerhouse product to change your quality of life – look no further than CELLF.
Vollebak’s new Mars Hoodie is a sculptural, 3D-knitted hoodie reimagining the materials that can – and should – go into loungewear. The weighted piece is made with the same padded texture conventionally used in mattresses. Created with the help of Amsterdam-based textile studio Byborre, Vollebak insists this "hoodie feels just like getting into bed." Designed to comfort those experiencing ‘life on an early Martian base,’ fans can bring the hoodie home (on Earth) for $645 today.
HUROM’s new H310 Easy Clean Slow Juicer is a slim and stylish machine that can create fresh juice in seconds. The machine includes a small self-feeding hopper that can fit whole fruits and a no-strain chamber that ensures high-quality, pulp-free, juice. The entire device weighs just eight pounds and is designed to emulate the hand-squeezing process. Best of all, this juicer is super easy to clean and simplifies the hassle involved with standard juicers. BPA-free and available in four calming colorways, the juicer is now available for $379.
prAna knows that when fans set out to boulder, they need reliable gear equipped to move with them. That’s why the brand honed in on a versatile range of climbing bottoms – including everything from shorts to convertible pants to skorts. The collection is made from a blend of organic cotton and recycled polyester ripstop to ensure peak flexibility and breathability, with both men’s and women’s styles available. Pieces in the collection are available today for $69 - $110 in several terrain-inspired colorways.
Norse Projects’ sub-brand ARTISK recently expanded its lineup to include a new footwear collection. While the new range also includes a stylish Mountain Boot (in two colorways) and has teased an elegant Lace Up Runner, one clear stand-out is the brand’s Zip Up Runner. Available in black and white, the futuristic shoe is built to turn heads and is more than equipped to perform all-season. The shoe features an inner sock of soft neoprene, an overlay made with ripstop nylon (backed with a Hydro Guard membrane for full water and windproof protection) and a heel and toe reinforced with PU leather for stability. The OrthoLite insole ensures long-lasting cushioning, moisture management and breathability (plus antimicrobial features) and the whole shoe is closed with a waterproof zip closure. Available now for $325 and quickly selling out, fans should shop the shoe before it’s too late.