Two relatively similar bags with different standout features enter. One bag leaves.
Ever wish you could protect your tablet while keeping it accessible at the same time? Hey, guess what Osprey's Beta Port does?
For the love of Richard Simmons, stand up while you read this!
An indoor cycling sensor, the XSPIN tracks your activities on a variety of stationary bikes.
Them other sensors don't know how to act.
My iPhone case can beat up your iPhone case. And anyone who tries to mess with me, too.
A nearly identical product to the LifeTrak Move, how does the Sync Burn compare? Ehhhhh......
This is the Fort Knox of backpacks. Because it's impossible to break into, not because it's full of gold bars.
Although the hottest new fitness device in the West wasn’t set to go on sale until tomorrow, Nike pulled the trigger early, because you can't wait to start earning NikeFuel.
Thanks to the M7 coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, Nike's new fitness app can track your movements without a separate hunk of hardware around your wrist.
If you use Lovely, you could be home by now.
There’s nothing wrong with Briggs & Riley’s @Work Medium Backpack. So why am I so bored with it?
Runtastic is rounding out its fitness ecosystem with a smart scale, a new app for sculpting your abs, and stories to keep runners captivated mile after mile.
Plan ahead, or fly by the seat of your pants—either way, these helpful travel apps make your trip as painless as possible.
Because there's more to your health than just counting steps.
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