Christmas Gifts

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Christmas Gifts

This Christmas give your loved one's gifts they would cherish.

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Christmas Gifts
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Bicycle

Cycling is not only a very efficient and effective mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances but also provide numerous benefits compared to motor vehicles, including exercise, an alternative to the use of fossil fuels, no air or noise pollution, much reduced traffic congestion, easier parking, greater maneuverability, and access to both roads and paths.

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Bicycle
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Nikon Coolpix AW100

The Nikon Coolpix AW100 is for those who handle their cameras slightly carelessly. Nikon finally joins Pentax, Olympus, Panasonic, Sony, Fujifilm, and, well, all the other camera manufacturers by adding a rugged point-and-shoot to its lineup. The Coolpix AW100 is waterproof down to 33 feet, shockproof to 5 feet, and freezeproof to 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Nikon Coolpix AW100
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Tablet Computer-Apple iPad 2

Thinner = winner. At just 1.3 pounds and skinnier than an iPhone 4, the iPad 2 is our choice for the ultimate travel companion, especially now that it has front- and rear-facing cameras that enable free video calls. It's impossible to beat for books, movies, and mapsâ€"and it’s not just us saying that.

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Tablet Computer-Apple iPad 2
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Sleeping Bag

For those who like some adventure or those who wish to spend their nights in the wild...or for those who just wish to slip into a different bed occasionally.

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Sleeping Bag
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Jacket

For those who like to look stylish and sometimes protect themselves from cold weather.

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Jacket
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Watch

Casio’s Edifice Black Label is one of those atomic timekeeping watchesâ€"it syncs wirelessly with signals worldwideâ€"that looks like it could survive an atomic blast. Rugged, water resistant to 330 feet, and decidedly macho, the EQWM1100DC-1A2 model also tracks 29 world city times, is solar powered, and has a stopwatch accurate to 1/1000 second.

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Watch
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Shoes-Merrell Barefoot Trail Glove

Merrell’s minimalist Trail Glove is a great bridgeâ€"it has a thin layer of foam padding and low-to-the-ground construction that ease you into unbound running while allowing your feet to strengthen, bit by bit. The sole flexes effortlessly, the interior is lined so it’s comfortable without socks, and there’s plenty of room for your toes to wiggle and spread.

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Shoes-Merrell Barefoot Trail Glove
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Bike Lock

If you decide to gift someone a bike for Christmas you might as well gift them a bike lock. The Hiplok, on the other hand, is the most comfortable bike lock you’ll wear. Simply put, you wear it like a belt, where it sits low and snug and stable on the hips. The strap is infinitely adjustable, so it slips over a summer t-shirt or winter puffy, and it connects without actually locking the lock.

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Bike Lock
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Sunglasses-Oakley’s Fast Jackets

Oakley’s Fast Jackets have a “SwitchLock” lever built into the earpiece: Flip it down, the lens is unlocked; to change the lens, flip it up. When dusk falls, you can change out of your dark lenses and into clear ones in 15 seconds.

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Sunglasses-Oakley’s Fast Jackets
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Scarfs

Scarfs look classy and also keep you warm.

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Scarfs
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GPS-For those who get lost often

DeLorme's InReach stands to revolutionize backcountry communication by allowing you to call for help and get an instant response by sending and receiving text messages via satellite. The small device pairs with your Android smartphone or DeLorme's own PN-60w GPS unit for interactive texts and works on its own to send prewritten notes.

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GPS-For those who get lost often
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