New Balance’s Fresh Foam Hierro Boa is the first dual dial trail running shoe. The Boa Fit System activates a tri-panel canopy for stability and a more consistent connection to the midsole. Available in men’s and women’s versions. MSRP: $160.
Nalgene Outdoor, just in time for the holidays, introduces a “Customizer” at its online store, allowing customers to create individualized products, a personalized reusable water bottle with a family picture, company logo or travel snap for MSRP of $20. No official word yet if the 70-year old brand intends to market the ‘Customizer’ site and its new printing technology at the brand’s traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
Hemp Eyewear, based in Scotland, introduces unique eyewear frames through a process that turns the plant fiber into a solid material. Offered in three styles—the Walden, Muir and Eden—the handcrafted sunglass line utilizes UV400 protection lenses and high-grade nickel hinges. Currently available on Kickstarter for a limited-time only for $81 at: pr.go2.fund/hempeyewear.