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High-Tech Gift Ideas for Triathletes
Bring the Outdoors In
CycleOps PowerBeam Pro Trainer, $1,039.99 1 of 12
The "virtual training" features allows cyclists to choose from an existing course from CycleOps' software or create and upload their own by using Google Maps or GPS data. The software can then replicate the terrain of the outdoor course by controlling the resistance of the indoor trainer.
Swimmer's Training Partner
Finis Swimsense Performance Monitor, $99.99 2 of 12
Finis Swimsense does for swimmers what Garmin did for runners. The watch allow precise tracking of laps and types of strokes during a workout. It even sense when the swimmer has finished an interval and is resting at the wall.
Cutting Out the Glare
Finis Surge Polarized Goggles, $39.99 3 of 12
These goggles are designed for open water and triathlon training. The polarized polycarbonate lens provide swimmers with a clearer view, while reducing eye strain by reducing vertical glare. The lens include both UVA and UVB protection as well as anti-fog treatment.
The Power Meter Handbook, $16.95 4 of 12
Joe Friel offers cyclists and triathletes a simple guide on how to effectively use a power meter to improve performance.
KeO Power Pedals 5 of 12
These pedals, developed by Look and Polar, have built in power meters, the perfect feature for cyclists or triathletes who own multiple bikes.
CamelBak Groove, $27 6 of 12
This BPA-free spill-proof bottle filters water while you drink from it, allowing users to fill up anywhere.
CamelBak 2012 Ultra LR Vest, $130 7 of 12
The CamelBak water vest is designed to carry extra water, clothing, nutritional supplements and keys.
Braven 625S 8 of 12
The Braven625S is a high fidelity audio speaker, speakerphone and mobile phone charger made for the outdoors. It even comes with an LED flashlight, lanyard and water resistant bag for easy transport.
Protect Your Tech
Eco PodD, $49.99 9 of 12
The Eco Pod, made by EcoXGear, is an outdoor case designed for iPhone, Android smartphones or any mp3 player. The case floats with and is IPX7 certified to keep water out at three feet of water for 30 minutes with no leakage.
Moji 360 Massage Kit, $69.95 10 of 12
The Moji 360 is one lactic acid-fighting weapon every triathlete should have in their arsenal. The omni-directional massager has rollers that break up scar tissue and mimic the strokes of a massage therapist.
More Great Gear for Endurance Athletes
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