This past June we announced 13 exciting new products joining our product line this late summer/early fall. Now comes the exciting time we get to fill you in on all the details as they are now in stock and ready to ship! From robust new headlamps and lanterns to new ways to keep your pup glowing all night long, this product drop is packed with exciting gear we can’t wait to tell you about. Let’s take a look.
Hey there, concertgoers and festival fanatics. Summer concerts are here, and whether your scene is heavy metal, bluegrass, or EDM, our pro tips - and pro gear - will ensure you have an epic season.
If you’ve been following Nite Ize for a while, you probably know how excited we get to tell you all about our brand new products we unveil twice a year. Today is no exception, as our latest innovations are in stock and ready to ship now. Let’s dive in.
Winter is officially here, and it's got us daydreaming about hitting the slopes. Whether you're a skier or snowboarder, keep reading for gear hacks that'll help you shred smarter.
It’s the gift-giving season once again, and our in-house Gift Geniuses are here to help you choose the perfect gift for your hard-to-shop-for loved ones. We’ve put together 30 gift recommendations in a variety of price points based on your recipients’ favorite activities.
If you drive a car, chances are you use your phone for GPS, hands-free calling, or queueing up your playlists and podcasts for your commute. Doesn’t your phone deserve a dedicated home in your car? And don’t you deserve an easy way to change the song and track your route?
Ahhh, fall. That time of year when the leaves turn brilliant shades of orange, the air smells distinctly crisp, and Starbucks releases its beloved seasonal beverages. But some of us have been waiting patiently for fall for a different reason—it’s football season again! And who doesn’t love a good tailgate? Whether you’re throwing your own parking lot party, or you’re simply an enthusiastic guest, we have some gear recommendations to take your pregaming to the next level.
When it comes to packaging and marketing jargon, the terms “water resistant” and “waterproof” may seem like they mean the same thing at first glance. However, dig just a little deeper and you’ll quickly learn that the distinction in these terms can mean a difference in your gear becoming waterlogged and useless, or staying safe and dry. Many products – particularly when it comes to outdoor gear – are eager to tout themselves as “water-resistant” or “waterproof.” But when making a decision on what to buy, it’s important to know that you’re getting the right product for what you need.
The term “water resistant” means that the material or object in question is able to withstand a certain amount of moisture and wetness for a certain amount of time, before being completely soaked through. In a similar vein, “water repellent” usually means that the item is not easily penetrated by water and has been treated with some sort of hydrophobic coating to fend off liquids.
To put these terms into a very basic perspective, you can figure that “water resistant,” “weather resistant” or “water repellent” products can withstand a bit of light rain, snow or splashes without taking on damage.
Someone once told me that 90% of camping is solving problems. While we all have aspirations of our summer camping trip going off without a single hitch, we know that there is bound to be a matter or two (or ten) that require some creative problem solving. Here are 10 solutions to common camping problems I have discovered over the years.
May is National Bike Month – a chance to observe the many benefits of cycling, and to get more people rolling on two wheels. Biking is not only good for your health, it also has positive environmental impacts by reducing carbon emissions. Whether you’re a bike newbie or a seasoned cyclist, everyone needs a way to carry their phone when hitting the roads or the trails. A bike bar mount for your phone is a great way to have easy access to your device in case you need to pull over and snap some photos, keep your screen in view for GPS, or have it close-at-hand in case of emergency. With several options to choose from, we’re going to break down which phone mount might be the right fit for you, based on the type of ride you’re going to be doing.