Have a pun-loving partner to impress this Valentine’s Day? We’ve got you covered. Keep reading for 17 thoughtful gift ideas with their own built-in puns (you’re welcome in advance).
When it comes to running an efficient kitchen, organization is key. The more orderly your space, the easier and quicker it can be to whip up recipes from a basic boiled egg to Julia Child’s boeuf bourguignon. Here are ten of my favorite hacks I implement around my kitchen, bar, and grill, to make my life easier (and even more colorful).
Nite Ize has been a proud sponsor of the AWE Summit Scholarship since its inception three years ago. We are passionate about providing women in underserved communities access to outdoor experiences, and the opportunity to live lifelong dreams. Applications for the 2022 Summit Scholarship are open through the end of January, and this year, AWExpeditions is offering 7 different scholarships for backpacking trips, mountaineering courses, and high-altitude expeditions for women of all walks of life. We talked with founder Sunny Stroeer about everything from how the scholarship was born, to what the future holds.
Believe it or not, 2021 has officially come to a close. And before we charge into 2022 with a fresh start, it’s time to reflect on everything 2021 brought us. Each month in 2021, we revealed a “big idea” word designed to motivate you to make the most of your year. In addition to the motivating big idea (always ending in “Ize” just like us), we curated a collection of products inspired by it. So which products caught your Ize most?
To close out the year, we thought a recap of the most viewed item each month was in order. Consider it our greatest hits of 2021.
Like many Americans who live in temperate climates, when winter hits, it hits me hard. Year after year, when the clocks fall back, I lose a little pep in my step. The lack of sunny days and abundance of cold, dark days take hold of my mood, leaving me with little energy or excitement for the weeks ahead.
By Brenda Isaac, Vice President of Marketing
Nite Ize is proud to celebrate our 33rd year in business in 2022. While it isn’t a milestone anniversary, and most companies wouldn’t even bother mentioning it, it’s still worth celebrating to me! As I look back over the last few years, I’m drawn to the idea of invention. During the pandemic, Nite Ize has never slowed down. We’ve introduced over 100 new product inventions to the market, invented solutions to successfully work from home, overcome supply chain challenges, kept our warehouse team safe at work - and the list goes on. I feel like we invented our own way through this challenging time as a team, and we found a way to win.
It’s been a while since we’ve dropped new gear, but after much anticipation (and plenty of patience), the day has finally arrived! Our newest products are in-stock now and ready for you to feast your Ize upon. Keep reading to unpack this latest launch and pick out your new faves!
Believe it or not, the gift-giving season is in full swing. If you’re lacking some inspiration for gift shopping this year, let our staff help guide the way. We asked our team members to hit us with their go-to products to give as gifts, and compiled our insider recommendations for you here as our 2021 gift guide.
It’s no secret, I love to travel! Whether it’s for business, vacation, or to visit friends and family, I take advantage of every opportunity I can to get out of the house. For me, one of the most stressful ways to travel is by air. During my travels, I’ve learned some tips and tricks from fellow travelers that have made traversing through airports easier and less stressful. After many trips for both business and pleasure, I’ve put together a list of my favorite travel hacks for the navigating the airport, while on the airplane, and once I’ve reached my destination.
My first long distance road trip was a complete failure. I had been riding for years, so I felt assured I could manage a multi- day trip for a couple thousand miles. It was early June in Colorado, and about 5 hours into the ride it started snowing, which turned into a white out. It was wet, heavy and cold and I was not prepared. It was in the high 70’s when I left home, so I was wearing a half helmet, fingerless gloves and a leather jacket. After waiting out the storm on the side of the road and giving time for the snow to melt, I continued, freezing, until I made it to a gas station. I consumed large amounts of hot coffee and chocolate attempting a warm up. The only clothing options available to try to keep dry on the road were bright yellow dishwashing gloves and a shower cap. I planned to be Wyatt from Easy Rider, but I looked like Scuba Steve and I felt miserable. I was so embarrassed I couldn’t even look at the other riders when I finished that days ride.
I’ve learned a number of lessons on my rides throughout the years. To save your ego and get you safely to your next destination, I’ve put together some helpful hints from my years on the road.