As the holiday season approaches, the
Triathlete magazine editors have done the legwork to find a slew of products from every price range to give to your triathlete friends, family and even your triathlon supporters. Here are our picks for gifts between $20 and $100.
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Clif Family Winery Climber Red and Climber White, $12 each A nice bottle of vino is a classy and clever gift for the triathlete who appreciates organic products produced in a sustainable way. Clif’s Climber Red variety is a fruity blend that goes with any meal and its white variety, a Sauvignon blanc, has a crisp clean finish. Cliffamilywinery.com “17 Hours to Glory,” $21.95 Hawaii Ironman athletes have 17 hours to cross the finish line, but these 17 profiles of the sport’s most iconic figures will have Kona hopefuls engrossed within minutes. Velopress.com Numi Single Origins Tea Set, $34.99 This lovely little tea set not only includes a stylish brewing pot and matching cups, it also gives you a chance to sample teas from India, China, Japan and South Africa. Numitea.com Trix Gear Baby Bib and Beanie, $30 Finally, gear for the littlest triathletes in the making. This set for baby is a must-have for the triathlete-parent on your gift list. Trix-gear.com Endurance Conspiracy T-shirts, $30 Pros Tony and Tim DeBoom own this line of endurance sports-inspired apparel, printed in Boulder, Colo., with designs that keep us entertained, such as “El Patrón”—perfect for pre-race intimidation. Enduranceconspiracy.com Endo T-shirts, $20 We love the look and feel of Endo’s outdoor-inspired T-shirts printed with eco-friendly water-based ink on oh-so-comfy American Apparel tees. Endo.bigcartel.com Prana Heart for Africa Circle Scarf, $35 Prana’s Circle Scarf was handmade by villagers in Swaziland, making each scarf uniquely colorful. The purchase goes toward getting the women out of poverty, and it looks pretty darn chic no matter how you loop it around your neck. Prana.com Asics Women’s Legato II Tight, $34 A woman can never have enough black running pants, especially as the weather becomes chilly. This Asics full-leg tight is not only comfortable, but it’s also flattering and even has gripper elastic at the ankles. Asicsamerica.com Nike Frees, $85 Here’s a shoe that lets the foot be the foot. It’s light, flexible, barely there, allowing your tootsies to move the way nature intended. The Free is aptly named, as that’s just how it feels to run in it. Nikerunning.com Resource Revival Chainring Bowl, $88 This company repurposes old bicycle products by turning them into usable products for everyday life—they call it “rebicycling.” Our tech geeks love this bike chain bowl, which is 10 inches in diameter and 2 inches deep. Resourcerevival.com Ika Bags, $59 Handmade in France, this messenger bag is the perfect excuse for taking a casual ride to show it off. Available in a variety of colors, this bag is canvas-lined and has nine pockets to hold seriously everything. Ikabags.etsy.com