Stumped on what to get your triathlete significant other for Valentine’s Day? We rounded up some heart-day gift inspiration.

Valentine’s Day Gifts For Triathletes
Stumped on what to get your triathlete significant other for Valentine’s Day? We round up some heart-day gift inspiration.

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Infinit Dark Chocolate MUD
You know the way to a triathlete’s heart is through chocolate, right? As part of the seasonal MUD line, you can snag a bag 22-serving Dark Chocolate MUD until the end of February. It’s one of our favorite recovery (or meal replacement) products, thanks to its list of clean, gluten-free ingredients, including flaxseed, coffee and chocolate. MUD is especially delicious mixed with a cold glass of almond milk (or your favorite milk) after a tough workout. Each serving has 129 calories, 19 grams of carbs and 11 grams of protein, and while we love the original MUD, the dark chocolate kicks it up a notch. (If dark chocolate isn’t your thing, a Mint Irish Cream flavor is available in March, and in May Coconut Mocha MUD is back.)

$39, Infinitnutrition.us
SockGuy Socks
Up your sock game with the limited-edition Love Line 1-inch Classic socks from SockGuy. With pixilated hearts around the 1-inch tall cuff, they have the words “Life’s Short Love Fearlessly” on the bottom for some extra inspiration. They’re made from a soft acrylic material that helps eliminate blisters, plus a double-stitched heel and toe for durability.

$11, Sockguy.com
Bose SoundSport Pulse
This Valentine’s Day, you can listen to your heart—errr, heart rate—with Bose’s new SoundSport Pulse wireless headphones. They feature a built-in heart rate monitor that measures through the ear for a precise reading (the monitor is compatible with fitness apps such as Runkeeper and Endomondo). They’re also sweat- and water-resistant, and with five hours of battery life can even last you through a long trainer ride.

$200, Bose.com
Endurance Conspiracy T-Shirt
For the dude in your life: This “Feelin’ Mean in ’17” shirt from Endurance Conspiracy is inspired by the “Feelin’ Fine in ’79,” but with an edge—meant to inspire you to get your ass in the gym (no excuses!). “Ya gotta carry that Billy Idol snarl with you on every trail run, every pool session and every group ride,” says the brand, which was created by former pro triathlete (and brother to a two-time Ironman world champ) Tony DeBoom. This tee may have a tough message, but it also has a super-soft feel due to a special enzyme wash treatment.

$35, Enduranceconspiracy.com
Meal Delivery Service
Picture this: Valentine’s Day, no reservations, no crowds, no lines, no prix fixe menu—just a quiet evening at home, cooking, relaxing and eating delicious—and healthy—food. You can do just that (and skip the meal planning and grocery shopping!) with a meal delivery service. There are a ton of options out there, but our favorites are Blue Apron and Hello Fresh.

Prices vary, Blueapron.com, Hellofresh.com
TwinSix Cycling Kits
Groove Ring
XTERRA Premium 10-foot Inflatable Pink SUP Package