<p>Forget fruitcake. Each year Clif Bar &amp; Company and GU Energy Labs unveil seasonal energy food products like pumpkin pie bars and peppermint gels. Look for the holiday fare at REI or your local outdoor retailer, starting after Halloween.</p> <p>Get It: $1.50 and up; <a href="http://clifbarstore.com" target="_blank">http://clifbarstore.com</a>, <a href="https://guenergy.com/" target="_blank">https://guenergy.com/</a></p>

Gifts Under $30 - Holiday-Themed Energy Food

Forget fruitcake. Each year Clif Bar & Company and GU Energy Labs unveil seasonal energy food products like pumpkin pie bars and peppermint gels. Look for the holiday fare at REI or your local outdoor retailer, starting after Halloween.

Get It: $1.50 and up; http://clifbarstore.com, https://guenergy.com/

Photograph courtesy GU Energy Labs (l), Clif Bar (r)

Gear Gift Guide 2012

Stuff their stockings with seasonal energy bars or affordable sunglasses. Give your favorite bike commuter a messenger bag that glows in the dark. Keep your honey warm with an electrically-heated vest. Whoever is on your list, we've found the perfect outdoor gear gifts, shown from least expensive to most.

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