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Do you go gaga over gloves for your feet, bamboo water bottles you can shove in the dishwasher, and headlamps that let you stretch battery life to fit your trip? Then you’ll love National Geographic Adventure’s recently unveiled Gear of the Year 2010. It features the latest and best in adventure products, from wetsuits to banana skis, backpacks to helmetcams.

Pictured below is the latest five-toed Bikila running shoe by Vibram, that allows you to run barefoot without puncture wounds. Perhaps you could drop a hint to Santa?

Do you go gaga over gloves for your feet, bamboo water bottles you can shove in the dishwasher, and headlamps that let you stretch battery life to fit your trip? Then you’ll love National Geographic Adventure’s recently unveiled Gear of the Year 2010. It features the latest and best in adventure products, from wetsuits to banana skis, backpacks to helmetcams.

Pictured below is the latest five-toed Bikila running shoe by Vibram, that allows you to run barefoot without puncture wounds. Perhaps you could drop a hint to Santa?


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