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Last updated 10/4/2020

  • Baro 9 (Multi-Sport GPS Watch)

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*An interesting running short.  It’s a split that comes in at 5in inseam.  But what makes it different is that it’s made with nylon.  Fastest drying shorts that I’ve ever owned.  Lightest (not usually a concern).  Developed in partnership with Rob Krar.  My favorite shorts have always been the TNF BTN 3.5 splits…but these have replaced them…for now.  I don’t know if TNF will continue to make them or not.  And I’ve never seen anyone else on the trails or at a race with them on.

*With 100hrs of battery life (dependent on settings), mapping, sos capability, text message satellite communication…it’s a must have in my opinion when you’re beyond cel coverage.  A mini option if you want a smaller version.  Bluetooths to phone if you want to use Earthmate App via phone or text via phone.

Pay by the month, or pay by the year.  Month is obvioiusly a bit more expensive.  Multiple plans that start off very reasonable.  Especially if you don’t plan to text much with it.  If you pay by the year, you can always upgrade or downgrade your plan during that time.  Downgrading it cost some extra change.