What was once seen as a passing trend is now the new norm. Just under ten years ago, the idea of wearing leggings as everyday pants was fairly controversial. Now, it’s everywhere.
Shoelaces Wholesale specializes in fun and trendy shoelaces, lanyards, and accessories manufactured in the United States and South Korea.
For over 25 years, U.S.T’s Incorporated has been committed to one goal: Supplying customers with the industry’s best sportswear at the best prices.
Sleefs wants your arms, or at least the outside of them. Headquartered in South Florida and founded in 2012, Sleefs offers a line of popular compression sleeves. The sleeves are similar to the ones athletes use to prevent cramping and to stimulate blood flow in hard-working limbs. They are available in a range of custom designs, or branded with leading sports teams.
Looking for the perfect product for the grown up kid or budding outdoorsman with a flair for the dramatic? Then look no further than a precision throwing tomahawk. Offered by ThrowerSupply.com, a division of KCW Holdings, LLC, based in Springville, Utah, the product is designed and weighted for throwing; no more bouncing off the target or hitting handle first.
When you are backpacking, every ounce counts. That is why Lightload Towels, which come in a package the size of a hockey puck and weigh in at .5 to .6 ounces, have become so popular with the hiking crowd.
Quik Hands™ weighted health and fitness gloves are resistance-training gloves that have a removable weight packet on the back. The gloves can be worn to enhance a variety of fitness activities and sports such as walking, aerobics and golf. They increase the heart rate, and improve upper body strength, flexibility, circulation and balance.
SJT Enterprises, a consumer products company that makes all their products in the USA, has come out with two new decorative wood plaques. The company has introduced new larger sports plaques to its popular line of “Fan Zone” plaques and a new line of military plaques for the moms and dads of service men and women.
“When a car approaches at night, that arm band is bright enough to look like a headlight,” notes inventor Chris Luginbuhl.
AGC Enterprises’s apparatus keeps objects close at hand with a 22-inch steel cable that retracts into a small container that clips onto any belt, purse or jacket.