9 Everyday Carry Essentials: Fitness Junkie

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Where are all my gym rats at today? This collection of Everyday Carry Essentials focuses on people who love to work up a sweat all year long. This year can be used on the way, at, and after the gym. It’s gear you can use while working out or during recovery, or you can just throw on that comfy hoodie anytime if you’re like me and prefer to only wear comfortable layers in the cold.

The item that stands out most to me in today’s roundup are those 1776 Gadsden Shorts made from a quick-dry poly microfiber material that only gets better and more comfortable with every wash. They’re also made in the USA. The Sea Turtle Giant watch from Luminox features a black-on-black design that I can’t get enough of. Hydro Flask makes as good of an insulated water bottle as anyone on the planet. I know this because I’m literally drinking out of one right now and have it sitting on the desk next to me as I type. Elsewhere, we see some sick adidas sneakers for running and a pair of sunglasses that are specifically designed for running in.

[1] Iron and Resin Tamarack Fleece [$180]

[2] 1776 Gadsden Quick-dry Poly Microfiber Shorts [$42]

[3] Luminox Sea Turtle Giant Watch [$275]

[4] Hydro Flask 24 oz. Insulated Water Bottle [$35]

[5] Patagonia Speedway Beanie (Fleece Lined) [$39]

[6] Adidas Men’s Swift Run Primeknit Shoes [$70+]

[7] GORUCK Gym Bag + Shoulder Strap [$140]

[8] Goodr Running Sunglasses in Black Aqua [$25]

[9] Danner Hike Lightweight Merino Quarter Crew Socks (Not Picture) [$15]

I publish a new edition of the ‘Everyday Carry‘ essentials roundup Monday through Thursday here at BroBible with the ‘Things We Want‘ gear guide going out on Fridays. If you know of a product that should be featured here you can hit me up on email at cass@brobible.com, or find me on Twitter at @casspa. Or if you’ve got an idea for a daily theme I should touch on then hit me up!

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