Check out this new video from LED LENSER Australia showing how an M7 flashlight is constructed, tested then sent out into the big, wide world!Read more >>
At 9:00PM (Melbourne time) on Sunday May 3rd 2015 , over 73,000 athletes in 35 locations around the globe simultaneously set off on the Red Bull Wings for Life World Run. This is the second year for the event, which helps raise funds for spinal injury research.
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Follow these backpackers on an epic journey across Indonesia. Filmmaker Marco Santi shares highlights of his 16-day adventure in Backpackers Memahami Indonesia. Roughly translated from Indonesian, memahami means "to understand or comprehend." Travel from the top of Gunung Bromo, an active volcano, to the depths of the Indian Ocean in this stunning short. [ Play the Video | Boreas Backpack ]Read more >>
The Australian leg of the Wings For Life World Run kicks off in Melbourne on May 3, with runners heading off into the night at 9pm. Lucky us, right!? But here’s the thing: apparently running at night is actually better for you than running at other times of the day. Two studies from University of South Carolina show night running has loads of benefits from improved performance and stronger physiological response to more restorative sleep: "Evening exercise doesn't disrupt sleep in most people and sleep quality can improve following exercise," says head researcher Shawn Youngstedt, who found one to three hours of exercise helped volunteers fall into a deep, relaxing sleep just half an hour after finishing their exercise.
LED LENSER is proudly sponsoring the event, with all participants receiving a free LED LENSER headlamp to help light their way. If you're interested in joining us and helping to raise funds for spinal cord injury research, you can sign up at the website - Wings For Life World Run 2015.Read more >>
Suncreen should always be near the top of your pack list for just about any outdoor outing. Spending large amounts of time having fun in the sun unprotected can cause sunburn, and in extreme cases lead to skin cancer. Nobody likes too many UV rays — including bacteria, viruses, and protozoa that can knock you flat on your back through water borne illnesses. Harness the power of UV light in your hands, and give those annoyances the ultimate burn with a SteriPEN.Read more >>