Gifts for Sporty Types
Made in South Carolina, this sleek ten-foot kayak comes with features typically found on pricier boats, including a padded seat, an adjustable backrest, a generously sized cockpit and storage.
Kayak, $469 | LLBean.com
Paddle, $79 | LLBean.com
At last an insect repellent you'll enjoy wearing. Essential oils of
rosemary, geranium, lemongrass, and citronella are blended with vitamin E
and glycerin for DEET-free protection.
$20 | MalinandGoetz.com
Stand or lie on this organic hemp and cotton, Dr. Oz-approved mat, and its 6,210 pressure points will relieve pain, sleep issues, and more.
$70 | SpoonkSpace.com
Don't dare call it a fanny pack: This water-resistant neoprene pouch and belt—made for athletes' 'and' 'nonathletes—is big enough to hold essentials like your ID, keys, and smartphone.
$24 | IFitnessInc.com
If you like to drink from a water bottle but want to add ice or lemon, twist the body of this BPA-free container.
$9 each | copco.com
Totally breathable, ultralightweight, superfast-drying, and ridiculously comfortable...about the only thing these water loafers can't do is black tie.
$50 | WantedShoes.com
Yoga is a beautiful practice that combines exercise with meditation.
With an embroidered name or initials, there's no confusing whose mat is
whose. —Dr. Oz
$40 | MyCustomYogaMat.com
Frequent travelers—and gym-skippers—now have no excuse for skipping
exercise: This rubber resistance band provides a full-body workout (it
comes with a DVD) and takes up less room than sneakers.
$20 | Target.com
This lightweight, water-repellent gym bag features pockets galore, a ventilated shoe compartment, and a ring holder for baubles. Too bad it doesn't also include a personal trainer.
$106 | LugLife.com
This tennis backpack has enough style to psyche out your opponent.
$108 | AmeAndLulu.com
Quiet, tidy, easy to use, and able to separate pulp from juice, this sleek juicer uses patented low-speed technology to extract maximum nutrients, vitamins, enzymes, and taste from fruits and vegetables. Best of all, it comes recommended by Dr. Oz!
$360.00 | williams-sonoma.com
Fueled by light—any light—this sporty little waterproof watch never needs a battery.
$299.00 | Macys.com
Printed from Oprah.com on Sunday, December 8, 2013
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