Sydney, Nov 21: With only one month to go till the year ends, we have decided to start an early gift guide compilation in the lead-up to everyone’s favourite holiday of the year – Christmas and the New Year celebrations.
This would be a four-part series giving you some ideas on what you should get for your loved ones this Christmas, with one guide appearing each month in the lead-up to the holidays.
This month’s guide is going to be aimed at the health conscious folks.
In part-three of the guide, we will be featuring three products under the AU$5,000 mark mainly for our Australian-based readers.
First up, we have…
The ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 180 VII shoes, retailed at $220 which is the latest SportStyle shoe that is perfect for everyday wear.
Available in multiple colourways for men and women.
While ASICS GEL-KAYANO 29 Shoes retailed at $270 is the 29th iteration of ASICS’ most popular running shoe ever. The GEL-KAYANOTM 29 is arguably ASICS’ most iconic model which has now been improved even further through advanced technologies, to create a premium stability shoe that offers a luxurious running experience.
Just like the Quantum shoes this shoe is also available in multiple colours for men and women.
Christmas is the best time to start thinking of your new year’s resolution especially when it comes to health matters. If you are planning to make 2023, your fit year, then the NordicTrack 2450 Treadmill retailed at $4,999 would be a great gift for you or your loved ones. This treadmill providing the most immersive tread experience yet, running a guided Boston marathon workout from your home will feel like you are truly there.
There is a slightly cheaper version as well, the NordicTrack S27i Studio Bike retailed $3,499 is another winner. This studio bike boast the largest screen (27”), travel the world with a guided workout or take a studio class from the comfort of your home.
Oakley Re:SubZero Sunglasses retailed at $316 are sunnies weighing just 24g are the essential accessory for your next run to protect your eyes, and fly through the streets with style. With the
application of the brand’s industry-disrupting PhysioMorphic Geometry, Re:SubZero provides wearers everything they need to lock into the present moment and look ahead to a lighter future within a singular frame. Equipped with innovation and weighing just 24 grams: it feels like wearing nothing, but has what you need to channel your energy to move and progress. This new eyewear is packed with technology that only a brand like Oakley could deliver while the frame features PhysioMorphic Geometry, an
industry revolution which allows for a lens design with an extended wrap and rigidity in key areas that mimic the structural properties of a frame. Taking inspiration from the human experience as well as the laws of nature, PhysioMorphic Geometry unlocks eyewear to be designed and developed without limitations, and lenses that are built without any shape constraints. This unique feature results in a
seamless design and mask-like fit without carrying the restrictions of a frame. Another sunnies that we had in mind was the Oakley Encoder Sunglasses. Retailed at $330, the Encoder is the ultimate sunglass that can do it all right from the cycling track, to beach cricket, or even to your next festival.
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