What's In Store

Griffin, Cara; Leand, Judy
February 2007
SGB;Feb2007, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
The article examines storage solutions for high-priced athletic gear and equipment. The Cooler Caddy by Thule, a goggle case from Tyr, the Gravity Suspension Rack by Bordz-Up, and the waterproof and crush-proof iPod case from Pelican Products are presented. As technology continues to evolve, consumers are looking for protection for their gear.


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