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Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Every Adventure! (even in the kitchen)

Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Every Adventure (even in the kitchen)!

Stocking Stufffer Ideas

Stocking Stuffer Ideas

Are you in need of some stocking stuffer ideas for the next adventure in life? Life can be busy especially around the holidays. If you are still racing around trying to fill that stocking for the endurance sports athlete in your life here are some great ideas! These are some of my favorite things and some new discoveries that I wanted to pass along to you Secret Santa!

What’s in your stocking?

Skratch Labs Fruit Drops Energy Chews, Liv Hearty Gloves, Raw Spice Bar, Crazy Compression

Stocking Stuffer: Skratch Labs Fruit Drops Energy Chews, Liv Hearty Gloves, Raw Spice Bar, Crazy Compression

Perfect for cycling, mountain biking, fat -tire biking or even cold weather running. You will love Liv Hearty Gloves! The ThermTextura™ fabric will keep your fingers extra toasty. These gloves also have reflective accents and TipTech™ smartphone-friendly fingertips to allow you to snap pictures of your adventures.
2. Skratch Labs Fruit Drops Energy Chews
Skratch Labs Fruit Drop Energy Chews are one of my go-to fueling sources when I am training. Salty and sweet with real fruit flavor these energy chews are easy to digest. There are 2 Flavors, Orange and raspberry. To find out more about Skratch Labs Fruit Drops Energy Chews you can  check out my whole REVIEW
3. Crazy Compression Over the Calf Compression Socks
Definitely a must have stocking stuffer for every runner. Crazy Compression socks are Made in the USA and offer 15-20mmhg which promotes muscle recovery and improves blood circulation. These socks will be perfect for your long marathon and ultra running training and also for recovery after a race. These socks come in all sorts of crazy patterns including holiday patterns.

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My Rad Dog Pocket Bowl, Bani Bands, Polar BUFF, Yummy World

Stocking Stuffer: My Rad Dog Pocket Bowl, Bani Bands, Polar BUFF, Yummy World

This BUFF is a combination of the traditional Original BUFF®and a Polartec® Microfleece™ neckwarmer. It can be worn in a variety of ways including as a helmet liner, a mask or even a cap. It will be perfect for every cold winter adventure. Quick drying and moisture wicking you will be cozy and warm as you run, ski, hike, and fat-tire bike through the winter. The Polar BUFF comes in a range of colors for every member of your house.
Foodies will love these cute gifts from Yummy World. Perfect for kids or adults Plush pillow strawberries, marshmallows and more, kiwi keychains and pizza bookmarks. These are adorable gifts that will be great as a stocking  stuffer.
 
7. Bani Bands Adjustable Headbands
I never go for a run without a Bani Band. I can’t stand having fly-away hair  in my face when I am running. Bani Bands are great because not-only do they stop fly-aways but they are adjustable and the velvet on the underside-makes them no-slip. The adjustability assures that you won’t get a headache. Bani Bands come in a variety of styles and widths. They have patterned bands,  sequins, braided and more.

Perfect for your furry companion for adventures on the road, trails, and in the woods, The My Rad Dog Pocket Bowl is something you can take anywhere. We humans need to hydrate when we exercise and lets not forget about Fido (or in my case my crazy terrier Lucy). Hydration on the go is what your dog will need so having this dog bowl will save you in a pinch. The My Rad Dog Pocket Bowl is a nylon dog bowl that folds up to the size of a box of tic tacs. When I first received one to try I was amazed at how small it is. This bowl easily stuffs into a hydration pack, back pack, bike bag, or Flip Belt. I love the idea of this bowl because its size makes it super easy to bring anywhere. This is definitely a perfect stocking stuffer for anyone going out for an adventure with their dog!

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35 responses

35 responses

  1. I was just thinking this morning how, even though we don’t celebrate Christmas, I love hanging a stocking and getting surprises from my parents Christmas morning. These are some great ideas. I need to do this for my daughter this year.
    Carla recently posted…Mama, Im so strong!My Profile

  2. Love all of these! Here are my various responses:
    1. Compression socks – If I had to pick a color, I love purple, but the christmas ones in general are AWESOME!
    2. Polar Buff – I would definitely wear the Polar Buff on any winter outdoor runs as well as snowshoeing adventures.
    3. Dog Pocket Bowl – I have 2 dogs – Argie and Loki. I love to take them both walking and hiking, and Loki comes running with me fairly often.
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  3. The Crazy Compression socks look awesome!! Love all the bright colors and patterns!! The Liv Hearty cold weather gloves look like they would be sooo nice for cold weather running. I love that they have the smart tip fingers – genius!! I always love your pictures from your beautiful farm – so pretty!!!
    Great stocking stuffer ideas!
    Natalie recently posted…How To Recover From A Half MarathonMy Profile

  4. I love all the Christmas patterned socks! Also, my dog Gracie gets to go on any trail I can find that is dog friendly in our area. We live near a national park where dogs aren’t allowed, but state parks are fair game for her 🙂

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