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Born on the slopes at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, PROBAR remains tied to its Utah roots and is launching some impressive energy-inducing items in the coming months and its first "non-bar" product. BOLT Energy Chews are an organic gummy-style chew. They are caffeinated, vitamin B-rich and infused with apple, acai, blueberry and pomegranate powders. The bags will run $2.49 and are designed for long-distance runners/racers. PROBAR launched four new CORE protein bars and four new meal bars. theprobar.com

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Lunker from Ruffwear » Dogs love the environment too. Ruffwear has released Lunker, a floating toy for dogs that love to retrieve in the water. Resembling other "duck dummy-type" dog throws, the Lunker is produced from post-manufacturing waste from the footwear industry. The Lunker ($19.95) is made to last, but if it doesn’t send it back to Ruffwear for recycling. www.ruffwear.com/

Marshall Mid hiking boot from Keen »

Are you a fast hiker? Keen has the boot or shoe for you. The Marshall and Marshall Mid were designed by Keen to provide a high-function trail shoe outside of the traditional leather style from the company. The Marshall is available in men’s and women’s models and also with waterproof technology. Low-cut Marshalls will run $110; $120 for the waterproof version. The Marshall Mid will run $130 with the Marshall Mid WP going for $140. The collection will be available fall 2013. www.keenfootwear.com/us/en/


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