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vibram shoes on sale ´╗┐Best new products for travelling Outdoor adventure stores are constantly unveiling new technology in the latest gear. Think fully seamed seals, breathable membranes, fabrics that insulate and pressurised hardened rubber: It all suggests Mother Nature isn't going to have it all her own way when throwing obstacles in our path these days. No longer is it appropriate to simply reach for that battered old raincoat, comfy tracky dacks or those old sole destroyed runners. Preparation is paramount, as many things can go wrong, from getting wet to being uncomfortable and/or even having an accident. Where to begin? An outdoor adventure specialist is always a good starting point, whether it's a Kathmandu, Paddy Pallin or a Snowgum. Gear guru Ross Joyner, from outdoor adventure specialist Kathmandu, says anyone trekking into the great outdoors must consider three basics when buying clothing keep warm, dry and safe. Ross says: "There aren't really too many gloves that can do everything, so it really comes down to what it is you're looking at doing and finding the right glove to suit that pursuit everything from an alpine ski glove that's going to give you the waterproofing, padding and insulation, to a wind stopper glove like this one. It's a windproof glove and it's not bulky it's thin and quite light, which means you retain dexterity. These gloves have the specially patterned silicone ribs to give you an immense amount of grip on smooth surfaces. But what I really love about them is the pads on the fingers they are designed so you can use it on any gadgets with touch screen technology." Footwear Kathmandu Tiber NGX Boots (RRP $399.98) Ross: "These boots are appropriate for almost anything. Not quite mountaineering but more of a bushwalking, trail walking and hiking product. Waterproofed and a particularly thick whole grain leather means they could be used at the snow and they are ideal for hiking. The outer has a solid Vibram rubber sole. The inner maintains the strength and rigidity throughout the sole that is essential for a hiking shoe, and it takes all the strain off your muscles but still gives you the flexibility where you need it. It makes it a lot more comfortable and, by the end of the day, you're a lot less tired than you would be wearing runners. So it's really suitable for wearing packs in that the full boot really does help lock in the ankle. The outer material and the upper is a whole grain leather and thick, and that, combined with the toe guard, means you can 'break trails' (old fashioned bushwalking)." Jacket Breccia Jacket (RRP $574.98) Ross: "The best way to spot a hiking jacket is by the guards (laminated shoulders) across the shoulders because when you're loading up a backpack all the time, that's the area where it wears down first. This jacket has a relatively new membrane technology called C change. In effect, they've taken what Gore Tex has developed and heightened it in that it reacts to your body temperature. So the warmer it gets, the pores open up the tiny microscopic holes in the jacket, whereas other jackets are static and don't change. The membrane is heat sensitive, so when you're really exerting yourself and producing a lot more sweat and vapour, that can escape. With a static product, you often find dampness inside the jacket through exertion or in a high humidity area. When it gets colder, those microscopic holes close up and increase the insulation. The other aspect of it is how light it is." Special offer FeelGood IQ $US47 ($A45.70) Travellers know the feeling all too well. Another night, another hotel room, another bed or an aircraft seat, or airport chair, as a bed. Jet lag. Time zone changes. Sleep disruption on a major scale. But what if you could take your good sleeping habits with you, on your smartphone or iPod? Just plug in your earphones and you are transported to a deep meditative state where quality sleep comes easily. FeelGood IQ and Sleep IQ are downloadable and proven methods to relax. We have a special offer exclusive to Escape readers: the entire FeelGood IQ program, plus the bonus of Sleep IQ, for just $US47 ($A45.70) instead of the RRP of $US134 ($A130.25). Plus you have a chance to win a five night holiday at selected Accor Hotels in the Asia Pacific.