2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Health and Fitness

2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Health and Fitness
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Editor’s Note: This article by Kristin Davis appeared as part of the 2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide in the November 2021 issue of Military Officer, a magazine available to all MOAA Premium and Life members. Learn more about the magazine here; learn more about joining MOAA here.

 

Give the gift of hydration, safety, and comfort with this fitness gear. Here’s a bit more about the items pictured above (clockwise, from left):

 

Liberty Reusable Water Bottle

These aluminum water bottles come in more than four dozen colors and patterns, including several patriotic prints. What we love the most is that they’re made in the U.S. using sustainable manufacturing.

 

Cost: From $19

 

Where to buy: libertybottles.com

 

Road iD

Created by outdoor enthusiasts, these wrist ID bracelets are a must for runners and other athletes who spend a lot of time outside. They are light and comfortable, and engraving is guaranteed for life. Also comes in form-fitted IDs for Apple watches, Garmin, and Fitbit. The company offers a discount for verified military and first responders.

 

Cost: From $24.99

 

Where to buy: roadid.com

 

Yoga Socks

For the yoga, Pilates, and barre lovers in your life. With patented, anti-slip technology, air cooling fabric, and toe holes, these socks are comfortable and stretchy and keep you from sliding. Available in six colors.

 

Cost: $24

 

Where to buy: ondo.com

 

SmartRope Pure

Jumping rope goes high tech with this new fitness device. View your jump count, calories burned, time jumped, and fitness progress with this jump rope that syncs to a free smart gym mobile app. Displays count up to four digits. Two sets of ball bearings in each handle make for a smooth, natural motion. Adjustable for height and jump stance.

 

Cost: $80

 

Where to buy: bandier.com

 

Return to the 2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide.

 

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