Lee Crane

Lee Crane

Lee Crane's career in action sports spans print, TV, and digital media; his work and handsome mug have appeared in and on Fox Sports, ESPN, and Transworld Media. Lee currently publishes several action sports websites and spends way too much time riding bikes and tracking those rides with all manner of digital gadgetry. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.
Product Review

Garmin Virb XE HD Action Camera Review

How fast? How high? How far? Garmin's Virb XE captures the footage and the numbers.
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Sensoria Fitness Smart Sock Review

Wait, did I remember to charge my socks? Sensoria brings unique perks, pitfalls.
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Livall Bling cycling helmet Review

It might look like a circus on your head, but this connected bike helmet works.
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Epson Runsense SF-810 Review

Stick to printers, Epson. Your running watch deserves an Office-Space-style execution.
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BSXInsight Multi-sport Edition Review

No need for sweat or tears, this fitness wearable just wants to watch your blood.
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Garmin Fenix 3 Review

Apple what? Garmin's Fenix 3 is a smartwatch, fitness band and GPS watch in 1
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Garmin VivoActive Review

Attention athletes: Skip the smartwatch and get Garmin's brilliant Vivoactive.
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Fitbit Charge HR fitness band Review

Any bracelet can track steps, but Fitbit's Charge HR has heart (rate)
Buying Guides

Tech Gifts for the Athlete

The advent of constant digital monitoring has made “just doing it” a thing of the past for most athletes. Now, doing it without capturing the biometrics and sick video to show off on YouTube is like not doing it at all. And besides…
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Garmin fenix 2 Review

Garmin's fenix 2 is an athlete's dream, after you figure it out.
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Garmin Vivosmart Review

Garmin's Vivosmart might be all the smartwatch you need.

Slip a pair of Digitsoles in your shoes to track your steps, heat your feet

With winter approaching, Digitsoles have a proposition for step counting that’s even more appealing than a fitness band: smart footbeds that you can actually hit your feet by turning them on from a phone.