Fitness wearables are a dime a dozen at this point, and here comes another one geared toward wave-seekers. Rip Curl has announced the SearchGPS surf watch. It’ll record your top speed and how far you’ve ridden, number of waves, and just how gnarly you truly are. (That last one’s a feature we suggest they add, anyway.)
It looks a tad clunky, but function trumps form for this one. And you’ll be able to sync each session back to the Rip Curl Search App on your iPhone or to its website.
SearchGPS isn’t yet available, but you can sign up to be notified.
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These are the all star fitness trackers of the year!
When shopping for a fitness tracker, you need to decide which features are most important to you and which are within your budget! Whether you're trying to hit 10,000 steps, are a triathlon pro, or a rugged adventurer, we've got you covered with the all star fitness trackers on this list.