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Oakley Radar Pace Review: Wearable Fitness Tech without Distraction

The Oakley Radar Pace is unlike anything I’ve ever used or seen before. Being a triathlete, I love numbers. I continuously look down at my Garmin to check my distance, speed, and splits. I’d spend the…
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