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Track your training, and your whereabouts, with these high-tech adventure watches

NIKE TRIAX FURY 100
$90; www.nike.com

The Fury 100 features a unique S-shaped design for easy fit and enhanced readability while you're training. The ventilated strap and intuitive buttons make it ideal for running. Target times will help competitive runners set goal splits, while the 100-lap chronographer is perfect for keeping pace.

CASIO G-RESCUE GULFMAN
$130; www.gshock.com

Casio's G-Shock watches are built with shock-resistant construction designed to endure the toughest environments and activities. The Gulfman combines shock-resistant design with a rust-and-corrosion-resistant casing and a comfortable, durable band. With its vivid search-and-rescue orange coloring, it looks damn cool, too.

TIMEX EXPEDITION E-TIDE TEMP COMPASS
$170; www.timex.com

For the outdoorsman who takes on land and sea, this watch features an electronic compass and a tide tracker, as well as a temperature sensor for air and water. With the push of a button, the fourth hand shifts modes to show true north, the current temp and hours until the next tide.

FREESTYLE NOMAD
$160; www.freestyleusa.com

No features were spared in this multisport watch. It packs an altimeter, barometer, compass, stopwatch/timer with split screen, and thermometer. The night-vision backlight is handy, and it's available in a few fresh color options that'll look just as good in the club as they do wandering the woods.

GARMIN FORERUNNER 405
$300; www.garmin.com

This GPS-enabled sports watch tracks your running workouts and wirelessly transmits the data to your PC. The 405 can monitor your time, pace, distance, heart rate, and calories burned so you can see your progress and develop a customized training program. Download preset courses and test yourself against your personal best, or race Garmin's Virtual Partner.

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