25 finds for campers, snowsports enthusiasts, gym rats and Seahawks fans.

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Top sports and outdoors gifts for the 2018 holiday season:

K2 Secret Luv Women’s Skis

Developed and built locally, these redesigned, all-mountain skis combine speed and performance with a lively, nimble feel that makes turns more fun. For intermediate to advanced skiers. $500 at REI and k2skis.com

Brooks Glycerin 16

Take the strain out of the run — on your feet, at least — with these new, highly cushioning running shoes, designed in Seattle. A full, ultra-soft midsole cradles feet while engineered mesh fabric provides breathability and support. In men’s and women’s styles. $150 at Brooks Trailhead (Wallingford) and brooksrunning.com

Eighth Generation Eagle Pendant

An original way to show your Seahawks pride, this locally painted and laser-etched cherry wood pendant can be worn as a necklace or hung on the tree. $12 at Eighth Generation (Pike Place Market) and eighth

Rad Power Bikes RadCity Step-Thru Electric Commuter Bike

Cruise in comfort on this electric commuter bike from the Ballard-based e-bike experts. The 2018 model has a more powerful, more efficient motor, with a top speed of 20 mph. And the step-through design and swept-back handles make it fun and easy to ride. $1,699 at Rad Power Bikes (Ballard) and radpowerbikes.com; get $300 off Nov. 23–24 in store and Nov. 26 online

Cuisinart Professional Portable Gas Grill

With more and more burn bans in the summer, it can be hard to get a wood or charcoal grill going at the campsite. Instead, invest in this portable gas option that weighs just 22 pounds but has 275 square inches of cooking space and two heat zones. $200 at bedbathandbeyond.com

UCO Candlelier Candle Lantern

Take an old-school (and romantic) approach to lighting the campsite with this lantern that holds three dripless candles for a warm, battery-free glow. Spring-loaded candle holders keep the flames even, and the classic design is sure to please. $40 at REI and rei.com

Coast FL75R Rechargeable Headlamp

No more digging for batteries; this headlamp out of Portland recharges via micro USB and runs for up to 11 hours on low power. It also stands out for the ability to easily widen or tighten the beam of light by twisting the front bezel. $105 at coastportland.com

Filson x Danner Grouse Boots

A collaboration between two Pacific Northwest heritage brands, these boots are the perfect addition to your favorite hiker’s closet. Strong foot support, waterproof lining, high-traction soles and a gorgeous design that combines oil cloth and leather will make them an all-time favorite. Available in men’s and women’s sizes. $390 at Filson locations and filson.com

Helly Hansen Garibaldi Jacket

Your favorite skier or snowboarder will be set for seasons to come in this newly updated, insulated, waterproof jacket worn by the Canadian ski team. Clever venting keeps you comfortable no matter the conditions, and the company’s Life Pocket keeps cellphones from going dead in the cold. $450 at Helly Hansen (downtown) and hellyhansen.com

America the Beautiful National Parks Pass

For the friend or family member who can’t get enough of the outdoors, this pass provides unlimited admission to national parks and forests. Plus, 10 percent of sale proceeds are donated to the National Park Foundation. $80 at REI and rei.com

Parks Project Leave It Better Carabiner Mug

Emblazoned with a reminder to take care of our precious resources, this stainless steel mug also features a carabiner handle so it will never be far away. And your purchase benefits the National Park Foundation’s Open Outdoors for Kids Program. $20 at parksproject.us

Nike Seahawks Performance Hooded Long Sleeve T-Shirt

He can support the Seahawks on Blue Friday, at the gym and during games in this cozy, long-sleeve wicking tee with a shirt-tail hem and Seattle-appropriate hood. $50 at nflshop.com

Therm-A-Rest Ohm 32F/0C Sleeping Bag

If you want to be warm and cozy on camping trips all year long — but feel trapped inside traditional mummy bags — consider this locally developed bag that is rated for freezing temps while keeping a boxy head and shoulder opening. It’s ultralight, water-resistant and compresses to a compact size. $370–$390 at moosejaw.com

Pendleton x Yeti Yoga Canyonlands Mat

Rep the Pacific Northwest with this yoga mat that combines Yeti’s Portland-made yoga mats with a classic Pendleton print. Like all Yeti mats, it’s made of eco-friendly materials that are free of phthalates, latex and heavy metals. $59.50 at pendleton-usa.com

Oiselle Power On Full Zip

Chilly weather doesn’t stop the most devoted runners from pounding the pavement. Make sure she stays cozy with this locally designed zip-up jacket, made from Polartec PowerStretch material for lightweight warmth with style. $148 at Oiselle (U District) and oiselle.com

Zephyr Tokyodachi Husky Shibuya Buckle Hat

UW fans can show their support on game day (and every day) with this cap featuring the team’s mascot rendered in fierce-but-adorable cartoon style. Available in yellow and purple. $26 at University Book Store (U District) and ubookstore.com

Seattle Sports POW! Dry Bags

Gray, olive, camo? How about adding a bold pop of color to their outdoor gear? These locally designed bags are fun and practical, with welded seams and roll tops to keep gear dry on land or sea. Dry bag, backpack, cooler and tote styles available. $40–$80 at seattlesportsco.com

Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket

Northwest campers will appreciate this cozy blanket that will keep them warm once the sun goes down. Made from the same materials as sleeping bags, it’s light and warm, resists water and odors, and is machine-washable. And it gets bonus points for a range of lovely, nature-themed prints. $99–$129 at REI and rumpl.com

Silca Maratona Gear Bag 

This bag makes it easy to keep all of your race or workout gear organized, with a vented shoe compartment, a vented damp clothes compartment, internal water-bottle holsters and plenty of storage space. It can be carried as a backpack or duffel bag, and unzips to lay flat on the ground for easy access to all your gear. $180 at silca.cc

OttoLock Cinch Lock

Upgrade your bike lock to this tough, lightweight and super-cool-looking lock out of Wilsonville, Oregon. Three stainless steel bands and four layers of Kevlar make it cut-resistant, while a smash-proof zinc head holds a three-digit combination lock. $55 at REI

Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones

A simple neckband adds security to these Bluetooth-enabled headphones that stay in place, resist moisture and sound great. A unique shape helps them seal to the ear more securely and improves audio quality. $150 at bose.com

Scott Linx Goggles

Get the same top-of-the-line polycarbonate, anti-distortion lenses Scott uses in its higher-priced models in this more moderately priced pair. A range of tints, for sunny or cloudy days, and straps are available for the cushioned, anti-fog lenses. $130 at backcountry.com

Dixon Earth High Performance Golf Balls

Go greener on the greens with these biodegradable golf balls that perform as well as traditional balls — and even better than some — in independent testing. $40 for 12 at dixongolf.com

BioLite Fire Pit

Take along a better camp fire pit with this new release that uses fans to create a hyper-efficient fire that burns wood or charcoal with less smoke. You can control the fans, and thus the size of the flames, with your phone, and a mesh body lets you see the whole production. An included grill grate lets it double as a hibachi for roasting a few last marshmallows before bed. $200 at REI and biolite

MSR Evo Snowshoe Kit

Give them everything they need to embark on winter adventures with this locally made kit that includes MSR’s best-selling showshoes, made in its Sodo factory. Lightweight, high-strength poles and a carry pack with a foam pad to sit on during breaks are also included. $200 at msrgear.com