Garmin is getting into the hiking and mountain biking game with the Garmin XS-R2 and the Garmin Edge 1000.
The Garmin XR2, the successor to the Garmin 10G and XS models, was launched on May 12.
The new Garmin XG series is aimed at the backpacker and adventurer market.
It features an improved GPS chip and an improved battery.
It also has an updated design and better hardware, with a larger footprint, new accessories and features.
The new Garmin 10, which is available on the Garmin Connect store, features the same software as the existing Garmin X models, but adds an updated hardware and firmware.
The 10 has the same size and weight as the 10G, but the new 10G is 5 inches shorter and 3 inches wider.
The price of the new Garmin 11 is $299.95.
A new, cheaper Garmin 11, priced at $229.95, is also available.
The Garmin XM, which will be the Garmin 12, is a mini-range bag for use in the backcountry.
It has a larger, 11.5-inch display, and weighs about 8 pounds.
A larger, 10.5″ display with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity is also included.
The XM is available with an 8-year warranty and a $100 shipping fee.
Garmin’s 10G packs are available for $399.99.
For a complete list of the products Garmin will offer on May 13, check out the Garmin product page.