Ski, board, bike, hike - or float - at altitude?
In the mountains, altitude can
literally take your breath away.
Feeling the altitude?
Take a deep breath of Oxygen.
Pure recreational oxygen helps elevate your mountaintop experience in a safe, healthy
way when you're at, or adjusting to, higher elevation.
to see the before and after affects when you are at altitude.
Whether you're skiing, snowboarding, biking, hiking or floating at
altitude, breathing oxygen - at the beginning, middle and end of your day - immediately helps offset the negative effects of altitude, so you feel more like you again.
Sports and outdoor enthusiasts use the compact, oxygen-packed on-the-go boost to maximize their journey into thinner
Recreational Oxygen: Pocket-size or portable recreational oxygen helps:
- Reduce the effects of altitude, including feeling tired and short of breath
- Restore mental clarity and alertness at elevation
- Optimize athletic performance at higher altitudes
- Speed up muscle recovery, and reduce soreness,
after skiing, hiking or biking
When your body is adjusting to a higher elevation without the proper concentration of oxygen, you may experience mental fogginess,
tiredness, shortness of breath during exertion or even difficulty catching your breath when you're at rest.
Whether you need oxygen for high-altitude
hiking or want to make the most out of your next big ski trip, including Oxygen on your packing list can help you make it to the top.
Get a big-time boost with bottled
oxygen for climbing, biking, skiing and snowboarding - especially when you're at 3,000 feet and beyond.
How Much Oxygen to Breathe at High Elevations
Whatever your reason for traveling to the top of the world, Oxygen is here to help you make the most of your adventure.
Here's a general guide to help you know how many deep breaths of pure recreational oxygen you may need during various high-elevation activities:
at 3,000+ feet - 50+ breaths daily, as needed
- Hiking and Biking at 3,000+ feet - 100 breaths daily, as needed
- Hiking and Biking above 5,000+ feet (Machu Picchu or Pike's Peak)- 5+ breaths every 20 minutes, as needed
- USE A O-Meter to instantly
check your Oxygen levels! Breathe as needed.
People with any type of health or medical condition should consult their physician prior to the use of recreational oxygen
Anyone experiencing altitude sickness should seek immediate medical assistance.
ALL Recreational Oxygen products are intended for recreational, intermittent use only, not to be used as medical or life-saving products.
Prolonged use is defined
as uninterrupted intake for more than eight hours. O2 is designed for healthy, active people who want a quick oxygen supplement - at elevation and beyond. Give yourself a lift with Oxygen .