From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans
Who we are
Pioneering exploration has been in our DNA since 1936, when Suunto founder Tuomas Vohlonen invented a way to produce more accurate compasses for his orienteering adventures.
Over the years we have stood on the highest mountains and explored the deepest oceans. We have pushed limits. We have enabled people to turn their adventure dreams into reality.
But adventures aren't only about pushing one’s physical limits in far away places. The search for adventure is really a mindset that all of us share. It’s about new experiences. Big and small. It’s about just getting out there regardless of the size of the challenge.
Come join us for a life of adventure.
Finding the flow
Finding the flow
Whatever your chosen sport, flow state experiences – when we perform at our best – make all the arduous training worthwhile. In this article series we celebrate flow and explain the secrets to finding it.
Training alone won’t make you healthy and fit. You also need enough rest to recover. Learn how Suunto 3 Fitness can help you track your daily activity levels and your sleep.
Exercising with Suunto 3 Fitness is easy. Based on your personal profile and recorded exercises, the watch creates a 7-day training plan with optimal duration and intensity for each exercise to maintain, improve or boost your aerobic fitness. Read on and learn how to use adaptive training guidance.
Got a new Suunto 3 Fitness? Here’s what you’ll need to know to get started smoothly and effectively with your new watch.
Here’s what you’ll need to know when your new Suunto Spartan arrives. We want your experience to be a smooth one, so we’ve put together a couple of basic tips to help you get moving!
Use the weekly planner to help keep your training and development on track.
Flow state experiences – when we perform at our best – make all our arduous training worthwhile. In this second article in our series celebrating flow, a mental coach shares 7 tips to find the flow.
With the ninth edition of Red Bull X-Alps just around the corner – and Suunto once again a main partner – we preview the sheer audacity of the race route.
Adventurer and paragliding pro Paul Guschlbauer is preparing for his fifth appearance in Red Bull X-Alps, touted the toughest race in the world. His aim: to catch the Eagle.
Whatever your chosen sport, flow state experiences – when we perform at our best – make all the arduous training worthwhile. In this first article in our series celebrating flow, a sports psychologist explains the science of flow.
Hill repeats build your strength and improve your speed and coordination. In this article presented by TrainingPeaks coach Steven Brandes highlights the importance of high-intensity hill repeats and how to do them successfully.
Locked neck and neck in a race, these battle tactics will give you the edge over your adversaries.
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Trail running champion racing everywhere, from vast deserts, to the classic 100 milers, and across the Himalayas
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Long-distance trail runner, 3-time winner of the Transvulcania
The youngest XTERRA World Champion, multiple XTERRA and Ironman 70.3 winner who lives for adventure