Caddis, March Brown, VAUDE, I/S Eyewear, Sessions, OTZShoes, & Greenlayer

Mem­bers, check out the events we’re fea­tur­ing today:

 

 

 

 

Cast Away: This col­lec­tion fea­tures fly-fish­ing essen­tials includ­ing hik­ing rods, float tubes, waders, and more. Hes­i­tate on this event and years from now you’ll still be telling sto­ries about how it got away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VAUDE Camp­ing: When you’re out there rely­ing only on the gear in your pack, you want to be sure it’s going to hold up to what­ev­er stands in your way. Find peace of mind with packs, tents, and more here.

VAUDE Cycling: Head­quar­tered in in Ger­many, VAUDE (pro­nounced “vah-day”) has set its sights on becom­ing Europe’s most envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly out­door brand. This col­lec­tion fea­tures cycling accessories.

 

 

 

 

 

I/S Eye­wear: Test­ed and proven in the moun­tains of Cana­da, I/S cut­ting-edge, team-inspired, pre­mi­um-qual­i­ty eye­wear is designed to take a beat­ing. This col­lec­tion fea­tures sun­glass­es at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ses­sions: Be ‘wow’ on the pow with Ses­sions cloth­ing and out­wear, styl­ish gear designed to keep you warm and per­form­ing even in the harsh­est con­di­tions. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets, pants, gloves, and more.

 

 

 

 

 

OTZShoes: OTZShoes was born from the desire to incor­po­rate today’s trend, com­fort, and tech­nol­o­gy into footwear found on Ötzi, a pre­his­toric man dis­cov­ered frozen in ice. Step back in time with this collection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green­lay­er: Fit­ness meets finesse meets envi­ron­men­tal respon­si­bil­i­ty with Green­lay­er, race-inspired per­for­mance appar­el that uti­lizes sus­tain­able mate­ri­als such as recy­cled poly­ester. Fea­tur­ing tees, polos, sin­glets, and more.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Will­ing the Way: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 20 (that’s today!), 1519, the Por­tuguese nav­i­ga­tor and explor­er Fer­di­nand Mag­el­lan set sail from Spain in an effort to find a west­ern sea route to the Spice Islands, mod­ern-day Indone­sia. In com­mand of five ships and 270 men, Mag­el­lan was relent­less in his pur­suit. After fail­ing to find pas­sage along the South Amer­i­can coast, the crew win­tered at Port St. Julian. East­er day, 1520, the Span­ish cap­tains mutinied against their Por­tuguese coun­ter­part, how­ev­er, Mag­el­lan quick­ly crushed the revolt. Per­sis­tence paid off, and on Octo­ber 21, he sailed into the strait that he had been seek­ing. Now known as the Strait of Mag­el­lan, three of the five orig­i­nal ships entered the pas­sage. The Pacif­ic Ocean was spot­ted after 38 days of treach­er­ous nav­i­ga­tion, and Mag­el­lan wept at the view. He was the first Euro­pean explor­er to reach the Pacif­ic Ocean from the Atlantic.