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Emu Australia: An emu is the Australian national bird and it can only walk in one direction, forward. Put one foot in front of another with the sheepskin slippers and casual boots featured in this collection.
Planetary Design: Brewing coffee in a dirty sock at camp might earn you cowboy-tough credibility, but it’s not a long-term solution. Turn a Cup O’ Joe into a culinary delight with the French press featured here.
Primus: During the Heroic Age of Arctic Exploration, two Scandinavian inventors developed a packable, soot-free stove to aid explorers in their conquests. Liberate yourself with the propane stoves featured here.
Brunton: In 1894, Brunton created a pocket compass that freed explorers from bulky equipment. See how they continue to innovate in this exclusive collection of tripods, GPS units, binoculars, and more.
Falcon Guides: That dog-eared Falcon Guide in your pack is more than a book; it’s a friend. It’s saved your butt more times than you care to admit. Get the low-down on your next adventure at member-exclusive prices.
Men’s Winter Boots: Stop dodging puddles and walking around snowdrifts: Stomp on through winter with a new pair of boots and waterproof shoes from the top brands like KEEN, Sorel, and more featured in this collection.
Women’s Winter Boots: Stomp around the soggy Olympic Peninsula or kick through deep snowdrifts in the Rockies this winter. We’re featuring rubber, leather, and GORE-TEX boots by Patagonia, KEEN, and more.
IN OTHER NEWS:
The Farthest Hour: Did you know? On October 25th (that’s today!), 1972, Eddy Merckx set the initial record for the amount of miles biked in a single hour on a bicycle. He used a drop handlebar, steel-tubed frame to bike around a velodrome in Mexico City for a grand total of 49.431km, or just under 31 miles. Merckx held his record for 12 years. He summed up the effort by saying, “It was the hardest ride of my life.”