GoLite Footwear, Seattle Sports Paddling Accessories, Brenthaven, SockGuy, & More

 

GoLite

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

GoLite Footwear: Design­ers at GoLite Footwear believe that out­door footwear should com­ple­ment the design of the entire human body, allow­ing it to move the way nature intend­ed. Their footwear is built to deliv­er the best in ver­sa­til­i­ty, dura­bil­i­ty, com­fort, and aes­thet­ics. Click through now to shop a vari­ety of styles, includ­ing canyoneer­ing, approach, and more.

Seat­tle Sports: Seat­tle Sports hand-selects the high­est qual­i­ty mate­ri­als to pro­duce light­weight, rugged per­for­mance acces­sories. Its founders were the first to com­mer­cial­ly man­u­fac­ture dry bags, and the first to intro­duce round bot­tom welds instead of glued seams. They were the first to make dry bags out of light­weight vinyl instead of Hypalon. And the com­pa­ny pio­neered radio-fre­quen­cy seam weld­ing of dry bags, a pre­mi­um water­proof­ing tech­nique in which radio fre­quen­cy waves are shot through mate­ri­als to elec­tron­i­cal­ly excite mol­e­cules and sub­se­quent­ly bond the mate­ri­als togeth­er. We hope you enjoy our col­lec­tion of inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts by this game-chang­ing brand.

Sock­Guy: The bril­liant minds behind Sock­Guy have dis­cov­ered the per­fect recipe for fun and func­tion­al footwear: Take two feet, cov­er with equal parts per­for­mance and com­fort, sprin­kle lib­er­al­ly with awe­some­ness. Pre­mi­um socks have nev­er looked so good! Click through now to check out socks so fresh you’ll turn heads.

Bren­thaven: Bren­thaven got its start build­ing wilder­ness packs for explor­ers who would be fac­ing extreme con­di­tions. Today, the brand draws from its exper­tise to design rugged pro­tec­tive cas­es for mobile tech­nol­o­gy. Their prod­ucts are spe­cial­ly craft­ed to sur­vive the rig­ors of your active dig­i­tal lifestyle. This col­lec­tion fea­tures lap­top packs and mes­sen­ger bags.

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IN OTHER NEWS:

A Brief His­to­ry of Dry Bags: Did you know? In the late 1970s, pad­dlers were stuck using Viet­nam-era mil­i­tary sur­plus dry bags made from heavy Hypalon mate­r­i­al. These beast­ly bags did the trick, but the glued seams were prone to leak­ing. Then Seat­tle Sports came on the scene in 1983 and changed the dry bag game for­ev­er. The com­pa­ny’s founders were the first to com­mer­cial­ly man­u­fac­ture dry bags, and the first to intro­duce round bot­tom welds instead of glued seams. They were the first to make dry bags out of light­weight vinyl instead of Hypalon. And the com­pa­ny pio­neered radio-fre­quen­cy seam weld­ing of dry bags, a pre­mi­um water­proof­ing tech­nique in which radio fre­quen­cy waves are shot through mate­ri­als to elec­tron­i­cal­ly excite mol­e­cules and sub­se­quent­ly bond the mate­ri­als togeth­er. Be sure to check out our col­lec­tion of dry bags and oth­er pad­dling acces­sories by the vision­ary brand.