Mountain Khakis, Brunton, Princeton Tec, Grand Trunk, & More!


Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Moun­tain Khakis: Estab­lished in 2003, Moun­tain Khakis start­ed as a casu­al con­ver­sa­tion between friends at the Shady Lady Saloon in Jack­son Hole, WY. Inspired by the moun­tain lifestyle, the brand builds rugged, authen­tic, and reli­able cloth­ing for the adven­tur­er at heart. This col­lec­tion fea­tures men’s shirts and shorts at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

Brun­ton: In 1894, D.W. Brun­ton cre­at­ed the Pock­et Tran­sit: a com­pact, pre­ci­sion com­pass that freed out­doors­men from the bulky equip­ment of the time. Over a cen­tu­ry lat­er, the com­pa­ny con­tin­ues to push the bound­aries of out­door tech­nol­o­gy. Click through now for insid­er prices on Brun­ton com­pass­es, back­coun­try solar-pow­er sys­tems, and more.

Prince­ton Tec: Prince­ton Tec has been bat­tling the Dark Side of the out­doors with rev­o­lu­tion­ary illu­mi­na­tion tech­nol­o­gy since 1975. Inspired by human-pow­ered explo­ration, the brand works with adven­ture ath­letes to design the bright­est, most rugged tools for any con­di­tion. In this col­lec­tion we fea­ture head­lamps, bicy­cle lights, and more.

Grand Trunk: The recipe for adven­ture trav­el isn’t too com­pli­cat­ed: Take a pinch of curios­i­ty, a dash of grit and then shake it all up in a for­eign land. When the smoke clears, you’ll have an unfor­get­table expe­ri­ence. And, if you do it right, you’ll also be sport­ing a few things from Grand Trunk—maker of the best gear for explor­ers of the road less trav­eled. If you’re the type of per­son who prefers adven­ture trav­el to a trip to the time­share then you won’t want to miss out on this event. Throw a dart at the map and step into the unknown with Grand Trunk ham­mocks, trav­el acces­sories, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.


VámonosAmi­gos: Did you know? On August 4 (that’s today!), 1873, while pro­tect­ing a rail­road sur­vey par­ty in Mon­tana, Lieu­tenant Colonel George Arm­strong Custer and his 7th Cav­al­ry first clashed with the Sioux Indi­ans, who would ulti­mate­ly defeat the unit three years lat­er at Lit­tle Big Horn. Before the scuf­fle, the mil­i­tary escort saw lit­tle action, and Custer took the oppor­tu­ni­ty to get back to his roots as an out­doors­man. Spend­ing a major­i­ty of his time search­ing for game, he would often lead the 7th Cav­al­ry towards fer­tile hunt­ing grounds, far from the sur­vey crew they were hired to pro­tect. A savvy woods­man, one might pre­sup­pose that Custer may have fared bet­ter by leav­ing the cav­al­ry alto­geth­er, and turn­ing his pas­sion for the out­doors into a lucra­tive career as a big-game guide.