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Patagonia Footwear: Patagonia is proof that quality outdoor gear can be built sustainably. The progressive brand applies the lessons it’s learned in over 40 years of making outdoor clothing to create premium performance and casual shoes that leave a light environmental footprint.
2XU: 2XU is fast becoming the most technical performance sports brand on the planet. Worn by multiple world champions, endorsed by sports institutions the world over, and praised by professional athletes from all disciplines, 2XU understands what is needed to be the best. Today’s collection includes compression tops and bottoms and more.
Blurr: Make room in your closet because Lexi apparel won’t feel at home in your gear drawer. Impeccably stylish and ultimately flattering, this premium athletic wear is designed for climbers who demand performance gear that looks good enough to wear every day.
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.
Men’s Footwear: Why just walk like a man when you could be running, hiking, and shufflin’ down the beach like one too? Let your feet feel like a couple of sublime man-scape paintings with a new pair of premium kicks from this collection of top brands.
Women’s Footwear: Those boots were made for walking. And that’s just what they’ll do. Which is why you need some trail runners too. And maybe some sandals. Find it all at insider pricing in this collection of Women’s footwear by premium brands.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Summer Camping, Caddis, Solstice Sale Feat. Gear & Men’s & Women’s Footwear & Apparel, Jacob Bromwell, Wilderness Press, Trail Ready, Shorts & Tees, & FREE SHIPPING if you buy a Clymb Tee.
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Lumens: Did you know? Today we’re featuring Princeton Tec, a premium lighting technology brand known for its phenomenal headlamps. When shopping for a headlamp, you’ll notice that the specs list will typically include the number of lumens the product boasts. A lumen is a measure of light output. It suggests the overall brightness capability of the headlamp at its base. Just because a headlamp is the brightest doesn’t always mean it’s the best though. How far the beam travels and how fast all that juice will drain your batteries are also factors to consider. These are typically listed on specs sheets as beam distance (listed in meters) and watts, respectively.