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Wilder & Sons: Giving back to the National Parks never felt so good. These heathered cotton tees feature iconic images of our nations amazing landscape. We’ll donate 15% of the proceeds to the park you chose.
Sperry Footwear: In 1935, while watching his dog run nimbly over some ice, Paul Sperry was inspired to create boating footwear with better traction. He pulled out a penknife and cut some slits into the outsole of a rubber sneaker. It worked! Built to grip slippery rocks and sailboat decks, these technologically advanced descendants of his creation are designed to provide traction during the burliest ocean and river adventures.
Sperry Apparel: In 1935, while watching his dog run nimbly over some ice, Paul Sperry was inspired to create boating footwear with better traction. He pulled out a penknife and cut some slits into the outsole of a rubber sneaker. It worked! Built to grip slippery rocks and sailboat decks, these technologically advanced descendants of his creation are designed to provide traction during the burliest ocean and river adventures.
Swany: Don’t get caught red-handed in the lodge on a powder day. Reach for Swany gloves to experience the brand’s commitment to warmth and durability. This collection features their Eco line that demonstrates that a quality product is one with an infinite lifespan. They are made with recycled materials and can be recycled once you’re ready for another pair.
Atlantis: Atlantis WeatherGear produces performance apparel for all of the things active people do on and around the water. Their designs are inspired by decades of sailing experience and close collaboration with some of the best sailors in the world, including the US Sailing Team for whom Atlantis is the Official Apparel Provider and a proud Gold Partner. Click through now to shop our collection of Atlantis WeatherGear bibs, vests, smocks, and more.
C.A.M.P.: Some of us draw inspiration from gazing at the mountains. Others climb them. This collection of mountaineer gear from C.A.M.P. will outfit you to scale the summits. C.A.M.P. began manufacturing mountaineering equipment in the Italian Alps in 1889. Their deep history in making technical gear has evolved, and at times, even advanced the sport of mountaineering. Now they are making some of the most advanced, lightweight gear and apparel in the industry while remaining true to their roots in their original factory high in the Alps.
Men’s Mountain Tough: When hellacious storms rip through the high country, you need protection. Find it here with these waterproof jackets, pants, and down hoodies by Fjällräven, Mountain Hardwear, and more!
Women’s Alpine Style: Don’t be caught in the alpine unprepared. With the weatherproof outerwear and fleece in this collection by Sierra Designs, Mammut, and more you can bring the shelter with you wherever you go.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Canyonlands Designated: Did you know?
On September 12th (that’s today!), 1964, Congress designated Canyonlands National Park. Nearly half a million people visit the park each year, but only 3% of the tourists ever make it to The Maze district. It is one of the most inaccessible locations in the continental U.S. The famous author and desert conservationist Edward Abbey describes it as, “The most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth – there is nothing else like it anywhere.”