Woolrich, Backcountry Magazine, High Sierra, Performance Socks, Baselayers & More

Mem­bers, click through below for exclu­sive pric­ing on today’s fea­tured brands:

Wool­rich: Wool­rich has been around since before rail­roads were the hip way to trav­el. Lay some tracks of your own with a new pair of slip­pers from a com­pa­ny with a history.

 

 

 

 

Back­coun­try Mag­a­zine: Back­coun­try Mag­a­zine sets the ski indus­try stan­dard with their Edi­tors’ Choice Awards that high­t­lights the lastest and great­est gear. Sat­is­fy your gear lust with an annu­al sub­scrip­tion here. 

 

High Sier­ra: The offi­cial sup­pli­er of bags and lug­gage to the U.S. Ski and Snow­board Team, High Sier­ra cre­ates rugged, user-friend­ly adven­ture trav­el gear. This col­lec­tion fea­tures duf­fels, tech­ni­cal packs, & more.

 

Wool & Syn­thet­ic Socks: You’ve reached camp, and qual­i­ty socks make the dif­fer­ence between enjoy­ing the sun­set or pop­ping a blis­ter. Treat your feet with socks from Teko, Salomon, and more in this collection.

 

Tech­ni­cal Lay­ers: Base­lay­ers & Mid­lay­ers: Ask mob boss Don Cor­leone: You need to trust those clos­est to you. That means the base­lay­ers against your skin, and the mid­lay­ers pro­vid­ing warmth. Find your allies-on-the-inside here.

 

Tech­ni­cal Lay­ers: Fleeces & Soft­shells: Split­ting wood in the back­yard or bag­ging a peak in the San Juans, fleeces and soft­shells are indis­pen­si­ble out­door lay­ers. Out­fit your­self for your life outside.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Cook Drops Anchor: Did you know? On Octo­ber 3rd (that’s today!), 1778, Cap­tain James Cook dropped anchor just off­shore from the cur­rent city of Anchor­age, Alas­ka. While in the inlet he met with Russ­ian fur traders to learn more about the Alaskan coast­line, which had nev­er been exten­sive­ly doc­u­ment­ed. Cook was search­ing for the North­west Pas­sage, but he did not find it; instead, in his ship the HMS Res­o­lu­tion, Cook mapped the entire Alaskan coast­line up to the Bering Strait. The loca­tion of his anchor­age is now called Cook Inlet in hon­or of one of the great­est naval explor­ers of all time.