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Bonfire: Shredding a rail is cool. Shredding your clothes is not. Good thing Bonfire’s clothing is “Tailored to Destroy,” built to withstand cringe-worthy ragdolls. Today we’re featuring jackets, pants, and more.
Millet Packs & Apparel: Reinhold Messner was the first man to climb to the summit of Everest without the use of an oxygen mask. One thing he didn’t leave behind was his Millet backpack! See our collection here.
C.A.M.P.: Some of us draw inspiration from gazing at the mountains. Others climb them. This collection of mountaineering gear from C.A.M.P. will outfit you to scale the summits. Shop now!
Kelty: Take your Saturday night popcorn and board games camping on a peak or in the park, with sleeping bags and packs from Kelty, the active family experts.
Zoot: By water, foot, and bike, you need serious racewear that can endure your motivation. This collection of compression shorts, tights, and more has won over triathletes for the past 25 years.
Hi-Tec: An innovator of rugged, durable footwear, Hi-Tec changed the game when they invented the lightweight hiking boot category. Today’s collection includes boots and sandals.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Deep Sea Monster Caught! Did you know? On September 30th (that’s today!), 2004, researchers from Japan’s National Science Museum captured the first images of a giant squid in its natural habitat. The researchers discovered the squids’ quarry 600 miles off the coast of Japan, deep in the cold and shadowy depths of the Pacific. Their photographs of the 16-foot squid did not lay to rest the ages of folklore dating back to the ancient Greeks about these massive ‘sea monsters.’ The scientists speculate that giant squid can grow upward of 60ft. but no one has ever discovered a specimen that large, yet.