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Carve Designs: Carve Designs was born from a desire to offer female surfers beachwear alternatives to ill-fitting boardshorts. The brand’s aesthetic is feminine, flattering, with a hint of sexy. Shop the selection here.
Matix: Timeless styling and quality fabrics don’t mean a thing if your clothes disintegrate when you scorpion on the concrete. Matix durable fashion-forward garments welcome repeated hard spills.
Backcountry Blades: You’re no MacGyver. It’ll take more to fix your backpack than that raisin and a toothpick. Find the right tools to get any job done anywhere. Featuring Gerber, Kershaw, and more.
Haul It All: Boots? Check. Jacket? Check. iPad? Why not. Pack what you need for everyday adventure or weekend getaways with this collection of luggage, bags, and couriers. Featuring Eagle Creek, Sherpani, and more.
Men’s Fall Apparel: 90s grunge style has come and gone, but flannel is here to stay. Keep it rocking with these timeless flannels, shorts, and collared shirts from top brands like Gramicci, ExOfficio, Merrell, and more.
Women’s Fall Apparel: When the urge strikes for a post-work bike ride or for carving longboard turns in the moonlight, these versatile designs from Sherpa, Merrell, ExOfficio, and more will keep you going deep into the night.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Muir Summits the High Sierras: Did you know? On October 21st (that’s today!) the legendary naturalist and conservationist John Muir made his first successful summit of the highest peak in the continental U.S., Mount Whitney. He set out by himself from the town of Independence, and climbed into the alpine. There was no wood to build a fire, so he “danced” to keep from freezing. Instead of dancing all night, he decided to begin climbing directly up the east face for warmth in the early morning. He said his “well-seasoned legs enjoyed the 9,000 feet on his direct approach” to the rooftop of the country.