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GSI Outdoors: Camping brings us back to the basics, but slurping mushy oats from your hands doesn’t enhance the experience. Whether you’re going ultra-light on the PCT or laying out a gourmet spread at a State Park picnic table, GSI Outdoors takes great pride in making state-of-the-art camp kitchenware. Upgrade your kitchen with the hot mugs, stacking cutlery, spoons, and more in this collection.
Fjällräven: Like a Swedish fox hunting in the wintery Alps, Fjällräven knows a thing or two about survival. Since 1950, this Swedish company has created clothing and packs that are durable, classic, and with practical features that allow for a closer connection to nature.
Mountainsmith: Forged in the Rockies since 1979, Mountainsmith packs, bags, and storage systems are built to withstand the rigors of any expedition. Their commitment to innovation keeps them blazing ahead of the pack, and their products have been praised in many Buyers Guides for finding the balance between quality and affordability. Explore this collection to find the pack that’ll help you carry your heavy wallet.
Tecnica: When the Italian craftsman Oreste Zanatta began Tecnica footwear in 1960, he already had 30 years of experience designing performance footwear. Their commitment to quality craftsmanship and their embrace of technological advances have made Tecnica the leading producer of performance footwear in Europe. It’s not a socialist conspiracy. Discover why they dominate with this collection here.
Easton Mountain Products: Easton Mountain Products Founder Doug Easton is in the Archery Hall of Fame. His craftsmanship of wooden arrows gained him national recognition in 1922 and his arrows became tournament favorites. Today, Easton makes a variety of technically advanced products, but their hallmark remains the same – precision craftsmanship. Shop this collection of telescoping trekking poles from this traditional brand.
Teko: Teko creates carbon conscious, eco-friendly performance socks for outdoorsfolk who demand rugged footwear that leaves a light footprint. Teko products are made in the USA from organic Merino wool using non-toxic dyes and chlorine-free processing. Don’t miss this opportunity to score a pair or ten of these socks for insider pricing. The only thing you’ll be disappointed about is that you didn’t buy enough of them.
HANWAG: The world has changed since HANWAG was founded in 1921, but one thing has remained the same, mountains, and our desire to climb them. Born on the rocky crags of the Bavarian Alps, HANWAG knows what your feet need to scale the summits. Shop this collection of Men’s and Women’s GORE-TEX leather hiking boots at premium prices.
Gibbon Slacklines: Just because you string a line between some boulders then try to walk across it people say you’re imbalanced. They couldn’t be more wrong. Whether you slack between trees or rocks, over grass or the open ocean, Gibbon has the line for you. New to the sport? What are you waiting for? Today we’re offering members exclusive pricing on slacklines, instructional books, tree protectors, and slackpacks.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Grand Canyon Deserters: Did you know?
On this day August 28th (that’s today!), 1869, three men decided to abandon John Wesley Powell’s expedition to make the first descent of the Colorado River through the unknown depths of the Grand Canyon. After a fitful night’s rest listening to the roar and imagining the froth of the downstream rapids, Ormal Howland, his brother Seneca, and Bill Dunn bid farewell and proceeded to scale the canyon then trek by land to the nearest Mormon settlement, 75 miles away. Powell’s crew reached the safety of the Virgin River just two days later, while Howland’s men were never seen again. A plaque now honors the men at the site now called Separation Canyon.