Members, check out the events we’re featuring today:
Cast Away: This collection features fly-fishing essentials including hiking rods, float tubes, waders, and more. Hesitate on this event and years from now you’ll still be telling stories about how it got away.
VAUDE Camping: When you’re out there relying only on the gear in your pack, you want to be sure it’s going to hold up to whatever stands in your way. Find peace of mind with packs, tents, and more here.
VAUDE Cycling: Headquartered in in Germany, VAUDE (pronounced “vah-day”) has set its sights on becoming Europe’s most environmentally friendly outdoor brand. This collection features cycling accessories.
I/S Eyewear: Tested and proven in the mountains of Canada, I/S cutting-edge, team-inspired, premium-quality eyewear is designed to take a beating. This collection features sunglasses at member-exclusive pricing.
Sessions: Be ‘wow’ on the pow with Sessions clothing and outwear, stylish gear designed to keep you warm and performing even in the harshest conditions. Featuring jackets, pants, gloves, and more.
OTZShoes: OTZShoes was born from the desire to incorporate today’s trend, comfort, and technology into footwear found on Ötzi, a prehistoric man discovered frozen in ice. Step back in time with this collection.
Greenlayer: Fitness meets finesse meets environmental responsibility with Greenlayer, race-inspired performance apparel that utilizes sustainable materials such as recycled polyester. Featuring tees, polos, singlets, and more.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Willing the Way: Did you know? On September 20 (that’s today!), 1519, the Portuguese navigator and explorer Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Spain in an effort to find a western sea route to the Spice Islands, modern-day Indonesia. In command of five ships and 270 men, Magellan was relentless in his pursuit. After failing to find passage along the South American coast, the crew wintered at Port St. Julian. Easter day, 1520, the Spanish captains mutinied against their Portuguese counterpart, however, Magellan quickly crushed the revolt. Persistence paid off, and on October 21, he sailed into the strait that he had been seeking. Now known as the Strait of Magellan, three of the five original ships entered the passage. The Pacific Ocean was spotted after 38 days of treacherous navigation, and Magellan wept at the view. He was the first European explorer to reach the Pacific Ocean from the Atlantic.