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Loki: From the moun­tains of Col­orado comes this out­er­wear com­pa­ny that focus­es on mak­ing func­tion­al gear that is ver­sa­tile and use­ful in a range of con­di­tions. Just as the Norse God of mis­chief that is their mas­cot, Loki is a shape-shifter, and ready to adapt to the evolv­ing needs and conditions.






YES.: YES. Makes boards to shred. They’re not look­ing to take over the world. All they’re try­ing to do is pro­vide a refresh­ing alter­na­tive that plants a pos­i­tive con­no­ta­tion in the heads of every­one who sees you bust a big air and flash the base of this board to the world. YES. The boards in this col­lec­tion will make you feel real good.






Red­ing­ton: Red­ing­ton formed among the fabled salmon waters of the Pacif­ic North­west to design qual­i­ty fly-fish­ing gear and appar­el at an afford­able cost. Their com­mit­ment to qual­i­ty rods, reels, and appar­el has earned them pres­ti­gious awards from Fly Rod & Reel, Gray’s Sport­ing Jour­nal, and Back­pack­er Mag­a­zines. Shop through to find waders, shirts, and more!






Nideck­er: Nideck­er is cel­e­brat­ed by snows­port orga­ni­za­tions and mag­a­zines the world over. One of the orig­i­nal snow­board brands, it has won numer­ous awards, includ­ing the 2010 EUROSIMA Life­time Achieve­ment Award giv­en to Hen­ry Nideck­er Sr. for his many con­tri­bu­tions to the devel­op­ment and growth of snowboarding.






MiiR: In a mar­ket sat­u­rat­ed by ubiq­ui­tous style and mediocre design, MiiR stain­less steel hydra­tion bot­tles stand out as unique. The brand cap­tures the same per­son­al­iza­tion and high design ele­ments in its appar­el, which cham­pi­ons clean water for every­one. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a col­or­ful selec­tion of MiiR water bot­tles and apparel.





Bicy­cle Times: Bicy­clists unite in their com­mon cause with Bicy­cle Times. This mag­a­zine pro­vides insid­er tips and inspi­ra­tional sto­ries for those who roll on two wheels. By focus­ing on the pave­ment rid­ing lifestyle, they can cater exclu­sive­ly to the commuter’s needs and interests.






News­stand Mag­a­zines: Step right up! Read all about it! We’ve got Pow­der, Ski, Ski­ing, Snow­board­er, and Transworld Snow­board­ing Mag­a­zines! Buy one or buy them all. We’ve got your insid­er scoop right here.






The Fly­fish Jour­nal: The only thing more excit­ing than cast­ing a fly to a feed­ing fish is wait­ing for The Fly­fish Jour­nal to land in your mail­box. Fea­tur­ing beau­ti­ful pho­tos and thought­ful fea­ture arti­cles, this trea­sure trove of fish­ing tips and trips will inspire you for more casts through­out the year.



Birth of the Great­est Moun­taineer: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 17th, (that’s today!), 1944, the great­est climber in his­to­ry, Rein­hold Mess­ner, was born. He is con­sid­ered the best for his aston­ish­ing solo ascent up a new route on Mt. Ever­est in 1980 dur­ing the mon­soon sea­son with­out using sup­ple­men­tal oxy­gen. He is rumored to scram­ble ahead of Sher­pas and wait for them while he smokes a high-ele­va­tion cig­a­rette, and he is also the first per­son to suc­cess­ful­ly sum­mit all four­teen eight-thou­sand meter peaks, but it’s not just sum­mit­ing peaks that has led to his larg­er than life rep­u­ta­tion. He has also crossed Antarc­ti­ca on skis, the Gobi desert on foot, held polit­i­cal office, and decid­ed to pur­sue moun­taineer­ing more than rock climb­ing after he had 6 toes ampu­tat­ed due to frost­bite in his suc­cess­ful, yet trag­ic climb of the Rupal Face that killed his broth­er, Gun­ther. In the down­time between his dar­ing ascents of the world’s most dan­ger­ous peaks, Mess­ner has writ­ten 63 books.