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Camp Comforts: When your camping plans range from building a driftwood shelter on a Pacific Northwest beach to cooking s’mores on a star-swept mesa in the Southwest, you need a variety of gear. This collection will help you prepare to camp anywhere your wanderlust draws you. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on sleeping bags, tents, sleeping pads, and more.
Airblaster: Snowboarding with your friends is a blast. Airblaster aims to keep it that way. Founded in Portland, Oregon, the independently owned brand features technical, fun-centric, forward-thinking designs that protect you from the elements, so that your inner party-animal can shine. This collection features jackets, hoodies, sweaters, tees, and more at member-exclusive prices.
Snowboard Accessories: We know what you’re daydreaming about while lounging poolside: powder fields and pillow lines, the picture-perfect kicker, and face-shots galore. Mother Nature will rage soon enough. Stock up on what you need for when she does now with accessories from POW, Coal, Neff, and more at member-exclusive pricing.
Technical Packs: Whether you’re a top loader or a side stuffer, an external frame fiend or a roll-top junkie, a liter lugger or a minimalist, this collection includes the pack for you. Featuring technical day and multi-day packs by Gregory, Vaude, High Sierra, and more. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Little Sure Shot: Did you know? On August 13 (that’s today!), 1860, one of the greatest female sharpshooters in American history was born. At eight years old, Oakley shot a squirrel right between the eyes, taking her first shot ever. It wasn’t luck, and as she continued to hone her sharpshooting skills word of her legendary aim spread. Oakley was known for her female charm and fellow sharpshooter Frank Butler became smitten and soon the two were married. The couple began performing in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and soon became one of the most popular acts of the time. One of Oakley’s trademark tricks was to shoot a cigarette out of her husband’s mouth or a dime out of his fingers. Oakley would stay with the traveling show for more than 15 years, giving performances around the world.