December 1

Your Pack Just Got Better with Custom, Exclusive N100D Robic Camo Jacquard Fabric

By now, you’ve probably seen the hype over our two new releases, the brand new Drifter Daypack and the Limited Edition Camo Kumo 36. What you might not know quite as much about is just how impressive the robic camo jacquard fabric is that we’ve used to design them. Read on to learn more about … Continue reading “Your Pack Just Got Better with Custom, Exclusive N100D Robic Camo Jacquard Fabric”

November 21

Wild Wilderness Women Building Community and Healing in the North Cascades

By: Mia Zavalij It’s our last night in the North Cascades. Our campfire circle offers the perfect backdrop for soaking in the last few moments of the Wild Wilderness Women annual Babes Off the Beaten Path adventure. Amongst the fire, there are 20 pairs of glistening eyes: Women who have just met, leaning against each … Continue reading “Wild Wilderness Women Building Community and Healing in the North Cascades”

November 16

Gossamer Gear Silverback 55 is Back—and Better than Ever!

To introduce you to the updated Gossamer Gear Silverback 55, let’s start with some scenarios. You’ve decided to spend your long weekend exploring that backpacking trail you’ve heard about in the rugged Montana wilderness. It’s rarely traveled, which appeals to you, but you also know it’s going to require a bit of bushwhacking to make … Continue reading “Gossamer Gear Silverback 55 is Back—and Better than Ever!”

November 9

Climbing the 600 Highest Peaks in the Adirondacks

By: Erik Schlimmer Peakbagging can be addictive—even in the Adirondack Mountains, a range choked with cliffs, swamps, rivers, and dense forests. Like more traditional addicts, I began with the soft stuff. In my case, that was climbing the 40 summits above 4,000 feet. Then, I climbed the 100 highest peaks. Then, the 217 peaks above 3,000 … Continue reading “Climbing the 600 Highest Peaks in the Adirondacks”

November 6

Vote the Outdoors: How Toxic Algae is Shaping Politics in Florida

Written By: Korrin L. Bishop // Photos By: Kris Laurie Born and raised on Sanibel Island, Sharon Michie, owner of the boutique vacation rental company, Cottages to Castles, has spent 50 years along the coastal waters of southwest Florida. In those years, she has been lucky enough—just once—to experience the magic of a loggerhead turtle … Continue reading “Vote the Outdoors: How Toxic Algae is Shaping Politics in Florida”

October 25

Best Appalachian Trail Section Hiking, According to the Experts

The Appalachian Trail is a National Scenic Trail in the eastern United States that runs about 2,000 miles from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine. It’s a huge undertaking that has changed the lives of many of its hikers. However, doing a full thru-hike isn’t for everyone. That’s why we’re bringing you … Continue reading “Best Appalachian Trail Section Hiking, According to the Experts”