If you’re looking for a single hard shell jacket that can handle everything from winter backcountry ski tours to soggy spring time dog walks, the Odin 9 Worlds 2.0 Outdoor Shell Jacket is a great option.
GRAYL's are awesome for being on rivers and lakes whether it is whitewater or flatwater.
If you’re looking to get active in the colder months, the Rab Conduit Hoody is the perfect layer to keep you warm and dry. I’m so stoked to have this layer in my arsenal heading into the winter season
My GRAYL UltraPress is by far my new favorite piece of gear for working on the river.
The NeoAir UberLite provides a comfortable night of sleep time after time again, while remaining extremely lightweight.
The One Press system has a simplistic ease of use that puts all other water treatment companies to shame -- no more pumping/squeezing carpal tunnel inducing torture for me!
It is a super lightweight packraft that is perfect for floating high alpine lakes after a long day of hiking or backpacking. It’s great for day trips or extended backcountry missions.
Updated bars have more to them. Super filling!
The Inclines are the most versatile pair of sunglasses I’ve owned.
If you want a protein filled, durable snack to carry with you in the back country, this is a great option.