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Outdoor Retailer - What to look for

We’re over here in Salt Lake City gearing up for the Outdoor Retailer, with 3 days of oogling exceptional gear ahead of us. What gear are we most excited to see?


David -
1. Fjall Raven Gear - I haven’t had a chance to actually get my hands of Fjall’s gear until now. From what I’ve seen, I think I’ll be impressed.
2. Oluka’i Footwear - Their Kia’e trainer is going to be a great shoe. The laid back style of their gear really fits our laid back take on life.
3. Aire Inflatables - I own a few Aire boats and they’re exceptional. I’m excited to see what their new products have to offer above their proven boats.
4. Jabra Electronics - Bluetooth headphones, speakers and other wired gear makes my inner geek smile.


Billy -
1. Nemo sleeping bags - Nemo’s gear is always something interesting. They have innovative designs, quality construction, and their style is awesome.
2. Salewa footwear - Salewa’s boots are some of the best out there and the wraparound Gore-Tex membrane is something to pay attention to.
3. Camelbak hydration packs - I’ve always been happy with the Camelbak gear out on the trail. With the easy to clean opening and plenty of trail pack sizes, there really is a hydration option for any activity.
4. Black Diamond Apparel - BD has great gear, the new apparel looks grwat so far, getting hands on the new stuff will be a lot of fun.

There are a lot of other great pieces out there to see, we’ll be posting awesome OR goodness all week, so stay tuned!

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David Skinner
David Skinner
With a wife & two kids, adventure has to come close to home. It’s a good thing he lives in Northern California where a short drive in any direction will land him near the water, a trail, or a mountaintop. His passion for adventure comes from a growing up in the Trinity Alps, and a few trips to the other side of the world. With about 10 years of paddling behind him and mountains all around, he’s ready to share a fun take on what makes this world a wonderful place to explore – one adventure at a time. Contact him at [email protected]

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