Clean Hiking: Granite Gear Seeks 25 Garbage-Collecting Trekkers

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The ‘Grounds Keepers’ program seeks 25 individuals to clean trash along major section hikes and popular public areas in 2018. If the Packing It Out initiative has taught us anything, it’s that America has dirty trails. Launched in 2015, two hikers dedicated themselves to cleaning the length of the Appalachian Trail, then the Pacific Crest … Continue reading Clean Hiking: Granite Gear Seeks 25 Garbage-Collecting Trekkers

You Can Read 8 Essential Pieces of Gear for Winter Hiking

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The following blog post 8 Essential Pieces of Gear for Winter Hiking was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon December 13, 2017 at 03:56PM Sunshine and snow, frigid temps and icy trails, those never-ending patches of mud … Winter certainly isn’t the easiest time for hiking adventures on mountain trails, but with a little help … Continue reading You Can Read 8 Essential Pieces of Gear for Winter Hiking

Special Buff Designs Benefit Red Cross Relief Efforts

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The [As One] line honors U.S. communities devastated by natural disasters this year. The Buff [As One] collection (left to right): Sonoma County, Calif.; Houston, Texas; Florida Keys; and Puerto Rico Hurricanes and wildfires have dominated headlines and wrought destruction across the U.S. and its territories this year. As this month’s wildfires raged across southern … Continue reading Special Buff Designs Benefit Red Cross Relief Efforts

Grant Offers Splitboarders Gear, Cash To Ride

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Interested in backcountry snowboarding but can’t afford the gear? Jones Snowboards and the American Alpine Club offer two new grants for amateurs only. Splitboards, avalanche gear, skins, and travel costs: Backcountry touring is expensive. One grant from Jones Snowboards and the American Alpine Club hopes to change that for two lucky adventurers. New this year, … Continue reading Grant Offers Splitboarders Gear, Cash To Ride

You Can Read Lems: Minimalist Footwear

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The following blog post Lems: Minimalist Footwear was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon December 13, 2017 at 11:42AM After studying landscape design at Purdue University and competing as a decathlete, Andrew Rademacher, owner/founder of Lems, began working at a local footwear store to learn the ropes of shoe fitting and gait analysis. He became so infatuated … Continue reading You Can Read Lems: Minimalist Footwear

You Can Read Lems: Minimalist Footwear

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The following blog post Lems: Minimalist Footwear was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon December 13, 2017 at 11:42AM After studying landscape design at Purdue University and competing as a decathlete, Andrew Rademacher, owner/founder of Lems, began working at a local footwear store to learn the ropes of shoe fitting and gait analysis. He became so infatuated … Continue reading You Can Read Lems: Minimalist Footwear