Fresh from the Austrian Alps, Komperdell is announcing an addition to its range of trekking poles with the Wild Rambler. A sturdy and easy-on-the-wallet option for hikers.
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With no less than 11 new products, British mountain brand Jöttnar is expanding significantly this winter. A notable addition is their new Waterproof-breathable membrane, developed in-house.
Back in December, when inov-8 first announced it, we were very curious about what was “the future of sports shoes”. And now finally we can pre-order the G-SERIES shoes, 3 models all with graphene-infused rubber soles.
Organic Basics is releasing a new collection of men’s underwear, t-shirts, and long sleeves called SilverTech 2.0. It is the follow-up to a very successful campaign they ran two years ago and apparently it’s even greener.
Up, over and down. The three phases of the mountain described by the Merrell design team when the created the MQM collection. Designed from the ground-up, MQMs are hybrid shoes to move fast while retaining…
Polartec has been using the Alpha synthetic fill for years now but this winter it will be all about the Direct, a variant of the Alpha that doesn’t need a face or liner fabric.
In a press release published yesterday, VF Corporation announced they have reached a definitive purchase agreement with Icebreaker, to be completed in early 2018.
Mammut’s Eiger Extreme is their top-of-the-line collection. Every piece is created with performance in mind with a clear target: alpine mountain sports. This Fall/Winter it has been completely redesigned, working closely with the Mammut Pro team…
Hot on its recent rebranding, Sprayway is adding two new pieces for cold weather. The Aldan and Nuna vests, for men and women respectively, feature great specs at affordable prices.
Clementine, Pomegranate, Woodsman, Aubergine, Cerulean, Melon Ball and Olive. Those are the new colours Nalgene is going to launch this Autumn.
Eddie Bauer announced in a press release today the introduction of the new EverTherm Down jacket, first featuring the THINDOWN technology.
The new Carbon TrailSticks from Komperdell is a z-type pole for fast paces activities like trail-running and trekking.