Jöttnar is adding new styles to its small but very focused range of high-end technical products for the outdoors minded. The UK based brand has also released a new website to support this new collection. It’s not often that we talk about startup on the field of outdoor gear manufacturing. But Jöttnar seems to fit the definition… Continue reading Gear Startup Jöttnar expands range and distribution for FW15/16
Always make sure you’re one step ahead, that’s the motto of Norwegian brand Odlo. They’ve grown a lot since their debut in 1946 and now offer a wide range of technical styles for snow sports, running and biking. The newly introduced Blackcomb Evolution range of baselayers won an ISPO Gold Award in the baselayer category.… Continue reading Odlo introduces new baselayers for AW15/16, wins ISPO award
Experienced mountaineer Nori Suzuki started Teton Bros in 2007 to bring better quality mountain gear to Japan. His first product, the TB Jacket, was inspired by a trip he took to the US. Since then he and Junko Suzuki, created a full collection of high quality mountain products to address the needs of Alpinist, backcountry skiers… Continue reading Japanese brand Teton Bros to launch in the US
When it comes to backpacks, Osprey is definitely a key player. The Californian Company is back with a range of new items for backpackers and outdoor adventurers alike. For seasoned travelers, the Ozone series is Osprey’s best argument. The keyword here is lightweight, the biggest of the series (the Ozone 80) weighing only 5 lbs… Continue reading Osprey’s new travel backpacks for fall 2015
Continuing on our series of fall winter gear update, let’s have a look at Merrell’s 3 new models of shoes for trail lovers.
What’s new from the Californian brand? This year, a lot of new women’s jacket will appear on Marmot’s collections. Technical shell users might appreciate the new Speed Light Jacket, perfect for skiing thanks to its waterproof, three layer gore-tex fabric. The Geneva is a Scandinavian-styled jacket with a MemBrain blended fabric (from Nylon, cotton and… Continue reading Marmot fall/winter collection for 2015 and 2016
Rab is back with a new collection for Fall and Winter 2015, and it features a whole lot of new down jackets. The brand is bringing us a revised Neutrino jacket, as well as two brand new models: the Positron and the Electron. The Neutrino Endurance is a technical down jacket designed for lightweight ascents… Continue reading Rab’s 2015 Fall/Winter collection: a down jacket paradise
The Californian brand unveiled its new products for the winter to come. There are lots to see, especially in terms of down jackets. 4 new jackets will be joining the brand’s collection. The Quince Pro is a DWR-coated, water-resistant shell that can also be used as a mid layer. The Continuum is a must for… Continue reading The North Face: what’s new for Fall/Winter 2015?
Patagonia is back with its quality clothes. And without forgetting the PETA’s investigation regarding the wool sourcing of the company, let’s have a look at the new brand’s collection for this fall. The Snap T series is here to offer us some quality, well-designed pullovers that look like a perfect mix between tradition and modernity.… Continue reading Patagonia’s Fall collection for 2015
The Canadian brand offers a whole lot of interesting stuff for this winter, beginning with the Interstate Jacket, providing an interesting outfit for urban environments with its waterproof zippers and numerous pockets (and the interesting ability to put the hood inside the neck). In terms of ski and alpinism, the Procline series should be a… Continue reading A look at Arc’teryx fall/winter collection for 2015 and 2016