Outside Magazine has named Patagonia’s Nano-Air Jacket and Hoody for their Gear of the Year award in backcountry jackets. “It’s so cozy and capable that it became our go-to piece for everything from climbing to skiing to running,” says the Outside … more
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Jeremy Tricola from Icebreaker Nature Clothing goes over some of what’s new from the company for fishing apparel that will be available in spring 2015.
The design team of Burt Avedon and Susan Colby have specialized in premium performance clothing for nearly 30 years. After working with prestigious brands including Beretta, Orvis, Eddie Bauer, Woolrich and Duluth Trading, they are turning their eye to developing … more
The Kinetic Jacket headlines the Fall 2014 lineup from Simms. “By utilizing PrimaLoft® Gold insulation across the jacket, we can assure angler warmth and comfort for all day fishing,” says Brandan Hill, Simms’ Sr. Director of Product. Read more in … more
Austin-based Howler Brothers has announced the release of their Fall 2014 Collection of outdoor apparel. The new styles are also featured in a video of the new designs being used on the water in Iceland. Read more in the press … more
Chase Heard of Howler Brothers chats about the Fall 2014 line from the company and the new outerwear pieces they are bringing to market, like the Merlin Vest and Quepos Quilted Jacket.
Cabela’s and New Zealand-based Icebreaker have partnered to create a co-branded merino wool apparel line for men and women. To be available fall 2014 exclusively at Cabela’s U.S. retail stores and on their website. Read more in the press release … more
Howler Brothers and Topo Designs have announced collaboration on limited editions packs and clothing. Read more in the press release below.
Epic journeys demand a lot from gear and clothing. This footage from the fly fishing film Tributaries by RC Cone shows off the versatility and durability of The Pescador shirt from Howler Brothers.
I owned a Patagonia wide brimmed sun hat for many, many years. It was one of my favorite hats. They’ve stopped making it and I even forget its name, but it served me well. It was packable, super durable, stayed … more