My Trail Co is a new company from Colorado, currently selling a few packs, tents and jackets with ambitious plans to expand. MTC emanates from the ashes of Golite, a company that was one of the main catalysts for the ultralight movement in the 2000s. I personally still have and regularly use my Golite Bitterroot down jacket, Jam2 50L pack, Feather 40 degree bag (now converted to a two-person quilt), and a few other things. I am very fond of who Golite was, what they made, and how they helped many of us to lighten up.
So, it seems like it would be a no brainer to partner with a company making items that are essentially updates of the original beloved items, now under a different brand name. However, there is a bit of a darkside in that Golite went bankrupt a few years ago and left debts of more than $3 million to outdoor suppliers, manufacturers, and real estate owners. Many ULers were unhappy with how Golite went out of business. It wasn't illegal, by any means...
We want to hear what Outdoors & Ultralight jackets all of you are into. More specifically, what brands, types, and styles.
▶ What type of qualities do you look for in a jacket?
▶ Are there certain materials or designs that make most sense for you?
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We’re always looking at posts and polls for suggestions, and we take them into account when we’re looking for products to put on the site. It doesn’t mean we can secure relationships with every brand or company of course, but we do try, and it gives us a better sense of the interests of the community.
We thought the easiest way to round up and talk about what jackets everyone likes is to make a Talk Post so let us know what you think and what suggestions you might have in the discussion. Myself and the buying team will be here to take everything into consideration.
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We want to know what sunglasses all of you are into, especially as they pertain to the Outdoors & Ultralight Communities. (We will probably do a separate interest check for Sunglasses in Men’s Accessories as those would be more fashion oriented.) When it comes to sunglasses here, we want to know what suits you best for your outdoor experiences, excursions, activities, and adventures. We already source a variety of brands, types, and styles, but are always looking to stay in tune with the interests of the community.
· What do you look for in a pair of sunglasses?
· What kind of shape, features, or lenses do you prefer?
· Are there particular brands you like?
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Is anyone else interested in a drop for bikepacking bags? I'm thinking about something like the Revelate Designs Terrapin or Viscacha:
Or maybe the Bedrock Coconino:
Enough for a really lightweight setup.
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Título original: Roald Dahl’s The Witches
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Basada en el libro clásico de Roald Dahl ‘Las brujas’, la historia cuenta la aterradora, divertida e imaginativa historia de un niño de siete años que se encuentra con una congregación de brujas liderada por la Gran Bruja. A pesar de que su abuela se lo llevó a un centro turístico, llegan al mismo tiempo que ella y sus...
So it seems that keeping your feet warm during cold camping trips just became both easier and more expensive. These over-booties are designed to cover down-socks if, for example, you have to pee in the woods at 3am. I can see the convenience of using GooseFeet Gear over-booties, but what do you guys think about the expense?
So around $160 (depending on the shoe size) gets you both warmth and convenience. I guess it's worth it if you camp in the cold frequently or especially if you take expeditions in frigid regions.
But then again, maybe I'm only saying that because I haven't (yet) ruined a pair of $69 booties for a midnight run. At least it's made in the USA.