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Patagonia Introduces ‘Woolyester’ Into Clothing Line

Three years ago, Patagonia set out to make a new fleece fabric using natural fibers that didn’t take a toll on the earth. Inspired by one of Yvon’s old wool sweaters, the company wanted to create a fleece with all the properties of wool but with the added durability of a traditional synthetic. Woolyester was born. Woolyester Fleece is a lightweight layer that dries quickly, packs easily, and is soft on the skin. To make the fabric, Patagonia uses recycled wool. The wool comes from t...


New Material to Create Lighter and More Durable Bikes

In development since 2006, the Allite Super Magnesium alloy had only been authorized for use in classified defense and aerospace application…until now. Lighter and stiffer than aluminum, less expensive than carbon fiber, and with the lowest carbon footprint of any structural material, Super Magnesium can be useful for a variety of products and components within the cycling industry. Weighing 33% less than aluminum, while also being stiffer and stronger, pound for pound, Allite Super Magnesium i...


Tepui Launches Upcycle Program

Earlier this week, Tepui launched Tepui Upcycle — a program designed to minimize the brand’s impact on landfills and turn used tent materials into new adventure gear. Customers can send in old tent travel covers in exchange for a new cover with updated Tepui logo and a unique backpack or duffle crafted from the usable material in the returned travel covers. So how does the new Tepui Upcycle program work First, choose your new travel cover and type of bag you would like. Then Tepui will se...


Smith Gets Set to Release Three New Helmets

Interbike is here so get set for a raft of shiny new bike product announcements. First up — Smith and their three new helmets for road, mountain bike, and aero race. The completely re-designed Forefront 2 (pictured top) is a full coverage helmet ideal for all-mountain riders. Smith extended the Koroyd impact protection into the back of the helmet in order to fully encompass your head to buffer from injury and impact. For improved ventilation, the new helmet features 20 vents and utilizes ...


Garmin Launches New GPS Handhelds

In an effort to further bolster its growing outdoor segment, Garmin announced two new additions to their outdoor GPS handheld series last week – the GPSMAP 66s and the GPSMAP 66st. The devices bring expanded wireless connectivity, direct-to-device access to BirdsEye Satellite imagery, and a large color display. In addition to multi-GNSS support, the GPSMAP 66 series provides ABC (altimeter, barometer and compass) sensor capabilities to track your journey. The built-in altimeter provides elevati...


Helinox Brings The Outdoor Life Indoors

If you live in a tiny house, tiny apartment, or just want to rock the minimalist vibe, Helinox has a new home collection for you. Best known for their collapsible outdoor furniture, Helinox applied the same technology to a line of chairs, tables, and cots meant for everyday living. The Helinox Home Collection lets you add color and flexibility to your home decor with furniture that can be easily moved or stored out of sight to suit the occasion. Great weather outside Take advantage of the seaso...


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Patagonia Introduces ‘Woolyester’ Into Clothing Line

Three years ago, Patagonia set out to make a new fleece fabric using natural fibers that didn’t take a toll on the earth. Inspired by one of Yvon’s old wool sweaters, the company wanted to create a fleece with all the properties of wool but with the added durability of a traditional synthetic. Woolyester was born. Woolyester Fleece is a lightweight layer that dries quickly, packs easily, and is soft on the skin. To make the fabric, Patagonia uses recycled wool. The wool comes from t...


New Material to Create Lighter and More Durable Bikes

In development since 2006, the Allite Super Magnesium alloy had only been authorized for use in classified defense and aerospace application…until now. Lighter and stiffer than aluminum, less expensive than carbon fiber, and with the lowest carbon footprint of any structural material, Super Magnesium can be useful for a variety of products and components within the cycling industry. Weighing 33% less than aluminum, while also being stiffer and stronger, pound for pound, Allite Super Magnesium i...


Tepui Launches Upcycle Program

Earlier this week, Tepui launched Tepui Upcycle — a program designed to minimize the brand’s impact on landfills and turn used tent materials into new adventure gear. Customers can send in old tent travel covers in exchange for a new cover with updated Tepui logo and a unique backpack or duffle crafted from the usable material in the returned travel covers. So how does the new Tepui Upcycle program work First, choose your new travel cover and type of bag you would like. Then Tepui will se...


Smith Gets Set to Release Three New Helmets

Interbike is here so get set for a raft of shiny new bike product announcements. First up — Smith and their three new helmets for road, mountain bike, and aero race. The completely re-designed Forefront 2 (pictured top) is a full coverage helmet ideal for all-mountain riders. Smith extended the Koroyd impact protection into the back of the helmet in order to fully encompass your head to buffer from injury and impact. For improved ventilation, the new helmet features 20 vents and utilizes ...


Garmin Launches New GPS Handhelds

In an effort to further bolster its growing outdoor segment, Garmin announced two new additions to their outdoor GPS handheld series last week – the GPSMAP 66s and the GPSMAP 66st. The devices bring expanded wireless connectivity, direct-to-device access to BirdsEye Satellite imagery, and a large color display. In addition to multi-GNSS support, the GPSMAP 66 series provides ABC (altimeter, barometer and compass) sensor capabilities to track your journey. The built-in altimeter provides elevati...


Helinox Brings The Outdoor Life Indoors

If you live in a tiny house, tiny apartment, or just want to rock the minimalist vibe, Helinox has a new home collection for you. Best known for their collapsible outdoor furniture, Helinox applied the same technology to a line of chairs, tables, and cots meant for everyday living. The Helinox Home Collection lets you add color and flexibility to your home decor with furniture that can be easily moved or stored out of sight to suit the occasion. Great weather outside Take advantage of the seaso...


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