SHORTS FOR ALL YOUR ACTIVITIES!
For indoor climbing, cliff climbing or simply for everyday use, these shorts are directly declined from Looking For Wild's Technical pants: entirely made of stretch polyester threads.
Designed to work double-time, Dual Pants are a reliable workwear piece that looks good enough for day-to-day use. Comfortable, resilient stretch canvas in a straight fit wears like an old favorite and Cordura® reinforcements on the knees and seat double the durability.
This lightweight, exceptionally breathable, fast-drying, go-to polyester cap (87% recycled) is made for high-output sports with its unprecedented air permeability (40CFM). It also features a brim made of Bureo’s fully traceable NetPlus™ material which comes from 100% recycled fishing nets. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
PREMIUM REPLACEMENT LACES FOR BOOTS WITH 18 EYELETS
Putting anything other than Danner laces on a pair of Danners is like putting after-market parts on a vintage CJ - you just don't do it. Instead, rely on the quality and craftsmanship that drew you to Danner in the first place and invest in laces that won't let you down.
BUILT FOR THE CITY, READY FOR THE TRAIL.
While we wish we could spend most days on the trail, that’s often not the reality. Urban landscapes form the backdrop of many a day. The Caprine was built to bring iconic durability and performance to a form fit for life in the city. The custom Vibram outsole and Caprine name are inspired by the highest places in...
Glen Denny's book Published by Patagonia; a collection of rare black-and-white photographs of the Yosemite Valley, including intimate portraits of its big-wall pioneers during the late fifties and early sixties.
Through the words of the climbers of the time and artfully restored photographs, Yosemite in the Fifties chronicles the historic first ascents of Yosemite’s “mile-high” granite walls, the legendary personalities who risked their lives to climb them, and how their endeavors initiated the birth of adventure sports and rubbed against the cultural norm.