RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT, INC (REI) We have teamed up with Recreational Equipment, Inc., because they love helping our audience get outside and play. Plus they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so if you're not happy with the gear you bought, you can return it to the store and get a full refund. We have a special affiliate link, so please click on the link below to get redirected to REI with our referral code. Just to be candid, any purchases you make through the like with help the 52 Hike Challenge fund the challenge so that we can reach more people and change more lives. Thank you in advance for your support!
AETHER (pronounced “ē-ther”) was started with the idea of creating technical pieces that focus on where form meets function—performance outerwear for a fashion-minded clientele.
AETHER makes men's and women's technical clothing with a modern aesthetic, defined by flattering fits, clean lines, classic silhouettes and serious functionality.
AETHER has store locations in Aspen, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco.
We are excited to work with Free People for the #FPLETSMOVE campaign. Check out their website and movement clothing line at www.freepeople.com
Cairn - Because getting home is mandatory
Cairn™ is an adventure safety iPhone App for the connected outdoor enthusiast. Cairn helps you find cell coverage in the wilderness. Want to know how the Cairn app works? Check out this short video that team member Graham Zimmerman created. Want to get a special invite to become a beta tester? Simply email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently we are beta testers and have to say it's pretty good, so check it out and sign up to be a tester too!
Wear it as a: bandana, wristband, head wrap, scarf, face mask, skull cap, hair band, scrunchie, rally towel and much more. It keeps you warm in the cold and cool in the heat. Best of all, it has a UV Booster to add 30+ UPF!
is Southern California’s oldest and most-read hiking blog. It provides free trail write-ups and detailed information on hundreds of trails for Los Angeles, Southern California, and beyond. Better than any hiking guide, these write-ups give you directions to the trailhead, photos and videos of the trails, GPX files for your GPS device, and Google Earth files so you can do some at-home 3D reconnaissance before you make your way to the trailhead. Modern Hiker also highlights gear reviews, narrative outdoor writing, volunteer opportunities, and relevant news