It’s eight degrees in the Colorado Rockies backcountry. The sun is nowhere to be found, nor is there an indication whether it’s noon or midnight. A sky full of haunting gray clouds stare down as the wind bellows through the … Continue reading
For anyone who had Nobis pinned as an outdoor sporting apparel company, you’re in for a treat. Turns out Nobis’ talents extend beyond technical gear and seamlessly transition into the fashion world.
From a wide variety of accessories, headwear and … Continue reading
The new Nobis Spring/Summer 2014 collection is another homerun. Despite having only a few styles, they’re the right ones to get you through the warmer seasons in style.
I tried the Nobis Ella and absolutely loved it. It’s the perfect … Continue reading
Sorel is a household name in seasonal regions with good reason: They’ve mastered the art of cold-weather footwear. Amongst their vast portfolio of award-winning products, the Tofino and Joan of Arctic (JOA) boot are largely responsible for Sorel’s … Continue reading
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast who’s foreign to KEEN, it’s imperative you stop and read this article.
KEEN caters to those who live the “HybridLife.” By their definition, this encompasses those who like to play anywhere without a ceiling while … Continue reading
“Embracing the conviction that trends may come and go, but style, function and quality, will remain forever timeless.”
Nobis certainly stayed true to their company philosophy with the Nobis Meredith outwear jacket for women. Categorized by Nobis as a “Ladies … Continue reading
Nobis may not be the largest competitor in the market, but it has some big game in designing sophisticated cold-weather gear. The Meego is no exception, staying true to Nobis’ superior form.
This vest is not only chic, but also … Continue reading
Great news, you’ll never have to snowshoe alone again. Well, at least technically speaking.
iNeverSolo is a mobile site intended to be your wingman on any excursion. Simply enter your trip details and the people you want to be notified … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of The Climb
The Climb, as its name might suggest, is no ordinary shuttle. While finding a suitable bus route is luxury to many, the rural population is often left to fend for themselves traveling to and from … Continue reading