One century ago this month, on December 24, 1914, America’s greatest pioneering naturalist died in Los Angeles at age 76. John Muir was a true Renaissance man – a botanist, geologist, engineer, inventor, rancher, explorer, ecological thinker, and writer whose … Continue reading
Promising to be the brightest, best-dressed U.S. Snowshoe Association National Team yet, Choucas (“shoo kah”) tips their whimsical, colorful hats to honor the sport of snowshoeing.
With their status now as the official headwear for this élite group of 22 … Continue reading
We all scream for practical, functional, colorful winter head fashion no matter what part of the world we play in. From the Swiss Alps to Mongolia and even Uzbekistan – cold countries across the map rely on Screamer Hats for … Continue reading