This is the 21st century. We can make (nearly) zero waste clothes out of recycled soda bottles that a company spent more than my year's salary designing. Why then would you resort to exercising in material reminiscent of the civil war? I'm talking about wool, (one of) nature's original wonder materials. Full disclosure: I <3… Continue reading Wool you or wool you not?
Sometimes you just know. You’re scrolling, thinking about other things, or you see the foot of a stranger on the sidewalk and you just KNOW – those are the next shoes I’m going to buy. I don’t think I was consciously on the hunt for a pair of low-heeled brown leather Chelsea boots when I… Continue reading Have Blundstones. Will Travel.
Bedrock Sandals I had some amazing adventures this past year, and I knew before the departure date, I would need a new pair of solid water shoes. I’d researched and checked several brands, but nothing quite featured the things I wanted while also having the traction I needed. That’s when I found Bedrock at Cumberland… Continue reading Bedrock Sandals Review
The following was written by CT Ambassador Sean Fisher, an outdoors photographer and avid camper. You can follow him on instagram @mr.bootstraps. When I was around 26, I found myself taking a road-trip about every two weeks. These would be most often solo-trips to some outdoor area here in the Cumberland Gap or Great Smoky Mountain… Continue reading “Planning is Everything, the Plan is Nothing”
As soon as I heard that running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim was a thing, I knew I had to do it. It's been on my list of goals for a while now and this year I finally made it happen. Disclaimer: Running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim is tough!… Continue reading Trip Report: Running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim