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Gear Suggestions for Hunting the West

Gear Suggestions for Hunting the West

Did you recently draw a western United States hunting tag? Whether you knew you were going to draw or not you are probably now looking for a few extra pieces of gear to throw into your kit or build a…

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Father's Day Gift Guide

Father's Day Gift Guide

Dad jokes can either make you laugh or cringe. If you have a teller of dad jokes in your life, you may be looking for a gift as rad as your dad! Check out our Father's Day Gift guide! Warning: All pun…

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Product Focus: Goshawk with Top Lid

Product Focus: Goshawk with Top Lid

The new Goshawk is a pack that I would say is “sitting nicely in the sweet spot”. It has enough capacity (4800 Cubic Inches) to stuff a week’s worth of adventure gear in while remaining small enough s…

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Faces of Seek Outside: Joe H.

Faces of Seek Outside: Joe H.

Joe at Seek Outside enjoys fly fishing, mountain biking, backpacking, hunting, photography, hiking, painting and gazing at the gorgeous Colorado night sky. No, this isn’t a dating advertisement, (alth…

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Faces of Seek Outside: Lacie Jurado

Faces of Seek Outside: Lacie Jurado

“Desert Alpinism” is a term coined by Seek Outside’s Lacie Jurado. It entails climbing desert towers in Western Colorado’s Colorado National Monument while scoping out the unique desert flora wit…

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Product Focus:  Seek Outside Brooks

Product Focus: Seek Outside Brooks

Who needs the Brooks? Hunters who want one backpack to do everything. The Brooks covers all trips from dayhunt to multi-week backpack sheep hunt, or packrafters on long unsupported expeditio…

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Nest Comparison & Overview

Nest Comparison & Overview

A nest is a fine mesh inner tent with a zippered door and a waterproof bathtub floor. All of our shelters have nests that will fit in them. Nests provide protection from crawling or flying insec…

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Fire Starting & Wood Prep

Fire Starting & Wood Prep

“Tipi’s pitched on a sandbar of an Alaskan river, it’s been raining for four days, EVERYTHING is soaked, how do I light a fire in my stove?”We get asked this and similar questions frequently, so we de…

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Winter Camping and Backpacking Tips

Winter Camping and Backpacking Tips

Winter camping and hot tenting can be an incredible time to be out. Some of the benefits of winter snow camping are that it's far easier to find solitude and you have far more travel and packing optio…

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Tipi Seam Sealing Step by Step Guide

Sealing one of our tipis or backpacking tents can be done quickly, effectively, and with little mess.Our seams are flat felled, meaning the fabric is folded over itself in a particular way before bein…

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X-Pac Backpack Fabric

X-Pac™ fabric originates from the sailcloth industry, the same industry that developed Cuben and Spinnaker, among others. The need for huge yardages of ultralight, ultrastrong, waterproof fabric…

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Backpack Updates June 2017

We aim to build the best backpacks in the world.  A result of this goal are periodic updates to our backpack lineup.  We're really excited about these changes and introductions.  They r…

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Which Frame Height is Right for Me?

The frame height you need depends on torso length and expected loads. Torso LengthUp to 30 lbs30-50 lbsOver 50 lbs15-16”24"24"24 or 26"17-19”24 or 26"26"26 or 28"20”+26"26 or 28"28"The chart above ba…

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Why We Care About Conservation

"If future generations are to remember us with gratitude rather than contempt, we must leave them something more than the miracles of technology. We must leave them a glimpse of the world as it was…

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