October 2012 Wilderness Supply E-Newsletter


Image 10Win a $250 Fall Hiking Package on our Facebook page!

No need to pack things in just because the weather's cooling down - enter to win this fall hiking package worth over $250 on our facebook page, and keep moving for months to come!

You could win:

  • Asolo Ultralight 40 Backpack - $90
  • Leki Cristallo AS extendable antishock trekking poles - $80
  • Patagonia Logo T - $45
  • Ryders 'Certified' Adjustable Sunglasses - $44.95

Enter to win now!


New The North Face Fall and Winter Apparel Online

 

New fall apparel from The North Face, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear and Smartwool is coming in every week to our stores!  Stop by to take a look, or do some window shopping online first.  Grab warm socks, sweaters, baselayer and winter jackets before the snow falls.

 

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Featured Product

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Black Diamond Digital Liner Gl ...

Black Diamond Digital Liner Glove

Perfect for technophiles, whether you're switching songs while riding the ski lift or texting while waiting for the bus!  The ultralight gore windstopper liner helps keep your hands warm in cold temperatures, while conductive thumb and finger tips allow touch screen functionality.  Use your smartphone or MP3 player all winter without freezing your fingers.


Image 1Falling in Love with the Great Outdoors

 

When did you first fall in love with the great outdoors?  Josh tells us his story of "Where it All Began" with a 28-day Boulder Outdoor Survival School course


"I sat at my desk in mid-February trying to figure out what I should do. I had graduated high school and spent a year working and saving money. Now my intended summer plans had fallen through, and I wanted an adventure."



Read the full story...

 

 

 


 

Tim's Tip of the Month:

"As October nights cool off remember to slightly zip open the vestibule of your tent. Some cool air may come in, but it will help with venting out the moisture from your breath (or as some call it lung juice!) and keep you drier as the dewpoint drops. "