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Rising Gear: Hardside Backpack, Coors Jacket and Extra | 2021-01-07

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Eagle Creek Pack-It travel gear

Eagle Creek new fleet of Pack-it cubes is here. The cube categories are Reveal (for better visibility), Isolate (antimicrobial, treated with Protx2) and just Gear (for protection). The Pack-Its ($ 10+) with angled zippers, inner mesh sleeves, webbing loops, and 900-denier twill, 50-denier sheer ripstop, or outer 300-denier polyester fabric. They come in different shapes, colors and sizes.

Coors Banquet x Huckberry Gear

Coors Banquet x Huckberry Gear

Huckberry and Coors have teamed up in their Golden Hour series: a three-part series of limited-edition pieces of equipment. The lineup includes t-shirts, koozies, hats and this Coors Banquet Trucker Jacket ($ 198). The jacket is a durable, laundered denim material with a fluffy twill lining, a corduroy collar, two chest pockets with snap fasteners and custom co-branded patches. Ten percent of the proceeds the collection will go to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

Outdoor Research Protection Badana

Outdoor Research Protection Badana

The newest player in the face mask scene is Outdoor Research Bandana protection set ($ 40). Outdoor Research would like to help you get rid of cotton and find an all day mask solution with this headscarf. For this purpose, OR developed a two-layer fabric that was treated with HEIQ V-BLOCK to be resistant to microbes. It comes with a three-pack filter with high filtration efficiency (more than 95% filtration).

Kate’s Real Food Dark Chocolate Mint

Kate's Real Food Dark Chocolate Mint

Kate’s Real Food has a new taste that is damn tasty. The Dark Chocolate Mint Bar ($ 15 per six-pack) contains all USDA-certified organic ingredients like peanut butter, gluten-free oats, delicious dark chocolate, peppermint extract, and cocoa powder. The bars have 160 calories per serving. We love the texture, the portion size and the hint of mint flavor.

RucPac backpack conversion straps

RucPac backpack conversion straps

The latest gear from RucPac is not gear at all, it is a way to wear it. The Hard case conversion straps ($ 99) can turn any size hardshell case (Pelican and Peli cases) into a backpack without obstructing access. The straps consist of a padded shoulder area and straps with adjustable lengths and widths to distribute the weight evenly. The straps are also easily removable and can be folded up for storage when not in use.

Four Corners ‘The Bikeraft Guide’

Four Corners 'The Bikeraft Guide'

Four Corners Guides just published his first book on Indiegogo. The book is the “ultimate guide” and is aimed at anyone who wants to learn the basics of bike rafting. The funds from the campaign will be used to print, distribute and pay for the 20 contributors. “The bikeraft guideThe book and package (from US $ 30) also contain perks such as stickers, lashing straps, accompanying videos with instructions, and much more. The authors of the book are Steve “Doom” Fassbinder and Lizzy Scully.

Burton One World apparel

Burton One World apparel

Burton’s One World Collection – made to celebrate Burton’s “One World” film – features clothing made from Polartec fabrics. The One World Insulator ($ 170) is made of breathable Polartec Alpha fabric Fleece with a full zip ($ 140) is made from Polartec Power Dry wicking material. Both have bluesign certified materials, stretch cuffs and reflective details.

PHOOZY Antimicrobial Phone Case

PHOOZY Antimicrobial Phone Case

PHOOZY’s newest phone case, the Apollo II antimicrobial ($ 40) is a thermally protective, germ-resistant, drip-proof animal. The case features Phoozy’s signature chrome thermal barrier that keeps out the cold and protects against heat, paired with a new antimicrobial Agion lining that the brand claims can reduce microbes by up to 99.99%. It’s also drop-proof up to 8 feet and comes in three styles.

HeadPeace headbands

HeadPeace headbands

Make a splash with one HeadPeace original headband ($ 14) so Electric spraying Template. All ribbons are made from a super light material of 96% rayon and 4% spandex and can be folded and unfolded from 2 to 5.75 inches wide. HeadPeace is based in Colorado, but makes its headbands at a fair trade manufacturer in Nepal.








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  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Eagle Creek Pack-It travel gear

    Eagle Creek new fleet of Pack-it cubes is here. The cube categories are Reveal (for better visibility), Isolate (antimicrobial, treated with Protx2) and just Gear (for protection). The Pack-Its ($ 10+) with angled zippers, inner mesh sleeves, webbing loops, and 900-denier twill, 50-denier sheer ripstop, or outer 300-denier polyester fabric. They come in different shapes, colors and sizes.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Coors Banquet x Huckberry Gear

    Huckberry and Coors have teamed up in their Golden Hour series: a three-part series of limited-edition pieces of equipment. The lineup includes t-shirts, koozies, hats and this Coors Banquet Trucker Jacket ($ 198). The jacket is a durable, laundered denim material with a fluffy twill lining, a corduroy collar, two chest pockets with snap fasteners and custom co-branded patches. Ten percent of the proceeds the collection will go to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Outdoor Research Protection Badana

    The newest player in the face mask scene is Outdoor Research Bandana protection set ($ 40). Outdoor Research would like to help you get rid of cotton and find an all day mask solution with this headscarf. For this purpose, OR developed a two-layer fabric that was treated with HEIQ V-BLOCK to be resistant to microbes. It comes with a three-pack filter with high filtration efficiency (more than 95% filtration).

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Kate’s Real Food Dark Chocolate Mint

    Kate’s Real Food has a new taste that is damn tasty. The Dark Chocolate Mint Bar ($ 15 per six-pack) contains all USDA-certified organic ingredients like peanut butter, gluten-free oats, delicious dark chocolate, peppermint extract, and cocoa powder. The bars have 160 calories per serving. We love the texture, the portion size and the hint of mint flavor.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    RucPac backpack conversion straps

    The latest gear from RucPac is not gear at all, it is a way to wear it. The Hard case conversion straps ($ 99) can turn any size hardshell case (Pelican and Peli cases) into a backpack without obstructing access. The straps consist of a padded shoulder area and straps with adjustable lengths and widths to distribute the weight evenly. The straps are also easily removable and can be folded up for storage when not in use.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Four Corners ‘The Bikeraft Guide’

    Four Corners Guides just published his first book on Indiegogo. The book is the “ultimate guide” and is aimed at anyone who wants to learn the basics of bike rafting. The funds from the campaign will be used to print, distribute and pay for the 20 contributors. “The bikeraft guideThe book and package (from US $ 30) also contain perks such as stickers, lashing straps, accompanying videos with instructions, and much more. The authors of the book are Steve “Doom” Fassbinder and Lizzy Scully.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    Burton One World apparel

    Burton’s One World Collection – made to celebrate Burton’s “One World” film – features clothing made from Polartec fabrics. The One World Insulator ($ 170) is made of breathable Polartec Alpha fabric Fleece with a full zip ($ 140) is made from Polartec Power Dry wicking material. Both have bluesign certified materials, stretch cuffs and reflective details.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    PHOOZY Antimicrobial Phone Case

    PHOOZY’s newest phone case, the Apollo II antimicrobial ($ 40) is a thermally protective, germ-resistant, drip-proof animal. The case features Phoozy’s signature chrome thermal barrier that keeps out the cold and protects against heat, paired with a new antimicrobial Agion lining that the brand claims can reduce microbes by up to 99.99%. It’s also drop-proof up to 8 feet and comes in three styles.

  • Emerging Gear: Hardside backpack, Coors jacket and more

    HeadPeace headbands

    Make a splash with one HeadPeace original headband ($ 14) so Electric spraying Template. All ribbons are made from a super light material of 96% rayon and 4% spandex and can be folded and unfolded from 2 to 5.75 inches wide. HeadPeace is based in Colorado, but makes its headbands at a fair trade manufacturer in Nepal.

  • Mary Murphy

    From Mary Murphy

    Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. She has degrees in English and Journalism and has been writing professionally for over four years. Her outdoor interests range from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteen or at a local bakery.

    Topics: news, outdoor

    Keywords: emerging, emerging equipment

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