Always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating. Such is the way of a National Geographic explorer. See the world and make your own stories in the Parks Project Nat Geo Border Hat.
Originally designed for leading multi-pitch climbing and backcountry skiing, the Cotopaxi Tarak 20L Climbing Pack easily moves its way into everyday life. Made from a durable nylon ripstop with a no-frills design and purpose-driven features like an innovative ice tool system that eliminates unnecessary toggles and loops, this bag can be easily adjusted with gloves on or bare hands out. Configurable compression straps and lash points help dial in the load and best arrange gear while a zippered top lid gives quick access to small essentials and doubles as an additional lash point for climbing rope. More practical features like a hydration sleeve, low profile shoulder straps and a removable waist belt increase cross-sport and cross-life functionality.
*These climbing packs are made one-of-a-kind, pack sent may be a different color pattern than what's pictured.
From downtown to Puget Sound, Tacoma stands tall. Contemplate Washington’s most prominent peak wherever you are in the Parks Project men’s Rainier Reflection T-Shirt.
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Cast off old conventions with the Tretorn men’s Padded Rain Jacket From the Sea made from castaway fishing netting. 650,000 tons of discarded nets are thought to be adrift in our sea, so Tretorn decided to help reduce ocean waste by creating a new material made of 100% regenerated nylon collected from the big blue.
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The Patagonia Black Hole Duffel strives to answer the eternal question, “How long can I have my out of office response on before people start to raise their eyebrows?” Designed for weeklong adventures, the 70-liter duffel is ultra-sturdy with a ripstop construction and padded base to make sure all those bumps on the road less traveled don’t damage your gear.
The fully recycled body fabric and webbing are the big updates to this season’s Black Hole® collection—10 million plastic bottles were used to make these recycled materials. The fabric also includes solution-dyed fibers, which reduces water usage in the dyeing process.