New year, new equipment. After all, what New Year’s resolution can’t go wrong with some sweet new gear?
When Outdoor Retailer January 2023 Show We’re kicking off in earnest on Tuesday, and we’re sure to see many fascinating and exciting new drops from the outdoor world this week.
Outdoor Retailer Top Sellers January 2023
Danner FW23 Recraftable Style
For Fall/Winter 2023, Danner is relaunching three styles as part of that. “Renewable” Initiativewhich prioritizes using materials and components that can be reworked after years of wear and tear.The Cascade Crest features a custom Vibram outsole with Megagrip and stitch-down construction and recycled materials recovered from consumers. Gore-Tex Leaf waterproof/breathable lining with 30%
In addition to the Cascade Crest, Danner is launching two Recraftable 917 Series styles: the Logger 917 Mock Toe and the Tramline Chelsea 917. Both styles include renewable elements, premium nubuck uppers and Vibram outsoles.
price: $230 – $350
Big Agnes Big House
Redesigned for 2023, the Big House is the ideal offering by Big Agnes for families and car campers. Not minimalist. If you have extra space, it’s worth adding extra weight to your Big House. An (optional) accessory vestibule protects campers from the sun and storms, and shelter mode allows campers to pitch without a tent body, providing ample shelter. A backpack-style carry bag makes it easy to transport from the car to the campsite.
price: $500 (4 people), $600 (6 people)
ECCO ULT-TRN MID BOOTS
New for 2023, ECCO will release two versions of the ULT-TRN Mid Boot. One this spring and the other fall/winter. The AW/23 version didn’t bother me, not only because of its subdued color scheme, but also because of its technical features. This boot is made from a combination of oiled nubuck leather from ECCO’s Gold Rank tannery and premium his textiles. Protected by ECCO’s own PFC-free waterproof membrane. The signature outsole is made with Michelin rubber, multi-directional grooves and two distinct zones for grip, durability and support.
Jack WolfSkin tapeless jacket
Nominated for this winter’s Innovation Awards, Jack Wolfskin’s tapeless jackets are making headlines thanks to their thoughtful design that eliminates 60 feet of seam sealing tape per jacket. At just 13.5 ounces, this featherweight shell packs a punch in a sleek, slim package with waterproof zippers, an adjustable hood, adjustable hem and cuffs, and chest pockets. It stands out in the world of unconventional jacket design thanks to its streamlined aesthetics, innovative tapeless technology, and functionality.
TREW Truce Bib and Cosmic Jacket
New for January 2023, Trew’s Primo collection (some available now, but mostly slated for retirement at the end of January) includes updates to both sizing and materials. The brand introduces extended sizing to the TREWth bibs with 2x-5x and short/tall length options for both men and women to fit all bodies. The new collection also includes Primo, a new sustainable performance fabric made in Japan. Primo is a waterproof workwear-inspired 3-layer fabric made from 100% recycled nylon with a waterproof rating of 20,000 mm while maintaining breathability.
price: Cosmic Jacket: $479. Truce Bib Primo: $499
MoonBikes “Connected Moon Bike” App
Moonbikes introduces an all-new app and communication system, the Connected MoonBikes System. Available for download from winter 2023 to winter 2024, the Connected MoonBikes system acts as a sort of his Strava for snow bikes.
The new app has the ability to track trail maps, altitude, distance, speed, duration, battery level and more, and users can also follow friends and other riders in the area to stay up to date. increase. The app also allows users to track their fitness and athletic performance. Riders are awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals based on their performance and can unlock different badges based on their performance.
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