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A Guide to Investing in Essential Hiking Gear

A Guide to Investing in Essential Hiking Gear

by Erin Gautier February 01, 2019

My first pair of sturdy, quality hiking boots changed my outdoor experience. Before them, I tumbled around awkwardly in slippery, ill-fitting, non-breathable (and somehow also non-waterproof) boots, coming away from hikes happy but covered in scrapes, bruises, and favoring tender limbs. My arches would ache, and eventually, the dull pain would spread to my leg joints. Then I bought “my blue boots.” The most significant outdoor purchase I had ever made,  I was unconvinced that they would be worth it. Now, without a doubt in my mind, I can say they were absolutely worth the price.

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Self Care for Outdoor Adventurers

Self Care for Outdoor Adventurers

by Erin Gautier January 23, 2019

Hikers and backpackers are constantly outside and being active, even in the off season. The physical impact of carrying weight, working muscles repeatedly, and being exposed to uncontrolled conditions can take its toll both in the short and long term. Being able to hike, backpack, snowshoe and do whatever outdoor activities you choose is a special thing, and calls for attention to remain possible, comfortable, and enjoyable.

To stay healthy and protected from injuries, here are a few self-care tips to keep you doing what you love.

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How to Cut Your Christmas Tree in a National Forest

How to Cut Your Christmas Tree in a National Forest

by Erin Gautier December 19, 2018

My favorite family Christmas tradition has always been driving up into the mountains and cutting our own Christmas tree. We grew to perfect the process, carefully judging potential trees for our own living room and for the growing number of family members who began to ask for real trees, too. Grandma likes her tree not too full, but Nana likes it when the branches droop, like trees on vintage postcards. Each year, we would cut a little bit off of the trunk and add it to our quirky collection.

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Whitney Thomas Interview: Embracing Freedom in the Outdoors

Whitney Thomas Interview: Embracing Freedom in the Outdoors

by Erin Gautier December 05, 2018

Though you probably do not know her name, Whitney Thomas is a true outdoorswoman.

When I set out to interview her about women in the outdoors, I had no idea how strikingly real and powerful her insights would be. Instead of lingering on the lack of quality, technical women’s gear (and how so much of it is pink) or on the gender gap in guiding, Whitney took time to talk over why she loves the outdoors, and what all it has offered her.

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The Forgotten Wild - Enjoying Nature Near Home

The Forgotten Wild - Enjoying Nature Near Home

by Erin Gautier November 01, 2018

Most of us are not professional athletes or full-time outdoor adventurers. Though our Instagrams and bookmarked pages might be filled with visually awesome, sweeping views and activity driven content, taking significant trips in the outdoors requires time, money, gear, education and preparation.

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A Beginner's Guide to Hiking: Series Intro

A Beginner's Guide to Hiking: Series Intro

by Erin Gautier September 08, 2018

Hiking... it is both calming and energizing. It is when I often feel most free. It can be whatever you want it to be- thoughtful or meditative, relaxing or challenging. It is a way to connect with the natural world, with others, and with yourself. It makes you more appreciative, and helps you understand your relative size. You discover beautiful things on every trail. It is one of the healthiest and most refreshing activities available.

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Inspiring Quotes from Adventurous Women

5 Inspiring Quotes from Adventurous Women

by Sara Thompson January 26, 2018

I've gathered 5 of my favorite quotes from women adventurers. I love these quotes not only because the women that said them accomplished amazing things, but because these women have inspired me to always remember to live adventurously. So next time you start to feel like you need a little more adventure in your life remember these quotes and get out there!

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5 Adventurous Quotes We Love! | CloudLine Apparel

5 Adventurous Quotes We Love!

by Austin Campbell April 12, 2017

Some days when we are stuck in the office and need a boost a few words of adventure wisdom are all we need to get through the day. We've gathered a few of our favorite quotes here to give everyone a little midweek motivation for their weekend adventures. We hope they inspire you as much as us and if you have a favorite quote leave it in the comments below to inspire the CloudLine community!
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5 Reasons You'll Love Joining an Indoor Climbing Gym

5 Reasons You'll Love Joining an Indoor Climbing Gym

by Austin Campbell February 10, 2017

The number of climbing gyms in North America has exploded since Seattle'sVertical World opened in 1987. As indoor climbing grew in popularity, gyms went from flat brick walls in drafty warehouses, to world class training gyms that offer intricate climbing walls, weights, aerobic equipment, yoga, and more. If you aren't a climber but love the outdoors, there's never been a better time to trade in your traditional gym for a climbing gym membership. 
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7 Ways to Fill the New Year with Epic Adventures

7 Ways to Fill the New Year with Epic Adventures

by Austin Campbell January 05, 2017

The new year is here and 2017 is already off to an adventurous start. This year we didn't make a new year's resolution. To be honest, we never stick to our resolutions anyways. In place of a resolution, we've committed to 7 ways we want to fill the new year with epic adventures. Check them out below and we hope a few of them will inspire you to have an adventurous new year!
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A Day on the Trail: Hiking Mt Rincon

A Day on the Trail: Hiking Mt Rincon

by Warren Maddox November 28, 2016

4:30 a.m. wake up call. 4 liters of water. 4 good friends. 1 hour drive. Bumpy back roads. Mountain views for breakfast. Cows, cows everywhere. MOO…OOOOVE.

The stoke is high as we begin our hike, running through the wash and bouncing over the rocky terrain deep in the mountain valley. Mt. Rincon towers in the distance. The cold morning air burns my nose and lungs. Hit the incline, pace is naturally slowed. Set the cruise control.

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12 Inspiring John Muir Quotes for Hikers and Backpackers

12 Inspiring John Muir Quotes for Hikers and Backpackers

by Austin Campbell October 25, 2016

John Muir is arguably one of the greatest adventurers in history. He was an author, philosopher, naturalist, inventor and of course a hiker. His efforts helped preserve Yosemite National Park and start the Sierra Club, and his writings continue to inspire new generations to get outside and experience nature through hiking and backpacking. Today we've gathered 12 of our favorite John Muir quotes, and we hope they will inspire you to plan your next adventure!
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WOMEN'S  US  UK Europe CM
Small 4 - 6.5 2 - 4.5 35 - 37  20.5 - 23
Medium
7 - 9.5
5 - 7.5 38 - 40 23.5 - 25.5
Large
10 -12.5
8 - 10.5 41 - 45 26 - 28.5
X-Large
13.5 - 15
11 - 13.5 46 - 49 29 - 31

MEN'S  US  UK Europe CM
Small N/A N/A N/A 20.5 - 23
Medium
6 - 8.5
5.5 - 8 39 - 41 23.5 - 25.5
Large
9 -11.5
8.5 - 11 42 - 44 26 - 28.5
X-Large
12 - 14.5
11.5 - 14 45 - 47 29 - 31

 

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WOMEN'S FITS SIZES US Sizes (Inches)
Small 2 - 4 Length: 26" Width: 15 ¾"
Medium 6 - 8 Length: 26 ½" Width: 16 ½"
Large 8 - 10 Length: 27 ⅛ " Width: 17 ½"
X-Large 10 - 14 Length: 27 ¾" Width: 18 ½"
2X-Large 14 - 18 Length: 28 ⅜" Width: 19 ½

MEN'S / UNISEX CHEST TO FIT US Sizes (Inches)
Small 34 - 37 Length: 28" Width: 18"
Medium
38 - 41
Length: 29" Width: 20"
Large
42 - 45
Length: 30" Width: 22"
X-Large
46 - 49
Length: 31" Width: 24"
2X-Large 50 - 53 Length: 32" Width: 26"

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