Clothing


Caring for your Hiking Boots

From hiking up La Cloche, Eva Lake or Gros Morne, to a charming date in downtown, chances are your boots have seen a lot of miles. As winter gets closer, make sure your favourite pair of boots are ready for all the rain, sleet, slush and salt of a winter.   Full Grain Leather Boots… Read More

Waterproofing Blundstones

Blundstones, Blunnies, whatever you call them, you can do anything and everything in them. They are your go to footwear on a rainy day, a cold autumn day, a snow day, or the brightest sunny day ever. Blundstones are a great shoe with endless capabilities, so make your favourite pair, last longer with a few… Read More

What to Wear Cold Weather Paddling

It’s starting to get chilly, and I know you’re thinking, it is time to pack away the boat for the season. Well, you’ll miss the best paddling season of the year. Watching the leaves change, and enjoying the peace and quiet from the seat of your canoe, kayak, or stand up paddle board, is magical…. Read More

What to Bring on Safari

CLOTHING It’s important to keep a few things in mind when packing clothing for a safari first of all being the temperature winter or summer. It’s hot in Africa during the day so light, breathable, and quick drying clothing will be your best bet. In some areas evening and morning temperatures can drop drastically so… Read More

Canadian Made Parkas

Who understands winter in Canada better than fellow Canucks? Parkas designed and made in Canada are sure to stand up to the worst conditions that winter in the Great White North has to throw your way.

Washing Gore-Tex

These techniques apply to washing most water-proof breathable garments.

Down Insulation

The Benefits of Down Down provides approximately two to three times the warmth per ounce compared to even the best synthetics, which can mat and lump together. Over time this can leave empty cold spots, while Down continually re-lofts and moulds itself to the body. Down has the marvelous ability to breath and “wick away… Read More