Thin, highly ventilated, and full-coverage, these superlight liner gloves are perfect for baking days in August on the Muir snowfield, trekking through the Khumbu Valley, or spring training hikes in the lowlands.
ActiveIce™ self-cooling technology uses xylitol crystals to help cool you down as you sweat
UPF 50+ fabric shields you from harmful UV rays; fabric wicks moisture and dries fast for all-day comfort
Perforated synthetic suede palms provide breathability
Updated design features touch-screen compatibility so you can stay connected
By Trevor Husted As part of our Guide Skills Development Series, this next post focuses on the importance of mentorship in guiding and where to find it. Look into the origins of the word mentor and you will find links to Greek Mythology, more specifically Homer’s poem “The Odyssey.” In this epic, Odysseus goes off […]
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By Kate Keith-Simms Plants provide invaluable insight not only to the spaces they inhabit, but also to those who live upon the land. Since time immemorial, Native American communities have foraged, hunted, and thrived on the resources the land offers. This is a short pick of a few plants of Washington used by specific Native […]