Black Diamond is all about climbing and skiing. What began as a backyard anvil and hammer has grown into a global company that produces innovative gear that continues to set standards in numerous areas.
Cotopaxi believes the products that get us exploring can make a positive impact in other people’s lives. That’s why they create sustainably designed outdoor gear that fuels both adventure and global change, by dedicating a percentage of their revenues to nonprofits working to improve the human condition.
Mountain Hardwear was founded in 1993 by a small band of outdoor industry iconoclasts. They saw the industry changing, compromising quality and dumbing down products to serve less technical users. Mountain Hardwear was founded to buck this trend in order to stay true to the needs of outdoor athletes.
Quality, fit and reliability have always been Gregory trademarks. There are no shortcuts to achieving quality and reliability. Selecting the best materials, utilizing proven construction techniques and superior craftsmanship, and paying attention to the details on a daily basis are all key to Gregory's goal of providing you with the best packs on the planet.
Born in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, home of the lightest powder snow on earth. Kuhl is a product driven clothing company that has passion for the outdoor experience. The Kuhl mountain icon represents this mountain culture.
Big Agnes specializes in sleeping bags, sleeping pads, tents and other accessories. Based out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Big Agnes continues to innovate comfort in the outdoors so everyone can get out and have fun.
Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers. Their values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist styel they promoted. Patagonia believes in building the best product and using the business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.