Technology Built for the Explorer


It seems the day is getting closer that we’ll be let back out into the wild and as the itch grows, have you figured out where your first travels will take you? It’s going to be a different world out there, especially out of the cities. Nature has begun to take back what formerly belonged to the pre-Homosapien way of life, and that’s why you need to be ready to explore and document what the world has come to be. Shopping from the comfort of your couch has never been so easy and simultaneously a coveted quarantine activity, and that’s precisely why now is the perfect time to upgrade your adventure tech.

Fujifilm X-T4

If it wasn’t documented, then it didn’t happen, so let the gram know what you’ve been up to with the FUJIFILM X-T4. It’s a 26.1 megapixel mirrorless camera capable of recording 4k video. The FUJIFILM X-T4 will shatter any phone’s point and shoot, no matter how many filters you use. And with hopes that your next shot will land you the cover of National Geographic or Alpinist, know the FUJIFILM X-T4 delivers with every snap of the lens.


Pelican G40C Utility Go Charge Case

Protection and charging capabilities in a portable case are exactly what the seasoned traveler ordered. The Pelican G40C packs a wireless Qi-certified charging pad, an extra 48hrs of battery life to be distributed to any of your tech, and if your Pelican case opts for a swim, rest assured the seal will hold for up to a meter deep. The G40C is ready for the adventure and when you need it most, it packs a powerful punch.


DJI Mavic Mini

Is #droneup a thing?… it should be when the DJI Mavic Mini is on the launch pad. It weighs only half a pound, has a 12mp camera, and is compatible with just about every smartphone on the market. The quad chopper design provides unmatched stability during flight and throughout your surveillance mission. When you need the shot from above or from where your feet can’t take you, the DJI Mavic Mini is your backpack ready drone.


BioLite SolarPanel 5+

Remember back in 5th-grade science class when the teacher told you that the sun provides energy for life? Fact is, it will also bail you of a total shit storm when you’re packing the BioLite SolarPanel 5+. No bigger than your iPad, this solar panel has an integrated sundial to ensure direct sunlight and delivers 5 watts of stored energy. Strap the SolarPanel 5+ to your pack while you’re on the move or position it at basecamp knowing that when your batteries die, the sun will provide your defibrillator.


Mission Workshop Rhake WX

A dedicated pocket for just about anything you could dream of, the Mission Workshop Rhake WX is battle-ready. The waxed canvas exterior is primed to deal with an unexpected storm and over time will visually tell the stories of your former adventures. The Rhake WX is made in the U.S. and Built to Endure any path you take. It’s a versatile bag that will become your EDC hauler.


Adidas Terrex Free Hiker

You’re not going to get far unless you’ve got some footwear to lead the comforted way. The Adidas Terrex Free Hikers were designed to transition from concrete to terra firma without ever tying a double knot. These boots are surprisingly lightweight with durability to outlast the most epic of adventures. And when conditions take a turn for the worst, the Continental Rubber outsole quickly encourages extended travel. Lace these Terrex Free Hikers up and #hittheconcrete.


Suunto 7 GPS Sport Smartwatch

A smartwatch for in and out of the city, the Suunto 7 GPS Sport Smartwatch is primed to push the boundaries of getting lost. It’s stacked with tech like Offline Outdoor Maps, 70 Sport Modes, and all the everyday apps to keep your phone and wallet tucked away. The Suunto 7 GPS Sport Smartwatch is the time teller you put on in the morning knowing it doesn’t matter what the day brings because the Suunto 7 takes it’s Zoom calls on the go.


Bexar Goods Vagabond Camera Strap

Real cameras don’t fit in your pocket and are too big to carry around in your hand all day, and that’s precisely why the Bexar Goods Vagabond Camera Strap is a must-have. Made from premium Bridle leather with copper rivets, this adjustable camera strap is as versatile as it is stylish. The Vagabond can be worn around the neck or over the shoulder with confidence that your camera will be closely secured to your body. It’s just like having a good key chain because the Bexar Goods Vagabond Camera Strap is what your camera would ask for if not for the exposure.


Moment Bluetooth Remote

Setting the shot has generally meant you have to be within arm’s reach or 10sec skedaddle, but that’s where Moment Bluetooth Remote comes into play. With a range of 50ft, the Moment remote’s 500+ battery life will ensure epic shot after shot with you and the view, outlasting however many redos are necessary. It’s compact and only has one operating button, so it’s easy to use as long as you’re capable of controlling your dexterity. Find the location, set the camera, back away, and take the shot with Moment Bluetooth Remote.


Peak Design Travel Tripod

Even if you have heart surgeon type steady hands, a tripod is going to elevate your photo game to levels you never imagined. The Peak Design Travel Tripod was built with travel in mind with a compact size and outright durability. Available in carbon fiber or aluminum, the Travel Tripod deploys in seconds and is capable of handling a 20lb load and even has a built-in attachment for your smartphone. When the shot depends on a steady hand or requires a long exposure, reach for the Peak Design Travel Tripod.




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