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SCARPA’s Zen Pro and Moraine Mid Offer Performance with a Purpose

May. 19th 2015

On trail and off, light hiking boots have to contend with myriad circumstances: dust, scree, mud, rocks, roots, washed out switchbacks—the list goes on. Whether you’re covering ground on multi-day journeys on the Pacific Crest Trail, or slithering up an incipient single track to the base of a climb in the Wind Rivers of Wyoming, the right kind of light hiker is clutch. We like to think we’ve got you covered. Why? Because they do.

Backpacker at Ornak Peak in Tatra Mountains, Poland

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The Crux of Photography in the Wilderness

Oct. 31st 2013

Matt Hage is in independent photographer based out of Anchorage, Alaska with a specialty in shooting outerwear and gear for several outdoor brands in wilderness areas across the globe.

Crossing the Kotsina River was to be the crux of our weeklong trek across Alaska’s Wrangell Mountains – at least that’s what everyone told us – from a friend that guides in these mountains, to random man on the street in Chitina, to our pilot who delicately assessed our wilderness cred before leaving us on the Wrangell Plateau.

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