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The Right Outdoors Gear Can Save Your Life!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 22, 2014 7:00:00 AM

 

Outdoor sports can come with some unpleasant side effects—unless you protect yourself!  Fortunately, there is a product for every problem that may come your way.  Here are some outdoor sporting hazards you can avoid by gearing up with the right stuff.

 

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Topics: Winter Apparel

Hiking in Utah's Extraordinary Bryce Canyon!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 18, 2014 6:30:00 AM

 

National parks are known for having some of the most scenic hikes in the world. The only problem is that it's not really feasible for the average hiker to get through most of the hikes found in the national parks. That's because the hiking trails are often extremely challenging and can take a full day or more to complete. Luckily, there is still Bryce Canyon National Park.

 

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Topics: Hiking

4 Hiking and Backpacking Tips for Your Next Adventure!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 12, 2014 7:30:00 AM

 

Going off the beaten path and into the woods sounds like a great way to recharge, relax, and get back to nature. However a hiker knows there are risks in the wilderness that have to be prepared for. A good hiker will know how to bring the right gear for the right trip, though.

Here are some things you need to know before you hit the trail.

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Topics: Hiking

5 Reasons Affordable Sunglasses Beat Expensive Ones!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 7, 2014 8:30:00 AM

 

Who wants to spend hundreds on a pair of sunglasses if you don't need to?  What are you really getting for your money?  These are great questions to ask before buying a pair, and what you may not realize is that an expensive pair does not always mean the highest quality.  So why are affordable sunglasses a better option?  Here's five reasons why!

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Topics: Sunglasses

Pugs Guide to Avoiding Injury While Snowboarding and Skiing!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 3, 2014 8:18:00 AM

 

For those of you who love to ski and snowboard, you are already dreaming of the soft white powder on the slopes. Now is the time to begin a training program that will help you get fit, increase your speed and eliminate those sore muscles for the first couple of days out on the slopes.

 

After the first day, most skiers and snowboarders feel the burn in the thighs above all else, but a day on the slopes can also leave you with aching calves, bum, groin, lower back and stomach. No matter how fit you are your first days skiing always seem to leave you with soreness in muscle groups you did not even know you had.

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Topics: Gloves

Embracing Winter in Colorado Means Cool Beanies for Your Head!

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Oct 31, 2014 9:00:00 AM

 

Living in Colorado, I experience less season change than I would like. It happens incredibly quick, and if I dont pay attention, I will miss it. I sure did this year because I didn't realize that fall and winter are rolling together these days. It used to be that we had seasons. Summer would be followed by fall. Winter would be followed by spring. These days it seems the spring and fall seasons have just fallen by the wayside. Every year they seem to get shorter and shorter. They used to be a whole season long. They take up a quarter of the year in some places. Unfortunately, these days, it seems like they may last only a couple days in Colorado. I am not sure if it is just me or whether winter is actually getting greedy and stealing days from spring and fall.

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Topics: Winter Apparel

An Ode to Kayaking in the Fall

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 27, 2014 10:21:00 AM

 

The alarm screeches at 7am, just before sunrise on your day off from the office.  You stretch, yawn, groggily roll over and consider just saying, "Forget it. I'm staying in bed."  But, Mother Nature is calling you on yet another outdoor adventure. This time you want something different than the typical hike or climb. 

 

You arrive at the river, lake, or stream.  You take in the perfectly serene morning.  The fog dancing on the glassy, flawless water just begging to be touched.  You load up the kayak, push away from shore, and all your stress and worries wash away with each steady swoosh of the paddle. 

 

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Topics: Watersports

Three Ways to Enjoy the Winter in Tennessee

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 24, 2014 10:12:00 AM

 

Winter is magic. It’s a time of conserving energy and life so it can burst into flower in spring. Snow is one of the magic things about winter everyone loves. It’s especially magic in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains, where Gatlinburg awaits the adventurous. Go skiing in Tennessee’s only ski resort, go tubing or ice skating, check out the winter festivals and Christmas lights and decorations in Gatlinburg. Or just take a walk through the magic and breathe that rare winter air so special in the mountains. Be sure to take your Pugs gear because it will protect you during winter sports from the freezing part of winter in the Great Smoky Mountains.

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Topics: Winter Sports

Are You In Need Of Some Biker Glasses for Winter?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 21, 2014 11:45:00 AM

 

I am lucky enough to live in Colorado, so I have the benefit of being able to ride in the Rockies. This can be absolutely breathtaking and provide you with such a sense of peace, but if you don’t come properly prepared, you may be in for a very different experience. Whenever I go on a multi-day cycling trip, there are a few things I make sure I have with me before I even walk out the door. Read on to learn why it is absolutely necessary to have your biker glasses and other gear items with you when you head out for your bike trip, and if you are in the market for some quality biker glasses, check these out.

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Topics: Cycling

Want to Visit Winter's Best Kept Secret Getaway?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 17, 2014 11:46:00 AM

 

The weather is changing, ski mountains are opening up, and it's time to break out the coats and jackets again! If you enjoy winter sports, there’s no place better to visit than Northwest Montana. The Flathead Valley is the perfect location to enjoy a number of outdoor sports and activities. If you're tired of visiting the same mountains every winter for your favorite snowy sports and activities, maybe it's time to visit Montana!

 

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Topics: Winter Sports

 

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