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Hiking With Your Dog Could Pawsitively Save Your Life

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 5, 2019 2:50:00 PM

Every day we find ourselves engulfed in the mundane routine of work, only to come home to relax in front of a television where we’re bombarded by commercials that tell us that we have to work harder in order to buy more things – it’s no wonder that rates of depression are staggering upon American citizens.

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Topics: Hiking

What Exactly Do Affordable Polarized Sunglasses Do?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Mar 13, 2019 7:00:00 AM

 

What do you know about polarized sunglasses?  Maybe that fishermen love them, and that they add a bit more to the final cost of a pair of sunglasses?  While both of those may be true, do you really know what they do differently from a pair or regular shades?  Let Pugs set things straight for you when it comes to polarized versus affordable sunglasses and give you the low-down on what’s really going on in those lenses.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Polarized

Warm Apparel Built to Handle Winter's Worst

Posted by Nathan Miller on Feb 22, 2019 8:00:00 AM

We all know that an outfit isn't complete without accessories, and accessories change throughout all seasons. The weather is frigid, but there isn't any reason to sacrifice your style at the ski resort just because of the decrease in temperature.

Pugs is known for having some awesome biker sunglasses, sunglasses, and electronics, but we have a variety of cool beanie hats as well as knit hats and headwear, guaranteed to compliment your winter wardrobe. With styles for men and women, casual and rugged looks, there's a little something for everyone at Pugs!

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Topics: Gloves, Winter Apparel, Winter Sports

Pugs Guide to Avoiding Injury While Snowboarding and Skiing!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Jan 21, 2019 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, Winter Sports

What Should You Look For in Leather Work Gloves?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 1, 2018 10:44:18 AM

Gloves can serve multiple purposes. Leather work gloves can primarily be seen as a protective tool to prevent cuts, splinters and chemical spillages as well as keeping hands clean. In addition to that, they can be a great way to avoid the dangers of working in cold environments, or using sharp implements, providing a protective layer against the hand which can help deflect any pending accidents from causing injury.
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Topics: Gloves

When is the Best time to Hunt Deer in the Fall?

Posted by Scot Mills on Sep 24, 2018 7:52:48 AM

Cool, crisp mornings, warm afternoons, and long shadows can only mean one thing: Time to hunt! 

However, you likely only have a few precious vacation days to bag your buck, which makes maximizing your potential for success a top priority. This is why you need to know what season and time of day is best to hunt. 

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Topics: Hunting

Summer Backcountry Camping Gear Checklist

Posted by Scot Mills on Aug 23, 2018 2:26:44 PM

Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned veteran, there are few summertime activities so fulfilling as backcountry camping. After all, what's better than exploring the wilderness with everything you need strapped to your back?

"Backcountry camping" (also known as backpacking) means you'll be hiking deep into the wilderness and spending at least one night with the native flora and fauna. Backpacking requires preparation, since "winging it" in the backcountry can spell disaster. Remember, there aren't any convenience stores or ER's out there!

By outfitting with the right gear, your adventure can be as safe, comfortable, injury-free, and fun as possible. Make sure you check off all of the following items before you head out. Enjoy your trip!

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Topics: Camping

Apparel for Mountain Biking: The Essentials

Posted by Scot Mills on Jul 23, 2018 2:58:51 PM

When it comes to summertime fun, excitement, and adventure, few sports are as enjoyable as mountain biking. Not only can you have a blast getting dirty on your local trails, a mountain bike (MTB) can easily be loaded into a car or truck and ridden anywhere the trails are legal and the times are good. 

Explore the slick-rock of Moab? Done! Scenic views from above beautiful Lake Tahoe? Ooh, yeah! An epic adventure through the Pisgah Forest? An MTB is just the ticket, and summer is just the time. 

But simply having an MTB isn't quite enough to hit the trails. You'll need the proper apparel to really do it right - that means the right kind of helmet, shorts, jersey, jacket, gloves, and (can't forget) affordable sunglasses. Read on to learn about the basic MTB gear you need to get out there and crush it!

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Topics: Sunglasses, Gloves, Sports, Cycling, Mountain Biking

What to Bring on Your Day Hikes This Summer

Posted by Connor Griffith on Jun 14, 2018 1:38:12 PM

No matter where you live in the world, there’s probably at least one hiking trail nearby. In honor of the start to the 2018 summer season, get out there for a day hike. Break a sweat, take in the scenery, hopefully get some wildlife photos - all good things for the soul. The mountains are calling... and you must go. 

If you’re relatively new to the world of hiking, or if you feel like you always pack the wrong stuff, we’ve put together a checklist of items you should always have with you on the trail. Stay prepared, stay nourished, and stay safe with the following hiking gear and apparel.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Hiking

How to Fish for Bass in the Summer

Posted by Connor Griffith on May 25, 2018 2:15:33 PM


The spring season, with its cooler water temperatures and annual spawn, is widely known as the year’s best season for bass fishing. Depending on your skill level and where you’re fishing, you’re liable to catch some trophies during the spring months. Summertime, on the other hand...that’s when things get tricky. Just like that - the big bass seem to disappear. What’s the deal?

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Topics: Fishing

 

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