Kate Erwin

Kate Erwin

Kate’s first job as a kid was working at a climbing gym and her first mastered computer program was 3-D Studio Max (around the same time.) Somewhere between in that obverse she is just a plain old outdoor enthusiast, writer, photographer and connector of people with a passion for beauty in all forms. www.katharineerwin.com

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Ditch the itch: Here are the best wool brands for any adventurer or weekend warrior

Although wool consistently gets a bad rap due to its occasionally-itchy properties, modern blends are as soft as any other fabric. These brands offer quality wool that's suitable for any kind of adventure.
Outdoors

To conquer Everest an insane 7th time, this climber is going high tech

Famous for Snapchatting an Everest climb a year ago, renown climbers Cory Richards and Adrian Ballinger plan to head back to the famous Nepalese peak in April — this time with innovative tech in tow.
Outdoors

Tom Prochazka talks the art and science behind Gravity Logic’s massive bike parks

Gravity Logic's Tom Prochazka has designing and building world-class mountain bike parks down to a science and he showed us how he and his team of design professionals get it done.
Outdoors

No more “shrink and pink:” Snow brands finally get serious about women’s ski boots

Rather than “shrink and pink” like many sports brands have done in the past, the ski industry has had to take women’s needs very seriously as they are the fast growing market.
Outdoors

Red Paddle Company’s inflatable paddleboards are much more than a cheap beach toy

Though it may sound blasphemous among the surfing community, Red Paddle's inflatable paddleboards are an innovative and efficient SUP alternative, perfect for a boarder of any skill or fitness level.
Outdoors

Ski the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb with Destination BC’s 360-degree videos

Destination BC was one of the first travel/tourism companies to use 360-degree immersion videos, recognizing early on what a great fit they made for tourism marketing. Now they have one where you can virtually ski Whistler.