Mountain Hardwear is a subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear based in Richmond, California that manufactures and distributes apparel, accessories and equipment primarily for the high performance needs of mountaineering enthusiasts and outdoor athletes, as well as for consumers who are inspired by the outdoor lifestyle.

Our customers are fun-loving, soulful people who travel well, play hard and care about the impact they have on the world around them. That’s who we are, too. We believe that breathing deeply can help you through a tough day, or laugh in the face of a traffic jam.

Mystery Ranch is built on a heritage of function, comfort, quality and durability. Since 2000, Mystery Ranch has been manufacturing packs and load carriage systems for military, hunting, wildland fire and mountaineering customers, with a focus on use-specific designs and hand-built quality. Based in Bozeman, Montana, Mystery Ranch is a global brand with worldwide production and distribution.

La Sportiva Italy possesses a strong passion for the mountains and the environment this is why there is always a consciousness of what kind of impact the factory has on the outdoor world. By using a proactive approach to business La Sportiva Italy can critically check existing processes as well as do extensive research to develop ways of reducing negative impacts and creating the best possible product for its consumers.


UGG is an American footwear company and a division of Deckers Brands. UGG is a registered trademark in the United States and over 130 other countries for footwear, as well as bags, clothing, outerwear, home goods and other products.

Helinox leads the world in innovative lightweight equipment & furniture. Our portable chairs, cots & tables, trekking poles and umbrellas are at the cutting edge of technical design & innovation. They are also the lightest and strongest available.

Havaianas is a Brazilian brand of flip-flop sandals created and patented in 1962. It is currently owned by Brazilian manufacturing company Alpargatas S.A.. Inspired by Japanese zori sandals, Robert Fraser became the first to mass-produce flip-flops out of rubber. The name Havaianas is derived from the feminine form of the Portuguese word for “Hawaiians”, and the pattern on the soles of the sandals is designed to resemble the straw soles of zori. Originally, all Havaianas featured white insoles with colored outsoles and straps. Because of their simplicity and low price, the sandals became popular with Brazil’s lowest social classes.

Ellen + Eric Gil started it all in 1988.
Picture a humble, 450 square-foot boutique that they’ve grown to now serve as an iconic cornerstone of downtown Santa Cruz, California:
Sockshop and Shoe Company.
Many awesome socks later and fast forward to 2007. Ellen + Eric strike again…..

The history of C.A.M.P. (Costruzione Articoli Montagna Premana), a leading designer of technical tools for outdoor activities and for work at height, started in 1889 in a small blacksmith shop in Premana, in the Italian Alps, with wrought iron works made by Nicola Codega.

We’re empowering the next generation of Park Champions to preserve the parks we love and leave it better than we found it.

From a humble bedroom setup to conquering Everest, Sea to Summit’s journey epitomizes adventure and innovation. Roland Tyson’s teenage tinkering led to crafting gear for Aussie explorers, culminating in the birth of Sea to Summit after an epic Everest feat. Joined by Penny Sanderson, their passion for exploration fueled product perfection across rugged terrains. Today, Sea to Summit thrives as a global brand, rooted in travel, design, and relentless innovation.