Today we have added about a dozen new products to the shop – fans of fly fishing, hiking, and snow sports will really dig these new designs. We have a mix a short sleeve tees, long sleeve t-shirts, hoodies and women fit tees. Only the long sleeve tees are not made from organic cotton, but all products are guaranteed to be the softest most comfortable garment you’ve ever put on. Now is the time to add a few items to your closet, whether you’re looking for something to keep you warm on the trail or just ready to hang out with friends at the local bar.
Let’s take a look at just a few of the new items
1. Women’s Snowflake Organic T-shirt – $19
Classic women’s fit organic t-shirt featuring a stylish snowflake design. They say no two snowflakes are alike … show up at a party in this tee and you’ll be as unique as the snowflakes on it.
2. Evolution of a Hiker – $19
Organic cotton t-shirt featuring the evolution of a hiker. It didn’t take 10 million years for this progression to happen – as soon as our eyes first set watch on a sunset over the Rockies, man has been ready the hike for enjoyment and not necessity.
3. Adams Dry Fly Hoodie – $40
This hoodie is made from a comfortable 55% organic cotton / 45% recycled polyester blend. We know it gets cold standing in the river during the early March weather. This hoodie makes a great base layer to wear under your waterproof top.
What is fly fishing? Henry Harrison of The Weekly Fly thinks is a joke.
Find out why is his video essay presented to the MSU School of Film & Photography. Nothing spells serenity like a lone angler in a winding creek nestled deep into the Rocky Mountains.
The Wind River Range (Wyoming) is home to some of America’s best fly fishing rivers. In fact, it is consistently ranked the #1 fly fishing river on many reputable sites, including Trails.com. The Wind River Range is in western Wyoming (south of Yellowstone) and has a high peak of 13,804 feet. Nestled deep below those peaks are streams and lakes rich with a variety of trout including cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, and golden trout. It’s heaven for people into fly fishing. Take a look at these pictures and you will know why.
All pictures are from Flickr under the creative commons license
Fly fishing is one of America’s favorite past times. Fly fishing is something that can be done alone, in nature. It’s just you, the rod and the outdoors. You can fly fish all day, not catch a thing and still have a great experience. It’s calming… and the solitude brings a sense of purpose to your life.
When I think of fly fishing, I always think back to the turn of the 20th century and have a scene from A River Runs Through It in my head. One thing I love about fly fishing is that in 100+ years it hasn’t changed much at all. Sure there have been new technological advances in the reels and fishing line but for the most part it remains the same.
Do you enjoy fly fishing? Have you been to the Wind River Range? Post a comment and let us know.