I'm pretty excited to be writing that the Poler Stuff shipment just arrived. If you haven't heard of Poler Stuff, you should really check out their blog. You can easily get lost in a never-ending stream of outdoor adventure inspiration on there. There are such beautiful photos throughout the 195 pages of their blog that after looking at just a couple pages, you will find it hard to not want to get out there and go camping this weekend.
The vibe and purpose of the brand can't be explained much better than what is already written on their website:
"POLER CAMPING STUFF makes sleeping bags, tents, bags, and accessories that are simple, good looking, well designed gear for people that are travelers, couch surfers, regular surfers, skateboarders, snowboarders, bicyclists, parents, kids, car campers and anyone else looking for something that looks good, is a good value and is all about having fun on road trips and in the outdoors. It’s stuff that is made for people that have adventures all over the world while wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and sneakers. It’s for people that wonder why everyone is trying to pretend they are going to do first ascents on alpine peaks instead of celebrating the fact that they are having adventures that are awesome in their own way."
I think that most of you reading this will fit into that description in one way or another.
We have a variety of their gear in stock. First of all, we're carrying the Napsack. It's essentially a sleeping bag that you can wear, and it's great for pre or post surf warmth. You can use it to change into your wetsuit, to stay warm by the campfire, or just to sit on a log watching the waves.
We also have the Magic Tarpit. It's a tarp on the outside, and a blanket on the inside. It's perfect to keep you dry and warm on those grey, windy, rainy days that we get so often.
If you're looking for a way to simply warm your hands or feet after a session, we have the Poler Heat Bags. They last for a total of 10 hours, for up to two weeks after opening them. They are air activated, so when you seal them back in the bag, they cool off and save energy for the next time you open them!
Finally, we're also carrying the Rucksack and the Duffaluffagus, two great options for packs to carry your camping or travel gear. I love their simple classic styling.
Come into the shop to get a firsthand look at this high quality gear.
I've included a photo that I shot back in February that I think fits the vibe of this gear, company, and the beautiful Oregon coast. It wasn't the warmest night to camp under the stars, but waking up to this sight was worth not having a tent for extra warmth.