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March 12, 2019 1 min read

Winter is hanging on this year and we are thrilled about this moisture and the late season POW we are getting to play in.  Also, Spring it right around the corner and folks are planning river trips, desert climbing weekends and all sorts of warm weather adventures. It’s time to bring in your Spring and Summer gear!  What does that mean?  Here’s a few ideas to inspire your gear closet clean out:

Kayaks, bikes, tents, packs, pfds, sandals, drytops, hiking boots, camp stoves, camp pads, sleeping bags, bike parts, hitch mount racks, and much much more!

Chase LaCroix
Chase LaCroix

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