Friday, October 28, 2011
CCOutdoorStore.com is up and running at its new location at 438 US Route 2 in Waterbury. Near Little River State Park, Vermont's Long Trail, and four of Vermont's Ski Resorts, CCOutdoorStore.com’s new space offers more room for our retail outlet, customer service department and warehouse operations. Owner Maureen McCracken says “Now it’s much easier for customers to make a quick stop off I-89 to visit our store. You can even see the Twin Silos building from the highway.”
CCOutdoorStore.com opened on the Internet in 1999 operating from a small warehouse in Boulder, Colorado. After leaving EMS, two brothers—whose last name ended with “C”—saw the potential of the web to revolutionize outdoor gear shopping. The store was sold on Dec. 3, 2009 and relocated to Route 100 two miles north of the Green Mountain Club Visitor Center.
CCOutdoorStore.com offers name brand outdoor gear to consumers looking for products to enhance their enjoyment of the outdoors. This winter, the store features a large selection of American-made snowshoes, poles, backpacks, boots, luggage, winter hats, gloves, ski goggles, and Darn Tough socks. The store specializes in boots, backpacks, tents, and other gear for backpacking and mountaineering.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Save big on great outdoor brands as we clean out for CCOutdoorStore.com's big move. And now is the perfect time to treat yourself to a new pair of Zamberlan or Vasque hiking boots. Find sale prices and a new member discount to find yourself a great bargain on backpacking boots, trekking poles, sleeping bags, ultralight tents and even snowshoes! This promotion ends Saturday, October 15th so there's no time to delay...and once the stock is gone it's gone.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
While Osprey is best known for their backpacks, they also put out sturdy, dependable, and easy-to-use luggage. We've just added the new Osprey Vector 18 to our luggage lineup. Small enough to fit in most overhead bins--even on international airlines--the Vector 18 is perfect for a quick overnight or weekend trip. It comes equipped with a padded laptop sleeve and multiple slash pockets for organization. Extra large wheels and a rugged aluminum frame help this go where ever you need it to.
Want to maximize your overhead allotment? The Osprey Vector 22 is the perfect choice. A bigger version of the Vector 18, this lightweight carry-on truly raises the bar for what travelers will expect from their luggage.
Need a broader range of travel packs and luggage from other great outdoor brands? Refer to our full selection of bags.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
The SoLite 150 by Light & Motion is just what I needed now that the days are getting shorter. As much as I love my 75 lumen headlamp, I needed to find a light that could deliver more over a greater distance for my Wednesday night mountain bike rides in Vermont's Stowe Town loops. With easy-to-use helmet and handlebar attachment accessories The SoLite 150 puts 150 lumens of light on descents where you need to see out farther ahead. And with tiny yellow side lights the SoLite 150 even gives you decent peripheral vision. With a USB compatible rechargeable battery included you get a lighter package than you'd get with a heavy set of AA batteries...and you'll save money over the long run. While maximum output only lasts 3 hours, this is plenty for an early morning or end of day workout.
Suffice it to say I'm a fan of the SoLite 150. But if I didn't deliver enough specs for you about Light & Motion's SoLite headlamp / light system, you should read the review on The Adventure Blog. And if 150 lumens isn't enough for you and money's no object, check out Light & Motion's Sella 300.