• Captured: Chris Burkard GIFs

    February 1, 2014

    Chris Burkard makes his living by seizing and capturing moments. He plucks bits of time from his life and shares them with others. He has the right combination of work ethic, attitude, and eye for aesthetics to seize opportunities and to capture images that inspire. We are proud to have the opportunity to work with Chris and hope you all...

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    When The Batteries Die, So Does The Narrative

    January 24, 2014

    Guest Post by Rachel Rudwall The world’s a vast and fascinating place. As such, the opportunities for adventure are endless. Yet, the further one roams from the beaten path, the more difficult it becomes to relay a story to the outside world. Until now, that is—the age of mobile power solutions. As TV Producer, On-Camera Host and Photographer, I’m a storyteller who regularly...

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    The Sherpa 100: Thoughts From An Engineer

    January 19, 2014

    We recently added the Sherpa 100 to our line of products and are very proud of this new Power Pack. A few days ago we took the time to sit down with Walker Ford, the Project Leader for the Sherpa 100, and ask him a few questions.  What was your involvement with the Sherpa 100? I was the project...

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    Eric Larsen Guest Post: Batteries In The Cold

    January 16, 2014

    Because I like the cold and spend a lot of my time in the world’s most extreme environments, I get asked a wide variety of questions. And while everyone from kindergarteners to CEOs wants me to discuss the finer points of my taking morning constitutional at 40 below, one separate question consistently pops up: How do you keep batteries...

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    Brody Leven Guest Post: Gizmos on Denali

    January 13, 2014

    Gizmos are vital. In the outdoors, personal locator beacons provide a crutch in case of emergencies, iPhones allow us to call in late for work when the powder is just that good, digital cameras help us show our moms what the summit really looks like, and GoPros serve as proof that the cliff really was a 50-footer. Gizmos also allow me...

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    Sherpa 100: A Biased Opinion

    January 9, 2014

      Crashing on BLM land in Moab for a week, sleeping under the stars and sitting around the campfire with friends doesn’t allow time to head back to town for a charge. Long approaches with camera gear for an extended stay in the backcountry won’t permit much weight. Weight, size and usefulness are the biggest considerations for any extended...

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  • Our Open Road Instagram Takeover

    January 2, 2014

    The monotonous hustle of getting by can sometimes drown out life. Wants become needs and we go on accumulating and acquiring. Sometimes we dream of escaping to the coast to put our feet in the sand. We imagine ourselves traveling, adventuring, and exploring. Our friends Adam, Emily, and their daughter Colette are have done just that. They have achieved...

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    Year In Review: 2013

    December 31, 2013

    Over the course of 2013 we were able to be there to power and support moments. The type of moments that are life changing. The kind that stick with you. We were with Eric Larsen as he tried for the South Pole on a bike. We were with Mike Libecki in Kyrgyzstan as he put up first ascents in...

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