This week in outdoor gear startups - 8.31.17

TWIOGSLloyd Vogel

In our quest to connect you to new and interesting outdoor gear startups, here is what we've stumbled on this week ...  

Treble Hammock 2.0

The Treble Hammock is no ordinary hammock. With three anchor points, the Treble Hammock "keeps you off the ground but it does so in a way that cradles you in a zero gravity ergonomic position." At 13lbs, the Treble Hammock is meant for those looking to stay put and base camp. On Kickstarter through September 15th. Yours for $325.


Give'r Blog: Crushin' the Leadville 100 Trail Running Race

Give'r, one of our best selling brads on Garage Grown Gear, just published a sweet blog post about why and how on its ambassador ran 100 miles without sleeping, and stopping only to get more food and water and take care of nasty blisters. Read it here.



A 360 degree light designed for bikers, runners, and people who generally want to be recognized and safe while traveling at night! The BlinkLight comes with a handle bar operated remote control, and this allows you to signal WITHOUT USING YOUR HANDS! Your light (similar to a car's blinker) just blinks in your intended direction of travel. On Kickstarter through September 9th. Yours on super early bird for $25.


NRGcamper Backpack

Embrace technology? Embrace nature? The NRGcamper Backpack allows you to do both. Power cables, solar panel, and battery bank, the NRGcamper was made for those wanting to stay connected regardless of their location. On Kickstarter through September 30th. Yours on super early bird for $160.


Recently launched a Kickstarter or have other interesting news about an outdoor gear startup? Let us know about by e-mailing!


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