PahaQue Wilderness

RMOWP’s newest corporate friend, PahaQue Wilderness, was formed in 1997 with one goal – to develop a better tent for family and car campers. Since that time, PahaQue has lead the industry with innovative design, quality and performance.

Many of the tent design features that they pioneered have become standard on family camping tents across the outdoor industry, and the company remains committed to developing tent designs that set the bar for quality and performance.

Any tent performs well in fair weather, but PahaQue’s award winning tents, shelters, and hammocks provide the performance and peace of mind that makes your outdoor experience the best it can be, whether in your backyard or in the back country, far from civilization.

For information on PahaQue Wilderness products, see http://www.pahaque.com/.

Cotton Carrier

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Cotton Carrier, a small British Columbia company named for its founder, Andy Cotton, produces specialized straps to keep cameras and binoculars from swinging all over the place while you’re out hiking, climbing, biking, or whatever adventure you are pursuing in the great outdoors.

Essentially, your equipment is strapped to your body to free up both hands, but is quickly and easily accessible when you want it. Not only does this method protect your equipment from an unpleasant confrontation with a rock or tree, but it relieves the strain we often experience on our necks and shoulders.

See www.cottoncarrier.com for details of its products. Continue reading Cotton Carrier

Buddy Beds

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Because you have the better mattress!

Buddy Beds makes the best memory foam dog bed available, so your best friend can sleep as well as you, maybe even better. The company also produces top quality travel and outdoor dog beds, crate pads, and vehicle seat protectors.

For more information, click www.buddybeds.com.

Buck Knives

buck-logo-lrg-black-16x24Buck Knives has been a leader in the knife industry since young Kansas blacksmith Hoyt Buck made his first knife in 1902. Starting with Hoyt’s earliest design for hunting knives Buck has broadened it’s base to include knives for every day use to special survival and tactical, hunters and outdoorsmen to special editions. Their EcoLite Series utilizes eco-friendly materials including handles made from 100% waste paper.

For more information, click: www.buckknives.com.