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Matt sits down with Stout Tent founder Caitlyn Stout. Caitlyn and her co-founder (and husband) Jim Stout were fed up with their banking jobs and decided to take the plunge into a venture that would get them closer to what they loved most, the outdoors. Though that tale itself is pretty remarkable, what’s even more captivating is how Caitlyn and Jim…
 
Matt sits down with Winterstick president Rob Lu. Winterstick is a snowboard brand originally started by Dimitrije Milovich who brought to life some of the first pow surfs. In essence, he gave us the tools to surf the earth. Winterstick has had quite a journey since then. Today Lu, is largely responsible for a lot of the progressive shapes coming o…
 
Matt sits down with Nomatic co-founder Jacob Durham. There’s a good chance you may already be familiar with Nomadic. They are huge innovators in the everyday carry industry, making a variety of specialized bags for luggage, travel, commuting, and camera & videography. What you may not know is that Nomatic was really started on a quest for knowledge…
 
Matt sits down with Oros Apparel co-founder Michael Markesbery. Oros makes outdoor apparel and outerwear using their own patented Solarcore insulation technology. What’s Solarcore you ask? Solarcore is the flexible version of a typically rigid and fragile material used by NASA called aerogel. More importantly, Solarcore is the first-ever aerogel co…
 
Matt sits down with GCI Outdoor founder Jeff Polke. GCI Outdoor is an outdoor chair and furniture brand specializing in innovation. Some of you might be familiar with GCI, some of you might not but, they are a long-time innovator in the outdoor space. They’ve been in business for coming up on their 25th year, a fairly huge milestone. In this episod…
 
Matt sits down with Path Project founder Scott Bailey. Path Projects is a specialty running brand making innovative running with a simple, sleek, aesthetic, and an emphasis on functionality. The idea of Path Projects, his newest endeavor, came from him wanting running shorts to fit what he was looking for but not being thrilled with the options on …
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on October 22nd, 2018. We wanted to bring this episode back from the archives because we thought it fit in nicely with our current Adventure Photography & Camping themed giveaway. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder James Collie talking about how and why he s…
 
Josh sits down with Fossil Outdoors founder Everett Jesse. Outdoor brand solving common pain points in the outdoor industry as environmentally sustainably as possible. Outdoor Fossil’s start was nudged by fate's hand. Everett’s journey into the outdoors started years ago with a serious health issue. After searching for better answers he found exerc…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on May 5, 2020. We wanted to bring this episode back from the archives because we thought it fit in nicely with our current fitness and wellness themed giveaway. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with owner Charlie Gower talking about his journey in building The Nue Co.…
 
Josh sits down with Tether Straps co-founder Kevin Novotny. Tether Straps make straps to help keep your accessories safe and secure when romping around in the outdoors. The idea for the company originally came while Kevin was searching around to find the right gift (in this case a camera strap) for Tether Straps co-founder and accomplished photogra…
 
Josh sits down with Limm co-founder Patrick Grimm. Limm makes at-home workout equipment to make working at home easier and more enjoyable. Limm was born from Patrick and his two co-founders (his wife, and his father) started this family business because they wanted the right tools to get the best workout at home that they could. They noticed that w…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on December 24th, 2019. We wanted to bring this episode back from the archives because we thought it fit in nicely with our current giveaways. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Drew Clark talking about how and why he started California Cowboy. Josh sits dow…
 
Josh sits down with Abaco Polarized founder Greg Sarkin. Abaco Polarized makes high quality polarized sunglasses backed by a lifetime warranty (and they MEAN lifetime). Originally starting as a boutique sunglasses brand, Abaco has grown over the years to offer more and more styles of sunglasses and even blue light sunglasses but, what really sets t…
 
Josh sits down with Mission Mercantile founder Chuck Bowen. Mission Mercantile is a high-quality leather good brand with a broad range of products. They might be a relatively young brand but there are decades and decades of history behind it and the quality behind each of their bags and leather goods shows it. Beyond Mission Mercantile as a brand, …
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on April 7th, 2020. We wanted to bring this episode back from the archives because we thought it fit in nicely with our current adventure/travel themed giveaway. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Zane Lamprey talking about how and why he started Adv3nture. …
 
Josh sits down with Wuru Wool founder Matt Disney. Wuru Wool is a relatively young function fashion and apparel company that’s been steadily growing its arsenal of high-quality merino wool goods. This isn’t the first time we’ve featured them on The ReddyYeti Podcast and since we last spoke they’ve been seriously upping the ante for what they have t…
 
Josh sits down with San Diego Hat Co. Managing Director Dan Cuffaro. San Diego Hat Co makes hats and accessories that bridge fashion and functional hats and accessories. Originally started in 1993, they were inspired when the original owners took a trip to Bali, Indonesia. They came in contact with a lot of artisans and handmade products and, after…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on February 13, 2017. Since Bradley Mountain is a part of our current giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Tyler Axtell talking about how and why he started Bradley Mountain. Josh sits down with …
 
Josh sits down with Allett Wallets co-owner Adam Muscat. Allett makes Ultra-Thin Wallets and leather accessories. You may have heard of them already as they happen to be the pioneers of the ultra-thin wallet trend, which they introduced in 1995. Surprisingly enough, Adam and his co-owner and sister, Bridget Muscat got their entrepreneurial spirit f…
 
Josh sits down with Ferrum Forge Knife Works co-founder Elliot Willamson. Ferrum Forge is a relatively young knife manufacturer that was started from the humble beginnings of Elliot's garage. Elliot was always drawn towards knives and for most of his life was considered the goto ‘knife guy’ when someone needed a sharp edge. After graduating from UC…
 
Josh sits down with nCamp Gear co-founder Dan Cuffaro. nCamp Gear makes outdoor goods focused on compact gear that elevates their experience to have the best possible time in the great outdoors. Interestingly enough, Dan began nCamp as part of his educational vocation. His journey began in industrial design as a product developer and after years of…
 
Josh sits down with Montem Outdoor Gear co-founder Joseph Passalacqua. Montem creates gear that was crafted with all the best parts of your favorite gear without any of the downsides and at a fraction of the cost. Although Passalacqua was born and raised in NYC he still was able to keep his passion for the outdoors alive especially after being intr…
 
Josh sits down with Survivor Filter founder Mark Zakaib. Survivor Filter is a water filtration manufacturer dedicated to building solutions to access to clean water in any outdoor, emergency, or travel situation. Surprisingly enough, Mark doesn't come from a business background. Before starting Survivor Filter his career was rooted in academia and …
 
Josh sits down with Lumos Helmet co-founder Eu-wen Ding. Lumos is a Singapore based company that makes helmets with built-in lights and LEDs to keep you illuminated while riding. As biking becomes more and more popular within cities, sharing the road with cars becomes more and more treacherous and Lumos Helmets’ response to this is making sure ever…
 
Josh sits down with Solo Stove CEO John Merris. Solo Stove is a lifestyle company that focuses on high-quality products that make life a little easier. They make stoves and fire pits perfect for anything from backyard living to camping (on any scale). Solo Stove started off as a single, simple and unique cooking stove and over the years slowly buil…
 
Josh sits down with Böker CEO Carsten Felix. Böker is a 300 year old blade manufacturer founded on history, passion, and tradition. Based in ‘The City of Blades’ they are the largest manufacturer for sporting and outdoor knives in europe. It’s rare that we have companies on here that are this old but there’s something to be said for those that stan…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on Dec 31st, 2018. Since Outdoor Vitals is a part of our current giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Tayson Whittaker talking about his journey in building Outdoor Vitals. Josh sits down with Ou…
 
Josh sits down with Loctote & Litelok founders Don Halpern (Loctote) and Neil Barron (Litelok). This week’s episode features two brands; Loctote makes extremely secure bags with a built in lock and Litelok makes premium lightweight bike locks. In the wake of success, Loctote reached out to Litelok to create a partnership to break into the North Ame…
 
Josh sits down with The Nue Co. co-founder Charlie Gower. The Nue Co. makes supplements that bridges alternative medicine and proven scientifically backed ingredients. Charlie and his wife and cofounder Jules, began Nue Co. to help improve people’s health whether that’s the health of their gut, skin or sleep. After getting fed up with mediocre synt…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on Sept 4, 2018. Since Two Wheel Gear is a part of our current bike gear giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with Owner Reid Hemsing talking about his journey in building Two Wheel Gear. Josh sits down with …
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on Oct 8, 2018. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with Priority Bicycles CMO/co-founder Connor Swegle talking about his journey in building Priority Bicycles. Josh sits down with Priority Bicycles CMO/co-founder Connor Swegle. Priority Bicycles was started to make bikin…
 
Josh sits down with Pale Blue Earth co-founder Tom Bishop. Pale Blue Earth makes USB rechargeable smart batteries. Though they may be a brand new brand, this lean startup is trying to push for a bigger change in their industry and aims to revolutionize how batteries are looked at. Single use batteries have long been something that people have clung…
 
Josh sits down with Adv3nture founder Zane Lamprey. Ad3nture is a brand making adventure gear for thirsty travelers. Ok, what does that even mean? That question might be easier to answer if you knew their founder a bit better and chances are you do! Zane Lamprey is a comedian, actor, editor, producer, and writer for television and movies, but NONE …
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on August 12th, 2018. With warmer weather right around the corner we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Shawn Huff talking about his journey in building Growlerwerks. Josh sits down with Growlerwerks co-fo…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on Nov 5th, 2018. Since Buffalo Jackson is a part of our current Adventure Travel giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Xan Hood talking about his journey in building Buffalo Jackson. Josh sits do…
 
Josh sits down with Wuru Wool founder Matt Disney. Wuru Wool is a premium merino wool apparel brand that was born while Disney was abroad and happened to stumble upon a merino wool blister prevention project. Really… it was that simple! BUT, the crazy part was how quickly the transition came from finding the hard facts on merino wool superiority, t…
 
Josh sits down with Coalition Snow founder Jennifer Gurecki. Coalition Snow is a Ski and Snowboard brand making top quality planks and boards for women. This happens to be Gurecki’s second time on the show and it’s no question that Coalition Snow has been on a serious upswing since we’ve had her on the show. Coalition Snow’s rise upward only gave h…
 
Josh sits down with Unit 1 co-founder Juan Garcia Mansilla. Unit 1 makes helmets that have detachable headphones built in, allowing you to listen to music and communicate with your friends on the mountain via their walkie-talkie app. We’ve all been there. You want to ride with the perfect soundtrack but, you’re not thrilled with the song that’s bum…
 
Josh sits down with Phoozy co-founder Kevin Conway. Phoozy makes protection for your mobile devices that was designed to withstand just about anything nature can throw at them. Conway and his partner, Josh Inglis started this up so that they could help empower outdoor enthusiasts to use technology to enhance their outdoor experience without having …
 
Josh sits down with Go Sili co-founder Stacey Feeley. Go Sili makes reusable, non-toxic, silicone based products as alternatives to plasticware. They aim to change the way consumers are using various consumer goods specifically in the table top industry. Though this is clearly an incredible win for reducing waste, Feeley and her co-founder Giuliana…
 
Josh sits down with FLŌA founder Fergie Miller. FLŌA is an activewear brand that gets its name from the norse word for flow and, it’s something that they try to embody with their base layers. Their designs may look sleek but, are technically driven and function focus, which is no surprise considering founder Fergie Miller, is a long time skier and …
 
Josh sits down with Green Goo co-founder Jodi Scott. Green goo is a plant-based medicinal body care company. Whether it’s first aid,, skin care, or self-care, Green Goo uses all natural ingredients that are effective and more importantly non-toxic. Jodi and her SisterJen, were both in a medical/health related field. Jen was an herbalist and midwife…
 
Josh sits down with TripOutside co-founder Reet Singh. TripOutside is a travel site created for outdoor enthusiasts who want to get outside, but don’t know where to start and make it super easy to book outdoor adventures. As an added bonus, they mindfully focus on excursions that have as little effect on the environment as possible. Having been lon…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on Feb 19, 2018. Since 4 FRNT Skis is a part of our current Ski + Snowboard giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with co-founder Matt Sterbenz talking about his journey in building 4 FRNT Skis. Josh sits down…
 
Josh sits down with Tru Flask co-founder Lad Makinde. Tru Flask is a brand that makes insulated bottles, tumblers, and coolers designed to keep your food or drinks the right temperature for way longer. Tru Flask originally started as co-founder Caleb’s passion project. He grew up outdoors and learned to love it wanting to work in the industry and c…
 
Josh sits down with Onli Travel co-founder David Logan. Onli Travel makes travel bags and systems designed to help you travel lighter and easier. Logan, has always been a huge travel at starting at a fairly young age, backpacking throughout Europe, and became no stranger to living briefly out of a suitcase. During his travels he realized technology…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on February 19, 2019. Since Untapped is a part of our current giveaway we wanted to bring this episode back from the archives. We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with co-founder Ted King talking about his journey in building Untapped. Josh sits down with UnTapped co-foun…
 
Josh sits down with California Cowboy founder Drew Clark. California Cowboy makes Innovative versions of short sleeve button downs and apres ski shirts. They exist to help you celebrate the togetherness of being outside and have even built some handy functions into the designs of their apparel that seriously capture that spirit. Clark grew up surfi…
 
Josh sits down with Caliper Foods co-founder Jeremy Goldstein. Caliper Foods makes an odorless and tasteless cannabinoid powder supplement that can be added to your beverages and meal. Caliper got its start in NYC in 2014 by Jeremy and his co founder Justin Singer. Justin’s Grandmother asked him to get her some type of cannabis product to help her …
 
Josh sits down with MountainFLOW founder Peter Arlein. Though it may not be something you think about frequently, the wax on your skis and snowboards doesn’t last forever and commonly ends up in snowpack, and eventually rivers and lakes. MountainFLOW makes plant-based 100% biodegradable ski and snowboard wax with the aim at creating a less impactfu…
 
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