This month, Sea to Summit is exhibiting at a couple of boat shows in different US States. I was fortunate enough to go along to one of them – it’s really interesting to have the opportunity to speak with boaters / kayakers / canoeists and learn from their perceptions and experiences. Here (in no particular … Continue reading Reflections on the water – notes from a consumer boat show
Picture this: you’re at a produce market in Denia, Spain. Beautiful warm temperatures; shorts-and-T-shirt weather. On all sides, fruit and vegetables are piled high in colorful profusion – ideal ingredients for a dinner on the patio back at the condo you’ve rented. If only you could carry them home… From out of the pocket of … Continue reading Ultra-Sil™ on the Go – a fabric story
I’ve been very lucky: in the twenty years I’ve spent in the Outdoor business, I’ve met and worked with some truly great product developers, fabric technologists, journalists and – last but not least – designers from a slew of countries.
And I’m extremely lucky that this journey has led to me working at Sea to Summit. Lucky because Sea to Summit has a product lineup which features a huge array of technologies and constructional details (more than enough to captivate my interest), and lucky, too because Sea to Summit places a very high value on making the technical and functional details behind those products available to everyone.