THE OUTSIDER BY KÜHL
The Outsider by KÜHL is not just about being in the outdoors – it’s about innovators who embody and embrace fearless independence and rebellion, people who take risks chasing their creative dreams. We traveled the Outlaw Trail to capture the stories of visionary talents who surpass the ordinary to create the extraordinary. These artists and craftsmen and women are pioneers of innovation and rebels against the mundane. These are The Outsiders.
Boulder Outdoor Survival School Learning primitive skills and testing your boundaries
Doing it Their Way The Great Old Broads for Wilderness
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The Warrior & The Artist
“I believe life shows you what you’re supposed to do pretty early on if you’re paying attention.” KÜHL took notes on our visit with Charly Mann, Owner of Mann Made Knives.
Heroes & Horses
“…there are holes in my soul,” said Svejcar. “For the past 10 years I’ve been trying to fill those holes with stuff – whether it be drinking or physical objects or activities – and what I found was that I don’t need to fill those holes with any thing. They’re a part of who I am.”
The Lightweight Sweater with Stretch
This soft, lightweight sweater is constructed of 100% Polyester for breathability, wicking, and comfort. Articulated 5-panel sleeves allow a broad range of motion while KÜHL signature thumb loops keep you warm when gloves are too much. DYNAMIK™ contrast stitching. UPF 15 adds a layer of sun protection so you can keep your hands dry for the climbing wall.
A Layering Essential
Created with larger baffles at the core and a streamlined and sophisticated look, the Spyfire Vest provides added warmth where you need it most. Durable water resistant softshell shoulders protect from rough and heavy loads. 800-Fill Goose Down insulation for ultimate warmth-to-weight ratio. Lightweight nylon topsheet resists tears, water, and wind.
“Whether ranching, mining or farming: The American west required hard labor, self-reliance and clothing rugged enough to match. The clothing to match the frontier became an American icon – blue jeans.”
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