This tiny house is a recurring presence at the Outdoor Research booth each year. Attendees can take a seat inside while they get a look at upcoming products.
To help highlight its new line of boardshorts, surf brand Reef—out of La Jolla, California—erected a colorful lifeguard stand.
We recently got a sneak peek at Thule’s new line of hiking and bike packs. But the brand’s booth featured a throwback: Thule’s first-ever ski rack, which was made in 1963, adorning a 1965 Volvo Amazon.
United by Blue always has one of the trendiest booths at the show. This year it rolled in live trees and an A-frame house.
One of the most impressive displays was Igloo’s VW bus, customized to look like its classic red and white Playmate cooler.
Yes, that is a bouldering wall. The North Face built one on the showroom floor, where athletes like Alex Honnold and Conrad Anker gave climbing demos.