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With autumn in full swing and Christmas just around the corner, here’s a look at the hottest gear from several of Vista Outdoor’s iconic brands to outfit your adventures. (Photo: Vista Outdoor)
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Whether You’re Hunting, Fishing, Cycling, or Skiing, Vista Outdoor Has You Covered

With autumn in full swing and Christmas just around the corner, here’s a look at the hottest gear from several of Vista Outdoor’s iconic brands to outfit your adventures

man fly fishing with Simms gear

When it comes to playing outside, autumn is truly the most wonderful time of the year.

Opportunities abound for anyone who likes to hunt, fish, cycle, and even ski or snowboard now that flakes are falling and lifts are spinning. In some areas of the country, it’s possible to do them all on the same day.

No matter the activity, and no matter the location, Vista Outdoor Inc.’s brands have the gear that outdoor enthusiasts need to follow their passion and create unforgettable experiences. 

Below, we’ve included a few choice products for your favorite outdoor sports. Whether you’re a retailer looking to stock your store’s shelves with the newest must-have gear or a consumer looking for that perfect gift to buy yourself or someone else, the products in Vista Outdoor’s portfolio will keep you adventuring this autumn and beyond.

Bell Helmets took many of the same features from its popular XR Spherical helmet—including its “Deep Road” fit, ample venting, Fidlock buckle, Ionic+ antimicrobial comfort padding—to build the Falcon family of bike helmets that are both utilitarian and economic. Constructed with integrated Mips Evolve technology, these helmets were designed for day, night, dirt, pavement, and any two-wheel adventure you can throw at it. When the Falcons are released in January, they will include the Falcon XRV (with a visor) and Falcon XR (without a visor). The Falcon family’s features and options will perform in all conditions, making these helmets truly a one-and-done solution for your ride. Click here to learn more.

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The Bell Falcon with integrated Mips Evolve technology is designed for day and night riding on dirt, pavement, or anywhere in between. (Photo: Vista Outdoor)

Bushnell recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the advent of the laser rangefinder for hunters. To commemorate that milestone, Bushnell has unveiled the Broadhead Laser Rangefinder, the most precise laser rangefinder of its era. At its core, the Broadhead is tailored around short-range accuracy for archers who need to know exact distances. The Broadhead’s 0.3-yard accuracy has been tested to deliver consistent ranges on any target, such as 3D targets and animal hides, regardless of lighting or reflectivity. And combined with +/- one-degree angle accuracy, it leaves no doubt about a bowhunter’s precise range to target. Click here to learn more.

CamelBak knows you want to spend winter days shredding down the slopes, not worrying about your water supply, personal items, food, and more. The brand’s new line of Snow Hydration Packs—the SnoBlast 22, Powderhound 12, and Zoid—will leave you free to carve your place on the mountain. All three packs can carry your helmet and the two larger packs, SnoBlast and Powderhound, also can carry your skis or snowboard. CamelBak’s new SnowShield technology is built into the body of all packs, keeping your pack—and all its contents—clean and dry. The Therminator Harness surrounds your hydration tube with high-performance insulation to prevent your water from freezing, and the Lift Access Harness provides quick access to all your essentials. Click here to learn more.

three skiers in CamelBak backpacks
Whether you’re a retailer looking to stock your store’s shelves with the newest must-have gear or a consumer looking for that perfect gift to buy yourself or someone else, the products in Vista Outdoor’s portfolio will keep you adventuring this autumn and beyond. (Photo: Vista Outdoor)

Camp Chef has kicked it up a notch—yet again—with the release of its Woodwind Pro, a new wood pellet grill that speaks to control freaks and carefree cooks alike. If your dream grill includes more smoke and more bold flavor, then you’ll love playing around with the newly invented Smoke Box, which allows you to cook with wood pellets, wood chunks, wood chips, and even charcoal, and use the damper value to tailor your heat output. Try your hand at new methods such as cold smoking using the Fan Only Mode. Want something a little more casual? Simply fill your hopper and fire it up the pellet grill for that signature mild smoke taste. Click here to learn more.

Fox Racing recently announced its first product launch off the bike with the debut of men’s and women’s performance training apparel. The collection’s designs place athlete needs first, ensuring this apparel exceeds demands when training at their best, with features focused on mobility, breathability, and moisture wicking. With the launch of the performance training collection, Fox puts its 40-year history of design innovation to work but shifts its focus to create the most technically proficient training gear on the planet. The new collection gives athletes the opportunity to perform at their highest in preparation for whatever sport. Click here to learn more.

Giro Sport Design teamed up with another iconic brand, guitar and amp maker Fender, to create the Giro x Fender collection of ski goggles. For decades, the connection between music and the mountain lifestyle has run deep. This connection is not surprising. Both endeavors are dynamic forms of human creativity. Maybe more importantly, both pursuits are emotional experiences that put us in a state of flow. So Giro was beyond stoked to connect with one of the most amazing music brands of all time, Fender, to create a collection of goggles that celebrates the connection these two cultures share. This collab includes three models—Contour, Axis, and Method—with various lens and strap options. Click here to learn more.

QuietKat Electric Bikes has debuted the Ibex, available now only at quietkat.com. The new QuietKat Ibex represents the latest in full-suspension electric bicycles for hunting, fishing, camping, overlanding, and tactical applications. The all-new Ibex earned its name trekking over the highest peaks and steepest terrain. Built for life above the tree line, the Ibex deploys 4.8” CST Tires and the upgraded FireLink 4-Bar suspension in the rear, giving you 130mm of travel to command rocky and rugged terrain. Going off the grid? The Bafang Ultra-Drive motor delivers incredible power and performance while the massive 21ah battery provides extra range to push further into the backcountry. Click here to learn more.

Simms Fishing Products’ multi-award winning G3 Guide Stockingfoot Wader leans into its 20-year design and development history to yield the most performance-driven G3 to date. Compared to its predecessor, the new G3 boasts a 7.5 percent increase in tongue tear strength, a 23 percent increase in standard puncture resistance, an 84 percent increase in pinhole puncture resistance, all while increasing breathability by 33 percent. Built with a highly breathable 3-layer GORE-TEX Pro Shell upper, the secret to these radical increases in durability and performance is an all-new 4-layer GORE-TEX Pro Shell fabric package found in the lower portion of the wader. The G3 is available in men’s and women’s. Click here to learn more.

Stone Glacier’s newest tent, the Sky Solus, is an ultralight, four-season, freestanding shelter specialized for the solo alpine hunter. Built to withstand brutal mountain weather but incredibly nimble for pitching in steep, ultra-tight terrain, the Sky Solus crosses the line between a tent and a bivy to give hunters the perfect shelter for pursuing big game deep into the backcountry. The Solus combines innovative WebTruss construction with a compact footprint and a sleek profile to create a weatherproof fortress that can easily be pitched tight to windbreaks, in bony alpine pockets, and on steep slopes. The Solus maximizes usable space to provide ample room inside the tent for gear, sleeping, and sitting up to change layers. Click here to learn more.

Man with tent in the mountains
The Stone Glacier Sky Solus is an ultralight, four-season shelter designed for solo alpine hunters. (Photo: Vista Outdoor)

Drop us an email to learn more about Vista Outdoor and our brands. Media Contact: Eric Smith: 901-573-9156, media.relations@vistaoutdoor.com.


Vista Outdoor (NYSE: VSTO) is the parent company of more than three dozen renowned brands that design, manufacture and market sporting and outdoor products. We serve a broad and diverse range of consumers around the globe, including outdoor enthusiasts, golfers, cyclists, backyard grillers, campers, hunters, recreational shooters, athletes, as well as law enforcement and military professionals. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. For news and information, visit our website at vistaoutdoor.com.

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