Sea to Summit
Mystery Ranch recently contracted with Sea to Summit for distribution in Australia. Alex Kutches, VP of sales for the pack brand, says finding a trusted partner that understands a new market will increase the chance of expansion success.
Sea to Summit’s new ultralight shelter series is shaking up the tent category
How limit-pushing expeditions—and a little bit of healthy scorn—lead to limit-pushing gear for Sea to Summit
Roland Tyson built Sea to Summit from a one-man shop based in his bedroom to the lauded international brand it is today
The new line from OXO, part of Helen of Troy’s Housewares division, will be sold exclusively at REI starting this month
Mountaineer Andrew Alexander King discusses how he challenges outdoor brands to do better when it comes to athlete ambassadorships
Two new products coming this spring, the Alto and the Telos, mark Sea to Summit's first foray into lightweight tent production
A healthy trade organization is key to a healthy industry. How has the pandemic affected Outdoor Industry Association, and how will OIA fare in the future?
Andrew and Shelley Dunbar have owned Sea to Summit distribution in North America for 22 years. Now the Australian company is bringing it back under the global umbrella
What was it Abraham Lincoln said about a house divided? When a vendor’s internal channels compete, everybody loses—but when they work as a team, businesses thrive
Shelley and Andrew Dunbar, owners of Sea to Summit’s North American distribution, have purchased the Boulder, Colorado, outdoor shop out of bankruptcy, and plan to bring it back to its former glory days as one of the most beloved, iconic, and authentic outdoor shops in the country