When it comes to living in civilized society, it doesn’t really matter what you wear; protective clothing is sometimes needed, but not absolutely essential when walking from your car to your front door.
But when it comes to outdoor activities, you will definitely want outdoor clothing that can shield you from the harshest of Nature’s elements. According to Statista, the top most popular outdoor activities in 2012 were hiking, camping, biking, and fishing.
Fishing is one of those sports that involves a lot of time, patience, and gear. The worldwide fishing industry employs an estimated 200 million people, and generates $80 billion a year — but commercial fishing isn’t what you’re after today. Instead, you’re ready to take the fam
We’re well into hiking season by now and clothing stores across Canada are displaying their most promising, practical, and trending 2014 outdoor gear. The Canadian retail clothing industry generates over $260 million in annual revenue — and this is all thanks to those outdoor enthusiasts.
This outdoor clothing industry owes it’s success partly from wilderness activism. Wilderness activism is a movement that strives to preserve wildlife and green spaces (such as national and state parks); those who are wilderness activists strive for sustainability and conservation while still appreciating and exploring the land and utili