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These past few weeks, our team at Big Agnes has been in the same dazed and confused state as the rest of the world, wondering how each day will unfold as we work from home, eager to get back outside. On Monday April 13th, we received a company-wide

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Big Agnes Introduces 2020 Apparel Collection with a Focus on Sustainability and Performance

Company News
Big Agnes, the Steamboat Springs-based outdoor brand, announces a redesign of its 2020 Apparel Collection. Already recognized as a leader in product innovation and responsible sourcing, the new apparel collection will use highly durable, abrasion resistant, performance-oriented materials, many of which are bluesign® Certified. The entire collection features new styles and color ways with designs targeted to specific activities and consumer needs. Read the rest

Giving Back With A Little Dirt and Mud Under Our Nails

Sponsorship and Non-Profit
Our product designers and developers, our product-testing ambassadors and many of our other employees have traveled the CDT and have been inspired by star-filled nights dreaming of ways to evolve camping gear. We thought it was about time that we paid it forward by not only giving monetary help to these non-profits but by actually getting dirt under our fingernails and putting our backs into some trail maintenance. Read the rest

Big Agnes to Celebrate Retirement of Longtime Sales Director Garth Evans

Company News
Garth Evans, longtime sales director at camping equipment brand Big Agnes and a fixture in the outdoor industry, easily recognizable for his signature handlebar mustache, is retiring. During his tenure, Big Agnes has grown into a global brand and successfully launched new categories including tents and shelters, apparel and camp furniture. The company is planning a roast in his honor at its annual holiday party. Read the rest

Our Commitment to the Trail

Sponsorship and Non-Profit
You probably know that the Continental Divide Trail is close to our hearts, and geographically it’s located right in our backyard. We found ourselves recreating on the CDT through enough summers to wonder how we could help maintain it. The first step was adopting a portion of the trail to call our own, then comes the responsibility of maintaining it. Read the rest