Josh sits down with Static Climbing founder Taylor Carpenter. Static Climbing is a company that came to Taylor organically in 2013 and soon became a full fledged company only a year later. Every step of Static Climbing’s production revolves around locality, from materials down to artists and designers. Tune is as Taylor shares the story of how she stumbled upon the name of Static Climbing, immersed herself in the climbing community, how she fell into her company and how it soon became an extension of herself.
Josh and Matt talk about some updates with the ReddyYeti Membership including a referral program. Since we started the ReddyYeti Podcast we have been dedicated to telling the story behind countless startups. In this episode of our podcast we open up to you about what it’s been like dealing with the trials and tribulations of building and growing the ReddyYeti Membership.
Josh sits down with Tree Tribe co-founder Joe Lannen. With the wave of social enterprise that is starting to sweep over the outdoor industry, Tree Tribe stands tall, changing what you think when you hear oak-leys. Tree Tribe is a brand that uses eco-friendly materials and manufacturing for their products and plants 10 trees for every sale. Joe had originally gotten the idea while working remotely in Shang Mai, Thailand and it wasn’t long until Tree Tribe was born. Since then he and his team of five have been 100% uncompromising with sustainability. Join the Tree Tribe and listen to the story of how Joe Lannen discovered and developed his brand.
Josh sits down with Green Traveler founder James Robinson. The idea of Green Traveler came to James in response to a problem he faced time and time again, carrying/containing food. After become fed up with heavy, easily-breakable, mason jars, he began design and prototyping a new container that could keep food separate and was liquid tight to prevent any nasty spills. Before long, Green Traveler was born as a reusable, liquid tight, container that doesn’t just keep food safe but, also keeps everything else safe from potential spills. Since then, Green Traveler has further evolved to become a perfect container for anything and any adventure, with it’s liquid tight seal being equally optimal to protect even your cell phone.
Josh sits down with Adventure Mat co -founder Ralph Kuhlmeier. To no surprise many of the best inventions and ideas are born through necessity. For Ralph Kulhmeier, Adventure Mat is no different. During a long road trip, Ralph got fed up with dirty socks and no proper place to change in the backcountry. Fast forward a year and Adventure Mat is born, bringing a clean slate (literally) to the outdoor sport industry. Join us in this week’s podcast and we chat about how Ralph came up with such a simple solution to a seemingly inevitable problem.