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Built on Passion

We catalog the experience of CEOs, founders, and entrepreneurs in the outdoor, fitness, and wellness industry. All of them have a story to tell. This podcast focuses on a different kind of adventure.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 31, 2018

Josh sits down with Drew & Matt and talks about some of our favorite brands from outdoor retailer 2018. In this week's podcast the ReddyYeti team sits down and talks about  some of their favorite brands of Outdoor Retailer 2018. Thousands of outdoor brands, 2 lost bags and, a red eye later and we’re back with some of our ultimate favorite brands of Outdoor Retailer 2018!

Jul 24, 2018

Josh sits down with ODD founder Andrew Wheatley & Tim Sherry. ODD is a bag company that makes a bag that can transform into the perfect pack for your everyday needs whether it’s commuting, travel, day trips, or long wild hikes. Co-founders Dana Buice, Tim Sherry, and Andrew Wheatley began to build ODD as a grad school project. With an incredible team synergy and a never before seen product idea, their modest project soon snowballed into something truly unique; a one-of-a-kind, and game changing bags for those adventure inbetweeners stuck on the 9-5 grind during the week who ditch the day to day monotony and escape into nature on the weekends. Now their dynamite eco-friendly swappable adventure backpack system is on the rise. Where they’ll end up? Well, you’ll have to hear their story to find out!

Jul 17, 2018

Josh sits down with Roav Eyewear founder Max Greenberg. Roav Eyewear isn’t your average run-of-the-mill sunglasses brand. They’re responsible for creating of the world’s thinnest folding sunglasses, and idea that Greenberg originally came up with roughly a decade before the first prototype. After iteration and iteration, Roav’s first pair of sunglasses were born shortly after Greenberg finished school and reached a milestone of over half a million sales in the first year, alone. it’s safe to say that Roav is destined for great things in the coming future and we’re STOKED to see what comes next!

Jul 10, 2018

Josh sits down with Outdoor Ninja founder Janisha Anand. Outdoor Ninja is an app that connects you with personally tailored adventures based on a set of variables and rewards you for your discoveries. Anand, has been an outdoor enthusiast for decades but, after countless journeys she found herself struggling to find new ideas for adventures. With much contemplation and coming from a background in machine learning, she soon found herself with a vision to create a resource for the wanderlust and adventure seekers a platform that would suggest adventures catered to those looking for a new trek or hike. The idea originally stemming from what Netflix and Amazon utilizes to suggest products or shows that might captivate you, all based around machine learning and and past purchases/views (in the case of Outdoor Ninja past experiences). Having JUST launched their crowdfunding, Outdoor Ninja is swiftly climbing the charts and is ready to make waves in the outdoor technology world.

Jul 3, 2018

Josh sits down with Farm To Feet Marketing VP David Petri. Farm To Feet was launched by Nester Hosiery in 2013 with one mission; to delivery the highest quality outdoor performance socks using 100% American materials and manufacturing. One of the more remarkable aspects of Farm To Feet is the existing infrastructure that made it possible for them to produce their own products and, more importantly, reduce emissions produced from shipping materials and products back and forth. To add on to that, Farm To Feet’s available infrastructure has set them up to produce an incredible progressive functional design for added comfort while being wrapped in a gorgeous aesthetic. One thing is for certain, Farm To Feet is primed for big things.

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