We are honored to be featured in Outside Magazine's "The Absolute Minimum Clothes You Need For A Life Of Adventure." The article by Aaron Gulley lists his preferred clothing items for a year on the road. With limited space, Aaron carefully curated the items he takes with him in his vintage Air Stream Trailer. We are thrilled to be included in this packing list and especially proud of the below quote:
"I generally hate “travel” pants, but Clothing Arts Pickpocket Proof Adventure Travel Pants are trim-fitting cargos that are light enough for the desert but burly enough for hunting."
Check out the full article here!
Winston Aldworth, editor of the New Zealand Herald, reviewed our Cubed Travel Jacket and loved the multitude of pockets. Check out our favorite quotes below:
"Pockets are the key. This jacket has, at my rough estimate, about 186 different discrete pockets, which addresses one of the core concerns of modern urban explorers: how do I carry all this crap around and not look like a training centre for aspiring young muggers?"
"I feel smart wearing mine and happy knowing there's a slot for my passport, a pocket for my phone, one for a fistful of the local currency and another for the train card I'm always whipping out."
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We were very excited to have our New Women's Travel Wrap Skirt featured in the Huffington Post's "Travel Wear and Gear That Won't Crimp Your Style." The writer speaks of a childhood trip to Rome she took with her father where they were pick-pocketed on the streets. It was this experience that influenced her to travel smarter. We love the below quote!
"Best of all, the skirt packs well and offers numerous casual looks — from day time exploration to nights out in a new town."
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We were contacted a few months back by a team of U.S. Army Veterans gearing up for an overland expedition starting in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, continuing through North America, the jungles of Central America, and ending in Patagonia at the southern tip of South America (map below). The entire journey will be using specially designed motorcycles; the riders exposed to the elements. Their route takes them through all types climates and numerous logistic challenges. The journey has two goals: to film a documentary of their adventure, Where The Road Ends, and to raise awareness for the Lone Survivor Foundation.
Everything is being filmed by a team from the 982nd Combat Camera Company, a reserve unit of the US Army.
The expedition team liked the look & function of the light-weight, nylon clothes we create and our team is proud to see it put to the test on their journey.
In specific, our clothing will be used on the Darien Gap portion of the trip. It is 100 miles of untamed jungle between Panama and Colombia. This leg of the trip will arguably be the hardest and the only stretch of the 17,000 miles that does not have a road. Their specially designed off-road motorcycles will be put to the ultimate test. Our lightweight, versatile apparel will come in handy when the group reaches the Gap. The team recently visited the region to scout out a route. Check out some of the pictures below and watch the video here.
Now that the whole team has been geared up for the challenge, we look forward to watching these Vets pull off one of the greatest continuous motorcycle journeys ever attempted. We will check back with them in a later newsletter so stay tuned.
Watch the preview video here!
The Cubed Travel Jacket™ was recently reviewed by notable outdoorsman / traveler, Steve Mullen, on TrailSpace.com. This is one of the more in-depth reviews of the jacket. TrailSpace reviewers are known to put products through their paces and we're extremely proud to have earned 4.5 ★'s. If you have been thinking about upgrading to our jacket you might find this review informative.
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"Finally, a clothing company that understands that women want pockets too!"
The editors at SmarterTravel, one of the most trusted names in the travel industry, are raving over our new Travel Wrap Skirt! They review the newest travel clothing and accessories on the market with a 50 point scale based on overall travelability.
Our Skirt received an amazing 48/50 points! Here's a little preview.
"Cool Factor: 10/10. You’d seriously never guess that this skirt was hiding five pockets–it looks like a fashionable, every day skirt. The cut and design is very flattering, and would work for the office as well as travel!"
"Final Verdict: Ditch the purse for travel and get this skirt instead."
See the full review here!
TravelPulse, a source dedicated to providing breaking news in the travel industry, recently included our Cubed Travel Jacket™ in their "Best Winter Coats For Travel" story. Check out the full write-up below:
Noted explorer and CEO of Overland International, Scott Brady, field tests The Cubed Travel Jacket™ in Overland Journal's Winter Edition. Check out the full review below:
Travelers wearing our unique Pick-Pocket Proof ® Pockets have been busy stopping pick-pockets all over the world this year. The list includes four Continents and the Dominican Republic. Our team has mapped out the locations and how many thefts were prevented in each city. Paris takes the record this year (Rome was the winner in 2015) with five stopped pick-pockets. Rome and Barcelona take second with two each. Click over to our testimonial page to read all the real world traveler stories of Pick-Pockets vs Pick-Pocket Proof Pants ® !
It is with great pleasure that we announce Spud Hilton, travel editor for the San Francisco Chronicle, has selected The Cubed Travel Jacket™ for his travel gadgets and gear picks of 2016! We love that Spud loves our pockets!
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