One of our Friends of Rheos, Duluth Pack has designed American made backpacks since the 1800s. Learn more about this company's background and see if Duluth Pack and Rheos floating sunglasses are a fit for you. Read More
If you’re anything like me, you love traveling… but not the coordination, navigation and planning. As much as I love to be spontaneous, I inevitably forget socks and toothbrushes, get confused by the navigation signs and post the wrong tags with my Instagram photos. So whether I am walking the jewelry markets of Jaipur or flying to Miami for some low time of the beach, it’s easy to stress when the signs are all confusing, or when people try to force me to buy things at “tourist rates.” Thankfully with a smartphone, things get easier. I now have travel apps that take care of virtually every detail of my trip that I had to fumble with earlier. They’re a lot less likely to fail, and even better when you use them together. Read More
In the heart of Southern Appalachia Black Balsam Knob is a favorite along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside of Asheville, North Carolina. The hiking options are a plentiful for those that are looking to witness some spectacular sunrises and sunsets (but honestly, who isn't?). Read More
The best part about a volcanic eruption is that more than 7,000 years later the remnants can leave behind something as stunningly gorgeous as Crater Lake. Learn more about this iconic location from our friend Shronda (@shondra_martin). Read More
The North Chick (short for Chickamauga) Blue Hole is a great place to splash around and escape the heat that hits the Chattanooga area during the summer months and is a great fall and winter escape in the heart of south eastern Tennessee. Learn more about the Blue Hole Chattanooga from our friend Emily (@emilylesterphotography). Read More
Tropical Travel Girl Explores the world with her Rheos along on her globe-trotting adventures. You can view the full gear review on her website with some of our favorite portions including the photos of her and her husband enjoying them in Greece and other areas. Read More
Not too far from Atlanta, camping at Raven Cliff Falls is the perfect escape for a quick weekend trip. Learn more about this beautiful weekend camp and hike spot that feels a world away from the city. What's the must do and see here?
One of our Friends of Rheos, LidsLash is a brilliant sunglasses holder that keeps your shades secured snugly to your hat. Yet another way to protect your shades with loss prevention. Learn more about this company's background and see if LidsLash and Rheos floating sunglasses are a fit for you. Read More
Along the Georgia coastline, in between Savannah and St. Simons Island, is the barrier island Sapelo. Sapelo Island beaches are full of natural beauty and adventure, yet because Sapelo is undeveloped, visiting can be difficult. Learn more about the island and how to visit from Elaine Elliot.
Choose your own adventure with this National Parks infographic! If you're not sure which park is right for you or your next trip, follow along the path and see where adventure leads you.
There's something unmistakably magical about your first time camping. Whether you're a small child masquerading as a fearless pioneer, or a "grown up" feeling small looking up at the wide open skies, nothing can replace that first time feeling. Well, except maybe for a lifetime of camping adventures. Check out a beautiful first time camping story below from our very own Ben Sarbucker. Read More