Every year over 25,000 people and 1,300 vendors descend on Salt Lake City for the Outdoor Retailers Conference. Brands are eager to show off their new products and innovations. Right alongside some of the most advanced gear come some truly head scratching products that make you say, "What the F&*K?". Here at TGR we celebrate these oddities and have compiled a gallery of the Top 19 "WTF" Products from the Outdoor Retailers Conference.
What do you get when you mix gallons of PBR, pints, a table, and a ski town? The Gelande Quaffing Championships, that's what. Held at the base of JHMR, the annual drinking game sets two colorful, and rather beer-ful, teams of four against each other in a true competition of skill, speed, dexterity, and beer guzzling prowess. Frosty pints of beer are sent careening down a table only to be caught with finesse (or not) by a fellow athlete. The beer is then quickly deposited into the gut of the
Biking from Denver to Durango on The Colorado Trail is no easy feat. Its highest point is 13,271 feet above sea level and most of the already-challenging trail is above 10,000 feet. With detours, it took buddies Connor Johnson, Blake Finnerty and Paul Wirth 12 days to cover the slightly over 500 miles they calculated. Sound like your kind of fun? RELATED: The Three (And A Half) Types of Fun, Explained TGR caught up with Connor to hear more about the trip, know the stories behind his
Big wave surfer Ian Walsh loves nothing more than family barbecues, friends and sold out movie premieres for his new film Distance Between Dreams. And what better venue to pack with salty haired, sun kissed barnacles than the World Famous La Paloma Theater? Located one block from Moonlight State Beach, La Paloma opened its doors in 1928 and has become the staple for surf film premieres. I could go into a detailed review of the film, but you should save yourself the time and head over to Red