Check out this awesome video of Baffin’s own Mark Hubner​ exploring the outdoors on an expedition around Lake Ontario while raising money for Amici Camping Charity​. Mark is joined by his brother Brent Hubner​, and the two members of A for Adventure, Jan and Chris,​ on this exciting journey. All participants dressed head to toe in Baffin apparel to keep them warm throughout their entire adventure.
Starting Point: Baffin, Stoney Creek, ON, Canada.
Current Location: Wolcott, NY, United States.
If you wish to see daily updates on this expedition follow @baffinworldwide on instagram.

If you would like to donate, click the link below.
https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/donate.aspx?eventid=108005&langpref=en-CA&Referrer=http://amicicharity.org/donate-now/

This video was created by: Brandon Di Luca Films​

Happy New Year Everyone!

We hope you all had a great holiday and that Santa brought you some new Baffin gear to prepare you for this cold Winter season we dive deeper into!

With temperatures deep in the negatives this month, here is a boot review that comes to us from Tales of Mommyhood! Out in Ottawa, ON this month, temperatures sat around -18°C, which provided the perfect testing grounds for Baffin’s Chloe boots.

Click here to read the full review on talesofmommyhood.com

Enjoy and stay warm!

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If it is possible to be in love with a pair of pac boots, then I am in love with the Baffin Shackleton boots.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAnd let me give you an example of just why these are incredible. A typical day for me in the mountains starts out with an hour of snow shoveling/snow blowing. Then walking the dogs and a quick ride before work. Now my typical morning temps can be anywhere from -15 to +15°F high up in the mountains. I have owned other pac boots like Sorels and Kamiks, neither would keep my toes from going numb after 20 minutes outside. I have spent hours and hours in the cold with these amazing Baffin Shackleton boots and not had cold feet.  Frankly they are amazing.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOne sport that gets my feet colder than anything else is fat biking. Since there is no impact on your feet they tend to go numb easy. I have been on tons of rides where my feet normally would have gone numb. But not with these boots. The sole has an aggressive tread which sticks to my platform pedals like glue.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Shackleton has a rubber lower with a leather upper.  The laces run through sturdy d-rings and are adjusted with a cord lock. The cord lock is great, I have a pair of mountaineering boots that the laces always loosen up on. There is nothing worse than to take your gloves off to fiddle with snow covered laces. This is never a problem with the Baffin cord lock system.

Read the full blog here: http://robonza.blogspot.ca/2014/12/review-baffin-shackleton-boots.html

For more information about Baffin’s Shackleton boots: http://www.baffin.com/product-p/polam006.htm

With less than a month to go, the holiday craze has officially begun!

Whether you’ve already begun your holiday shopping, or leave it right until the end, Get Out There Magazine has got exactly what you need!

Checkout this Holiday Gift Guide featuring Baffin PACKables, for some great gift ideas for everyone on your list!

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