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  • evrgrn is gear for the casual camper
  • evrgrn is gear for the casual camper
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evrgrn is gear for the casual camper

Over 143 million Americans took to the great outdoors in 2014. But not everyone is a fan of sleeping in a bivvy bag. For some, camping means Coachella, and a hike is a good excuse for a catch-up. 'Mountain man’ brand REI has launched evrgrn – a line of gear that's perfect for the casual camper.



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