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A Place To Have Fun: Mammoth Lakes, CA

A Place To Have Fun: Mammoth Lakes, CA

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A Place To Have Fun: Finger Lakes, New York

A Place To Have Fun: Finger Lakes, New York

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  • A Place To Have Fun: Downieville, California

    November 30 2020 – KETL Mtn.

    A Place To Have Fun: Downieville, California

    In Search Of Gold I’ve been picking my nose for years in search of gold. I have yet to find any, so I took my search to Downieville, CA instead. During the gold rush of the 1800s, Downieville was known for its vast mountains filled with gold, so much so, “it vied to become the new state capital of California.”...

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  • A Place To Have Fun: Moab, Utah

    November 03 2020 – KETL Mtn.

    A Place To Have Fun: Moab, Utah

    About a 4 hour drive from Salt Lake City, Moab is a world renowned mountain bike destination that was once called the "Uranium Capital of the World" in the 1950’s. But in the last decade or so it has become an outdoor mecca with seemingly endless rock climbing, 4x4'ing, hiking, road cycling, rafting & of course mountain biking.  We recently...

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  • High Country in Silverton and Coors for Breakfast

    August 31 2020 – Jeff Cayley

    High Country in Silverton and Coors for Breakfast

    One time some fun having lady told us our gear looked rad. So we sent her a gift card and she did precisely what is intended to do in our gear. HAVE FUN! In the words of Avra herself: "Damn Ketl, had a ruckus of a weekend in style!! Took on the high country of Silverton, did a little backcountry...

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  • The Design Process Behind the KETL Fairweather Gloves

    August 11 2020 – Jeff Cayley

    The Design Process Behind the KETL Fairweather Gloves

    When it came to designing our first pair of gloves since acquiring the brand, we set out to create a pair that balanced both breathability and durability. Something comfy and light but with a palm and craftsmanship that can withstand crashes. So many gloves on the market are flimsy, disposable, and useless after one dirt digger. Our MTB glove is...

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