Gription Gear: Exposing you to the coolest outdoor gear and info available. Welcome to Gear that GRIPS you!
We love the great outdoors and we love awesome technology that improves the outdoor experience. We share product reviews of our favorite outdoor gear, photos and videos of gear in action, and reviews of our favorite hikes in Utah and other cool places.
Our signature “grips” and “gripes” section in all our posts makes it easy for you to decide if certain gear is right for you, or if the next hike you take is one you’ll love or hate.
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-Your Fellow Griptioneers!
Griptioneer Mike | Product Development & Design
Design Design Design…. Griptioneer Mike just can’t get enough. He is fanatical about technology and designing new products.
Griptioneer Dan | Digital & Social Media Marketing
Griptioneer Dan loves to get out! Out of work, out of the house, and into the outdoors! He loves technology and awesome gadgets. He’s a devout Apple fan and an iPhone addict.
Griptioneer Andy | Sales and Marketing
The ‘real’ and down to earth Griptioneer. Andy is for sure your best friend and will tell it to you straight.
: to get and hold the interest or attention of (someone)
: the adhesive friction of an object on a surface on which it moves <the gription of a shoe on sandstone>
— grip·tion·eer noun
: A person who loves things that either provide excellent traction or that grips their attention
: A person who seeks awesomeness in all things
1. These new hiking boots have amazing gription!
2. Those griptioneers love finding out about the latest gear.
3. His story has a lot of gription.
It all started about two decades ago while camping in Southern Utah. As kids we went on an annual camping trip down south, usually to places near Moab, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef Utah. We would run up and down the sandstone rocks with endless energy, our shoes gripping the sandstone with ease. We felt like lizards, able to climb almost anything. We noticed the amazing grip and traction our shoes had as we climbed the red rocks. The word “Gription” was born and became a common part of our outdoor vocabulary.
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