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Photos Provided by Rebelle Rally The 2018 Rebelle Rally finished on October 20th in San Diego, CA. After driving more than 1600 miles off-road, navigating to over 234 check points across two states and two national parks, 84 competitors from 6 nations and 68 staff celebrated the finish.  Winners of the 4x4 class were Canadians Michelle Laframboise and Elise Racette tied with Americans Emme Hall and Rebecca Donaghe. Laframboise-Racette also won the International Cup while Hall-Donaghe were also winners of the Bone Stock with the their Jeep JL.     DMOS was proud to sponsor the Rebelle Rally which is...

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Blog by Ariella Spence Photos Provided by Rebelle Rally Anyone who has interacted with members of the outdoor community knows that women are tough, courageous and tremendously capable. And yet, despite their frequent accomplishments in the realm, women are still hugely underrepresented in the outdoors. Enter The Rebelle Rally, the first woman-only, off-road navigation competition, crossing approximately 2,000 kilometers of dirt roads, sand dunes and open desert, and designed for only the toughest chicks out there. Think it sounds like a breeze? Try no cell phones, no GPS, no electricity, and only one refuel each day. Nights are the only...

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The Teton Gravity Research crew discusses their upcoming feature film "Far Out" with the DMOS team, and how the Stealth shovel has helped up and comer Kai Jones with his growth as a Big Mountain Skier.

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Photography by Jo Savage On August 25th, 2017, after blowing through Latin America and the Caribbean, Hurricane Harvey made its way into Houston, Texas, devastating those who lived in the city and the surrounding areas. Tied with Hurricane Katrina as the most costly tropical storm in history, Harvey produced ruinous results. After flooding the streets with trillions of gallons of water, ripping apart establishments with 135 mile-per-hour winds, and destroying personal belongings, including nearly a million cars, 39,000 people were left homeless, and many more were left with soggy drywall and useless exoskeletons of what had previously been their homes....

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Photos Provided by Kent Spence Ask Kent Spence what his childhood was like and he’ll tell you that he spent it in the great outdoors. Born and raised in the small town of Riverton, Wyoming, Kent grew up hunting, fishing, backpacking, hiking and more, always seeking new adventures and, as he put it, always “exploring out in the sticks”. Raised the way Wyoming natives often are, Kent quickly found a passion for nature, developing a fervor for the outdoors that has proven to be a lifelong sentiment. Even now, as a lawyer of more than 30 years, Kent finds a...

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