At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Utilizing renewable technology, Mountain Designs offer multi-functional outdoor gear that encourages an adventurist attitude and visionary spirit. 

Recycling Waste to Make Quality Outdoor Gear

The Dyrt team were blown-away by Mountain Designs sustainable gear at this summer’s Outdoor Retailer market.

Mountain Designs is focused on reusing waste in order to reduce our impact on the planet.

For instance they use Seawool, an eco-conscious fabric is made from oyster shells from the food industry ground to powder then mixed with plastic pellets made from recycled PET plastic bottles. The end result: a fabric soft to the touch, quick-drying, and that naturally stops odor-causing bacteria from growing on the fabric.

Another innovative fabric from Mountain Designs is their MD ECO down. With ethically sourced 600-fill power duck down (70%) blended with recycled coffee bean fiber (30%), this down fill is just as effective but has less of an impact on the planet.





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  • Daniel Beatty

    Daniel Beatty

    Daniel's mission is to inspire others to explore outdoors. He's a firm believer that, "the best views in this world aren't from your hotel balcony, they're from your tent." With expertise in digital storytelling and outdoor experiences, Daniel is able to craft unique stories around gear, trips, and outdoor tips.