Polish Stuff - Camping gear
In 2011, Poler Stuff's creator, Benji Wagner, faced a dilemma. He loved the outdoor lifestyle, and his professional life he filmed advertising material for larger companies with a focus on the outdoors, camping and mountaineering. But he felt that his employers did not understand him or his friends' approach to outdoor clothing and the associated equipment. Images of soulful, beautiful adventurers scouting out epic mountain vistas simply didn't jive with Benji Wagner's more raw and urban approach to camping, hiking and travel. Wanger and Poler Stuff is therefore based on the belief that you don't need waterproof spandex panties to be able to drink hot lumumba at a campfire . So he, and two collaborators, created Poler Stuff, a camping and travel brand aimed at urban-based adventurers who don't require an executive salary to buy into. In short, Poler Outdoor Stuff is a brand created to merge the gap between fashion, action sports and traditional outdoor activities, as one must recognize that a modern active outdoor lifestyle includes both. Poler produces clothing and equipment for "roamers and seekers", gear that is both fun and functional - and suitable for daily use in the city as well as your next trip in nature. At Packyard we always have a wide selection of Poler Outdoor Stuff and we encourage you to stop by the store in Elmegade and test the legendary The Napsack, which will make your next camping trip, festival, surfing trip an even more fun and pleasant experience. #campvibes
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Benji Wagner funded the start of Poler Outdoor Stuff himself and worked out of his home to produce the debut line of tents, T-shirts and sleeping bags. Fun products like "The Man Tent" promised plenty of space for a round of yoga and have an eye-shaped window looking up at the starry sky. "The Wunder Bundler", was a foldable thermal pad that can keep a six-pack cold or a burrito warm. "The Napsack", Poler's durable jacket bag (yes, a sleeping bag that can be changed into a nice, warm jacket). The fun, functional approach to outdoor sparked a cult following in hometown Portland (USA), and the popularity and size of Poler's collections grew big and strong.