From the Inaugural Edition of Women Who Rock the Rockies 2015. Since that time Shrewdly has grown. Here is what we had to say then. Satisfying a niche and fulfilling a demand is exactly what Shredly’s owner Ashley Rankin did after recognizing the lack of stylish, fun and feminine biking and sportswear for women. They say that black goes with everything but after a while … Continue reading Shredly – Fun, Pretty, Functional Bike and Outdoor Wear
We are raving over a belt we recently discovered that is simple, functional and just might become the belt you reach for on a daily basis. Jelt Belt is the brainchild of Bozeman, Montana native Jen Perry. She wanted to invent something that anyone can wear, with fashion in mind, while creating jobs and empowering underserved women in her state. The belt and packaging is … Continue reading Jelt Belt – You will feel good about this belt every time you put it on
After many years of fishing with men’s gear in a “sportmen’s” world, April Archer began to notice a problem – not just with the lack of products made for women but also for lack of respect given to women for their skills, passion and love of the sport. She turned frustration into opportunity when she began to see that with smart beautiful products and a … Continue reading Flyrods for Women – SaraBella Fishing
Hiking in FiveFingers. It was something that up until recently I could never imagine. I had run, walked, worked, paddleboarded, and kayaked in various pairs. When I got my pair of Spyridons in the Spring I started to feel I could do more in them. Of course I couldn’t do more at first because I got them right after my shoulder surgery. I could only walk. I was … Continue reading Gear Checking: Vibram FiveFingers Spyridon
I was recently invited to participate in the Merrell Down & Dirty National Mud Run & Obstacle Series Denver race. I had to give it a little thought. A mud event…. I have seen pics and heard some really fun stories. I am in pretty decent shape but I am not a runner, I am a biker so that was one mark against this event. … Continue reading Down & Dirty with Merrell’s National Mud Run – I’m In!
I love to fly fish and I recently had the opportunity to visit the Orvis Flagship Store in Manchester, VT and took a tour of the Fly Rod manufacturing facility which is an experience not to be missed! While not an expert at casting a fly rod, (I still fish like a girl) I started to learn about this sport when I moved to Steamboat … Continue reading Fly Fishing My Way – An Orvis Experience
BraveSkiMom.com – This winter, I became an official “Bad Ass” – A Mountain Khakis “Bad Ass” Ambassador. Now, in my house words like “ass” are generally frowned upon, although our younger son enjoys making the case that ass is an acceptable word because it’s in the Bible. This argument does have some merit – but only as long as my son is referring to livestock and not … Continue reading Built for the Mountain Life: Mountain Khakis