We're beginning to see the light: SPRING CLEANING
It may still be snowing, but super blooms are here and those amazing family hikes aren't going to plan themselves. In this month's newsletter, we're diving into spring cleaning!
To us, spring cleaning means new adventures, fresh starts and remembering the fun of past seasons. Besides, there's no better way to love outside than to be organized, safe and well-outfitted when you head out. We've got some kid and adult-friendly tips to make the most out of the sloppy, snowy, socked-in days of spring.
KIDS DO THE DARNDEST THINGS
Between growth spurts, penguin-sliding down the mountain on their bellies and apres ski hot cocoa spills, the kids' outerwear has seen better days. Here are some tips on how to get more wears out of their gear, keep stuff out of the landfill and ensure they continue to #loveoutside.
- How to Remove 8 Common Stains from Kids Clothes
- Got a hole in it? Repair gear with $8 and 2 minutes with these incredible patches from Jackson, Wyoming
KEEP USING THAT TOWN HALL GEAR!
Problem 1: They have grown an inch since you bought their gear last fall.
Solution? Snip out those handy-dandy, red grow seam stitches in the cuff of the Mountain Town Winter Pant and Bib legs and the sleeves of the Mountain Town Winter Jacket and Around Town Cold Weather Jacket to add extra room!
Problem 2: We've snipped out the grow seams and it is time for some new Town Hall. These kids just won't stop growing!
Solution? Hand-Me-Up! Write your kiddo's name inside and pass it along to a sibling, friend or someone in need in your community. And stay tuned! We are rolling out our very own Hand-Me-Up Take Back Program in the coming months.
FOR GEAR THAT'S NEAR AND DEAR
Does your kiddo's bike still have dust from October's last slickrock Moab ride? Did you forget to empty the Goldfish and Jelly Beans out of the tent from your stunning New England camping trip last August?
- How to Clean Your Kids' Bike in Four Easy Steps
- How to Spring Clean Your Camping Gear
- How to Store Skis and Snowboard for the Summer
- Tidy Up Your Gear Storage