RANGE Magazine Issue Two features editorial content with a unique, on-trend voice that speaks to the past, present and future of the outdoor industry as a whole. Not just products and design, but also marketing and communication, retail space and concept creation. Offering seasonal-inspired brand features, lifestyle articles and photo essays, this issue encourages readers to find creativity and adventure in the outdoors year-round. Art Directed by Joel Speasmaker of Forest Studio, Issue Two also features original illustrations and photography, emphasizing this winter’s go-to outdoor apparel, gear and tech products.

RANGE teamed up with numerous creative contributors for Issue Two, including outdoor lifestyle photographer Meg Haywood Sullivan, who shot the Winter 2015 cover photo. The photo was taken while Meg was chasing chest-deep powder in the Japanese Alps with Ryland Bell and Ralph Backstrom, two big mountain riders. RANGE also partnered with Victoria Masters and Dave Sutton of Stadiums & Shrines, an extraordinary site finding the connection between vision and sound. The couple set out on a Venture Out-sponsored road trip through New Zealand, documenting their travels through photography and playlists, which are featured in Issue Two.

The Winter 2015 issue of RANGE Magazine also features artwork from photographers Jennifer Puno, Mike Persico, Max Lowe and Alyssa Larson, as well as illustrations by Nick Zegel, Seth Neilson, Obi Kaufman and Shelby Ling.

Sponsorship + Stockists

Issue Two of RANGE Magazine was made possible by title sponsor CORDURA®, who inspired our lifestyle in photo shoot in Philly, as well as several other active lifestyle brand sponsors, including Venture Out, Bogs, Struktur Event and many more.

Westerlind, a boutique outdoor shop offering gear and apparel from around the world, sponsored the back cover of the new RANGE Magazine and will have issues available at their New York City retail store and Powder Mountain pop-up shop. A copy of the magazine will also be included in all Westerlind online orders and shipped to their partnered retailers. Creator of made-to-order lifestyle bags, Timbuk2, will also carry Issue Two in their San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver and Toronto stores, as well as their upcoming Portland, OR shop. Additionally, Snow Peak, manufacturer of high-quality outdoor lifestyle products, will have copies of the magazine in the Portland, OR retail store.