Welcome to the new TrekLightGear.com!

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As you've certainly noticed by now, the all new TrekLightGear.com is here and I couldn't be happier to see it come to life. We'll be keeping a lookout for any issues that arise, but please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any problems placing an order or notice any broken links, missing text or anything else whether large or small.

Now that the site is live, expect to see a number of tweaks and new content as we settle in to our home. We'll be adding new pictures, videos and more and I'll be doing my best to find some time to update the blog in the early days of the new site.

Once things are settled, we'll be working to keep the Trek Life content flowing and give you a good reason to bookmark us and visit us often. If you're interested in blogging about environmental news, outdoor gear, or even just sharing some stories and pictures about how you use your Trek Light Gear, drop me a line. I'd love to have some guest bloggers contribute and help shape the future of the Trek Life blog, so please let me know if you're interested.

If you haven't yet visited the Forum, please go ahead and create an account and contribute by starting a conversation or joining an existing one. We'll definitely find ways to reward our early and frequent contributors, without people like you the community won't grow. I'm looking forward to watching our new home at TrekLightGear.com evolve and grow in 2008.

Seth Haber - Founder, CEO
Seth Haber - Founder, CEO

Over 15 years ago I started a small business with the goal of making the world a better place one hammock at a time. Thanks for reading and being part of this incredible community - never stop paying it forward.

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