LONG ISLAND, N.Y. – Red Hook Outdoors may be a new outdoors store, that promises “the very best outdoors equipment and accessories available today at incomparably low pricing,” but what really stands out is the New York attitude and a healthy respect for survival.
That said, shoppers have to appreciate the idea that camping and the outdoors are not just fun and frolicking, but some serious business. For instance, Red Hook’s new expanded camping section has a pretty interesting goal: “Provide an even greater spread for campers serious about obtaining tactical gear before the weather starts to warm.”
While the mixing tactical gear and campers often comes off as odd, for an outdoors store, this New York retailer seems to have a long prepper streak and probably a military background at its core. In fact, in its announcement about an expanded camping section, Red Hook management is pretty clear that camping and survival go hand in hand.
“Cognizant of the fact that a fun camping trip can turn incredibly dangerous if campers are not equipped with the proper tools and equipment, Red Hook Outdoors is keeping their camping gear and accessories pricing low so everyone can have a chance to go camping in 2017,” it announced.
With that, consumers can shop for tents and and night vision at the same time.
Need more proof about the prepper sensibility? The CEO refuses to give his last name in his own press release promoting his low prices.
“So many people dream of experiencing nature firsthand while camping, but shy away from the pursuit for fear of the hefty product pricing,” said Chris, founder and Owner of Red Hook Outdoors. “We’re here to change that notion and show everyone it’s possible to camp just about anywhere with our backpacks, fuel, gear, accessories, and more.”
Red Hook Outdoors carries camping backpacks, bags, small backpacks, cookware, personal care, safety items, sleeping gear, stoves, fuel, tents, and tenting accessories. Additionally, it offers survival and tactical gear for dangerous and unforeseen camping situations, as well as clothing, footwear, and other insulated camping apparel for staying warm during cold mountain nights.
“We have the absolute latest in personal stoves, portable barbecues, and camping cookware to allow even the barest of bone campers to whip up a delicious, natural outdoorsy meal,” said Chris. “Plus, our medical kits will keep everyone safe from infections and cuts out on the trail. Camping is one of the most rewarding experiences out there, but it shouldn’t be attempted without the proper equipment!”
Again with the camping and survival comparisons. It would be easy to say fuhgeddaboutit, but the product selection is impressive (including the survival gear and survival food sections) and prices are worth considering.
For more information, visit: http://www.redhookoutdoors.com.