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After being delayed for 17 days, navigating through ice fields by boat, avoiding massive crevasses, traversing glaciers and battling shiver-inducing temperatures, Mike Libecki and his brother Andy summited Bear Fang Tower in remote Greenland.

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Running for a Cause

Damien Peraino was always involved in contact sports growing up, like hockey, football and wrestling. It wasn't until a few years ago that he began running 5Ks with a friend. This same friend then challenged him to a triathlon in the spring. After crossing the finish line, Damien was hooked! Even more than racing to beat his friend, he latched onto the individual competition - trying to beat himself! He’s been working on improving his PR and jamming it out, race after race since then!

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For those of you rugged enough to work in industry, we’ve got socks that will help you get the job done. Our patented Ultimax® moisture-moving technology ensures you won’t have any sweat build-up on the job or foot odor when you’re off the clock. Features like a seamless toe closure and extra shin padding will help you last comfortably through a 12-hour shift.

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Your K9 Adventure Companion Guide

Early fall is the perfect time to go camping. The air is crisp, the leaves are just starting to turn, but there’s still a summery warmth in the breeze. And who better to accompany you than man’s best friend?

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There’s nothing more American than football. Pair that with an authentic American Made pair of socks from Wigwam, and you have a winning tailgate combination. We’ve chosen some of our favorite socks to pair with team-inspired outfits for any game day in the Midwest. Keep your feet warm and comfy this season and do it in style! Be sure to look for Wigwam at Target and Nordstrom stores this Fall Season!

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