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Cairn Obsidian Fall 2020 FULL Spoilers!

If you subscribe to Cairn Obsidian now, your first box will be Fall 2020.

This fast and light collection delivers a high level of technical performance while keeping you comfortable, quick and light on your feet so you can focus on enjoying whatever outdoor mission you have in mind for the day ahead.

The Fall 2020 box includes:

  • This collection combines lightweight with high-performance to deliver functional, comfortable gear from Black Diamond, Cotopaxi, Hillsound, and Patagonia Provisions.
  • Expertly-curated
  • Limited quantities available*
  • Free shipping in the US

*Multiple collection variations exist this season and will be sent based on size availability indicated in subscriber profile upon sign up.

The Subscription Box: Cairn Obsidian

The Cost: $249.95 a quarter 

The Products: A limited, recurring quarterly delivery of 5-10 outdoor related products sent in March, June, September, and December, featuring high quality popular outdoor brands and new or up-and-coming brands, at a minimum value of $300

Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $42, and Internationally for $63

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Comments (10)

  1. Camping tripod.. $55
    Backpack… $40
    Wind jacket $80
    Which leaves the shoes. $150 ish.
    I don’t see how this is much of a deal, especially if you can find these items on sale.

  2. Sorry, how is this full spoilers? There is no list, only a couple of photos.

  3. Anyone know what brand those shoes are?

    • Looks like they’re black diamond brand from zooming in on the pic.

  4. What is the blue thing?

    • I did some digging and it looks like the blue thing could be a Black Diamond Trail Blitz backpack. I don’t see that color available on Moosejaw but it could be an older or newer color. The shape and clip on top look like they match that pack.

  5. This looks kind of cool, but that’s a big commitment for two clothing items that might not fit! If someone from MSA reviews this, I’ll be interested to see what the verdict is. One of my pandemic take-aways is that I’m not going back to wearing uncomfortable shoes. If they don’t come in a wide width, I’m not buying them anymore, regardless of how much that reduces my footwear options.

    • I’m with you on the shoes. If mine aren’t plantar fasciitis friendly, it is a no go.

      • I totally agree on shoes and I’ve added bras, as well. 🤣😱😬

    • Dawn,
      I completely agree! My husband, & kids all have LARGE, VERY wide feet. My husband is a 13EEE with a narrow heel so finding shoes, AND work boots that fit and are comfortable has been a challenge. Our kids are not as bad but finding all 4 of them styles they like & that comfy has been a challenge! We have had the best luck with KEEN, Hoka, and for my girls Vionic sandles and Dansko shoes. (Sierra Trading Post has saved my bank account when it comes to shoes and coats, hope it may help you as well?)

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