I started Off The Grid in 2012 because, after 20 years in the industry, I was tired of watering down my designs for the large brands I worked for. These brands would consistently extract key features that benefited you, the end user, to have a cheaper price point at retail. In 2018, I went full-time with Off The Grid so I could design the best gear for you.
Off The Grid for us isn’t just a saying or a place, but rather a state of mind. We believe off the grid means getting away, even for an afternoon or a weekend. Decompress from the day-to-day and enjoy the outdoors. We can all use a bit more of it, especially in this day and age.