Winners of Gearzy Awards on Outdoorzy.com Announced!

The people have spoken and elected their favorite outdoor gear brands in the inaugural Gearzy Awards on Outdoorzy.com—the first social networking website for outdoor enthusiasts.
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The people have spoken and elected their favorite outdoor gear brands in the Gearzy Awards on Outdoorzy.com—the first social networking website for outdoor enthusiasts. After thousands of votes, the winners are:

Gear Maker of the Year – Patagonia
Backpacks - High Sierra
Tents - Sierra Designs
Sleeping Bags - The North Face
Lights - Energizer
Mountain Bikes - Trek
Climbing Gear - Black Diamond
Clothing - Patagonia
Shoes - Merrell
Socks - Smartwool
Watches - Suunto

Gear Maker of the Year Patagonia won over REI, Merrell and Smartwool for bragging rights and a month of free advertising on Outdoorzy.com.

Voting for the Gearzy Awards started in November, and was open to anyone. Every voter who cast a ballot had a chance to win prizes from Merrell, Coghlan's, Bridgedale, Oboz Footwear, Timex and more. Outdoorzy.com's panel of gear testing bloggers chose the slate of nominees—four in each category.

“Our first-ever Gearzy Awards was a great success,” said Jason Heflin of Outdoorzy.com. “Thanks to all the nominees who make such fine gear and to everyone who took a moment to show who they believed were the best.”

About Outdoorzy.com
Outdoorzy.com was launched in January 2007, and is the first online community where outdoor enthusiasts of the world can share their common passions and pool information on their adventures, trip reports, photographs, gear lists and more. The brainchild of three ‘outdoorsy' friends, Outdoorzy.com combined the founders' love for an active, outside lifestyle with the free and powerful exchange of information that the web offers everyone.

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