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Lincoln, NH -- the heart of the White Mountains:  Burgeon Fit Session Alex Roberts Merrow ManufacturingWednesday was an exciting day as we kicked off the fitting and pattern development for our women’s line!  We are proud to introduce Alex Roberts as a fit and field test model for Burgeon Outdoor! Alex has a strong connection to the White Mountains, having called them home for the past several years.  When not doing her job as a professional photographer, you can find her hiking, back-country skiing, rock climbing, and ice climbing throughout the White Mountains.



In the coming weeks and months we will share more updates with you, as well as some photos from the products being tested in the field!  We are developing two women’s base layers, an insulation layer, a hoodie, as well as both long and short sleeve shirts for the coming spring and summer season.  We’ll have you covered for any adventure to the 4000-footers or elsewhere!

Burgeon is once again partnering with Merrow Manufacturing to design and develop these products -- so a big thank you to their design team for making this process a priority.  


Like all Burgeon products, these products will be stitched in the USA - come to our Lincoln studio to see them in process.  Made in the USA is great - but Mountain Made is even better!

Alex Roberts Fit Model Burgeon OutdoorYou can learn more about Alex by visiting her website  or by following her on Instagram.

For more information on Merrow Manufacturing, please visit their website.

Burgeon's mission is to help mountain communities flourish. Follow us on social media @burgeonoutdoor and shop our mountain made products today!



Margaret Griggs said:

Please cut your women’s XL jackets for women who like to wear a man’s large…because the men’s XL is broad across the shoulda. The problem is that men have slim hips. So if I want an Arcteryx (so) men’s ski jacket…it won’t zip at the bottom. Thanks… I’m saving my pennies for a full set of women’s gear for winter 2020-21.

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