The outdoors is a place where you can be free, explore new places and enjoy the adventure. It’s also an investment in your health and well-being. If you’re going to invest in something that will help you live healthier, happier and longer, why not invest in quality?
Higher Quality Materials
There are several reasons why high-quality gear costs more than lower quality gear. For example, if you want a sleeping bag made with goose down, which is lighter and more compressible than synthetic insulation, then you will have to pay more for it because goose down is more expensive than synthetic fill material.
Taking this one step further: if your sleeping bag has a better rating (i.e., warmer) than another brand’s similar model at the same price point–or even less money–then there must be something else going on. The answer is simple: higher quality materials cost more money!
The quality of the materials used to make a product is a major factor in determining its durability and longevity. Better-quality outdoor gear will use more durable materials, which means less chance of breaking down or deteriorating over time. For example, cheaper tents may be made with lower-grade nylon that’s not as tough as heavier denier fabrics used in higher-end models.
A well-constructed item will also have fewer parts that can break down or malfunction compared to an inferior piece that has been assembled with less care by less skilled workers using substandard materials (or even glue!). This reduces maintenance requirements while increasing safety–you won’t need to worry about replacing broken parts every year!
Durable And Long-Lasting
The durability of a product is one of the most important factors in determining its price. Higher quality materials, as well as better construction, will make your gear last longer than cheaper options. In addition to being more durable and long-lasting, quality outdoor gear is often designed to withstand harsh conditions. This means that you don’t have to worry about replacing it every few months or years–in fact, some items might even last for decades!
Quality gear is built to last, and it will give you many years of use. If you buy something that’s cheap, it will break in a year or two–and then where are your savings? With quality gear, the only thing that goes up in price over time is its resale value.
You can resell used high-quality products at a yard sale with no loss in value; in fact, they might even sell for more than when new! And if this isn’t enough incentive for you: Passing along quality outdoor equipment from one generation to another ensures that future generations have access to our natural resources too (assuming there are still any left).