This blog features Orvis products that our associates or our customers particularly enjoy or appreciate for their quality, utility, and comfort.

Dinosaur Squeakers: Sturdy Playtime Pals for your Pooch

Written By: Sondra Wolfer


Dinosaur Squeakers
Photo by via orvis.com

This toy was purchased for my father’s new Lab puppy. The first thing she did was grab it and start shaking! Even with sharp puppy teeth, the squeakers are still squeaking and the material is still intact. My father commented that this is a well made product because it is still in one piece!” – Parker1027 from Tennessee

Imagine if overcoming a bout of boredom was beyond your control and rested almost entirely in someone else’s hands. What if you could not access the abundance of smart tips out. . .

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Dog Car Seat Cover: Dog is my co-pilot

Written By: Lynn Marie Hulsman


Backseat Protector
Photo via orvis.com

“I love the Orvis microfiber seat protectors! They are comfortable and so easy to wash. I like the style of this cover — just a nice, simple seat protector and it’s easy to see the dog in the back. Our Lab loves riding in both cars with the comfortable Orvis covers!” ­­– Bevie from Tampa Bay

I’m sure many of you have heard of the 2001 Drew Barrymore film Riding in Cars with Boys, chronicling the tale of a young single mother with aspirations of becoming a. . .

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Leather Luggage: Rugged construction to protect your belongings

Written By: Sondra Wolfer

Bullhide-and-Canvas Backpack
Photo via orvis.com

“My husband loves this Orvis Backpack. He has had a similar backpack for the past 30 years which has been with him constantly, to Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Dubai, Ecuador, Africa,Denmark, Iceland, England, France, Greece, Spain, Italy and very where in between. He has travelled far and wide for his military career and his backpack is his constant companion!” – Flashgrrr from Newport, RI

A chance encounter with a collection of leather luggage has me seriously reconsidering my traveling style. I’ve always been a “college kid on her junior year abroad” kind of traveler. A few. . .

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