Wend Magazine Now Available Online
Since BootsnAll is based in Portland, Oregon, we like to get to know other Portland-based companies – and there are some pretty cool ones. A particular favorite is Wend Magazine, an outdoors magazine full of gorgeous photography and great articles. But if you don’t live in a place where the printed magazine is distributed, or you just want to cut down on the paper you collect, you no longer have to go without Wend in your life – Wend is now available online.
To celebrate the launch of Wend going online, the magazine is offering a free online copy of the current issue. You can check out the current issue of Wend, and even download the entire thing to your computer so you can still read it when you’re not in range of a WiFi connection. The cover article for this issue is Iceland, and there are also articles about surfing in Midwest America, trekking through Afghanistan and “voluntourism” in Indonesia.
In addition to just being a cool magazine in general, this new virtual version of Wend does two great things – it will allow more people to get their hands (virtually speaking, of course) on the magazine, and it could help reduce the amount of paper that goes into printing the magazine. But perhaps the best thing about the digital Wend is that it costs less than the printed magazine. While a one-year subscription to the print version will cost you $21, a one-year subscription to the online version will cost only $12 for digital access to the same five issues. And who doesn’t like saving money?
Check out the free preview of the current issue of Wend.